5 cents Lindauer 1922 Grand Module F.121/1 - Rare, 3rd Republic
This rare Lindauer 5 cent coin from 1922, a copy of the large module F.121/1 of the 3rd Republic. This historical piece embodies the craftsmanship and history of this fascinating era. Its unique design and rarity make it a treasure for passionate collectors.
Type: 5 Lindauer cents, large module
Name of workshop/city: Paris
Diameter: 19 mm
Weight: 3 g.
Obverse: on either side of a central hole bordered by a trace of listel, under a Phrygian cap on the left decorated with a tricolor cockade (guilloché center, smooth circle, guilloche circle), all in an open crown composed of an oak branch in two branches; below EM. LINDAUER; The outer listel is lined with a continuous and dextrorotatory ribbon in the shape of an ear of wheat.
Reverse: FREEDOM . EQUALITY / FRATERNITY // 5 CMES (EMPHASIS ADDED). Above and on either side of a central hole bordered by a trace of listel surrounded by an olive branch in two branches whose base cuts the vintage placed at six o'clock; The outer listel is lined with a continuous and dextrorotatory ribbon in the shape of an ear of wheat.
Purchase this historic piece to enrich your collection or to offer an unforgettable gift to a monetary history lover.