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The kitchen below or: Beelzebub going to supper
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German political cartoon; From the magazine London und Paris, Plate No. XIX. XX;
Date June 1797
Dimensions 1 print; 267 x 367 mm; etching
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Curzon b.08(114)
Notes Source filename: modhis001-aqm-0001-0
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