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  • Claire VILLA LA GLORIETTE  FRANCE ROUEN SEINE MARITIME

    La famille royale en 1782. Anonyme. The Royal Family of France in 1782. La famille royale réunie autour du dauphin Louis-Joseph-Xavier-François en 1782...Afficher la suite – à Le Petit Trianon.

  • Dani Fredrickson

    The Royal family around Louis Joseph, Dauphin of France, in 1782. Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette are in the centre with their son and Marie Therese Charlotte is touching her brother’s foot. The Comte and Comtesse de Provence are to the left, with the Comtesse and Comte D’Artois on the right, along with Madame Elisabeth. Mesdames, Louis’ Aunts, are on the left in the background and the children of the Comte and Comtesse D’Artois are just below them.

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