Hermes 1958 White Deo Juvante Monaco Twill 90cm Box!

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Lovely vintage scarf/foulard Made in France by Hermès, model Deo Juvante Monaco offered here in its first issue of 1958. The silk feels different, very smooth and supple! Superb carre in very good vintage condition without sopecial issue, except no care tag!.

The coat of arms of Monaco represents two monks brandishing swords. 
It alludes to the conquest of Monaco in 1297. From 1215 Monaco had been a colony of Genoa. Lanfranco Grimaldi conquered the fortress of Monaco entering the city with soldiers dressed as Franciscan monks, with swords hidden under their frocks. The Grimaldi motto "Deo Juvante" meaning "With God's help" is also related to the 1297 capture. The House of Grimaldi ruled Monaco ever since, except when under French control, from 1789 to 1814.

Delicate palette mixing white, gold and red! This carre looks ancient and will enjoy a fan of vintage!
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Brand : Hermès
Title : De Juvante Monaco
Artist : 
Issue : 1958 (first)
Signature : Hermes Paris 
Note :
Composition : 100% twill silk, hand sewn and rolled edges 
Care tag : No 
Palette : white, red, aged gold (ancient, not flashy).
Dimension : 35 inches square or 90 cm square approximately
Condition : Very good vintage condition, some tiny marks, no hole, no pull, no care tag.
Sale : No
Box : Yes (ancient, no perfect)
Manufacture : France

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