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Marshal Tallard and other French Generals Brought Prisoners to England, four of clubs playing card from a set commemorating the War of the Spanish Succession 1702-13

by Robert Spofforth

Marshal Tallard and other French Generals Brought Prisoners to England, four of clubs playing card from a set commemorating the War of the Spanish Succession 1702-13 - Robert Spofforth
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Marshal Tallard and other French Generals Brought Prisoners to England, four of clubs playing card from a set commemorating the War of the Spanish Succession 1702-13 - Robert Spofforth

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English: "Marshal Tallard and other French Generals Brought Prisoners to England, four of clubs playing card from a set commemorating the War of the Spanish Succession 1702-13" oil on Canvas.
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