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Live auction - fwo_429946 - BELGIUM - KINGDOM OF BELGIUM - LEOPOLD I 5 Francs tête laurée 1832 Bruxelles

BELGIUM - KINGDOM OF BELGIUM - LEOPOLD I 5 Francs tête laurée 1832 Bruxelles VF
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Estimate : 540 €
Price : 275 €
Maximum bid : 280 €
End of the sale : 12 December 2017 18:03:46
bidders : 3 bidders
Type : 5 Francs tête laurée
Date: 1832
Mint name / Town : Bruxelles
Quantity minted : 37000
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 37 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 24,72 g.
Edge : en creux
Rarity : R2
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : LEOPOLD PREMIER ROI DES BELGES.
Obverse description : tête à gauche laurée de Léopold Ier.

Reverse


Reverse description : valeur faciale “5 Francs” et date au centre d’une couronne de feuilles de chêne.

Commentary


Variété tranche B.

Historical background


BELGIUM - THE KINGDOM OF BELGIUM - LEOPOLD I

(4/06/1831-10/12/1865)

Leopold (16/12/1790-10/12/1865) is the son of Francis of Saxe-Coburg and Victoria's uncle Napoleon I. He fought in the Russian army. Naturalized British in 1816, he married Charlotte of Hanover and finds himself widowed the following year. Leopold has just refused the crown of Greece when he was elected King of the Belgians 4 June 1831. The following year, he married Louise d'Orléans (1812-1850), daughter of Louis-Philippe. She gives him three children, Charlotte and Leopold II, the unhappy wife of Maximilian of Austria, who was shot in Mexico. He is married to actress Caroline morganatically Bauer he must separate to marry the daughter of the French king. The London Conference of July 1831 rule territorial issues and the Treaty of eighteen articles is accepted by Congress July 9, 1831. Leopold was welcomed triumphantly July 21, 1831. He must fight against the Dutch army and received the nickname "shield of Belgium", safeguarding the independence of the "flat country" in the face of William I of Prussia and France of Napoleon III. It is politically based on England.

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