1 April 2008
FOUR VARIOUS STAINED-GLASS FRAGMENTARY PANELS
17TH CENTURY AND LATER
One armorial roundel, inscribed C.125; A rectangular panel depicting a nobleman, dated 1608 and with paper label inscribed VADUZ; A rectangular panel with a coat of arms; And a rectangular panel with circular religious scene
36 cm. high x 58 cm. wide and smaller (4)
Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1999.
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E. Poeschel, Die Kunstdenkmäler des Fürstentums Liechtenstein, Basel, 1950, p. 218, no.A.4.
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