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Stock Photo: Shopfront of a lottery office, 63 rue de Grenelle St. Germain, Paris, circa 1800. Handcoloured lithograph from Hector-Martin Lefuel's "Boutiques Parisiennes du Premier Empire," (Parisian Stores of the First Empire), Paris, Albert Morance, 1925. The lithographs were reproduced from watercolors by the French architect Hector-Martin Lefuel (1810-1880), famous for his work on the completion of the Louvre and Fontainebleau.
Stock Photo: 4409-84289 Shopfront of a lottery office, 63 rue de Grenelle St. Germain, Paris, circa 1800. Handcoloured lithograph from Hector-Martin Lefuel's "Boutiques Parisiennes du Premier Empire," (Parisian Stores of the First Empire), Paris, Albert Morance, 1925. The lithographs were reproduced from watercolors by the French architect Hector-Martin Lefuel (1810-1880), famous for his work on the completion of the Louvre and Fontainebleau.