1335-93 France F'Pied Raymond III/IV NGC MS64

$5,745.60 USD

The F'Pied, also known as the Florin, was minted during the rule of Raymond III/IV between 1335 and 1393. This period was marked by the establishment of the Principality of Orange as a significant feudal domain within France. The coinage from this era would have played a role in the regional economy and politics.

The obverse of the F'Pied features a standing figure of the king in armor, holding a scepter in one hand and a globus cruciger (orb surmounted by a cross) in the other.

The reverse side features a cross pattée with fleurs-de-lis at the ends of the arms, reinforcing the Christian faith and royal authority.