File:Marley's Ghost - A Christmas Carol (1843), opposite 25 - BL.jpg

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artist QS:P170,Q1374807
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Charles Dickens
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Marley's Ghost. Ebenezer Scrooge visited by a ghost.

Colour illustration from 'A Christmas Carol in prose. Being a Ghost-story of Christmas', by Charles Dickens, With illustrations by John Leech.
Date 1843
date QS:P571,+1843-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
institution QS:P195,Q23308
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C.58.b.7, opposite 25
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Image taken from A Christmas Carol in prose.

Originally published/produced in London: Chapman & Hall, 1843.

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