Charles VII, The Victorious (1403-1461) King of France from 1422. Charles's majestic entry into Paris preceded by his swordbearer; ladies watch from balconies, while doves of peace are released in foreground. Chromolithograph after Monstrelet's Chronicles 16th century. Stock Photo 1746-5270 : Superstock

Charles VII, The Victorious (1403-1461) King of France from 1422. Charles's majestic entry into Paris preceded by his swordbearer; ladies watch from balconies, while doves of peace are released in foreground. Chromolithograph after Monstrelet's Chronicles 16th century.

Stock Photo: 1746-5270 Charles VII, The Victorious (1403-1461) King of France from 1422. Charles's majestic entry into Paris preceded by his swordbearer; ladies watch from balconies, while doves of peace are released in foreground. Chromolithograph after Monstrelet's Chronicles 16th century.

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