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Oath of the King the Queen the Nation and the National Guard at the Festival of the Federation

by Dubois

Oath of the King the Queen the Nation and the National Guard at the Festival of the Federation - Dubois
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Oath of the King the Queen the Nation and the National Guard at the Festival of the Federation - Dubois

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English: "Oath of the King the Queen the Nation and the National Guard at the Festival of the Federation" oil on Canvas.
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Dubois

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