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    Sale 5441

    La Strada Romana - Works of Art from a Private Roman Collection

    14 May 2008, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 301

    GERMAN SCHOOL, 19th century

    Price Realised  


    GERMAN SCHOOL, 19th century
    A Hanovarian coat-of-arms with the Order of the Garter
    oil on canvas
    39¼ x 31½ in. (100 x 80 cm.)

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    Saleroom Notice

    The arms are those of Wilhelm Maximillian, Duke of Brunswick, (1830-1884).
    Proprietor of the Duchy of Oels in Silesia by a convention with his brother 13 January 1824, assumed the govt of the Duchy of brunswick provisionally following his brother's flight 7 September 1830 and definitively at the request of the German Diet 25 April 1831, KG 1831, Hanoverian Field Marshal and Prussian Cavalry Gen, b. brunswick 25 April 1806; dunm at Schloss Sibyllenort, nr Breslau 18 October 1884 (bur Brunswick Cathedral), when the senior line of the House of Guelf became extinct.