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Posted 04/24/2018   9:23 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add lithograving to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Antoine Dezarrois (1864 - 1934) engraved the 1930 3 franc definitive.

Check out the Phil-Ouest site
http://www.phil-ouest.com/Timbres.p...re=DateVente

Here is a Google translate from the French

Antoine Dezarrois engraved only one stamp, that of the cathedral of Reims in 1930 (that of 1938 being a reprise of the first).
He was professor of engraving at the Ecole Estienne where he had Pierre Gandon as a student.
In 1929 he was appointed professor and head of engraving and engraving workshop at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris,
there was in particular Albert Decaris as a student.
Antoine Dezarrois engraved mainly for the illustration of books.


France Scott 247 Type I



France Scott 247A Type II




France Scott 248 Type IV






If someone has Type III please post a scan here.

France Scott B74 1938

Semi-postal issued for the completion of the reconstruction
of the Reims Cathedral.

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FRANCE 1949

Centenary of the first French postage stamps.
Two imperforate stamps showing the original Ceres designs
and two with Gandon's 1945 Marianne stamps.

Designed & engraved by Pierre Gandon

Scott 615a Strip of 4 plus label



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Scott 615

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FRANCE 1949

Exposition Philatélique Internationale de Paris CITEX 1949

Engraved by Pierre Gandon based on the original typography
stamp issued in 1849.

Scott 624



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Dear graphis, on the DESCARTES maquette you mention that 'You can see the correction pasted on the image',
are you referring to the DE word before LA? What was there before the correction, if you know.
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Hiker275....
A stamp was issued in June1937 for the 3rd century of the publication
of Rene Descartes' " Discours de la Méthode " but the stamp
was inscribed Discours sur la Méthode

The two stamp variations can be seen on page 1 of this thread posted by Lithograving.
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Edited by graphis - 05/31/2018 10:29 am
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