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c1934 Commemorative Automobile French Art Deco Vichy Concourse D'Elegance Souvenir


This Art Deco plaque recognizes the famous French Vichy Automobile Concourse D' Elegance which took place in late June, 1934 This event was one of the first times a show or contest of vehicles were judged chiefly on excellence of appearance. In some respects, it was a predecessor to the famous and renowned Pebble Beach show we all know today.


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    H 2 in. x W 2.75 in. x D 0.13 in.

    H 5.08 cm x W 6.99 cm x D 3.31 mm

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