"Belt Of Representation Of People's Arms To Armies, French Revolutionary Period"Bronze melted and golden. Revolutionary epoch. It depicts the Republic standing holding a lictor's beam with one hand and with the other a spear with a Phrygian cap at its end. In the background, the altar of the homeland with an engraved Liberty and Equality column, two crossed flags, an oak foliage and a laurel foliage. The bottom is sanded. A beaded border surrounds this allegory. The back is smooth and has four bridges.
Very good state.
Width 12.8cm Height 11cm
The Corps of Representatives of the People with Armies was created in the First Republic on April 9, 1793. Sixty fierce representatives of the people, successively sent by the Convention to the eleven armies of the Republic, are mentioned. some of whom showed great talent and ardent patriotism (...) E. DETAILLE the French Army.