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Do You Want any Matches, plate 4 of The Cries of London, engraved by Anthony Cardon (1772-1813), pub. by Colnaghi & Co., 1794

by Francis Wheatley

Do You Want any Matches, plate 4 of The Cries of London, engraved by Anthony Cardon (1772-1813), pub. by Colnaghi & Co., 1794 - Francis Wheatley
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Do You Want any Matches, plate 4 of The Cries of London, engraved by Anthony Cardon (1772-1813), pub. by Colnaghi & Co., 1794 - Francis Wheatley

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English: "Do You Want any Matches, plate 4 of The Cries of London, engraved by Anthony Cardon (1772-1813), pub. by Colnaghi & Co., 1794" oil on Canvas.
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1794

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Francis Wheatley

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