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James Gillray (1756-1815)

Consequences of a successfull (sic) French Invasion: Four Plates

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James Gillray (1756-1815)
Consequences of a successfull (sic) French Invasion: Four Plates
etchings with hand colouring, 1798, on wove paper, after John Dalrymple, including N° I, Plate 1 - We come to recover your long lost Liberties, N° I, plate 2 - We explain de Rights of Man to de Noblesse, N° III, Plate 2 - Me Teach de English Republicans to Work and N° VI, Plate 1 - We fly on the Wings of the Wind to save the Irish Catholics from Persecution, published by the artist, London
P. 410 x 405 mm., S. 422 x 545 mm. (each) (4)
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