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Panoramic View of the Malakoff Tower and Out Works, the Redan Battery, the Mamelon and the Quarries, pub. 1855 by Stannard and Dixon

by Thomas Packer

Panoramic View of the Malakoff Tower and Out Works, the Redan Battery, the Mamelon and the Quarries, pub. 1855 by Stannard and Dixon - Thomas Packer
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Panoramic View of the Malakoff Tower and Out Works, the Redan Battery, the Mamelon and the Quarries, pub. 1855 by Stannard and Dixon - Thomas Packer

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English: "Panoramic View of the Malakoff Tower and Out Works, the Redan Battery, the Mamelon and the Quarries, pub. 1855 by Stannard and Dixon" oil on Canvas.
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