23 February 2006
A French white marble bust of a lady
In the manner of Houdon, Late 19th Century
Loosely draped, on a circular spreading marble socle; unsigned
30½ in. (77 cm.) high
The Linke family, from their private apartment at 32, quai Henri IV, Paris.
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