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Oliver In the Grip of Sikes 'the Short and the Long of What You Mean,' Said Nancy, Speaking Very Emphatically, and Slightly Frowning At Oliver, as if to Bespeak His Serious Attention to Her Words 'Is, That if You're Crossed by Him In this Job You Have On Hand, You'll Prevent His Ever Telling Tales Afterwards, by Shooting Him Through the Head, and Take Your Chance of Swinging For It'

Harry Furniss (1854-1925)

SIGNED WITH MONOGRAM
PEN AND INK
8 1/2 X 12 1/2 INCHES
ILLUSTRATED: CHARLES DICKENS, OLIVER TWIST AND A CHILD'S HISTORY OF
ENGLAND, LONDON: THE EDUCATIONAL BOOK CO, 1910
(CHARLES DICKENS LIBRARY, VOLUME 3), FACING PAGE 144
EXHIBITED: 'THE ILLUSTRATORS. THE BRITISH ART OF ILLUSTRATION 1837-2012',
NOVEMBER 2012 - JANUARY 2013, NO 23


Price
£950

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