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by Lucy Cousins, 'Portly's Hat'  the end papers

by Lucy Cousins, 'Portly's Hat' the end papers

Where can you buy an ANTIQUE VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POLICEMAN TOBACCO JAR? Here and this PORTLY feller is super-cute. This porcelain figural has a button-poppin’ green coat and a green hat, and the most wonderful lamb-chop side whiskers! His face is nicely painted and it looks like he’s carrying a baton and a bell. His head comes off and he would be perfect for cotton balls.  https://www.etsy.com/listing/227003308 $65.95

AnTIQUE ViCTORIAN StAFFORDSHIRE POLICEMAN TOBACCO JAR, EnGLiSH PoLiCEMAN BoBBY, PorCeLAin HuMIDOR CiGAR Jar, SmoKiNG CoLLectiBLE TobACCiANA

Where can you buy an ANTIQUE VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POLICEMAN TOBACCO JAR? Here and this PORTLY feller is super-cute. This porcelain figural has a button-poppin’ green coat and a green hat, and the most wonderful lamb-chop side whiskers! His face is nicely painted and it looks like he’s carrying a baton and a bell. His head comes off and he would be perfect for cotton balls. https://www.etsy.com/listing/227003308 $65.95

The boxing scene from 'The Romp', Act II, between Young Cockney (left) and Priscilla Tomboy. They face each other with clenched fists. Young Cockney is fashionably dressed and portly, Priscilla's large hat and mittens are on the floor. Behind her (right) stands Captain Sightley in regimentals and Miss La Blond wearing a large hat which conceals her face. Behind them on the extreme right is a folding screen. Framed pictures decorate the wall. 23 December 1785 Hand-coloured etching

The boxing scene from 'The Romp', Act II, between Young Cockney (left) and Priscilla Tomboy. They face each other with clenched fists. Young Cockney is fashionably dressed and portly, Priscilla's large hat and mittens are on the floor. Behind her (right) stands Captain Sightley in regimentals and Miss La Blond wearing a large hat which conceals her face. Behind them on the extreme right is a folding screen. Framed pictures decorate the wall. 23 December 1785 Hand-coloured etching

``Scrooge and Marley's, I believe,'' said one of the gentlemen, referring to his list. ``Have I the pleasure of addressing Mr Scrooge, or Mr Marley?''

``Scrooge and Marley's, I believe,'' said one of the gentlemen, referring to his list. ``Have I the pleasure of addressing Mr Scrooge, or Mr Marley?''

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