Louis XI Ecu D'or Coin (1461 - 1481)
This coin is a reproduction of a French gold coin minted by Louis XI between 1461 – 1481.
Coins of this type featuring a shield bearing a coat of arms were called an écu d'or, which means crown shield. From the French word écu (crown) and the latin word Écu (shield).
An original coin of this type is currently on display in the Fitzwilliam museum collection and can be viewed on the following link.
These coins are hand stamped by a passionate reenactor who performs historical coin minting demonstrations. As each coin is hand stamped small variations may exist adding to the hand made character of the coins.
Made from high quality nugold jewellers brass sheet. Nugold has a higher copper content that standard brass giving it its rich yellow gold colour.
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Cards and dice also available separately.