Seller: dk-aureus (3,376) 99.7%, Location: Austin, Minnesota, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 332606532466 Item Description: US COLONIAL (France) - 1725-Q Sol. Louis XV. Issued when John Law was in charge of the Mississippi Company. The coins of this year were minted in either bronze or copper, the latter being lighter in color than other issues and much scarcer. Size: 30mm Please look at the picture, as it shows the item that you are bidding on. About my pictures: I use an indirect light source that is reflected off of a pane of glass to provide a variation of axial lighting. The camera is above this pane of glass, and uses a long exposure count to absorb the details of the coin. I try to ensure that the pictures are as accurate to the coin as possible, but realize that copper coins are difficult to photograph, in that if they are worn, either the color will be correct or the details will. I prefer to focus on the details of the coins, so in my pictures, copper coins are generally darker in hand than they appear in the pictures. The only post-photography editing that takes place is cropping and rotation to make sure that the orientation is correct and that the backgrounds do not detract from the coins. Please note that I am not an expert on coins, nor am I a dealer. I am simply a collector trying to get rid of some stuff that I have accumulated. While you're here, please take a look around. I have a number of items of things (some of them quite interesting and obscure) that I am looking at getting rid of and will hopefully be listing. Thanks for stopping by! Payment: I expect payment within three days. If you need more time, please contact me and we can work something out. If I do not hear from you within five days, I will assume that you do not want the item and will file a non-paying bidder claim with eBay. I have had problems with NPBs in the past and simply don't want to deal with it anymore. Shipping: I ship items mainly within the US but am willing to ship abroad. I will combine on shipping if you win more than one of my auctions. If you win more than one, please wait for an invoice before paying. This saves me time and effort in trying to refund the shipping cost through individual items. My international rate is determined by eBay's international calculator. I use this because I have found a great difference between the cost to ship between countries and between post offices. If the rate that is charged exceeds the cost to ship the item, I will send out a partial refund. As mentioned before, I will combine on shipping. Please message me before you bid to ask if I will ship to your country. Certain countries have certain restrictions and prohibitions. As of right now, I can say that I cannot ship to Russia, China, certain countries in Eastern Europe, or the Middle East. You are responsible for knowing your country's laws and duties on incoming items and are also responsible for any taxes or fees that the item may incur en route. I cannot be held liable for items that are seized by customs. If you are from a country other than the US and still want to bid, please understand that it will take longer to ship the items than normal. If this is acceptable to you, please go ahead and bid. Returns: As a general rule, I do not accept returns. I make sure that the pictures I take are accurate to the item before putting them up, and that the descriptions reflect any inaccuracies. If, however, there are extenuating circumstances and you need to return the item, contact me and we can work something out.