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Codlin and Short In the Churchyard Codlin, a Man of a Careful and Cautious Look, Was Binding Together a Small Gallows with Thread, While Short, a Little Merry-Faced Man with a Red Nose, Was Fixing a Wig, with the Aid of a Small Hammer, and Some Tacks, Upon the Head of the Radical Neighbour

Harry Furniss (1854-1925)

SIGNED WITH MONOGRAM
PEN AND INK
13 3/4 X 8 3/4 INCHES
ILLUSTRATED: CHARLES DICKENS, THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP AND HARD TIMES,
LONDON: EDUCATIONAL BOOK CO, 1912 (CHARLES DICKENS
LIBRARY VOLUME 5), FACING PAGE 128
EXHIBITED: 'THE ILLUSTRATORS. THE BRITISH ART OF ILLUSTRATION 1837-2012',
NOVEMBER 2012 - JANUARY 2013, NO 29


Price
£950

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