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[Germany] [Count D'Armensberg.]
[Germany] [Count D'Armensberg.] [Pencil inscription:] Count D'Armensberg Member of the Regency...Prime Minister..Otho of Greece.
Hanfstaengl ft. 1830. [facsimile under image.] I.M. Epmann.
[n.d. c.1832.]
Lithograph, very scarce. 379 x 330mm. 15 x 13".
Josef Ludwig von Armansperg (1878-1853), the Interior and Finance Minister from 1826-1828, and the Foreign and Finance Minister from 1828-1831 under King Ludwig I. When Otto, King Ludwig's son, took the throne in 1832, von Armansperg was made the President of the Privy Council and Prime Minister of the new government. From a collection relating to the Greek War of Independence, Otto I and Bavaria.
[Ref: 27799]   £340.00  
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[Otto I.]
[Otto I.]
Hanfstaengl ft. 1832. [facsimile under image.] I.M. Epmann.
[n.d. c.1832.]
Lithograph. 495 x 355mm. 19½ x 14". Slight creasing.
Otto (1815-1867), a royal prince of Bavaria who became the first modern King of Greece in 1832 under the Convention of London. From a collection relating to the Greek War of Independence, Otto I and Bavaria.
[Ref: 27798]   £340.00  
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[Germany] [General Heidegger.]
[Germany] [General Heidegger.] [pencil inscription:] Member of the Greek Regency, Com.-in-Chef of the Bavarian Troops in Greece.
Hanfstaengl fc 1831 [facsimile under image.] I.M. Epmann.
[n.d. c.1831.]
Lithograph, very scarce. 419 x 335mm. 16½ x 13¼".
Carl Wilhelm von Heideck (1788-1861), the military officer, philhellene and a Bavarian painter. From a collection relating to the Greek War of Independence, Otto I and Bavaria.
[Ref: 27794]   £320.00  
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