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PROPERTY FORMERLY OF THE HABSBURG IMPERIAL FAMILY

Northern Italian or Tyrolean, probably Piedmont, 19th century
In Gothic style
HOUSE ALTAR WITH THE VIRGIN AND ANGELS
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196

PROPERTY FORMERLY OF THE HABSBURG IMPERIAL FAMILY

Northern Italian or Tyrolean, probably Piedmont, 19th century
In Gothic style
HOUSE ALTAR WITH THE VIRGIN AND ANGELS
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Northern Italian or Tyrolean, probably Piedmont, 19th century
In Gothic style
HOUSE ALTAR WITH THE VIRGIN AND ANGELS
wood, in a glazed fabric lined wood case, with a loose rosary
altar: 92cm., 36¼in.
case: 98 by 39 by 22cm., 38 5/8  by 15 3/8  by 8¾in.
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Provenance

Archduke Heinrich Anton of Austria (1828-1891);
gifted to Antonia Maria Infanta of Portugal (1845-1913), daughter of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, King of Portugal and Maria II da Gloria Braganza, Queen of Portugal;
thence by descent to her son, Wilhelm, Prince of Hohenzollern (1864-1927), son of Antonio Maria and Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern (1835-1905);
gifted by Prince Wilhelm to Maria Raineria von Waidek, Princess of Campofranco (1872-1936), daughter of Archduke Heinrich of Austria

The above information is confirmed by a letter from the Obersthofmeisterin (head of Prince Wilhelm of Hohenzollern’s court), Countess Matuschka.

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