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English: Prince Henry Frederick, eldest son of James VI & I and Anne of Denmark, (Palazzo Reale, Turin).
Français : Le Prince Henri-Frédéric Stuart, fils aîné de Jacques Ier d'Angleterre et de Anne de Danemark.
Date c.1608.


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