Jacques Anquetil Raphael Geminiani and Louison Bobet on the 1958 Tour - photograph by Ouest France

Jacques Anquetil Raphael Geminiani and Louison Bobet on the 1958 Tour
Jacques Anquetil Raphael Geminiani and Louison Bobet on the 1958 Tour
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Description of the photograph

Tour de France 1958: 5th stage between Versailles and Caen. Here in Saint-Pierre-sur-Dives in Calvados. Leading Jacques Anquetil who turns to Raphaël Geminiani and Louison Bobet. In Bobet's wheel, Gilbert Bauvin with his cap. The runner that Geminiani hides seems to be Gastone Nencini.


Keywords used by Archives Ouest-France to describe this photograph: Archives West-France, Tour de France, cycling, cycling, vintage, old photography


Information about the photograph

Technique

This art photograph was taken with a silver The print is made in satin RC paper.


Protection

Each print is coated with a protective varnish to ensure long-lasting preservation.


Support

270g/m2 satin-finish paper.


Mounting on aluminium

The photograph is laminated on a 2mn Dibond aluminium plate with a frame on the back to easily hang the photograph on the wall.


Authentication

This photograph is sold with a certificate of authenticity.


Available sizes

30x20.


Suggested finishes

Print only, Premium aluminium frame, Aluminum mounting, Classic wood frame.


Edition

This photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 copies worldwide.

Frames information

Frame sizes
Frames size
Small10.6x20, 11.8x7.9, 11.8x9.4
Medium13.4x13.4, 17.7x13.4, 17.7x14.2, 20.1x13.4
Large18.5x18.5, 24.8x18.5, 27.5x18.5
Frame details
  • For sizes available: 11.8x15.7, 19.7x23.6, 23.6x23.6 and 23.6x31.5
  • Each frame is aluminium (best quality) or wood
  • A blank mat is always present to frame the photo
  • Frame covered with a glass to protect the photograph

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