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The assassination of Henry IV, King of France, 1610: a tumultuous scene on the streets of Paris, in which the King's coach is stuck in traffic and the assassin fatally wounds the King in his coach. Etching by J. and C. Luyken.
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The assassination of Henry IV, King of France, 1610: a tumultuous scene on the streets of Paris, in which the King's coach is stuck in traffic and the assassin fatally wounds the King in his coach. Etching by J. and C. Luyken., result 1 of 1

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The assassination of Henry IV, King of France, 1610: a tumultuous scene on the streets of Paris, in which the King's coach is stuck in traffic and the assassin fatally wounds the King in his coach. Etching by J. and C. Luyken.
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Moord van Hendrik de Vierde. Hendrik de Vierde. Bygenaamt de Groote in syn karos vermoort in de straat van de Yser-winkels, soo als de karos door eenige belemmering van wagens, en rumoer van't volk, opgehouden wierd, door Francois Ravaillac, op vrydag den
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