Caricature and Satirical Prints, England, Six Hand-colored Examples and One Facsimile.
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Caricature and Satirical Prints, England, Six Hand-colored Examples and One Facsimile. Including: Woodward and Williams's St. Stephen's Fair, London: Thomas Tegg, 1808; Cruikshank's Public Opinion, London: Benlow, 1820; Fashionable Frailty or John Preferd to his Master, London: S.W. Fores, 1812; Isaac Robert Cruikshank's A Vile Informer Exposed or a Light Thrown on a Dark Subject, London: Fairburn, 1826; Mr. and Mrs. Bull Reflecting on the Taxes, London: Roberts, [c. 1812]; Hocus-Pocus or Conjurors Raising the Wind, London: Jones, 1814; [and a facsimile of a print of the same style]; all framed, sizes vary. (7)
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