A bronze medal by Pierre-Alexandre Morlon (1878 - 1951)
Depicting an Alsatian as the city of Strasbourg, her hair dress adorned with city towers
Right STRASBOURG and the Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-Strasbourg;
left: Morlon signature;
in ex. escutcheon
The reverse with warship, the name of Strasbourg and a blank panel for an eventual inscription between two branches of laurel leaves
The edge is stamped with the horn of plenty (Paris mint) and BRONZE.
Pierre-Alexandre Morlon is a French engraver and medalist, creator of the famous "Type Morlon" on the former French franc coin currency: obverse with Marianne - allegory of the Republic - with (Phrygian) liberty cap and reverse with horns of plenty.
Diameter 6.8 cm (2" 11/16)