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The matrons in hanging-sleeves: or, The enquirer into nature - a satyr

The matrons in hanging-sleeves: or, The enquirer into nature - a satyr

 
 
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Print shows women and children of all ages viewing exhibits at the "Wax-works" and "see a Womb, to hear fine Lectures, read on Generation, and all the Arts explain'd of Procreation ..."; in a large display case is a life-size figure of a pregnant woman with a cut-away view showing a fetus in the womb, and on a table are figures in an erotic embrace.
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Forms part of: British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress).

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01/01/1802
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