|Name in the local language||Arthus-Bertrand|
|Dates of operation||1803-date|
|See also||Wikidata (Q3278594)|
Arthus-Bertrand is a maker of medals and decorations. It was founded in Paris in 1803 by Claude Arthus-Bertrand, an army officer during the French Revolution. Artists who have designed for the firm include Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (sculptor of the Statue of Liberty) and Fernand Léger.
Un précieux savoir-faire entretenu depuis 200 ans. Retrieved 5 March 2021 from the official website of Arthus Bertrand Paris.