DESCRIPTION : this is an original very rare metal souvenir ca 1930 of a building / historical memorabilia / grand tour / monument / church / Cathedral of Metz (France)Wikipedia : Saint Étienne de Metz (French for Saint Stephen of Metz ), also known as Metz Cathedral ) is a Gothic , Catholic cathedral in the city of Metz , capital of Lorraine , France. It is the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Metz and the seat of the Bishop of Metz . The cathedral is sometime nicknamed the Good Lord's lantern ( French : la lanterne du Bon Dieu ) as it possesses the largest expanses of stained glass windows in the world with 6,500 m 2 (70,000 sq ft). The stained glass windows include works of Hermann von Münster (14th C); Théobald of Lixheim and Valentin Bousch (16th C); Laurent-Charles Maréchal (19th C); Roger Bissière , Jacques Villon and Marc Chagall (20th C). Its nave, 41.41 meters high, is one of the highest in France only overtopped by Beauvais Cathedral and Amiens Cathedral , and is the 10th highest nave in the world . This souvenir is very rare never seen before, don't miss !!!! CONDITION : the sculpture is in good condition , patina wear , normal wear traces , little dents.There are no restorations , no repainting.Our pictures give an honest image of the condition. DIMENSION : height : 9.50 cm ( 3.7 ") SIGNATURE : "METZ CATHEDRALE" NO RESERVE We do not sell during the auction , all questions will be answered. Enjoy bidding!!!!!!!! SHIPPING & HANDLING : worldwide : 26 £ USA : 17.50 £ Europe : 17.50 £ Belgium neighbour countries & UK : 17.50 £ Belgium : 12.30 £
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