1900 Paul Déroulède French Nationalist Vintage Plate by Sarreguemines
#615 Deroulede Genealogy:
Paul Déroulède 1846-1914 was a militant French nationalist, author, poet, writer, and famous politician born in Paris. This 8 inch diameter beautiful sepia toned antique plate has a smooth edge, and was made by the famous Sarreguemines Pottery, Porcelain & Glass firm, which began work in 1874.
The plate encompasses a memorial to his public life. It has transferware scenes of a photographic portrait of Paul Déroulède in black and white by famous French photographer Pierre Lanith Petit (aka Pierre Lamy Petit) in the center. On edges it has 4 scenes: a bust of the French Republic PRO PATRIA; Paul fighting the Prussian army at the 1870 Battle of Montbéliard; a bugle, 2 flags, a French army helmet, and a book which reads "Les Chants Du Solday" ("The Songs of the Soldiers") a 1872 19th c French publication; and lastly Paul Deroulede in his 1899 jail cell, when he was jailed for his militant activity.
Condition: 2 hairline cracks and minor edge wear, but displays beautifully and is fully intact and strong, as seen in photos. (See last photo for edge wear) It was made in the early 20th century. The mark dates it's manufacture as between 1875-1900. Found in Devon, England, a beautiful piece.
Size: 8 inches diameter, with holes for hanging ribbon, see photos.
Note: Hello from ~debra. I have spent years collecting over 10,000 ID’d lost family items from US/UK flea markets & antique shops. This is an original antique item. You may buy a piece alone, or large intimate 300 dpi scans of the sent immediately via email, or both. I also invite you to join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. Thank you, enjoy! ~Debra Clifford (contact info on top bar)
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