London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
BROADSIDES -- A collection of c.58 broadsides, early 19th-century, some with woodcut illustrations, including "Many Changes Pop him into Limbo", "What's Old England come to?", "March of Intellect in the Butchering Line", "Be Careful in choosing a wife", "Henpecked Club", "Love and Liver or Flare up Neddy", "9 times a Night" and "Death and the Lady; Or the Great Messenger of Mortality", printed by Catnach, Swindells, Wheeler, Turner and others, most tipped onto paper.
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