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Feodor Nikititsch Romanow s. Philaret Mosquens et omn. Russiar, Patriarcha, Michaelis, Russ. zar parens

Feodor Nikititsch Romanow s. Philaret Mosquens et omn. Russiar, Patriarcha, Michaelis, Russ. zar parens

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Print shows Fedor Nikitich Romanov, Filaret, Patriarch of Russia, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, in medallion on pedestal with nameplate. He was the father of Michael (Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov), Czar of Russia, 1596-1645.
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Blind stamp at bottom center.
Inscribed in pencil on verso: L.C. 42540.
Inscribed in pencil on verso: May 8 1905.
Stamped on verso: L.C. Division of Prints.
Possibly a commemorative souvenir print.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).





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