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Société de L'Intransigeant, E. Vaughan et Cie

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Beneficiary Share - Paris 1890

Signed by Ernest Vaughan

€59.00
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Beneficiary share issued in Paris in 1890, signed by Ernest Vaughan (1841-1929).

The newspaper L'Intransigeant, founded by Eugène Mayer (director of La Lanterne) appeared from 1880 to 1948. The sports supplement will be bought in 1938 by Prouvost to integrate the newspaper Match, which will later become Paris-Match.

Ernest Vaughan participated in its creation as editor but left the newspaper during the Dreyfus Affair to create in 1897 the republican socialist newspaper "L'Aurore", which owes its notoriety to its publication in 1898 of "J'accuse" of Emile Zola during the Dreyfus Affair.

Head office 142 rue Montmartre.

Excerpt from the statutes on the back.

VF condition: stain and fold at the coupons

Size: 18x22 cm coupons excluded

23822
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Country
France
Theme
Press
Rare bonds
Rare
Condition
VF

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