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Mre. Jean Charles Pierrre Le Noir, chevalier, conseiller d'Etat, lieutenant général de police de la ville, prévôté et vicomté de Paris Scevole eff. inc. ad perfect. similitud. statuæ express, Fernex

Mre. Jean Charles Pierrre Le Noir, chevalier, conseiller d'Etat, lieutenant général de police de la ville, prévôté et vicomté de Paris Scevole eff. inc. ad perfect. similitud. statuæ express, Fernex

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Print shows Jean Charles Pierre Lenoir, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, in medallion on pedestal; includes seven lines of verse by "Mr. Sedainne".
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Printed on pedestal: Présenté par son très humble et très Obéissant Serviteur Bligny Pere 1779.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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01/01/1779
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