Cisapline Republic (1800-1802).
Scudo Pratile of 6 lire year VIII (1800)
Obverse: "ALLA NAZ FRAN LA REP CISAL RICONOSCENTE", allegorical figure of France galeate and sitting on a platform, receiving an act of gratitude from the personification of the Cisalpine Republic, with cornucopia at her feet, stork behind, Salvirch on the base on the left.
Reverse: in the field on four lines between two tied oak branches SCUDO - DI LIRE SEI - 27. PRATILE – ANNO VII .- T/ UNIONE E VIRTU’ in relief between decorations.
CNI 1. Crippa 1. Pagani 8. Davenport 199. NV 488
The coin was issued to celebrate the Armistice of Alessandria, signed on the 27th year VIII (June 16, 1800).
Salvirch's work, based on drawings by Andrea Appiani, was minted in a relatively small number of copies, or 3,494 of first issue followed by a second issue of 3,400, for a total of 6,894 pieces.
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- Italy - Cisalpine Republic
- Nominal Value
- Scudo Pratile da 6 Lire Anno VIII -
- Year/Period and Variation
- 1800 - Milano
- Precious metals
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