I have never grown this rose either, nor have I known anyone who has. Arkansasrose is right, it is a very obscure rose because of it's age, although the older roses are coming back.
Reveil Dijonnais is a climbing hybrid tea that was bred by Emmanuel Buatois in France in 1931. It's parentage is Eugen Furst X Constance, and there are twelve roses in it's bloodline. It's semi-double flower is 3.9 inches, and is bright crimson overlaid with bright yellow to blend into orange with a golden yellow centre. The petal backs, and edges are also yellow, and the flowers are borne in clusters of up to five.
This rose has a medium and fruity scent, and some repeat blooms. It is known to grow to 10 feet tall, with leaves that are thick, glossy and bronzy green. It has thick brown stems with short prickles. It is prone to black spot, and does not do well in damp, wet conditions, but is somewhat shade tolerant.
This rose is in the catalogue for sale at the Sequoia Nursery, in Visalia, California under their supplemental rose list. https://www.sequoianursery.biz/index.html
Hope this is of some help and you find what you need! Best of Luck!