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1878-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 MS63 PCGS #158182

1878-A 100 France PCGS MS63 Angel Gold PCGS POPULATION REPORT SHOWS ONLY 11 TOTAL COINS GRADED. 8 HAVE GRADE AU58 OR LOWER, ONLY TWO MS63 & ONE MS64. RARE COIN, HARD TO FIND GRADED BY PCGS, ONLY 1 OF 2 GRADED MS63 BY PCGS. BEAUTIFUL 132 YEAR OLD COIN IN EXCELLENT WELL PRESERVED CONDITION

1878-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 MS63 PCGS #158182

1878-A 100 France PCGS MS63 Angel Gold PCGS POPULATION REPORT SHOWS ONLY 11 TOTAL COINS GRADED. 8 HAVE GRADE AU58 OR LOWER, ONLY TWO MS63 & ONE MS64. RARE COIN, HARD TO FIND GRADED BY PCGS, ONLY 1 OF 2 GRADED MS63 BY PCGS. BEAUTIFUL 132 YEAR OLD COIN IN EXCELLENT WELL PRESERVED CONDITION

1881-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 N1 PCGS #158185

1881-A France Angel gold 1 oz 100Fr Pcgs genuine certify

1881-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 N1 PCGS #158185

1881-A France Angel gold 1 oz 100Fr Pcgs genuine certify

1886-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 AU58 PCGS #158188

France 1886-A PCGSAU58 $100 France, Early angel gold rare collect

1886-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 AU58 PCGS #158188

France 1886-A PCGSAU58 $100 France, Early angel gold rare collect

1902-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 MS62 PCGS #158196

1902-A France 100 Francs Gold Angel PCGS MS62 -10,000 Minted The holds 24 whiteheart close Little billing Northampton contains .9335 Fine Troy Oz Nn3 9ga United kingdom

1902-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 MS62 PCGS #158196

1902-A France 100 Francs Gold Angel PCGS MS62 -10,000 Minted The holds 24 whiteheart close Little billing Northampton contains .9335 Fine Troy Oz Nn3 9ga United kingdom

1902-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 MS62 PCGS #158196

1902-A France 100 Francs Gold Angel PCGS MS62 -10,000 Minted The holds 24 whiteheart close Little billing Northampton contains .9335 Fine Troy Oz Nn3 9ga United kingdom

1902-A 100 Fr Gad-1137 F-552 MS62 PCGS #158196

1902-A France 100 Francs Gold Angel PCGS MS62 -10,000 Minted The holds 24 whiteheart close Little billing Northampton contains .9335 Fine Troy Oz Nn3 9ga United kingdom

1909-A 100 Fr Gad-1137a F-553 MS63 PCGS #158204

1909-A FRANCE ANGEL 100 FRANCES.PCGS MS63, THE COIN WEIGHS 32.2581 GRAMS OF .900 GOLD, OR .9335 OZ OF PURE GOLD. IT DEPICTS STANDING ANGEL WRITING CONSTITUTION ON THE OBVERSE, WHILE DATE & VALUE IN WREATHS ON THE REVERSE.THE MINTAGE WAS 20,000. IT'S Y57.2The French Angel characterizes the ideals of the French Revolution. The Angel represents the spirit of France and he is shown on the coin writing the French constitution. A rooster symbolizing vigilance appears next to the Angel. Behind the Angel stands the fasces or bundle of rods -- a symbol of power previously carried by Roman magistrates. On the top of the fasces is the Cap of Liberty, which also appears on U.S. coinage with the same meaning. The slogan "Liberte Egalite Fraternite" appears on the reverse along with the date. This phrase, which translates to “freedom, equality, fraternity”, was popularized during the French Revolution against Louis XVIIn America collectors call these beautiful gold coins "French Angels." In Europe they're often called "The Lucky Gold Angels" and they're famous for bringing good luck to their owners. Their reputation started with Augustus Dupre, the coin's original designer, who credited his escape from the guillotine to the 20 Franc Gold Angel in his pocket. These stunningly beautiful coins are minted in .1867 troy ounces of pure gold and every one is at least 100 years old. These French Angels are not reproductions, but genuine, highly collectible gold coins that will never be worth less than their weight in solid gold. With the popularity of angels today, they also make ideal gifts for collectors, children, and grandchildren. These official legal tender gold coins were minted in France from 1871 to 1898 and are guaranteed authentic. Owning the famous French Angel gold coin has always been considered good luck. Legend has it that an earlier version accompanied Napoleon in his quest to conquer Europe. He carried it in the long march to Russia and back until he finally misplaced it -- the day before the Battle of Waterloo. The coin's designer, Augustine Dupré, held a gold angel as he prayed for his life, catching the eye of his guard, allowing him to negotiate his escape from the guillotine

1909-A 100 Fr Gad-1137a F-553 MS63 PCGS #158204

1909-A FRANCE ANGEL 100 FRANCES.PCGS MS63, THE COIN WEIGHS 32.2581 GRAMS OF .900 GOLD, OR .9335 OZ OF PURE GOLD. IT DEPICTS STANDING ANGEL WRITING CONSTITUTION ON THE OBVERSE, WHILE DATE & VALUE IN WREATHS ON THE REVERSE.THE MINTAGE WAS 20,000. IT'S Y57.2The French Angel characterizes the ideals of the French Revolution. The Angel represents the spirit of France and he is shown on the coin writing the French constitution. A rooster symbolizing vigilance appears next to the Angel. Behind the Angel stands the fasces or bundle of rods -- a symbol of power previously carried by Roman magistrates. On the top of the fasces is the Cap of Liberty, which also appears on U.S. coinage with the same meaning. The slogan "Liberte Egalite Fraternite" appears on the reverse along with the date. This phrase, which translates to “freedom, equality, fraternity”, was popularized during the French Revolution against Louis XVIIn America collectors call these beautiful gold coins "French Angels." In Europe they're often called "The Lucky Gold Angels" and they're famous for bringing good luck to their owners. Their reputation started with Augustus Dupre, the coin's original designer, who credited his escape from the guillotine to the 20 Franc Gold Angel in his pocket. These stunningly beautiful coins are minted in .1867 troy ounces of pure gold and every one is at least 100 years old. These French Angels are not reproductions, but genuine, highly collectible gold coins that will never be worth less than their weight in solid gold. With the popularity of angels today, they also make ideal gifts for collectors, children, and grandchildren. These official legal tender gold coins were minted in France from 1871 to 1898 and are guaranteed authentic. Owning the famous French Angel gold coin has always been considered good luck. Legend has it that an earlier version accompanied Napoleon in his quest to conquer Europe. He carried it in the long march to Russia and back until he finally misplaced it -- the day before the Battle of Waterloo. The coin's designer, Augustine Dupré, held a gold angel as he prayed for his life, catching the eye of his guard, allowing him to negotiate his escape from the guillotine

1909-A 100 Fr Gad-1137a F-553 MS63 PCGS #158204

1909-A FRANCE ANGEL 100 FRANCES.PCGS MS63, THE COIN WEIGHS 32.2581 GRAMS OF .900 GOLD, OR .9335 OZ OF PURE GOLD. IT DEPICTS STANDING ANGEL WRITING CONSTITUTION ON THE OBVERSE, WHILE DATE & VALUE IN WREATHS ON THE REVERSE.THE MINTAGE WAS 20,000. IT'S Y57.2The French Angel characterizes the ideals of the French Revolution. The Angel represents the spirit of France and he is shown on the coin writing the French constitution. A rooster symbolizing vigilance appears next to the Angel. Behind the Angel stands the fasces or bundle of rods -- a symbol of power previously carried by Roman magistrates. On the top of the fasces is the Cap of Liberty, which also appears on U.S. coinage with the same meaning. The slogan "Liberte Egalite Fraternite" appears on the reverse along with the date. This phrase, which translates to “freedom, equality, fraternity”, was popularized during the French Revolution against Louis XVIIn America collectors call these beautiful gold coins "French Angels." In Europe they're often called "The Lucky Gold Angels" and they're famous for bringing good luck to their owners. Their reputation started with Augustus Dupre, the coin's original designer, who credited his escape from the guillotine to the 20 Franc Gold Angel in his pocket. These stunningly beautiful coins are minted in .1867 troy ounces of pure gold and every one is at least 100 years old. These French Angels are not reproductions, but genuine, highly collectible gold coins that will never be worth less than their weight in solid gold. With the popularity of angels today, they also make ideal gifts for collectors, children, and grandchildren. These official legal tender gold coins were minted in France from 1871 to 1898 and are guaranteed authentic. Owning the famous French Angel gold coin has always been considered good luck. Legend has it that an earlier version accompanied Napoleon in his quest to conquer Europe. He carried it in the long march to Russia and back until he finally misplaced it -- the day before the Battle of Waterloo. The coin's designer, Augustine Dupré, held a gold angel as he prayed for his life, catching the eye of his guard, allowing him to negotiate his escape from the guillotine

1909-A 100 Fr Gad-1137a F-553 MS63 PCGS #158204

1909-A FRANCE ANGEL 100 FRANCES.PCGS MS63, THE COIN WEIGHS 32.2581 GRAMS OF .900 GOLD, OR .9335 OZ OF PURE GOLD. IT DEPICTS STANDING ANGEL WRITING CONSTITUTION ON THE OBVERSE, WHILE DATE & VALUE IN WREATHS ON THE REVERSE.THE MINTAGE WAS 20,000. IT'S Y57.2The French Angel characterizes the ideals of the French Revolution. The Angel represents the spirit of France and he is shown on the coin writing the French constitution. A rooster symbolizing vigilance appears next to the Angel. Behind the Angel stands the fasces or bundle of rods -- a symbol of power previously carried by Roman magistrates. On the top of the fasces is the Cap of Liberty, which also appears on U.S. coinage with the same meaning. The slogan "Liberte Egalite Fraternite" appears on the reverse along with the date. This phrase, which translates to “freedom, equality, fraternity”, was popularized during the French Revolution against Louis XVIIn America collectors call these beautiful gold coins "French Angels." In Europe they're often called "The Lucky Gold Angels" and they're famous for bringing good luck to their owners. Their reputation started with Augustus Dupre, the coin's original designer, who credited his escape from the guillotine to the 20 Franc Gold Angel in his pocket. These stunningly beautiful coins are minted in .1867 troy ounces of pure gold and every one is at least 100 years old. These French Angels are not reproductions, but genuine, highly collectible gold coins that will never be worth less than their weight in solid gold. With the popularity of angels today, they also make ideal gifts for collectors, children, and grandchildren. These official legal tender gold coins were minted in France from 1871 to 1898 and are guaranteed authentic. Owning the famous French Angel gold coin has always been considered good luck. Legend has it that an earlier version accompanied Napoleon in his quest to conquer Europe. He carried it in the long march to Russia and back until he finally misplaced it -- the day before the Battle of Waterloo. The coin's designer, Augustine Dupré, held a gold angel as he prayed for his life, catching the eye of his guard, allowing him to negotiate his escape from the guillotine