2 Francs 1941 Morlon - Treasure for Collectors and History Buffs
The 2 Francs coin 1941 Morlon is a real treasure for collectors and history buffs. This rare coin was minted in France during the Second World War, which gives it historical value and special appeal. It is the work of the famous French engraver Pierre-Alexandre Morlon, known for his artistic talent and attention to detail.
This coin is composed of bronze-aluminum and bears on the obverse the profile of the French Republic, symbolized by a woman wearing a Phrygian cap, surrounded by the inscription "République Française". The reverse features the number "2" surrounded by two laurel branches, as well as the year "1941" at the bottom.
Each piece will be carefully packed and protected to ensure its preservation during delivery.
Country of origin: France
Year of minting: 1941
Face value: 2 Francs
Cupro-aluminum composition (Copper 910‰ and Aluminum 90‰)
Engraver : Pierre-Alexandre Morlon
Condition: Good condition with signs of normal wear and tear
Dimensions: Diameter of 27 mm
Weight: 6.5 g
Do not miss this opportunity to acquire a rare and historic coin. Add the 2 Francs 1941 Morlon coin to your collection now or give it as a gift to a numismatic enthusiast.