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François Eugene de savoye chevlier de lordre de la toison d'or genl de l'armee de l'empereur en Italie né 18 Oct. 1663 Ka. P. gravé par E. Desrochers et sevent chés lui a Paris rue S. Jacque au Mecenas

François Eugene de savoye chevlier de lordre de la toison d'or genl de l'armee de l'empereur en Italie né 18 Oct. 1663 Ka. P. gravé par E. Desrochers et sevent chés lui a Paris rue S. Jacque au Mecenas

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Print shows Prince Eugene of Savoy, head-and-shoulders portrait, turned to the left, facing front, wearing armor, in oval on pedestal with four lines of verse printed below.
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Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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01/01/1736
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