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Etanchéité boite Monet Goyon 98cm3

Etanchéité boite Monet Goyon 98cm3

Monet & Goyon

Monet & Goyon

Monet et Goyon

Monet et Goyon

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Monet-Goyon_Poster.jpg

Monet Goyon

Monet Goyon

Monet et Goyon

Monet et Goyon

Monet Goyon

Monet Goyon

monet goyon 1935 - Recherche Google

monet goyon 1935 - Recherche Google

Edouard Martinet at @sladmoregallery. Robin. Bronze, one of an edition of 12 copies, 22 x 32 x 18 cm. LEGS: springs, pieces of costume jewellery; BODY: children’s tricycle fender; FEATHERS: hood ornament of a Citroen; WINGS: petrol tank plates of a 50s motorcycle Monet-Goyon, bike chain guards; TAIL: car part, motorcycle decoration; EYES: marbles; HEAD: two seed scoops, ornaments for bike lights; BEAK: autoscope part, bike ornament.

Edouard Martinet at @sladmoregallery. Robin. Bronze, one of an edition of 12 copies, 22 x 32 x 18 cm. LEGS: springs, pieces of costume jewellery; BODY: children’s tricycle fender; FEATHERS: hood ornament of a Citroen; WINGS: petrol tank plates of a 50s motorcycle Monet-Goyon, bike chain guards; TAIL: car part, motorcycle decoration; EYES: marbles; HEAD: two seed scoops, ornaments for bike lights; BEAK: autoscope part, bike ornament.

https://flic.kr/p/FwBiMS | Monet & Goyon Koehler-Escoffier Type K "MG10" Villiers (1931) | Koehler and Escoffier began to produce motorcycles in 1912 at Magnat-Debon, France. They made some succesful models up to 1000 ccm, and the brand stayed in the market even after another Frech brand, Monet & Goyon, took over. K-E motorcycles have been presented under their own name. After WW2 the production continued, but M&G and K-E models have been identical. Production ceased in 1957 when Mon...

https://flic.kr/p/FwBiMS | Monet & Goyon Koehler-Escoffier Type K "MG10" Villiers (1931) | Koehler and Escoffier began to produce motorcycles in 1912 at Magnat-Debon, France. They made some succesful models up to 1000 ccm, and the brand stayed in the market even after another Frech brand, Monet & Goyon, took over. K-E motorcycles have been presented under their own name. After WW2 the production continued, but M&G and K-E models have been identical. Production ceased in 1957 when Mon...