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J. Pofselwhite

Title Portrait of Sir William Jones (1746-1794)
Date 19th century
Medium steel engraving

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  • 6 februari 2005 kl. 12.25 . . Rudolf 1922 (Diskussion | Bidrag | Blockera) . . 860×1345 (80 250 bytes) (Porträtt av sir William Jones, 1700-talet. {{PD}})


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