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fmd_064657 - 1/2 franc Semeuse 1973 Pessac F.198/12

1/2 franc Semeuse 1973 Pessac F.198/12 MS68
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Type : 1/2 franc Semeuse
Date: 1973
Mint name / Town : Pessac
Quantity minted : 48451000
Metal : nickel
Diameter : 19,5 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Edge : striée
Coments on the condition:
Exemplaire Fleur de Coin
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : REPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE.
Obverse description : La République à gauche, sous les traits d'une semeuse drapée et coiffée d'un bonnet phrygien, aux cheveux longs, marchant et semant à contre-vent ; en arrière-plan, derrière la semeuse à droite, un soleil levant ; au-dessous, en creux O. ROTY.

Reverse


Reverse legend : LIBERTE. EGALITE. FRATERNITE..
Reverse description : 1/2 / FRANC encadré des différents, en deux lignes au-dessus d'une branche d'olivier ; au-dessous, 1973.

Commentary


Exemplaire découpé d’une série FDC et encore conservé sous plastique.

Historical background


FIFTH REPUBLIC

(Since 01.08.1959)

The Fifth Republic, whose constitution was approved by referendum 28 September 1958 by more than 79% of French, officially begins with the installation of General de Gaulle as president January 8, 1959. The constitution is amended October 28, 1962 referendum where a majority of 62% of the vote approves the election of the President of the Republic by direct universal suffrage. Different presidents of the Fifth Republic are Charles de Gaulle (08/01/1959 - 04/27/1969, Withdrawal and Alain Poher becomes Acting President), Georges Pompidou (15/06/1969 - 04/02/1974, died Alain Poher becomes acting president), Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (19/05/1974 - 21/05/1981), François Mitterrand (05/21/1981 - 07/05/1995), Jacques Chirac (7/05 / 1995 - 16/05/2007), Nicolas Sarkozy (16/05/2007 - 15/05/2012), François Hollande (15/05/2012 - 14/05/2017) and Emmanuel Macron (14/05/2017 - ).

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