London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
SOUVENIR DE L'EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE DE 1867 PARIS
a printed fan, the leaf a hand-coloured lithograph, recto: View Prise du Trocadero, a bird's eye view of the Exhibition showing the theatre which doubles as the fan stall, verso: Les Douze Portes du Champ de Mars, a plan of the exhibiton, Alp. Guilletat, Dessinateur, 48 Rue de Paris, Belleville, Lith. Truillot, 21 Rue Grange-aux-Belles, wooden sticks,--10.5in. (26.6cm), 1867
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