1719 A French Colonies Sol MS-64 PCGS (Gad-276)

1719 A French Colonies Sol MS-64 PCGS (Gad-276)

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A scarce coin that was used in Colonial America and Canada. These coins were struck in France by John Law for circulation in the colonies. This coin was struck to alleviate the currency shortage rampant through the American colonies.

Coin Highlights:
  • Used in the early French Colonies in America.
  • This coin is graded MS-64 (Brown) by PCGS.
  • GAD-276.
  • Struck at the Paris Mint.
  • Predominantly circulated in Canada.
  • Scarce coins that circulated in Colonial America.

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