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E-auction 144-83399 - REVOLUTION COINAGE / CONFIANCE (MONNAIES DE…) Essai pour le type conventionnel, module de 27 mm 1792 Paris

REVOLUTION COINAGE / CONFIANCE (MONNAIES DE…) Essai pour le type conventionnel, module de 27 mm 1792 Paris XF
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Estimate : 150 €
Price : 73 €
Maximum bid : 75 €
End of the sale : 18 January 2016 15:52:30
bidders : 10 bidders
Type : Essai pour le type conventionnel, module de 27 mm
Date: 1792
Mint name / Town : Paris
Metal : bell metal
Diameter : 26,5 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 11,95 g.
Edge : lisse
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
Essai frappé sur un flan régulier mais fente et coup sur la tranche à 11 heures au droit
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : *REGNE DE LA LOI. * /, À L’EXERGUE : REPUBLIQUE / FRANCAISE..
Obverse description : Génie de la Liberté gravant la CONSTI/TUTION posée sur un cippe, signé Dupré, accosté d'un bonnet phrygien et d'un niveau.

Reverse


Reverse legend : PIÈCE / D’ESSAI. / - / 1792..
Reverse description : en quatre lignes, dans une couronne de chêne.

Historical background


TRUST (COINS ...)

(1791-1793)

Brothers make Monneron made in England by Matthew Boulton, thanks to the Watt steam engine, parts 2 and 5 floors in large quantities in the Soho shop in Birmingham, from the end of 1791. These currencies need should have the monetary supply shortage that prevailed in France and their technical and aesthetic quality was much higher than the official mediocre contemporary productions in base metals. In March 1792, the Monneron Pierre went bankrupt and fled. His brother Augustin took over the business, but a law of 3 May 1792 prohibits the manufacture of private currencies. In September, a decree prohibits the marketing of spare confidence. These coins circulated in fact necessary until the end of 1793.

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