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Coin, France, Louis XIV, Essai du Liard aux quatre lis, 1657, EF(40-45), Copper
Coin, France, Louis XIV, Essai du Liard aux quatre lis, 1657, EF(40-45), Copper Coin, France, Louis XIV, Essai du Liard aux quatre lis, 1657, EF(40-45), Copper


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Coin, France, Louis XIV, Essai du Liard aux quatre lis, 1657, EF(40-45), Copper

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Coin condition : EF(40-45)
Composition : Copper
Country : France
Denomination : Liard
Mint name : Not Applicable
Product type : Coin
Year : 1657

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Item Characteristics
  • Diameter : 20

  • Ruler Name : Louis XIV

Catalogue Reference
  • C2G : 250
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    Coin, France, Louis XIV, Essai du Liard aux quatre lis, 1657, EF(40-45), Copper, C2G:250

    Cet essai du liard tel qu'il est nommé dans l'ouvrage de H. Hoffmann, puis repris plus tard par Jean Ciani en 1926 sous la même appellation, est plus à considérer aujourd'hui comme un jeton frappé à Vimy. En effet, ce type est très particulier puisqu'il présente au droit le millésime 1656 et au revers le millésime 1657. L'avers présente celui du liard au double grénetis frappé à Vimy. Quant au revers il ne se retrouve nulle part sur les monnaies quel qu'en soit l'atelier, mais correspond exactement au même carré de revers d'un jeton de 1657 attribué par Feuardent à Jean Ferron, maître des monnaies qui portait « d’azur au griffon d’or ». Il existe un lien certain entre les jetons frappés à Vimy et la fabrication des liards de ce même atelier. Aucune archive ne parle d'une fabrication autre que le liard de France, pourtant force est de constater que Vimy a bel et bien frappé de nombreux jetons. Une utilisation fantaisiste de divers carrés armoriés a donné lieu à bon nombre de jetons différents par l'avers et similaires par le revers ou inversement. De toute évidence, notre "essai" ou plutôt notre jeton en fait partie. Quel était le but réel de ces frappes ? Nul ne le sait. Mais il semble à priori que des ateliers temporaires tels que Vimy, en fonction pour la fabrication de liards, ont émis de nombreux jetons dans un but soit fantaisiste, soit pour jouer, soit pour compter voire encore des jetons de présence ou des pièces d'hommage.

    C2G : 250
    • Country : France
    • Denomination : Liard
    • Year : 1657
    • Composition : Copper
    • Mint name : Not Applicable
    • Coin condition : EF(40-45)
    • Product type : Coin

    4.1 gr

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