Les Armes de Paris first created by 1954 by Hugo Grygkar.
Napoleon designed by Philippe Ledoux.
Hermès silk scarf
'Perspective' by Cassandre
A very nice Hermès silk scarf called 'Flotille' designed by Pierre Péron in 1971. It is in very good condition and measures 90cm x 90 cm.
This Hermès silk scarf was designed by Valérie Darvlat-Dumoulin in 1999 and is in very good condition. The scarf measures 90cm x 90cm.
This Hermès silk scarf is called 'Les fleurs de l'Opéra' and was designed by Julie Abadie. It is in excellent condition. It is 90cm x 90cm.
La Tour Eiffel s'envole, designed by Ibrahim Sefidin and first sold by Hermès in 2004.
Chansons de France
A scarf celebrating some of the most popular French songs and nursery rhymes. Designed by Philippe Ledoux in 1970 it features songs such as Il pleut il pleut Begère, Meunier tu dors? and Dansons la Capucine.
Charmes des Plages Normandes
Depicting the sunny beaches of Normandy this scarf was designed by Loic Dubigeon in 1999.
Moyen Age - Le Vieux Paris
This scarf, with Notre Dame at the centre, was designed by Christiane Vauzelles and was first issued in 1966.
Les Armes de Paris - the heraldic Arms of Paris
Designed in 1954 by Hugo Grygkar the scarf shows the Arms of Paris with it's Latin motto - Fluctuat nec mirgitur meaning Paris floats but does not sink - referring to the two islands in the centre of Paris, Ile de la Cité and Ile St Louis A great souvenir of Paris