Undated gold florin of St. Arms of Lorraine in a plain field. Nicholas standing, bearing a crozier and raising his hand in blessing; at his feet, the three revived babies in a basket, without privy mark in the exergue.
Mintage: Unknown and very rare. Catalog reference: Flon 671, 1-4 var. Robert 1516, KM 20, Fr-152. Lorraine in the early eighteenth century was in the borderlands between France and Germany and was contested between them. In 1608, she was still part of the Empire but the duke was a French client.
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