Marie Antoinette Card
It's your birthday.
Let us eat cake.
Marie Antoinette (b. 1755 – d. 1793) was Queen of France and Navarre from 1774. It is claimed that in response to a famine in France during the reign of her husband Louis XVI, she proclaimed “Let them eat cake”.
History Notes cards are blank inside for you own message, making them perfect for birthdays or just because
Printed in the UK on to board from responsible sources
Size:12cm x 17cm
Comes with an envelope and wrapped in biodegradable plastic
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