Ian Posted May 26, 2006 Report Share Posted May 26, 2006 The first is the savings bank of Nevers. Nice building but also nice pastoral scenes of the area. The second is the savings bank at Douai. Nice obverse, shame about the reverse. The third is the Bourse de Paris on a jeton of the `Agens de Change de Paris' (aka `stockbrokers'), which just happens to have Napoleon Bonaparte on the obverse, by Tiolier (1813). The fourth is an old gate to the town of Nevers depicted on a jeton of the Societe Nivernaise. The fifth is a copper jeton of the head of the Faculty of Medecine in Paris 1746, by DuVivier. It was the reverse that attracted me though. Nice interior view of the court room. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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