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Chasseurs a Cheval
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Chasseurs a Cheval
Palais Ideal
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Palais Ideal
Worth Fashion House 1890
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Worth Fashion House 1890
Richard I / Chic Cheval
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Richard I / Chic Cheval
The Battle of Fleurus on June 26, 1794: Battle won by General Jean-Baptiste (Jean Baptiste) Jourdan (1762-1833) over the Austrian army, Painting by Jean Baptiste Mauzaisse (1784 - 1844), 1837, Oil on canvas, 4.65 x 5.43m Featured Image

The Battle of Fleurus on June 26, 1794: Battle won by General Jean-Baptiste (Jean Baptiste) Jourdan (1762-1833) over the Austrian army, Painting by Jean Baptiste Mauzaisse (1784 - 1844), 1837, Oil on canvas, 4.65 x 5.43m

JLJ4584766 The Battle of Fleurus on June 26, 1794: Battle won by General Jean-Baptiste (Jean Baptiste) Jourdan (1762-1833) over the Austrian army, Painting by Jean Baptiste Mauzaisse (1784 - 1844), 1837, Oil on canvas, 4.65 x 5.43m. - The Battle of Fleurus, 26 June 1794: Battle won by the general Jean-Baptiste (Jean Baptiste) Jourdan (1762-1833) on the Austrian army, Painting by Jean Baptiste Mauzaisse (1784-1844), 1837, Oil on canvas. 4, 65 x 5, 43 m, Versailles, chateaux of Versailles and Trianon by Mauzaisse, Jean Baptiste (1784-1844); Musee et Domaine National de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles, France; (add.info.: The Battle of Fleurus on June 26, 1794: Battle won by General Jean-Baptiste (Jean Baptiste) Jourdan (1762-1833) over the Austrian army, Painting by Jean Baptiste Mauzaisse (1784 - 1844), 1837, Oil on canvas, 4.65 x 5.43m. - The Battle of Fleurus, 26 June 1794: Battle won by the general Jean-Baptiste (Jean Baptiste) Jourdan (1762-1833) on the Austrian army, Painting by Jean Baptiste Mauzaisse (1784-1844), 1837, Oil on canvas. 4, 65 x 5, 43 m, Versailles, chateaux of Versailles and Trianon); Photo © Photo Josse

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A Trip to Scarbro: A coach overladen with luggage and passengers drives into a pond. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Thomas Rowlandson, aquatint by J. Bluck, after a sketch by J Featured Image

A Trip to Scarbro: A coach overladen with luggage and passengers drives into a pond. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Thomas Rowlandson, aquatint by J. Bluck, after a sketch by J

FLO4690639 A Trip to Scarbro: A coach overladen with luggage and passengers drives into a pond. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Thomas Rowlandson, aquatint by J. Bluck, after a sketch by J. Green from Poetical Sketches of Scarborough, Ackermann, London, 1813. by Rowlandson, Thomas (1756-1827); (add.info.: A Trip to Scarbro: A coach overladen with luggage and passengers drives into a pond. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Thomas Rowlandson, aquatint by J. Bluck, after a sketch by J. Green from Poetical Sketches of Scarborough, Ackermann, London, 1813.); © Florilegius

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Aimery de Guillaume Berard, French knight, condottiere and commander of the Florentine army at the battle of Campaldino, 1289. from 'French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days, ' Massard, Mifliez, Paris, 1834 Featured Image

Aimery de Guillaume Berard, French knight, condottiere and commander of the Florentine army at the battle of Campaldino, 1289. from "French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days, " Massard, Mifliez, Paris, 1834

FLO4674037 Aimery de Guillaume Berard, French knight, condottiere and commander of the Florentine army at the battle of Campaldino, 1289. from "French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days, " Massard, Mifliez, Paris, 1834. by Massard, Leopold (1812-1889); (add.info.: Aimery de Guillaume Berard, French knight, condottiere and commander of the Florentine army at the battle of Campaldino, 1289. He wears a helmet, chainmail suit of armour, tunic with fleurs de liys on blue, cuisses and greaves, shoes and spurs. He is armed with a shield (buckler), sword and dagger called a misericorde. His horse has a white caparison. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Leopold Massard from "French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days" Massard, Mifliez, Paris, 1834. Baillie de Narbonne; Amerigo di Narbona); © Florilegius

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Le Roi a cheval (engraving)
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Le Roi a cheval (engraving)

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