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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Latin Text Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 76 pictures in our Latin Text collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


South America (America Meridionalis): from the Atlas of Gerardus Mercator, 1633, (1936). Artist: Gerardus Mercator Featured Print

South America (America Meridionalis): from the Atlas of Gerardus Mercator, 1633, (1936). Artist: Gerardus Mercator

South America (America Meridionalis): from the Atlas of Gerardus Mercator, 1633, (1936). Published at Antwerp by Hondius From The Connoisseur, Vol. 98, edited by H. Granville Fell. [International Studio, London, 1936]

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The Burial of Etienne Chevalier, c1455, (1939). Artist: Jean Fouquet Featured Print

The Burial of Etienne Chevalier, c1455, (1939). Artist: Jean Fouquet

The Burial of Etienne Chevalier, c1455, (1939). Etienne Chevalier (c.1410 in Melun - 1474) was a major civil servant of the French kings Charles VII and Louis XI. The illustration is part of the manuscript Livre d'heures d'Etienne Chevalier by Jean Fouquet. Forty pages of it (including this work) are held by the Musee Conde, Chantilly, France. From Verve - Nos. 5-6, July-October 1939. [Verve, France, 1939]

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The Saxon Order of the Crown, c19th century Featured Print

The Saxon Order of the Crown, c19th century

The Saxon Order of the Crown'. The Order of the Rue Crown is a Dynastic order of the Kingdom of Saxony. It is named after the green floral crown of rue of the Coat of arms of Saxony. The order was founded in 1807 by the first King of Saxony, Frederick Augustus I (1750-1827), whose crowned monogram appears in the centre of the medallion. On its reverse the motto of the order PROVIDENTIAE MEMOR

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