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fnc_652417 - TRAMWAYS DE ROUEN BON POUR UNE SECTION SECONDE CLASSE Rouen

TRAMWAYS DE ROUEN BON POUR UNE SECTION SECONDE CLASSE XF
35.00 €(Approx. 41.65$ | 30.10£)
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Type : BON POUR UNE SECTION SECONDE CLASSE
Date: n.d.
Mint name / Town : Rouen
Metal : brass
Diameter : 25,5 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 5,27 g.
Catalogue references :
Predigree :
Cet exemplaire provient de la collection G. BOHELAY

Obverse


Obverse legend : TRAMWAYS / DE / ROUEN.
Obverse description : Sur trois lignes : TRAMWAYS / DE / ROUEN. Au centre, le blason de la ville de Rouen représentant un agneau pascal auréolé, tenant une bannerette à la croix d’or. Le tout est surmonté de trois fleurs de lys..

Reverse


Reverse legend : BON / POUR UNE / SECTION / SECONDE / CLASSE.
Reverse description : Au centre, sur cinq lignes : BON / POUR UNE / SECTION / SECONDE / CLASSE.

Historical background


TRANSPORTATION (TRAINS, BUSES, TRAMS, BOATS ...)

The railway from Paris to Saint-Germain, opened August 24, 1837, is the origin of the network of railroads west from the Law of 9 July 1835. One of the locomotives used Seguin is a 1829 model, the first French locomotive flue. Company Railway West was liquidated in 1909 to form part of the network state. On August 31, 1937, forced merger of five companies dealers, North, East, Paris Orleans, PLM, State, Alsace Lorraine gave birth to the SNCF.

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