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Charles-Alexis-Henri Clerel de Tocqueville (1805-5 Poster
XIR57987 Charles-Alexis-Henri Clerel de Tocqueville (1805-59) 1850 (oil on canvas) by Chasseriau, Theodore (1819-56); 163x130 cm; Chateau de Versailles, France; Giraudon; French, out of copyright

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18" x 24" $14 $17 $30 $104 $99
24" x 32" $19 $25 $44 $149 $129
30" x 40" $26 $35 $62 $220 $189
36" x 48" $35 $47 $86 $301 $259

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