1380-1422 France ECU'OR Charles VI NGC MS 63

$7,346.00 USD

The ECU d'Or was a prominent gold coin in France, and during Charles VI's reign, it was an important part of the economy. Charles VI, known as "Charles the Mad," had a turbulent reign marked by political strife and the Hundred Years' War. The ECU d'Or from his era reflects the wealth and power struggles of the time.

The obverse of the coin features the crowned arms of France. For coins from Charles VI's period, include the royal coat of arms with its iconic fleur-de-lis, symbolizing the French monarchy.

The reverse is adorned with a floriated cross within a quadrilobe, a design that resonates with the Gothic art prevalent during the late Middle Ages in France.