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fme_745320 - V REPUBLIC Médaille, Cinquantenaire du groupe des industries métallurgiques

V REPUBLIC Médaille, Cinquantenaire du groupe des industries métallurgiques AU
80.00 €(Approx. 87.20$ | 68.00£)
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Type : Médaille, Cinquantenaire du groupe des industries métallurgiques
Date: 1970
Mint name / Town : Monnaie de Paris
Metal : bronze
Diameter : 68,5 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Engraver CHARON Maurice (1915-
Weight : 166,61 g.
Edge : lisse + 1970 + corne BRONZE
Puncheon : corne BRONZE
Coments on the condition:
Patine hétérogène. Présence de quelques coups et rayures

Obverse


Obverse legend : CINQUANTENAIRE DU GROUPE DES INDUSTRIES MÉTALLURGIQUES - 1920-1970.
Obverse description : Vue sur le bâtiment du groupe des industries métallurgiques. Signé : M. CHARON.

Reverse


Reverse legend : GIM // GROUPE DES INDUSTRIES METALLURGIQUES / DE LA REGION PARISIENNE.
Reverse description : Légende en 3 lignes disposées sur un soleil, divers symboles aux extrémités.

Historical background


V REPUBLIC

(since 08/01/1959)

The Fifth Republic, whose constitution was approved by referendum on September 28, 1958 by more than 79% of French people, only officially began with the installation of General de Gaulle as president on January 8, 1959. The constitution was amended on January 28, 1958. October 1962 by referendum where a majority of 62% of votes approves the election of the President of the Republic by direct universal suffrage. The various presidents of the Fifth Republic are Charles de Gaulle (8/01/1959 - 27/04/1969, retirement and Alain Poher becomes interim president), Georges Pompidou (15/06/1969 - 2/04/1974, deceased , Alain Poher becomes interim president), Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (19/05/1974 - 21/05/1981), François Mitterrand (21/05/1981 - 7/05/1995), Jacques Chirac (7/05 /1995 - 05/16/2007), Nicolas Sarkozy (05/16/2007 - 05/15/2012), François Hollande (05/15/2012 - 05/14/2017) and Emmanuel Macron (05/14/2017 - ).

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