10 centimes 1856 - Bareheaded Napoleon III Emperor (1852-1870) Rare Collection
This rare coin bears witness to the monetary history of France during the reign of Napoleon III and is a true symbol of the time.
The 10 centimes coin 1856 bears on its obverse a portrait of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, without crown or hat, hence the name "Tête Nue". The reverse of the coin features the face value "10 Centimes" surrounded by a laurel wreath.
This authentic coin is a concrete testimony of the history and monetary heritage of the France at the time of Napoleon III.
We take all necessary precautions to carefully pack and protect each piece to ensure its preservation upon delivery.
This collector's item is a valuable investment and a significant addition to the collection of numismatic enthusiasts. It can also be offered as a unique and symbolic gift to celebrate the history and heritage of France during the reign of Napoleon III.
Year minted : 1856
Face value : 10 Cents
Period : Reign of Napoleon III (1852-1870)
Bronze Composition (Copper 950‰, Tin 40‰ and Zinc 10‰)
Condition : Good condition with signs of normal wear and tear
Dimensions : Diameter of 28 mm
Weight : 10 g
Do not miss this opportunity to acquire a rare and historical coin from the time of Napoleon III. Add the 1856 10 Centimes - Bareheaded Napoleon III Emperor coin to your collection now or give it as a gift to a numismatic enthusiast.