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Live auction - 4420532 - 500 Francs NEW CALEDONIA 1872 Kol.85

500 Francs  NEW CALEDONIA  1872 Kol.85 XF
500 Francs  NEW CALEDONIA  1872 Kol.85 XF500 Francs  NEW CALEDONIA  1872 Kol.85 XF
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Estimate : 250 €
Price : no bid
Maximum bid : no bid
End of the sale : 17 November 2020 20:26:58
Face Value : 500 Francs
Date: 18 octobre 1872
Period/Provinces/Banks Traite
Catalogue reference : Kol.85
Alphabet - series : N°141972


Au verso, "Payez à l'ordre de M.J.John en valeur numéraire le 05 mars 1873. 1 exemplaire référencé sur le site de Kajacques.fr pour cette valeur et date.

Historical background


New Caledonia was attached to the French Establishments in Oceania before becoming self-governing colony in 1860. Overseas Territory in 1946, she chose to keep this status in 1958 and 1972. The New Caledonia was discovered by Captain Cook in 1774. The French recognized the island during the Revolution. After the massacre of French sailors by the natives in 1853, France militarily seized the island and founded Noumea in 1854 under the name of Port-de-France. Until 1860, the New Caledonia depended Territories Oceania. French territory farther from the metropolis, the New Caledonia was an important penal colony between 1864 and 1896, especially for the Communards, such Louise Michel. She has significant mineral wealth, including nickel which served to make our coins half-franc piece of 5 francs.

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