"Bonnet De Plate In Hair Officer Of The National Guard, Constitutional Monarchy, 1789-1717"PLATE HAT HAIR TO OFFICER OF THE NATIONAL GUARD, Constitutional Monarchy, 1789-1792. Golden brass stamped in relief, lined a double smooth protruding molding with a palmette at the top. Rich decoration depicting two medallions: one stamped three lilies surmounted by the Royal Crown and the other a fasces with motto "FREEDOM CONSTITUTION" surmounted by a civic crown. Both medallions are separated by a sword pointing upwards, a hand of justice and a royal scepter. The sword is topped by a Phrygian cap crowned with stars ribbon marked "LIVE FREE OR DIE". In the background of the shield, the plate is decorated with a trophy flags, weapons, musical instruments, oak branch and laurel branch, drums, cannons, cannon balls and a burning bomb each of the two lower corners. The edges are folded over themselves on the inside, reinforced originally by a steel wire having disappeared. It has been pierced in the bottom of two small holes in each corner, two at its center and a hole at its top. H 15.3 cm, width 22.7 cm with the curvature and without the curvature 21.6 cm. Very good condition, plaque featuring its gilding which is extremely rare, two small slits at the bottom and one on the right side. La France. Constitutional Monarchy, 1789-1792.