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Sir Briggs, horse of Lord Tredegar 1831-1913 of the 17th Lancers, in Camp in Crimea 1854, 1856

by Alfred F. De Prades

Sir Briggs, horse of Lord Tredegar 1831-1913 of the 17th Lancers, in Camp in Crimea 1854, 1856 - Alfred F. De Prades
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Sir Briggs, horse of Lord Tredegar 1831-1913 of the 17th Lancers, in Camp in Crimea 1854, 1856 - Alfred F. De Prades

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English: "Sir Briggs, horse of Lord Tredegar 1831-1913 of the 17th Lancers, in Camp in Crimea 1854, 1856" oil on Canvas.
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1856

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Alfred F. De Prades

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