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I've been going through some old coins that used to belong to my grandfather. Although most of them have been easily identifiable, there is one I have been having trouble with. It is an undated French jeton, and though I've found some information on it, I can't help but feel like I'm missing something about it, as some of the information doesn't make much sense. This is what I know so far: Minted during the time of Louis XV Obverse contains coat of arms of Louis-César Crémeaux (1679-1747), lieutenant general of Mâconnais --> his mother's half-sister, Françoise Louis, Duchess de
I have found the following reference which describes what mint mark to look for on the edge of a French medal based on the year that it was minted: http://www.exonumia.com/art/art_04.htm I have not, however, been able to find pictures for these mint marks. Can anyone provide a pictoral reference? For instance, how does the Torch mint mark look compared to the Cornucopia?