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File:Philippe II Auguste.jpg

Français : Philippe II Auguste sur son trône, une fleur de lis dans la main droite. Armes de France, écu fleurdelisé.

Jean Du Tillet, Recueil des Rois de France, vers 1555-1566. Bibliothèque Nationale de France.

Peinture réalisée d'après l'image gravée sur le grand sceau du roi. Un médaillon, au milieu de la partie inférieure de la bordure, présente l'image du contre-sceau royal.
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