Antique late 19th century French silvered bronze figural wax seal desk stamp. Superb casted sculptural figure representing the bust of a woman in opulent Rococo style draped gown, her up-swept hair crowned with flowers and leaves. Likely a profile of Marie Antoinette. Signed Daubrée. The matrix with monogram, appears to be interlaced initials ML or LM. In overall good condition with some wear commensurate with age and use. Stands 2 5/8" tall. Alfred Daubrée (1817-1855) was a French sculptor and bronze maker who worked in Nancy, and then opened a store in the 1850's in Paris where he designed several objects in bronze for Fratin and Cumberworth. His own bronze pieces of art rarely bore his stamp. During the 1867's World Exhibition, Daubree has been named as a famous bronze maker of Paris.