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Blood and his Accomplices Making their Escape after Stealing the Crown of Charles II, 1793

by T. Simpson

Blood and his Accomplices Making their Escape after Stealing the Crown of Charles II, 1793 - T. Simpson
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Blood and his Accomplices Making their Escape after Stealing the Crown of Charles II, 1793 - T. Simpson

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English: "Blood and his Accomplices Making their Escape after Stealing the Crown of Charles II, 1793" oil on Canvas.
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