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Français : Ferdinand IV du Saint-Empire
English: Ferdinand IV, King of the Romans. Coat of arms. Symmetrical ornamentation: eagles, curtains, cornucopias. Sword, sceptre. Nice female winged sphinxes, with claws though.
Nederlands: Ferdinand IV van Hongarije
Source Anselmus van Hulle: Les hommes illustres qui ont vécu dans le XVII. siecle: les principaux potentats, princes, ambassadeurs et plenipotentiaires qui ont assisté aux conferences de Munster et d'Osnabrug avec leurs armes et devises / dessinez et peints au naturel par le fameux Anselme van Hulle, peintre de Frederic Henri de Nassau, Prince D'Orange, et gravez par les plus habiles maîtres. Publisher: David Mortier, Amsterdam. 131 p. Translation of: Celeberrimi ad pacificandum christiani nominis orbem: legati Monasterium et Osmabrugas, ex omni pene gentium nationumque genere missi; ad vivum Anselmi van Hulle penicillo expressi, eiusque cura et aere, per insigniores huius aevi sculptores caelo repraesentati.- Antverpiae: apud Danielem Middelerium, 1648
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