Life of George Cruikshank , extra-illustrated, [1882]

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Life of George Cruikshank, extra-illustrated, [1882]

Life of George Cruikshank , extra-illustrated, [1882]

Manuscripts inserted into Blanchard Jerrold, (London: Chatto & Windus, 1880 [i.e. 1882]), including engraved, etched, andwood-engraved portraits, views and caricatures. Life of George Cruikshank

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