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Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Tenpio [sic] della pace, Intermedio sesto: Come: rapp. nelle nozze del Sermo. Principe de Toscana, Jan. 1608. Giulio Parigi i. et f

A new map of the upper part of Italy, containing ye principality of Piemont ye Dutchies of Savoy, Milan, Parma, Mantua, Modena, Tuscany, the dominions of ye Pope &c., the Republiques of Venice, Genoa, Lucca &c.

Habit of a citizen's wife in Florence, with a little bonnet, in 1768. Bourgeoise Florentine avec une petite coeffe.

A view of Florence from the Arno

Margeurite Le Comte, des académies de peinture, et de belles letres de Rome, Boulogne, Florence et de Parme

Foeniculum dulce major et albo Semine = Finocchio dolce = Tenouil commmun. [Florence fennel]

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

Italy. Tuscany, 1810-1846.

[Dedication] All'Altezza Imperiale e Reale di Leopoldo II. Arciduca d'Austria, Granduca di Toscana ec. ec. ec.

Costumes de Mazilier et de Mme. Alexis dans Guido et Ginevra: ou La peste de Florence, Opéra

The Loggia di Lanzi, Florence, Italy

Florence, 1300; 1300.

[Cosimo de' Medici]

[Woman in cape and cowl,] Florence, MCCC; [Woman wearing head piece.]

Florentine, 1252.

Florentine.

Magistrate of Florence, MCCC

Mosaik-Bänder an dem Glockenthurm neben dem Dom zu Florenz

Mosaik-Bäuder am Dom zu Frorenz

Mosaik-Fussböden aus Der Kirche S. Giovanni battista zu Florenz

Marmor-Mosaik in den Fenstervertiefungen am Dom zu Florenz

Mosaik-Fussböden in der Kirche S. Giovanni battista zu Florenz

Mosaik-Bäuder am Dom zu Frorenz

Marmor-Mosaik in den Fenstervertiefungen am Dom zu Florenz

Malerei an Gewölbrippen in der Kirche Santa Croce zu Florenz

Mosaik-Fussböden aus der Kirche Or' San Michele zu Florenz

Molerei an Gewölbrippen in der Kirche S. Miniato al monte bei Florenz

Mosaik-Fussböden in der Kirche S. Giovanni battista zu Florenz

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