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Grotto in Berg, Terra Nova in Distance, Taylor and Wright (interior), January 5th 1911 and more art by Herbert G. Ponting

Grotto in Berg, Terra Nova in Distance, Taylor and Wright (interior), January 5th 1911, 1911
118 x 88 cm (h x w)
GBP 13 500
Platinum Print on 100% cotton paper
for sale

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