FRANCE, Louis XV, Ecu 1745 BB, Strasbourg, Rare!, VF+

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Obverse: Bust of Louis XV, legend around

Lettering (Latin): LUD • XV • D • G • FR • ET • NAV • REX

Engraver: Joseph-Charles Röettiers

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Reverse: Crowned oval Arms within olive branches, legend around

Lettering (Latin): SIT NOMEN DOMINI BENEDICTUM;   1745;   BB

Translation: Blessed be the name of the Lord.

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Edge (text in Latin): DOMINE SALVUM FAC REGEM

Domine, salvum fac regem (Lord, save the King) is a motet which was sung as a de facto royal anthem in France during the Ancien Régime.

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Country
Ruler Louis XV (1715-74)
Face Value Ecu
Year of issue 1745
Metal Silver
Fineness 917
Catalogue # KM# 512.4; Gadoury 322; Droulers 557; Sobin 22A (2 ex.)
Weight, g. 28,72
Diameter, mm. 41,5
Our code E146