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Random Date Italy, Tuscany Ferdinand III Silver 1 Francescone in a Presentation Display Box

Random Date Italy, Tuscany Ferdinand III Silver 1 Francescone Presentation Display Box
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Why choose this 1793-1799 Italy Francescone in a capsule and presentation box?

The history of Italy is long and detailed, partially due to the city-state form of government that prevailed for so long. This Francescone was issued by Tuscany sometime between 1793 and 1799. During this period, Tuscany was ruled by Ferdinand III who held the title of Grand Duke of Tuscany. While these coins can be found with relative ease in the lowest grades, those that are higher in the circulated range can be challenging to acquire. This coin is made of .917 fine silver and weighs 27.5 g.

Classic Italian portrait and shield

On the obverse, Ferdinand III Grand Duke of Tuscany is depicted. In this portrait he is facing the right. The edge of the design is filled with the inscriptions stating his name and abbreviations.

The design on the reverse shows a crowned shield. It is divided into a number of sections and each one features a different image. The crown on top of the shield is quite detailed as well.

In capsule and presentation box

This coin is protected by a capsule. It also comes with a presentation box, so it's ready to be placed among the most interesting coins of your collection.

Order this 1793-1799 Italy Tuscany Ferdinand III Francescone in a capsule and presentation box today!


Year of Issue:Random Date
Mint:Italian Mint
Grading Service:Uncertified
Finish:Mint State
Packaging:Presentation Display Box
Composition:Silver
Purity:0.917
Weight in Grams:25.2175 g
Weight in Ounces:0.8108 oz
Diameter:41 mm
Edge Type:Plain
Country:Italy, Tuscany
Legal Tender:Italy
Currency:Francescone
Denomination:1
Obverse Design:Ferdinand III Portrait
Reverse Design:Spiked crowned shield