13 - 14 December 2000
Clelia Grillo Borromeo (m.1777), bronzo, 91mm., opus Antonio Selvi, 1753, busto a sinistra, rov. GLORIA GENVENSIVM MDCCLIII, Minerva seduta (Mazz.11, CC, 1; Rizz.1385; VT 226), fusione tarda, cesellata, BB
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Clelia Grillo, dei duchi di Mondragone, sposò Giovanni Benedetto Borromeo, che era un membro del collegio milanese dei sessanta decurioni.
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