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Coin, France, Napoleon III, 10 Centimes, 1856, Paris, Bronze

Coin, France, Napoleon III, 10 Centimes, 1856, Paris, Bronze

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The 1856 France Napoleon III 10 Centimes coin is an emblematic piece from the Second French Empire. Minted in Paris and made of bronze, this coin features a finely detailed portrait of Emperor Napoleon III on the obverse, showcasing his imperial authority. The reverse displays the denomination encircled by a laurel wreath, symbolizing victory and prosperity. This 10 Centimes coin reflects the era's significant political and economic changes. Its historical value and artistic design make it a coveted item for collectors, offering a glimpse into the legacy of Napoleon III and the mid-19th-century French numismatic landscape