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Zwei alte Sessel vor offenem Kamin mit blindem Spiegel auf der Konsole

Zwei alte Sessel vor offenem Kamin mit blindem Spiegel auf der Konsole

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Photographer: © living4media / Bauer Syndication
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Location:Melbourne; AU
Print size: approx. 11.38 × 17.07 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Ledger (11” × 17”)

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