The French Coins and Stamps ClipArt gallery offers 18 illustrations of French coins, medals, stamps, and similar documents.

The obverse side of the écu d'or of Charles VI, king of France.

Écu, Obverse

The obverse side of the écu d'or of Charles VI, king of France.

The reverse side of the écu d'or of Charles VI, king of France.

Écu, Reverse

The reverse side of the écu d'or of Charles VI, king of France.

"Agnel of John II., King of France. Agnel- A French gold coin bearing a figure of the paschal lamb, first issued by Louis IX., and not struck after Charles IX."-Whitney, 1902

Agnel

"Agnel of John II., King of France. Agnel- A French gold coin bearing a figure of the paschal lamb,…

The front of a French gold coin first issued by Louis IX. in the thirteenth century. It was equal to aout three United States gold dollars.

Chaise

The front of a French gold coin first issued by Louis IX. in the thirteenth century. It was equal to…

The rear of a French gold coin first issued by Louis IX. in the thirteenth century. It was equal to aout three United States gold dollars.

Chaise

The rear of a French gold coin first issued by Louis IX. in the thirteenth century. It was equal to…

Three officials who were given supreme executive powers under the new French constitution of 1799.

The Three Consuls

Three officials who were given supreme executive powers under the new French constitution of 1799.

"A French silver coin and money of account which since 1795 has formed the unit of French monetary system." -Whitney, 1911

Obverse Side of Silver Franc of Henry III

"A French silver coin and money of account which since 1795 has formed the unit of French monetary system."…

"A French silver coin and money of account which since 1795 has formed the unit of French monetary system." -Whitney, 1911

Reverse Side of Silver Franc of Henry III

"A French silver coin and money of account which since 1795 has formed the unit of French monetary system."…

"Gros Tournois of Louis IX. GROS. A coin of relatively large size: applied to silver coins of various kinds in France in the thirteenth and following centuries." -Whitney, 1911

Obverse Side of Gros Tornois

"Gros Tournois of Louis IX. GROS. A coin of relatively large size: applied to silver coins of various…

"Gros Tournois of Louis IX. GROS. A coin of relatively large size: applied to silver coins of various kinds in France in the thirteenth and following centuries." -Whitney, 1911

Reverse Side of Gros Tornois

"Gros Tournois of Louis IX. GROS. A coin of relatively large size: applied to silver coins of various…

"Instituted by Napoleon in 1802; given to both soldiers and civilians for distinguished services to the state. In the present order of the French Republic the symbolical head of the republic appears in the center, and a laurel wreath replaces the imperial crown."—Webster, 1920

Cross of the Legion of Honor

"Instituted by Napoleon in 1802; given to both soldiers and civilians for distinguished services to…

"Commemorates the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. The obverse bears a representation of 'Louis the Great, the Most Christian King,' the reverse contains a legend meaning 'Heresy Extinguished.'"—Webster, 1920

Medal of Louis XIV

"Commemorates the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. The obverse bears a representation of 'Louis the…

Louis XVI (23 August 1754 – 21 January 1793), Louis-Auguste de France, ruled as King of France and Navarre from 1774 until 1791, and then as King of the French from 1791 to 1792.

Louis XVI Memorial Medal

Louis XVI (23 August 1754 – 21 January 1793), Louis-Auguste de France, ruled as King of France…

France Newspaper Stamp (2 centimes) from 1868

France 2 Centimes Newspaper Stamp, 1868

France Newspaper Stamp (2 centimes) from 1868

Guadeloupe Stamp (5 centimes) from 1884

Guadeloupe 5 Centimes Stamp, 1884

Guadeloupe Stamp (5 centimes) from 1884

Reunion Islands Stamp (value illegible) from 1852

Reunion Islands Value Illegible Stamp, 1852

Reunion Islands Stamp (value illegible) from 1852

Michel-Etienne Turgot.

Turgot

Michel-Etienne Turgot.

(1587-1637) Duke of Savoy

Victor Amadeus I

(1587-1637) Duke of Savoy