The Waterfall of the Plat-à-Barbe falls from Mont Doré (Auvergne), France. It is a source of the Dordogne River, which feeds the Gironde - it water Bordeaux vineyards.. It is even harder to translate - aplat-à-barbewas a tool to flatten and efficiently wash a beard by abarber, which this waterfall vaguely resembles. History, etymology, nature, and a bit about wine in one place - what a conversation piece!
Publisher unknown c.1900
Weighs 0.5oz and measures 7 x 3.5 inches.