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fwo_708118 - ITALY - SUBALPINE GAUL 5 Francs an 10 1802 Turin

ITALY - SUBALPINE GAUL 5 Francs an 10 1802 Turin VF
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Price : 100.00 €
Type : 5 Francs an 10
Date: An 10 (1801-1802)
Mint name / Town : Turin
Quantity minted : 141194
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 37 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 24,48 g.
Edge : laurée
Rarity : R1
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Obverse


Obverse legend : GAULE - SUBALPINE.
Obverse description : La Gaule Subalpine et la France debout de face, tenant une palme et une couronne, une pique surmontée d'un bonnet phrygien et un niveau ; signé LAVY.

Reverse


Reverse legend : LIBERTÉ EGALITÉ / *ERIDANIA*/ 5./ FRANCS/ - / L'AN 10..
Reverse description : dans une couronne formée d'une palme et d'une branche d'olivier.

Historical background


ITALY - SUBALPINE GAUL

(06/16/1800-09/11/1802)

The second Italian campaign was one of General Bonaparte's most brilliant. He crossed the Alps between May 16 and 20, 1800, on June 2, he seized Milan, defeated the Austrians at Montebello on June 9 and at Marengo on June 14 where Desaix was killed. On June 16, the armistice of Alexandria in Piedmont put an end to the campaign and the Austrians withdrew beyond the Po. Following this armistice, a new republic was proclaimed: the Subalpine Republic, or Subalpine Gaul, with Turin as its capital. The annexation of Piedmont to France, on September 11, 1802, put an end to this ephemeral republic.

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