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Medieval French Silver Alloy Liard 1560-1580

 

- We offer various coins that may differ in size, corrosion, and cleanliness. The coin you receive will be chosen randomly but will be similar to the one photographed with the same information displayed. Please note that you will not receive the exact coin photographed.

 

The Medieval French Silver Alloy Liard was a coin that was in circulation in France during the 16th century, specifically between the years 1560 to 1580. This coin was made of a silver alloy, which made it durable and resistant to wear and tear. It had a distinctive design, with a crowned shield on one side and a cross on the other, surrounded by inscriptions and other decorative elements.

 

During the reigns of Francis II, Charles IX, and Henry III, the Medieval French Silver Alloy Liard was a popular coin for small transactions, such as buying goods at the market or paying for services. It was also used in international trade and commerce, as it was recognized as a reliable currency throughout Europe.

 

The production of the Medieval French Silver Alloy Liard was a significant event in the history of French coinage, as it marked a transition from the use of medieval-style coins to the more modern coins that we see today. As such, it is an important artifact for historians and numismatists alike, as it provides valuable insights into the economic and social conditions of France during the 16th century.

Medieval French Silver Alloy Liard 1560-1580

SKU: RR-MFSAC15
$15.00Price

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