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France. Lot de 3 médailles en bronze sur le thème du Bâtiment, attribuées à Marcel Echard

JUSTITIA, Medal signed Alfred Borrel - Second Grand Prix de Rome (1860).
Commercial Court of Versailles M. ECHARD 1936
DIMENSIONS: 50mm 50g approx. PUNCH: horn (after 1880 MdP) + BRONZE.

Brochure, National Federation of Building and Related Activities, Signed: J. H. COEFFIN.
Hallmark: HORN+BRONZE approx 95 x 65 mm

Artistic medal, in bronze Central committee for the coordination of building apprenticeship and public works 75*75mm approx.; by Coeffin, horn hallmark (Mdp), attributed on the edge to Marcel ECHARD

In good condition, as in the photos.


Josette Hébert-Coëffin born December 16, 1907 in Rouen and died June 3, 1973 in Neuilly-sur-Seine2 is a French sculptor and medalist. She was the first laureate of the John-Simon-Guggenheim Foundation in New York in 1937.

Country/province France
Year/Period and Variation Lot de 3 médailles en bronze sur le thème du Bâtiment, attribuées à Marcel Echard
Condition Ungraded
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