1832-1848 France 5 Francs - Louis Philippe


One French 5 francs coin, minted between 1832-1848, in Fine or better circulated condition. These coins have seen moderate circulation, but have design features and lettering still well-defined. All of our coins have natural patina/toning, and have never been cleaned.  

These silver crown coins were struck under Louis Philippe I, the last French king.  Louis Philippe came to power after a popular revolution and the overthrow of the ultra-conservative French king Charles X. Louis started out his reign as a moderately liberal king, popular with the common people of France. But as the years passed, he gradually lost his favor with the people. In 1848, the French held yet another revolution and deposed Louis. The former king was forced into exile and lived his remaining years in England.  

Coin Specifications
Country France
Years 1832-1848
Denomination 5 Francs
Metal Alloy Silver (.900 fine)
Weight 25g
Diameter 37mm


"Louis Philippe I, King of the French"




("God protect France")


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France 5 Francs - Mintage Numbers

Year Mintage Notes
1832 A 7,800,230 "A" = Paris mintmark
1832 B 2,852,392 "B" = Rouen mintmark
1832 BB 1,724,668 "BB" = Strasbourg mintmark
1832 D 3,006,523 "D" = Lyon mintmark
1832 H 900,284 "H" = La Rochelle mintmark
1832 I 703,112 "I" = Limoges mintmark
1832 K 602,408 "K" = Bourdeaux mintmark
1832 L 567,501 "L" = Bayonne mintmark
1832 M 728,593 "M" = Toulouse mintmark
1832 MA 1,184,229 "MA" = Marseilles mintmark
1832 Q 715,951 "Q" = Perpignan mintmark
1832 T 1,591,815 "T" = Nantes mintmark
1832 W 4,483,357 "W" = Lille mintmark
1833 A 8,221,137
1833 B 3,790,853
1833 BB 1,798,993
1833 D 1,486,604
1833 H 844,257

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