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fmd_459387 - 5 francs Cérès, sans légende 1870 Bordeaux F.332/3

5 francs Cérès, sans légende 1870 Bordeaux F.332/3 VF35
160.00 €(Approx. 174.40$ | 134.40£)
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Type : 5 francs Cérès, sans légende
Date: 1870
Mint name / Town : Bordeaux
Quantity minted : ---
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 37 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 25 g.
Edge : en relief : *****DIEU*PROTEGE*LA*FRANCE
Coments on the condition:
Monnaie nettoyée
Predigree :
Cet exemplaire provient de la Collection E.T.

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 : 5 / FRANCS.
Reverse description : en deux lignes dans le champ, au-dessus de 1870, dans une couronne nouée par un ruban à sa base, formée à gauche d'une branche de laurier, à droite d'une branche d'olivier ; sous le nœud, la lettre d'atelier K encadrée des différents.

Commentary


Variante avec la lettre M dans l’étoile orientée à 4 heures.

Historical background


GOUVERNEMENT DE LA DÉFENSE NATIONALE

(4/09/1870-13/02/1871)

The Republic was proclaimed on September 4, 1870 with the forfeiture of Napoleon III and his dynasty. A National Defense government is set up, chaired by General Trochu, Governor of Paris and made up of moderate Republicans. The war continues and intensifies while the government takes refuge in Paris besieged by the Prussians. A delegation withdrew to Tours. Gambetta joined it in a balloon on October 2, 1870. But this resistance remained in vain and extended the misery, notably provoking popular movements in Paris in October. In January 1871, the National Defense government had to accept Bismarck's conditions. Paris capitulates, a National Assembly is elected to ratify the peace treaty, the armistice is signed. Elections were held on February 8 and brought to power a majority of conservative notables who met for the first time in Bordeaux on February 13, 1871. The government of National Defense then gave him his powers..

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