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Madame Tussaud molding a death mask of Queen Marie Antoinette after her execution in 1793.  Madame Tussaud "had the gruesome responsibility of making death masks from heads—frequently those of her friends—freshly severed by the guillotine."

Marie Tussaud was arrested and taken to the Bastille for being a royalist supporter. Her head was shaven, before being taken to the guillotine, but was pardoned. She was forced to make death masks - Including Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.

In Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette sucede the French throne. They will remain in power until Louis XVI was tried by the National Convention, found guilty of high treason, and executed by guillotine on January 1793 as a desacralized French citizen.

Eye For Design: Marie Antoinette, Life At The Court Of Versailles. Maria Antoinette, at the age of thirteen: this miniature portrait was sent to the dauphin, so he could see his bride before he met her, by Joseph Ducreux