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Germany. Saxony. Knights

Ware abconterfeyung Welcher Gestalt Vier auf rurer in Leipzig

Habit of Albert Duke of Saxony captain general of the Low Countries in 1489. Albert Duc de Saxe govur. lieutt .& capitaine genl. des Pays Bas.

Habit of the Queen of Poland & Electoress of Saxony in 1700. La Reine de Pologne Electrice de Saxe.

Habit of the King of Poland and Elector of Saxony in 1700. Roy de Pologne Electeur de Saxe.

Habit of a senator of Lepzic in 1577. Sénateur de Leipzig.

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