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Immerse yourself in the history and elegance of French numismatics with the distinguished France 1 Franc 1961 Coin from the French Fifth Republic, designed by the renowned artist Oscar Roty. Now available at Cool Coins & Notes.

Crafted during the era of the Fifth Republic (1958-date), this standard circulation coin represents a pivotal period in French history. With a mintage of 32,769,825, each coin carries with it the legacy of France's economic stability and cultural heritage.

Measuring 24 millimeters in diameter and 1.79 millimeters in thickness, this round coin is meticulously crafted from nickel, weighing 6 grams. Its classic design and meticulously milled edges showcase the fine craftsmanship synonymous with French numismatics.

The obverse of the coin features a striking portrait of Marianne, the national symbol of the French Republic, designed by Oscar Roty. The reverse side bears the denomination of 1 Franc, along with other symbolic imagery, adding to the coin's historical significance and visual appeal.

Although demonetized on 17 February 2002, this coin remains a cherished piece of French numismatic history, sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike.

Don't miss your chance to own a piece of French heritage. Purchase the France 1 Franc 1961 Coin from the French Fifth Republic today at Cool Coins & Notes and add a touch of elegance and authenticity to your collection.

France 1 Franc 1961 Coin French Fifth Republic Oscar Roty Nickel 24mm KM# 925.1

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