Arnstein, Fanny von

(1757-1818)
   Viennese hostess. She was the daughter of the Berlin banker Daniel Itzig; she married Nathan Adam von Arnstein, court purveyor to Joseph II. During the Congress of Vienna, her balls and receptions attracted leading political figures.

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