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"Vagabondiana" by John Thomas Smith (1817): "Anatony Antonini, selling artificial silk flowers adorned with birds cast in wax."

"Vagabondiana" by John Thomas Smith (1817): "Anatony Antonini, selling artificial silk flowers adorned with birds cast in wax."

colportage de livres - Google Search

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habit de parfumeur d'apr�s une gravure de Larmessin, graveur rue Saint-Jacques � Paris au XVIII� si�cle

habit de parfumeur d'apr�s une gravure de Larmessin, graveur rue Saint-Jacques � Paris au XVIII� si�cle

18th Century Stationer?

18th Century Stationer?

Image gallery: The Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life / Pretty maids pretty pins pretty women

Image gallery: The Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life / Pretty maids pretty pins pretty women

Wandering Vinegar Seller Series/Portfolio: Études Prises dans le Bas Peuple où les Cris de Paris: Troisième Suite Artist: Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, comte de Caylus (French, Paris 1692–1765 Paris) Artist: After Edme Bouchardon (French, Chaumont 1698–1762 Paris) Date: 1738

Wandering Vinegar Seller Series/Portfolio: Études Prises dans le Bas Peuple où les Cris de Paris: Troisième Suite Artist: Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, comte de Caylus (French, Paris 1692–1765 Paris) Artist: After Edme Bouchardon (French, Chaumont 1698–1762 Paris) Date: 1738

"The Oyster Stall" - Illustration from Henry Mayhew's "London Labour & London Poor" (1851-1865): "I’ve been twenty years and more, perhaps twenty-four, selling shellfish in the streets. I was a boot closer when I was young, but I had an attack of rheumatic fever, and lost the use of my hands for my trade. The streets hadn’t any great name, as far as I knew, then, but as I couldn’t work, it was just a choice between street selling and starving, so I didn’t prefer the last."

"The Oyster Stall" - Illustration from Henry Mayhew's "London Labour & London Poor" (1851-1865): "I’ve been twenty years and more, perhaps twenty-four, selling shellfish in the streets. I was a boot closer when I was young, but I had an attack of rheumatic fever, and lost the use of my hands for my trade. The streets hadn’t any great name, as far as I knew, then, but as I couldn’t work, it was just a choice between street selling and starving, so I didn’t prefer the last."

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