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The OP spectacles / Cruikshank del.

The OP spectacles / Cruikshank del.

Satire showing head of Clifford with two circles representing huge spectacles, "Old house old prices & no private boxes" and "Old house old prices & no pigeon holes," over his eyes. Each circle contains a symme... More

Raree - show on the banks of the Mississippi, or The gentle European among the rude sons of nature / Cruikshank del.

Raree - show on the banks of the Mississippi, or The gentle European a...

Print shows a Native man wearing European clothing and a native headdress, standing between a group of Natives sitting on the ground on the right and a platform or stage, on the left, on which three Europeans, ... More

A republican beau - a picture of Paris for 1794 / I. Cruikshank del.

A republican beau - a picture of Paris for 1794 / I. Cruikshank del.

Print shows a man, a sansculotte, in ragged red, white, and blue stripe clothing, he holds a spiked club in one hand, wears pistols in his belt on which is written "War Eternal War" and he has a dead infant stu... More

A republican beau - a picture of Paris for 1794 / I. Cruikshank del.

A republican beau - a picture of Paris for 1794 / I. Cruikshank del.

Print shows a man, a sansculotte, in ragged red, white, and blue stripe clothing, he holds a spiked club in one hand, wears pistols in his belt on which is written "War Eternal War" and he has a dead infant stu... More

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