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File:Armes Mortsauf Comedie Humaine par Ida du Chasteleer.jpg


English: Armoiries imaginaires des MORTSAUF, dessinées et peintes par Ida du Chasteller épouse Visart de Bocarmé, pour la Comédie Humaine de Balzac. Conservée dans la collection Lovenjoul.
Date vers 1840
Source Collection Lovenjoul, lithographie vers 1840, publiée dans: Balzac, Le lys dans la Vallée, éd. Garnier Frères, 1966, p. CXI. (Short citation of a public domain source)
Author Yda du Chasteleer vers 1840, scannage personnel


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