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fwo_797359 - ITALY - PRINCIPALTY OF LUCCA AND PIOMBINO - FELIX BACCIOCHI AND ELISA BONAPARTE 1 Franco 1806 Florence

ITALY - PRINCIPALTY OF LUCCA AND PIOMBINO - FELIX BACCIOCHI AND ELISA BONAPARTE 1 Franco  1806 Florence XF
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Type : 1 Franco
Date: 1806
Mint name / Town : Florence
Quantity minted : 60625
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 22 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 4,89 g.
Edge : feuilletée cannelures à gauche
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
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Obverse


Obverse legend : FELICE ED ELISA PP. DI LUCCA E PIOMBINO..
Obverse description : Bustes accolés d'Elisa diadémée et drapée et de Félix tête nue à droite.
Obverse translation : (Félix et Elisa princes de Lucques et Piombino).

Reverse


Reverse legend : PRINCIPATO DI LUCCA E PIOMBINO. // 1 / FRANCO / 1806.
Reverse description : Au centre dans une couronne formée de deux branches d'olivier.
Reverse translation : (Principauté de Lucques et Piombino).

Historical background


ITALY - PRINCIPALTY OF LUCCA AND PIOMBINO - FELIX BACCIOCHI AND ELISA BONAPARTE

(1805-1814)

Félix Bacciochi (18/05/1762-28/04/1841) is a Corsican compatriot of Napoleon. He married Élisa Bonaparte on May 1, 1797 (3/01/1777-7/08/1820). Élisa, Napoleon's favorite sister, was the first to have a principality on June 26, 1805. First Princess of Piombino, she then received the Principality of Lucca. In 1809, the management of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany was added. Residing in Florence, Élisa fulfills her mission and carefully manages the territories entrusted to her by her brother. In 1814, she had to flee, taking refuge in Bologna, then in Brünn during the Hundred Days. She retired to Trieste and died there in 1820.

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