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    Isaac Cruickshank Eighteenth-Century Risqué Engravings. A set of two hand-colored engravings (each, an 18" x 6.25" panel) entitled "FEMALE OPINIONS on MILITARY TACTICS." London: S. W. Fores, September 30, 1790. Mounting remnants on verso. Lightly toned.

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    The second panel bears Cruickshank's initials "I.C." One partial split at center vertical fold, the other cleanly split at center vertical fold. A few small marginal-tear losses that could be easily matted out. The title strip (10" x 1") has been cut from the engravings; it is still included, but bears one tear.

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    October, 2010
    14th-15th Thursday-Friday
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