Death of Benjamin Franklin

17 April 1790

Portrait of Freemason Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790). Oil on canvas

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    Portrait bust of Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States of America (1743-1826).


    Louis XVI, King of France, born 1754, died under the guillotine 1793. The King is shown here in his coronation robes with the order of the Saint Esprit. Canvas, 275,5 x 193,5 cm, 1779 Inv. 3444


    Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790) writing. The sculpture was made when Franklin served as Ambassador of the United States to France. Bronze


    Models which served in Benjamin Franklin's lightening rod experiments: bottle (second from right)is a stencil plate; the other three objects were part of the "storm- house" demonstration to show the efficiency of the lightening rod.


    Vacuum pump used by Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) for his scientific experiments in electricity.


    Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and France, signed on February 6, 1778. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) was U.S. Ambassador to France from 1776-1785 and was instrumental in forming the alliance between the two countries.


    Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) was US-Ambassador to France from 1776 to 1785. A letter to Mme. Helvetius, widow of the philosopher Claude-Adrien Helvetius, who had been Master of the Lodge "Aux Neuf Soeurs", concerning the reception of Voltaire into the lodge.


    The "Louisiana Purchase" treaty, by which France sold the Overseas Territory to the United States. Signed April 30, 1803. In the background a map of the City of New Orleans.

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    George Washington,first president of the United States (1732-1799) Terracotta, H:56 cm RF 350 Executed ad vivum during the visit of the sculptor from the 2nd to 7th october 1784 on Mount Vermon.


    Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790),statesman and ambassador of the USA to France, co-wrote the Declaration of Independence together with President Jefferson; master of the Freemason's lodge to the Nine Sisters in Paris.One of his major publications was an anti-slavery treatise (1789) Terracotta

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    Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794) and wife, French chemist executed during the French Revolution. Oil on canvas (1788) 286 x 224 cm Inv. 1977-10