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thumb|right|200px|1848 lithograph of [[Pauline Viardot as Valentine (left) and Marietta Alboni as Urbain in Giacomo Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots'’, Act 1 scene ix, Royal Opera House, London.]]
John Brandard (Birmingham 1812 – 15 December 1863 London) was an English lithographic artist. He designed many hundred illustrated title-pages for sheet music in what Michael Bryan judged "a pretty, though weak, style".Graves, Robert Edmund (ed.). Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers (A–K). I (3rd ed.). London: George Bell & Sons, p. 176

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by Jullien, Louis Antoine, 1812-1860
London : Jullien & Co., [between 1845 and 1848]
 
 
by Albert, Charles d', 1809-1886
[London : Chappel, 1857] ; (London : J. & W. Pearman)
 
 
by Albert, Charles d', 1809-1886
[London : Chappell] ; (London : J.&W. Pearman), [between 1853 and 1855]
 
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