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fmd_481349 - 5 francs Charles X, 1er type 1825 Paris F.310/2

5 francs Charles X, 1er type 1825 Paris F.310/2 AU52
220.00 €(Approx. 237.60$ | 184.80£)
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Type : 5 francs Charles X, 1er type
Date: 1825
Mint name / Town : Paris
Quantity minted : 2490303
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 37 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 24,91 g.
Edge : en creux : (lis) DOMINE SALVUM FAC REGEM
Coments on the condition:
De jolis restes du brillant d’origine au revers ; traces de nettoyage au droit. Faiblesse de frappe au niveau de la couronne
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : CHARLES X ROI DE FRANCE..
Obverse description : Tête nue de Charles X à gauche ; au-dessous MICHAUT. / T (cursif) le long de la ligne du cou.

Reverse


Reverse legend : 5 F.
Reverse description : En accostement d'un écu de France sommé d'une couronne royale, contenu dans une couronne ouverte composée de deux branches de laurier nouées à leur base par un ruban ; au-dessous 1825 encadré du différent et de la lettre d'atelier A.

Commentary


Tranche A.

Historical background


CHARLES X

(16/09/1824-2/08/1830)

Charles X, grand-son of Louis XV and Louis XVI's younger brother, is known as the Comte d'Artois. He succeeds Louis XVIII September 16, 1824. His reign starts with liberal measures without result. Charles X was the last king crowned in Reims, May 29, 1825. It allows the government to Villèle taking reactionary measures such as compensation law emigrants billion gold francs or dismissal of the National Guard. Despite the dissolution of the House in 1821, the Liberal opposition is strengthened and, in January 1828, is replaced by Villèle Martignac attempting appeasement. Quickly returned in August 1829 Martignac is replaced by a representative of the ultras, Polignac. The king dissolved the House May 16, 1830 but the new chamber elected in July is again Liberal majority. Charles X then promulgated four orders aimed at limiting the powers and freedoms of the House and tend to suspend the charter of 1814. This causes the revolution of the 27/29 July, more known as the "Three Glorious Days". On August 2, 1830, Charles X abdicated in favor of his grandson, son Henry V, named after Louis-Philippe lieutenant general of the kingdom.

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