50 Francs 1952 Guiraud - Faulty parts 4 feathers - 4th Republic (1947-1959)
This rare coin bears witness to the monetary history of France and is a symbol of value and prestige.
The 1952 Guiraud 4 Feathers 50 Francs coin is made of silver and features on its obverse a portrait of Marianne, an allegorical figure of the French Republic. Above the portrait, we can see the motto "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity".
The reverse of the coin displays the face value "50 Francs" as well as the date "1952" and a laurel wreath surrounding an "RF" (French Republic). This authentic coin is a tangible witness to the history and monetary heritage of the France.
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 the France.
Year of minting : 1952
Face value: 50 Francs
Cupro-aluminum composition (Copper 910‰ and Aluminum 90‰)
Engraver : Pierre-Alexandre Morlon (obverse) / Raymond Joly (reverse)
Condition : Good condition with signs of normal wear and tear
Dimensions : Diameter of 41 mm
Weight : 30 g
Do not miss this opportunity to acquire a rare and historic coin of the French Republic. Add the 50 Francs 1952 Guiraud 4 Plumes coin to your collection now or give it as a gift to a numismatic enthusiast.