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The Theatre Royal of Italian Opera in London in its Greatest Lustre on 24th January and 3rd March 1824, or The Three Crownings, printed by Charles Hullmandel 1789-1850, 1824

by (after) Pistrucci, Filippo

The Theatre Royal of Italian Opera in London in its Greatest Lustre on 24th January and 3rd March 1824, or The Three Crownings, printed by Charles Hullmandel 1789-1850, 1824 - (after) Pistrucci, Filippo
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The Theatre Royal of Italian Opera in London in its Greatest Lustre on 24th January and 3rd March 1824, or The Three Crownings, printed by Charles Hullmandel 1789-1850, 1824 - (after) Pistrucci, Filippo

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English: "The Theatre Royal of Italian Opera in London in its Greatest Lustre on 24th January and 3rd March 1824, or The Three Crownings, printed by Charles Hullmandel 1789-1850, 1824" oil on Canvas.
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