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E-auction 520-434984 - bry_778599 - REVOLUTION COINAGE / CONFIANCE (MONNAIES DE…) Six blancs de Montagny 1791

REVOLUTION COINAGE / CONFIANCE (MONNAIES DE…) Six blancs de Montagny 1791  VF
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Estimate : 40 €
Price : 16 €
Maximum bid : 18 €
End of the sale : 03 April 2023 15:58:20
bidders : 7 bidders
Type : Six blancs de Montagny
Date: 1791 
Metal : copper
Diameter : 25,5 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 4,51 g.
Edge : Lisse
Coments on the condition:
Frappe légèrement décentrée. Présence de faiblesses de frappe et de quelques coups. Patine hétérogène
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : PAYABLE EN ECHANGE D'ASSIGNATS / L'AN 3ME DE LA LIBERTE.
Obverse description : Buste casqué, drapé et cuirassé à gauche.

Reverse


Reverse legend : CAISSE DE BONNE FOY ETABLIE A PARIS / 1791 / 2 S - 6 D / B.P. SIX - BLANCS.
Reverse description : Deux mains jointes tenant deux piques sommées d'un bonnet phrygien ; le tout dans une couronne composite traversée par un philactère portant l’inscription DROITS DE - L’HOMME. ART.

Historical background


REVOLUTION COINAGE / CONFIANCE (MONNAIES DE…)

(1791-1793)

The Monneron Brothers made in England by Matthew Boulton, thanks to Watt's steam engine, coins of 2 and 5 sols in large quantities in the workshop of Soho in Birmingham, from the end of the year 1791. These emergency coins should have made up for the monetary shortage that reigned in France and their technical and aesthetic quality was far superior to the mediocre contemporary official productions in base metals. In March 1792, the Monnerons went bankrupt and Pierre fled. His brother Augustin took over the business, but a law of May 3, 1792 prohibited the manufacture of private coins. In September, a decree prohibits the marketing of trust coins. These coins of necessity circulated in fact until the end of 1793.

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