Lot 446. Germany

Sold: € 1 300
Auction date: 21.02.2018   12:00 UTC +01:00
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ID 35082
Lot 446 | Germany
Germany, 17. Century
100 x 84.5 cm
Portrait of a gentleman with a scroll as a half-length figure in three-quarter view to the right, his Left hand resting on a Balustrade. Oil/Canvas./Canvas. on the top left of the coat of arms of the family of Seubert.
In the case of the above, it is most likely Johann Martin von Seubert (1626-1695). Since 1654 Johann Martin von Seubert for the Duke of Württemberg-Mömpelgard Agent was at the French court, and held other Imperial estates in Paris. There, he was also a Council and a foreign language Secretary of the Grand Condé, the Duke Louis II of Bourbon. On 5. October 1666 rose stood in front of Emperor Leopold I. Johann Martin von Seubert in the hereditary nobility. Already in 1659, was presented to him by Duke Leopold Friedrich of Württemberg-Mömpelgard the fief of the castle of Beutal in the reign Châtelot awarded. The fief was by his successor, Duke Georg von Württemberg-Mömpelgard on 13. December 1671 confirmed, and the additional lending was made with the nearby town of Bretigney. His reason for the possession of Johann Martin von Seubert was enlarged several times by buying and Echelotte also acquired the small. Restored.

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