The Most Expensive Car in the World: Bugatti Royale-Napoleon 1927

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The Most Expensive Car in the World: Bugatti Royale-Napoleon 1927

Pay homage to icon of luxury
  • Item Number:
    20331
  • Material:
    Silver
  • Purity:
    .999
  • Quality:
    Proof
  • Net Weight:
    26 g
  • Diameter (mm):
    40
  • Issuing country:
    Congo
  • Year:
    2003
  • Package Content:
    Coin in plastic capsule, box and coin certificate
  • Design / Mint:
    CIT Coin Invest Trust AG / B.H. Mayer
  • Coin Value:
    10 Francs
  • Max. Mintage:
    15000
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  • 55.70 USD
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The hallmark of this silver commemorative coin is the 1927 Bugatti Royale-Napoleon, while the other side features a stately lion. Minted in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2003, this 26-gram coin is 40 millimeters in diameter and boasts .999 purity.
Nearly a century has passed since it first hit the road, but the stunning 1927 Bugatti Royale-Napoleon coupe featured on this coin continues to symbolize the height of grandeur. One of six Bugatti Type 41 models, the car was created specifically for royalty. However, only three of the exclusive vehicles built between 1927 and 1933, were ever sold. This was perhaps due to the Great Depression, and the fact that the ostentatious automobile was valued at about twice that of a Rolls-Royce. It is also one of the largest cars in the world — 20% longer than the Rolls-Royce Phantom and 25% heavier. The Royale-Napoleon coupe became Ettore Bugatti’s personal car in his later life, and was bricked up at his estate during World War II to avoid Nazi theft. This coin is part of a larger family of “Automobiles Historiques” collectibles.