Statue of Louis XIV taken down in the Place des Victoires

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Statue of Louis XIV taken down in the Place des Victoires, 11, 12, 13, August 1792. Drawn by Prieur, engraved by Berthault. Published in Historical paintings of the French Revolution: or analysis of major events that took place in France since the first assembly of notables held in Versailles in 1787, engraved by Jean Duplessi-Bertaux, Volume One; published in Paris, France, 1817.

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