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Game of Chance- 'General, do not speak constantly of the cavalry manoeuvres to that gentleman, he is a croupier in Monaco', p. 629 from 'L'Assiette Au Beurre', pub. 4th Jan. 1902

by (Emmanuel Poire) Caran d'Ache

Game of Chance-
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English: "Game of Chance- 'General, do not speak constantly of the cavalry manoeuvres to that gentleman, he is a croupier in Monaco', p. 629 from 'L'Assiette Au Beurre', pub. 4th Jan. 1902" oil on Canvas.
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1902

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(Emmanuel Poire) Caran d'Ache

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