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Machine sûre & commode pour tirer des silhouettes R. Schellenberg del. & sc

Machine sûre & commode pour tirer des silhouettes R. Schellenberg del. & sc

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Print shows a woman sitting on a device on which her shadow is projected by candle flame and with a man tracing her shadow on paper on the opposite side of the device. Includes lengthy statement below image.
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Caption continues: Voici le caractère que j' assignerois à la silhouette de cette jeune personne ....
Inscribed in pencil on lower right: 54 [within a circle].
Inscribed in pencil on verso: 54 [within a circle, followed by] 7444.
Inscribed in pencil on verso: 560026 Aug. 31, 1956.
Inscribed in pencil on verso: 3333S 27 Ag 56.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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01/01/1780
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france
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