Rare Hotel Key & Fob Beauvau Marseille Paris Hotel Room 310. On one side of solid heavy brass, Fob stamped: Hotel Beauvau Marseille - 13. The other side stamped Room # 310. The Key & Fob is attached together with heavy thick brass rings. It is authentic & original.We do not know the exact year that it was made. This piece is a nice addition to your collection. Fob measures: 3-1/4" L x 1-7/8" W; Weights. 4.4 oz / 125 Gr. CONDITION: ITEM SHOWS SOME SCRATCHES, AND DISCOLORATION MARKS, AS SHOWN IN. The Place Beauvau is best known for the hôtel de Beauvau, built by the architect Nicolas Le Camus de Mézières around 1770 for the prince, Charles Juste de Beauvau-Craon. However, Victor Fialin, the Duke of Persigny, who was Minister of the Interior under Napoléon III, arranged for his ministry to be moved from the Rue de Grenelle, in the 7th arrondissement, to this location. The hôtel de Beauvau has housed the Ministry of the Interior since 1861, and "Place Beauvau" is often used by French news-gathering organizations as shorthand for that Ministry as, say, one might use "Downing Street" in referring to the British prime minister. The buildings to the north of the square are devoted to various services of the ministry. The item "Rare Paris Hotel Key & Fob Chain Brass Beauvau Marseille Hotel Room 310" is in sale since Monday, October 30, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Hotel & Motel\Room Keys". The seller is "ladybug533" and is located in Lancaster, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.