Beautiful poster for the national lottery and the slice of the supply of the disaster victims in 1944.
The French National Lottery is the distant heir of the Royal Lottery of France, which was managed by the General Administration of Lotteries.
This lottery was created by decree on July 22, 1933, to help war invalids, veterans and victims of agricultural disasters.
After the war, the draw became weekly. Special instalments appeared on Valentine's Day, Mother's Day and Friday the 13th. Severely challenged by the tiercé, created in 1954, the issuers joined forces in 1974 within an economic interest grouping to launch a new game, the Loto, two years later, now organized by the Française des Jeux, heir to the Loterie Nationale.
Economy - War 39-45
Portion of the Disaster Supply
Imprimerie Industrial Society Levallois
Good condition, folds
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