10 Francs 1987 - Commemoration 1000th anniversary Coronation Hugues Capet
The 10 Francs 1987 Hugues Capet are numismatic collector's items that celebrate the important historical figure of Hugues Capet, the founder of the Capetian dynasty and the first king of France. Minted in 1987, these coins commemorate his reign and his impact on the history of France. The obverse of the coin features a portrait of Hugh Capet, while the reverse displays a motif depicting Reims Cathedral, the place of his coronation as king. Made of cupronickel alloy, these pieces have a diameter of 24 millimeters and are highly appreciated by collectors and history buffs.
The 10 Francs 1987 Hugues Capet sports a commemorative design featuring the portrait of Hugues Capet, the founder of the Capetian dynasty. The reverse motif depicts Reims Cathedral, an important symbol of his coronation as King of France.
The coins were struck accurately, highlighting the details of Hugh Capet's portrait and the motif of Reims Cathedral.
The 10 Francs 1987 Hugues Capet represent a numismatic value, as well as a tribute to the historical importance of Hugues Capet in the foundation of French royalty. They are ideal for collectors and history buffs who want to celebrate this illustrious character.
Diameter: 24 mm
Cupro-aluminum-nickel composition (Copper 920‰, nickel 60‰ and aluminium 20‰)
Add it to your collection today and appreciate its history and rarity.