File:Little Red Riding-Hood in Tales of Mother Goose (Welsh).png

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English: An illustration from Tales of Mother Goose by Charles Perrault; translated and edited by Charles Welsh
The caption was ""She met with Gaffer Wolf"", it presumably illustrates the tale "Little Red Riding-Hood" and is found as the frontispiece
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Source talesofmothergoo00perr Adjustment: PNG, greyscale conversion, black and white point adjustment, slight rotation to compensate for skew
Author D J Munro, after Gustave Doré
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