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Lithograph by H. Gérard, depicting a face in a street in Waterloo with the grave of the British soldier Edward Stables. Stables died during the battle. Part of an album with twelve plates with faces from ca. 1840-1846 of the area where the battle of Waterloo took place on June 18, 1815. The lithograph comes from the work 'Collection de douze vues de Waterloo.', Brussels, c. 1845. Dim. 14.7 x 21.6 (outer outline). Sources: Rijksmuseum, 2014; The McGill University Napoleon Collection, 2014.
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