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fmd_473310 - 2 francs Cérès, IIe République 1851 Paris F.261/7

2 francs Cérès, IIe République 1851 Paris F.261/7 AU55
480.00 €(Approx. 556.80$ | 427.20£)
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Type : 2 francs Cérès, IIe République
Date: 1851
Mint name / Town : Paris
Quantity minted : 350549
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 27 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 10,00 g.
Edge : cannelée
Rarity : R1
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : REPUBLIQUE * FRANÇAISE..
Obverse description : Tête de la République à gauche en Cérès, déesse des moissons, portant un collier de perles, un double chignon et une couronne composite de blé, fleurs, olivier et olives, chêne et glands, nouée par un ruban descendant sur le cou et passant sur le front où est inscrit le mot CONCOR ; sous la tranche du cou le long du listel E. A. OUDINÉ. F..

Reverse


Reverse legend : (DIFFÉRENT) (BRANCHE DE CHÊNE) LIBERTE . EGALITE . FRATERNITE. (DIFFÉRENT).
Reverse description : 2 / FRANCS, en deux lignes dans le champ, au-dessus de 1851, dans une couronne composite de deux branches de chêne et de deux de laurier, nouées deux par deux en bas par un ruban ; sous le nœud, la lettre d'atelier A.

Historical background


SECOND REPUBLIC

(24/02/1848-2/12/1852)

During the revolution of February 1848, Louis-Philippe abdicated in favor of his grandson, son, but it is not recognized by the Chambers, February 24, the Republic was proclaimed by a decree of the Provisional Government. It proclaimed the freedom of labor, the abolition of the death penalty in politics, universal suffrage. National workshops were created in March 1848. Elections were held in April and lead to the success of moderate Republicans. The closing of the national workshops causes riots are quelled by General Cavaignac who is appointed Chairman of the Board. The rebels were executed, imprisoned, deported. The legislative power is vested in a single meeting as President of the Republic, elected by universal suffrage, holds executive. The latter is the Prince Louis Napoleon. It conflicts with the meeting in 1850 for his re-election is unconstitutional. Louis Napoleon then engages in the preparation of the coup, which enables him Dec. 2, 1851, to install a dictatorship. In November 1852, it is proposed to restore the hereditary imperial dignity. The plebiscite of November 21-22 gives nearly eight million yes for the Empire while not only collected about 250. 000 votes. December 2, 1852, Louis Napoleon was proclaimed emperor under the name of Napoleon III.

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