- Equestrian statue of René II, Duke of Lorraine at Place Saint-Epvre.
- Equestrian statue of Duke Antony of Lorraine at the main gate of the Palais ducal de Nancy.
- Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc by Emmanuel Frémiet at Place Jeanne D'Arc, 1889.
Louis XIV in Montpellier
Louis XII, Château de Blois
Louis XIV in (Lyon)
Duke Antony of Lorraine in Nancy
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