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GEVREY CHAMBERTIN - Maison Neigeon-Chauveau - Expédition de fûts neufs

GEVREY CHAMBERTIN - Maison Neigeon-Chauveau - Expédition de fûts neufs - très bon état - Cartes postales anciennes - Clément Maréchal (Achat-Vente-Expertise-Estimation-Partage Successions) boutique-magasin en ligne

GEVREY CHAMBERTIN - Maison Neigeon-Chauveau - Expédition de fûts neufs

Alsace  vendanges

Alsace vendanges

La fete de l'etre supreme - Robespierre's "Supreme Being".

Das Lied in der französischen Revolution

Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin, 1738

The laundress, Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin 1735

Richard III at the Blue Boar Inn by John Fulleylove. Richard III left Leicester on 21 August 1485 and died in the battle the following day.

Richard III painting sold at auction

Victorian painting of Richard III leaving the Blue Boar Inn in Leistershire the day before he was killed at Bosworth Field. Richard's own emblem was the white boar.

Jean-François de Troy (1679-1752), The Oyster Lunch

Telemann - Concerto for recorder & flute in E minor (TWV

War in the Vendee.  French Revolution.

The Jacobins were the most famous and influential political club in the development of the French Revolution

Inns in Regency England | Jane Austen Sequels Weblog

Inns in Regency England

Historical and Regency Romance UK -- Inns in Regency England (Image is of an inn room)

La fin des vendanges est toujours l'occasion de grandes fêtes.

La fin des vendanges est toujours l'occasion de grandes fêtes.

The Last Banquet of the Girondins

The Last Banquet of the Girondins

Image result for pierre de crescens

Image result for pierre de crescens

Martin Drolling (1752-1817): Fortune teller

The Fortune Teller Elena Flerova Russian)

The Republican Marriage (Execution Method)

The Republican Marriage (Execution Method)

Marchand de vin rouge, illustration extraite du Tacuinum sanitatis (Tableau de santé)...

Marchand de vin rouge, illustration extraite du Tacuinum sanitatis (Tableau de santé)...

Napoleons abdication 6th of April 1814; written and signed at Fountainebleau castle south of Paris: —Assuming that the Allies are not faithful to their commitments to me.  I revoke my abdication.  I waived my rights to the crown to spare France the horrors of civil war, having never had any other purpose than its happiness and glory.  They can take away my pain, but I challenge them to take away the heart of my soldiers: I can still do great things with them.

via ✍ Bibliophilia Napoléon Bonapartes abdication document, April 1814

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