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David Morier peintre suisse Wikidata

Morier, Pierre David 1705?-1770 National Library of France

Morier, David (ca 1705-1770) National Library of Poland

David Morier ISNI

Morier, David (Swiss painter, 1705-1770) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 95772250 (Personal)

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Grenadiers, 46th, 47th and 48th Regiments of Foot, 1751 Wikidata
Grenadiers, Infantry Battalion "Schwartzburg-Rudolstadt" (German) and Walloon Grenadiers (Dutch) Wikidata
Grenadiers, Infantry Regiments 1B "Alt Zastrow", 8A "Diepenbroick" and 7B "Hausz" Wikidata
Grenadiers,Infantry Regiments 3A "Freudemann", 4B "Hugo" and 5B "Hodenberg" Wikidata
Grenadiers, Infantry Regiments 7A "Wangenheim", 5A "Grote" and 6B "Soubiron" Wikidata
Grenadiers, Leib-Regiment and Infantry Regiments 'Seckendorff' and 'Preysing' Wikidata
Henry Herbert, 10th Earl of Pembroke (1734-94) Wikidata
Hussars Attacking a Baggage Wagon Wikidata
James Montagu(e) Wikidata
John, 1st Earl Ligonier (1680-1770) Wikidata
John Manners, Marquess of Granby (1721-1770) Wikidata
Kettledrummer, 1st Horse Wikidata
Maurice, Count of Saxony (1696-1750), called Marshal Saxe, traditionally identified as Wikidata
Palace of the king of Prussia at Berlin [estampe] National Library of France
Palais du roi de Prusse dans Berlin National Library of France
Portraits historique : Mélange. - [ante 1845]. National Library of Poland
Private, 15th (The Duke of Cumberland's) Dragoons Wikidata
Private, 1st Regiment of Cuirassiers 'Hohenzollern-Hechingen' Wikidata
Private, 21st Light Dragoons (Royal Foresters) Wikidata
Private, 3rd King's Own Dragoons Wikidata
Private, 7th Queen's Dragoons, 1751 Wikidata
Private, Regiment of Dragoons "Trips von Bergh" (?) (Dutch) Wikidata
Private, Regiment of horse 4A "Schulzen" Wikidata
Private, Royal Horse Guards (The Blues), 1751 Wikidata
Privates, 119th (Prince's Own) Regiment of Foot, 1762-3 Wikidata
Privates, Austrian (?) "Vrei-Compagnien" Wikidata
A Skirmish between English and French Cavalry Wikidata
Trumpeter, 1st Troop of Horse Guards Wikidata
William, Duke of Cumberland (1721-1765) Wikidata
William Henry Kerr, 4th Marquess of Lothian, about 1712 - 1775. General Wikidata

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