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Visions penned by the 18th century king of Prussia

Past Visions, a visual archive of Frederick William IV’s, shows thousands of drawings penned by the Prussian king. Frederick William IV of Prussia (1795 – 1861) left a collection of… Tags: documents, sketches
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