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File:The sarcophagus of king Frederick V of Denmark 1783 by J.F. Clemens.djvu

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English: The sarcophagus of king Frederick V of Denmark-Norway, designed by Johannes Wiedewelt. Wiedewelt and Caspar Frederik Harsdorff are seen to the left in the picture.
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Source Royal Library, Copenhagen
Author Johann Friderich Clemens (1748-1831)

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