Macron mugs: France’s Elysee Palace moves into memorabilia


PARIS (Reuters) – Royal mugs are a time-honored tradition in Britain, while the White House has sold memorabilia for decades. Now France is getting in on the act, with the Elysee Palace offering presidential mugs and key rings for sale for the first time.

French President Emmanuel Macron walks back to his office at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, September 12, 2018. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

The foray into trinket-selling was authorized by President Emmanuel Macron, whose portrait adorns a poster costing 9.90 euros ($11.60), one of a host of items on offer to collectors, Macron fans,…



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