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Description Illustratie uit “Handbuch der Ritter und Verdienstorden” Maximilian Gritzner Leipzig 1893. Eigen scan.

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Robert Prummel 2 jun 2006 23:53 (CEST)
Date 2006-06-02 (original upload date) Scan van Blz. 100 van het boek "Handbuch der Ritter- und Verdienstorden " uitgegeven 1893 tekening van de in 1902 overleden Maximilian Gritzner. Robert Prummel 10 jul 2008 16:40 (CEST)
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