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File:Karl IV. (HRR).jpg


Artist Anonymous ( Cologne)
Title Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor.
Date circa 1360-1370
Medium Tempera on plaster
Dimensions Height: 127 cm (50 in). Width: 80 cm (31.5 in).
Accession number Dep. 0268
Object history

between circa 1360 and circa 1859: Hanssaal, Rathaus, Cologne
1859: acquired by Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne
1939: ownership transferred to Stadtkonservator, Cologne

1955: lent to the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne,
Inscriptions Jr suelt des ryches noet besinnen wael up verlies ind up gewinnen
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