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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

[Kyōgen play with three characters, one wearing a large hat and a disk over his nose]

[Kyōgen play with three characters, one wearing a large hat and a disk...

Title devised by Library staff. Signature or inscription in upper right corner. Gift; Crosby Stuart Noyes; 1906. Forms part of: Crosby Stuart Noyes collection (Library of Congress). Forms part of: Japanese prin... more

[Two views of an airship shaped like a long tube with a pointed nose, propellers on the side and a rudder, resembling an 1850 design proposed by Pierre Jullien, a French clock maker from Villejuif, France]

[Two views of an airship shaped like a long tube with a pointed nose, ...

Title devised by Library staff. (Source: A.G. Renstrom, LC Staff, 1981-82) Tissandier collection.

Pos-Ka-Ka or White Face, Winnebago celebrated for the size of his nose

Pos-Ka-Ka or White Face, Winnebago celebrated for the size of his nose

Pos-Ka-Ka or White Face, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left. Photo possibly by B. H. Gurnsey.

The nineteenth century booming under its very nose

The nineteenth century booming under its very nose

(DLC/PP-1936:0089). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court / Samuel Clemens. New York : Charles L. Webster & Co., 1889, p. 119.

[Half length image of bearded tramp in hat, touching finger to nose with full length image of same tramp to the left]

[Half length image of bearded tramp in hat, touching finger to nose wi...

V37182 U.S. Copyright Office "Copyright - 1890 - Shober & Carqueville, Chicago." Caption for smaller image: I'll see you again. Created by "Shober & Carqueville, Chicago." No. 1168. Pieces missing from corners.... more

[Chinese Emperor(?) and Empress(?) seated on raised platform with musicians seated in front of them; the Emperor appears to have lost his nose and part of his right shoulder, the Empress part of her scalp]

[Chinese Emperor(?) and Empress(?) seated on raised platform with musi...

Title devised by Library staff. Signed on block by artist in lower right, includes chop. Includes extensive Japanese text. Descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005... more

The yellow pest - putting its nose into everything / Dalrymple.

The yellow pest - putting its nose into everything / Dalrymple.

Print shows President William McKinley sitting at a desk, holding a large paper that shows "President McKinley's War Policy". A newspaper reporter, most likely Joseph Pulitzer", leaning through an open window a... more

[Strikes] With Nose, Chief

[Strikes] With Nose, Chief

Title from item and from name on smaller, b&w version of this image in LOT 3401-A. No. 431. Copyright 1899 by Heyn Photo, Omaha. Gift of David A. Rector, 2007. DCRM(G) example 1B1.5 - Title proper, with missing... more

His nose was thin and overlong--

His nose was thin and overlong--

(DLC/PP-1934:0045). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The False Faces" by Louis Joseph Vance, Saturday evening post, 190:22 (Oct. 27, 1917).

[Two shepherd boys playing nose flutes, Albania]

[Two shepherd boys playing nose flutes, Albania]

Frank and Frances Carpenter Collection (Library of Congress).

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