106- shooting79 Bronze medal or token from the Monnaie de Paris (cornucopia hallmark from 1880). 1973 restrike of a 1685 medal. Engraver / Artist / Sculptor : Molart. Hallmark on the edge (mark on the edge): cornucopia + bronze + 1973.
The stand is not for sale. The Pont Royal is a French bridge located in Paris and crossing the Seine.
It is the third oldest bridge in the city, after the Pont Neuf and the Pont Marie. This monument has been classified as a historical monument since May 1, 19391. Summary 1 Location and access 2 Origin of the name 3 History 3.1 Red Bridge in 1632 3.2 Pont Royal in 1689 4 Description 5 Seen by painters 6 Notes and references 7 Bibliography 7.1 Drawings and engravings 8 Appendices 8.1 Related article 8.2 External links Location and access It connects the right bank at the Pavillon de Flore to the left bank between rue du Bac and rue de Beaune. Its neighbors, upstream, the Carrousel bridge, and downstream, the Léopold-Sédar-Senghor footbridge.
This site is served by the Tuileries metro station. Origin of the name This bridge bears this name because it leads to the Tuileries Palace. Story A ferry to cross the Seine is authorized by letters patent by King Henry II, September 9, 15502. After witnessing an accident with the ferry crossing the Seine in the extension of the rue du Bac during a walk, Louis XIII decided to build a bridge at this location3.
Red Bridge in 1632 The Red Bridge. In 1632, Pierre Pidou, secretary of the King's Chamber and first clerk of Louis Le Barbier, undertook the construction of a wooden toll bridge on this site, which will be called pont Sainte-Ann.It connects the right bank at the Pavillon de Flore to the left bank between rue du Bac and rue de Beaune. In 1632, Pierre Pidou, secretary of the King's Chamber and first clerk of Louis Le Barbier, undertook the construction of a wooden toll bridge on this site, which will be called pont Sa. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Exonumia\Medals".5" and is located in this country: FR. This item can be shipped worldwide.