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E-auction 545-470776 - fjt_578094 - FRENCH THIRD REPUBLIC Porte monnaie n.d.

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Estimate : 100 €
Price : 25 €
Maximum bid : 28 €
End of the sale : 25 September 2023 19:08:40
bidders : 8 bidders
Type : Porte monnaie
Date: n.d.
Metal : silver plated metal
Diameter : 76 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 18,74 g.




Jolie porte monnaie du XXème siècle, son anneau est poinçonné et présente l’inscription BREVETE SGDG.
Nous nous permettons d’ajouter le commentaire de Mr Tilliet à ce sujet : “La mention « breveté SGDG » (sans garantie du gouvernement), qui n’existe plus en France depuis 1968, est une mention légale dégageant l'État de toute responsabilité sur le bon fonctionnement effectif du dispositif breveté. Cette mention a été établie par la loi de 1844 qui dit que les brevets sont délivrés sans examen préalable, aux risques et périls des demandeurs, et sans garantie soit de la réalité, de la nouveauté ou du mérite de l’invention, soit de la fidélité ou de l’exactitude de la description”

Dimensions : 76*48 mm.

Historical background



Thiers was overthrown by the monarchists on May 24, 1873 and replaced by Marshal Mac Mahon. The mandate of the president is extended to seven years by the Assembly. The attempt to restore the Monarchy in the person of Henry V fails, because the latter refuses to give up the white flag. The constitutional laws passed on November 30, 1875 will not be modified until 1940; they bring relative political stability and rule out monarchical re-establishment. The legislative conflict of 1877, which opposed Jules Simon and the Duke of Broglie, turns to the advantage of the Republicans. The Universal Exhibition of 1878 takes place at the Trocadéro. The telephone made its appearance in Paris in 1879. Mac Mahon, in conflict with the Assembly, resigned ("submit or resign"). Jules Grévy was elected in his place. Gambetta becomes President of the Chamber of Deputies. The Prince Imperial, son of Napoleon III, is massacred by the Zulus in English uniform. July 14 became a national holiday in 1880..

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