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"The Works of James Gillray from the Original Plates with the Addition of Many Subjects Not Before Collected"

(1847-1851)
published by Henry G. Bohn, London
written by Charles Whiting

Original Copperplate Engravings over 170 years old

Full Sheet Size: approximately 19 x 24.75 inches (about 48 x 63 cm)
Half Sheet Size: approximately 9.5 x 12.25 inches (about 24 x 31 cm)
(trimmed from full sheet)

Image size varies from engraving to engraving. Most, but not all, plates have engravings on both sides of the sheet, as published by Bohn.

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Habits of New French Legislators, No. 1

Plates 193-196
(Side 1)


Habits Habits, No. 9 – Juge du Tribunal Correctionel

Habits Habits, No. 10 – Juge de Paix

Habits Habits, No. 11 – Le Tresorier

Habits Habits, No. 12 – Messager d'Etat

Original Gillray London Corresponding Society Alarmed 



Meeting of Unfortunate Citoyens

Plates 197-198


(Side 2)

London Corresponding Society Alarmed

Meeting of Unfortunate Citoyens

$250

Source: Historical & Descriptive Account of the Caricatures of James Gillray; Comprising A Political and Humorous History of the Latter Part of the Reign of George the Third

by Thomas Wright, Esq., F.S.A. and R. H. Evans, Esq.

Published: London, Henry G. Bohn, 1851


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