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Krampus and St. Nicholas from the journal of Carl Wall Decal
XAM77348 Krampus and St. Nicholas from the journal of Carl Baumann written 1813-25 (w/c) by Paumgarrten, Franz (19th century); watercolour on paper; Heeresgeschichtliches Museum, Vienna, Austria; Aust

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