France, 1/2 Franc 1917

From the French series we offer the beautiful Silver Half Francs of 1917, issued during World War I. These are based on a painting by a famous French artist. We have selected Extremely Fine or better examples. We have sold these most attractive silver coins for as much as £14.50. But while supplies last you can have the date of your choice for a special price.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FFR9806
£10.50
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