A French jeton of the 14th or 15th century depicting a large fleur-de-lis on the obverse, and an arcuate cross fleuretty on the reverse. The jeton is double-struck, but most of the detail is clear.

Although similar obverse and reverse designs occur on other French jetons, no close parallel of the present combination of obverse/reverse and types/legends has been traced in the literature. The obverse legend, in particular, is very unusual, with only two other closely similar examples traced:

Present jeton: + LE MONOIE DV [R]OY
PAS jeton, CORN-E24EAB: + LE MONOIE DV ROI MOI
Philip Mernick jeton (referenced on PAS record above): + LE MONOIE DV ROI
UKDFD 26607 (related?): +ROI+ +[M]OI+ +[D]OI+ +[M]OI:+

With the exception of the present jeton, the legends shown above occur on the reverses.