Silver 30.5 mm - 9.40 g. The rosette after the 1642 date is dispute stone ferté committed thomas Mosnier master from 1640 to 1642. The letter is designating this rare workshop is in line with the caption reading: it seems reversed when the seen in the ECU on the back side, where it is placed. The Bourges shop has very few hit currencies in louis xiii, only at the end of this reign and derisory amount. Only 200 copies were struck in 1640, no-apparently in 1641, about 8,000 copies in 1642, and very little in 1643.This production was strongly suspected to time. Workshop had no activity for a long time when the master thomas Mosnier and committed ferté the stone reopened at the end of the reign of louis xiii. This reopening was soon controversial because thomas Mosnier was immediately charged and convicted of forgery, embezzlement and abuse, and to have produced coins of weight natured and too low during the years 1640 to 1643. However, with its support for the court, thomas Mosnier managed to get away after some detention time, and resume his dubious fabrications during the reign of the young louis xIV. I am selling a part of my collection: remember to see my other items! The item \Louis XVI\The seller is \This item can be shipped to the following countries: France.