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  • France, III Republic. A Ministry of Commerce and Industry Honour II Class, Silver Grade Medal and Award Document
  • France, III Republic. A Ministry of Commerce and Industry Honour II Class, Silver Grade Medal and Award Document
  • France, III Republic. A Ministry of Commerce and Industry Honour II Class, Silver Grade Medal and Award Document

Item: M0385-176

France, III Republic. A Ministry of Commerce and Industry Honour II Class, Silver Grade Medal and Award Document

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France, III Republic. A Ministry of Commerce and Industry Honour II Class, Silver Grade Medal and Award Document

In silver, marked "2 ARGENT" (silver) flanked by dual cornucopias on the edge, engraver marked "A. Borrel" on the obverse, engraved to "Mr P. CHANELIERE 1925" on the reverse, measuring 27 mm in diameter, dark patina, bruised, original ribbon, better than very fine. The medal is mounted at the lower centre to its Ministry of Commerce and Industry Honour Medal Award Document, named to "Philippe Chanelière, Carpenter Worker at Tissages Guerry-Dupéray and Son, Le Coteau", dated July 20, 1925 at Paris, signed in black ink by Charles Chaumet, Minister of Commerce and Industry and by the Deputy Director of Personnel and Accounting (signature undetermined), coded "11-4/114-1924." at the lower left, printed in black ink on an off-white pressed paper stock, measuring 400 mm (w) x 303 mm (h), fine.

 

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