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date: 16 November 2019

Drapentier, Janlocked

(fl. 1674–1713)
  • Richard Sharp

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Drapentier, Jan (fl. 1674–1713), engraver, was the son of D. Drapentier or Drappentier, a native of Dordrecht, Netherlands, who engraved some medals commemorative of the great events connected with the reign of William and Mary, and also a print with the arms of the governors of ...

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