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The Knight stands watch on St. Georges Mount with the banner of England, illustration from The Talisman A Tale of the Crusaders by Sir Walter Scott

by Vedder Simon Harmon

The Knight stands watch on St. Georges Mount with the banner of England, illustration from The Talisman A Tale of the Crusaders by Sir Walter Scott - Vedder Simon Harmon
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The Knight stands watch on St. Georges Mount with the banner of England, illustration from The Talisman A Tale of the Crusaders by Sir Walter Scott - Vedder Simon Harmon

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English: "The Knight stands watch on St. Georges Mount with the banner of England, illustration from The Talisman A Tale of the Crusaders by Sir Walter Scott" oil on Canvas.
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