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The crown offered to William and Mary by the Lords and Commons at Whitehall, February 12, 1689, from Illustrations of English and Scottish History Volume II

by (after) Ward, Edgar Melville

The crown offered to William and Mary by the Lords and Commons at Whitehall, February 12, 1689, from Illustrations of English and Scottish History Volume II - (after) Ward, Edgar Melville
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The crown offered to William and Mary by the Lords and Commons at Whitehall, February 12, 1689, from Illustrations of English and Scottish History Volume II - (after) Ward, Edgar Melville

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English: "The crown offered to William and Mary by the Lords and Commons at Whitehall, February 12, 1689, from Illustrations of English and Scottish History Volume II" oil on Canvas.
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