File:Arolsen Klebeband 14 011.jpg

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Grafik aus dem Klebeband Nr. 14 der Fürstlich Waldeckschen Hofbibliothek Arolsen

Motiv: "Non sibi sed patriae natus"

(handschriftlicher Zusatz:) M. l'abbé Chauvelin Conseiller au Parlement" (Henri Philippe Chauvelin, 1714-1770)
Date 1762
Source/Photographer http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/fwhb/klebeband14
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