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Audience Hall, Cochin China, plate 88 from Le Costume Ancien et Moderne by Jules Ferrario, engraved by Gaetano Zancon 1771-1816 published c.1820s-30s

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Audience Hall, Cochin China, plate 88 from Le Costume Ancien et Moderne by Jules Ferrario, engraved by Gaetano Zancon 1771-1816 published c.1820s-30s - Alessandro Sanquirico
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Audience Hall, Cochin China, plate 88 from Le Costume Ancien et Moderne by Jules Ferrario, engraved by Gaetano Zancon 1771-1816 published c.1820s-30s - Alessandro Sanquirico

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English: "Audience Hall, Cochin China, plate 88 from Le Costume Ancien et Moderne by Jules Ferrario, engraved by Gaetano Zancon 1771-1816 published c.1820s-30s" oil on Canvas.
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