Item 2027 - Sully

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Sully

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CA ON00239 F01424-2027

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  • [1600] (Creation)

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1 print : electro-steel engraved ; 15.5 x 22.6 cm.

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Item is an top-half, electro-steel engraved portrait of Earl Sully; Fench Statesman (b.1560-d.1641). Engraved by W. Holl from an painting by an unknown artist in the private collection of Louis-Philippe, King of the French and under the supervision of the society for the diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

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Fench Statesman.b.1560-d.1641.

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Final

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Full

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  • Folder: V009-PGc-1170