Art. 1. Frenchmen are equal before the law, whatever otherwise may be their titles or their rank.
Art2. They contribute in proportion to their fortunes to the charges of the state.
Art. 3. They are all equally admissible to civil and military employments.
Art. 4. Their individual liberty is equally guaranteed. No person can be either prosecuted or arrested, except in cases provided for by the law, and in the form which it prescribes.
Art. 5. Each one may profess his religion with equal liberty and shall receive for his religious worship the same protection.
SINCE THIS WAS FOUND IN A BOSTON ESTATE ABOUT 50 YEARS AGO BY AN AVID COLLECTOR OF EUROPEAN PIECES AND NO DOCUMENTATION WAS FOUND, WE CANNOT ACCURATELY DATE THE ITEM. IT MAY WELL BE 1830 AND BROUGHT TO THE STATES OR IT MAY BE LATER AND MADE IN THE STATES. IT WAS NOT WELL CARED FOR. WILLING TO DISCUSS BY EMAIL, HOWEVER, I HAVE WRITTEN ABOUT ALL I KNOW ABOUT IT.