Portrait of Benjamin Franklin (Martin or Savage copy), before 1916
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Franklin wears a vermilion coat without gold braid. The table cover and chair are green. The painting is said to have come from the collection of Lady Larking of Bournemouth, a Lady-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria. It is described in the catalogue of the collection of John Anderson, Jr., sold through the American Art Association auctions, New York, April 9, 1916.
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