1422-61 France 1RD'OR NGC AU58 Orleans

$5,745.60 USD

France Gold R'D'OR, Orleans, King Charles VII, 3.71g

The coin is a 1 Royal d'Or (RD'OR) from France, minted between 1422 and 1461. This period covers the reign of Charles VII, also known as Charles the Victorious or Charles the Well-Served.

The observe includes a depiction of the king, in this case, Charles VII. The king is shown in a standing pose, adorned in royal regalia, holding symbols of monarchy such as a scepter and an orb.

The reverse includes a cross, a common symbol in medieval coinage representing Christianity. Surrounding the cross, are fleurs-de-lis, which are a symbol of the French monarchy.