1802 AN XI France Gold 40 Francs Napoleon Avg Circ
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The bare head of Napoleon as Consul appears on the obverse of this scarce issue of the Paris Mint. This is rarely encountered type from the era of Napoleon Bonaparte when he served as First Consul from 1799-1804.
- Contains .3734 oz actual Gold weight.
- Coins are in Average Circulated condition, but may have light scratches or rim dings.
- Each coin will be in protective packaging.
- Obverse: A left facing bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul of France from 1799-1804, appears on this short-lived design.
- Reverse: Enwreathed value and date.
- Struck at the Paris Mint in 1802.
- Tough coin with only 226,000 minted.
Protect and display your coin in style by adding a nice presentation box recommended for this coin.
Containing 0.3734 of an ounce of Gold and featuring a historic design, these early 19th century French 40 Francs were struck in limited quantities and are very popular with world Gold coin collectors. Add one of these elusive 19th century French Gold 40 Franc coins to your cart today!
France experienced a revolutionary calendar during this era, whereby the dates were figured from 1792. So the year struck on this coin (AN XI) would correspond to 1802. Listed in Krause as KM#652.
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