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Portrait d'aprés nature du Sr. Humbert, Compagnon Horloger, natif de Langres, qui a monté le deuxieme à l'assaut à la prise de la Bastille, le mardi 14 Juillet 1789

Portrait d'aprés nature du Sr. Humbert, Compagnon Horloger, natif de Langres, qui a monté le deuxieme à l'assaut à la prise de la Bastille, le mardi 14 Juillet 1789

 
 
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Print shows Sr. Humbert and Sr. Harné, a grenadier in the French Guards, leaders, respectively, of the second and first assaults on the Bastille, 14 July 1789, half-length portrait, facing each other, each in ovals of laurel branches.
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Caption continues: Portrait d'aprés nature du Sr. Harné, natif de Dôle en Franche Comté, Grenadier aux Gardes Françoises qui amonté le premier à l'assaut et a arreté le gouverneur de la Bastille, le mardi 14 Juillet 1789.
Possibly purchased from William Holland in 1790. Source: Kate Heard, Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle.
de Vinck, 1645
Blum, 92
Forms part of: French Political Cartoon Collection (Library of Congress).

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