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Title: The Arms of William and Mary
Possibly Daniel Marot the Elder (French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Possibly Johannes Christoph Lotijn (Dutch, active 1686–1700)
Woven under the direction of Hieronymus Le Clerc (active 1676–1719) for William III of England (r. 1688–1702)
Commissioned for William III (William of Orange) (born 1650)
Culture: Flemish, Brussels
Medium: Wool, silk, metal thread (20 warps per inch, 9 per cm.)
Dimensions: H. 117 x W. 91 inches (297.2 x 231.1 cm)
Credit Line: Samuel D. Lee Fund, 1936
Accession Number: 36.57
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