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Rhenish Cast Iron Museum 2 Landes- u. Industriegeschichte [2.346]
Maria Elisabeth Remy (Rheinisches Eisenkunstguss-Museum CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Rheinisches Eisenkunstguss-Museum (CC BY-NC-SA)

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Fotografie eines Ölgemäldes mit dem Bildnis der Maria Elisabeth Remy geb. Hoffmann (1711-1771), Tochter des Eisen- und Stahlhändlers Johann Philipp Hoffmann aus Hachenburg, die 1728 den Hüttenmeister und Unternehmer Wilhelm Remy (1702-1761) in Bendorf heiratete.

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Fotografie, Holzrahmen

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BxHxT: 121 x 150 x 15 mm

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Rhenish Cast Iron Museum

Object from: Rhenish Cast Iron Museum

The „Rheinisches Eisenkunstguss-Museum“, (Rhenish Museum of Ornamental Cast Iron) displays its important collection in the light and airy rooms...

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