Copper medal from the Monnaie de Paris (cornucopia hallmark from 1880) Struck circa 1960. Engraver / Artist : André Dasson.
Hallmark on the edge (mark on the edge): cornucopia + bronze. The stand is not for sale. André Malraux, for civil status Georges André Malraux, born November 3, 1901 in the 18th arrondissement of Paris and died November 23, 1976 in Créteil (Val-de-Marne), is a French writer, adventurer, politician and intellectual. Returning to France, he transposed this adventure into his novel La Voie royale published in 1930 and gained fame in the French-speaking world with the publication in 1933 of La Condition humaine, a novel of adventure and commitment inspired by revolutionary upheavals. Of China and won the Goncourt Prize.His commitment led him to write his novel L'Espoir, published in December 1937, and to shoot a film adaptation of it Espoir, sierra de Teruel in 1938. He joined the Resistance in Mars 1944 and took part in the fighting during the Liberation of France.
After the war, he attached himself to the person of General de Gaulle, played a political role in the RPF, and became, after the return to power of General de Gaulle. 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.