[St Germain en Laye du Costé du Jardin] [graphic] / [around 1620 to 1695].

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George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820,. [St Germain en Laye du Costé du Jardin] [graphic] /

[St Germain en Laye du Costé du Jardin] [graphic] / [around 1620 to 1695].

View of the palace and its garden at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, with a fountain in a circular basin at centre and shaped flower beds either side. Titled and lettered "avec Privil" in ink (proof impression?).

1 print : etching ; 210 x 302 mm.

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