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Wanted: Dead or Alive, 1.000.000. $

Wanted: Dead or Alive, 1.000.000. $

Date: 1980/1990
Creator: unknown
Description: Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting an image of a man wearing dark glasses. Above his face is the word, WANTED, and beneath, the words, Dead or Alive 1.000.000. $
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Living Made Easy: Duelling Apparatus for Gentlemen of Weak Nerves

Living Made Easy: Duelling Apparatus for Gentlemen of Weak Nerves

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Date: 1830
Creator: McLean, Thomas
Description: The focal point of the print shows a man inside an apparatus that assists the firing of his gun. Two men behind a tree pull on a string.
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Pencil of Nature

Pencil of Nature

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Date: 1844
Creator: Talbot, William Henry Fox
Description: The cover of the book is decorated with a cartouche in black and red in a mixture of styles, Medieval, Celtic and Victorian.
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[Bowl]

[Bowl]

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Date: unknown
Creator: Cooper, Susie
Description: The bowl is decorated with three animals and three trees in blue, red, green and yellow. On the rim is the name Peter and a thin blue line and red dots encircle the rim.
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Fashion Before Ease or A Good Constitution Sacrificed for a Fantastic Form

Fashion Before Ease or A Good Constitution Sacrificed for a Fantastic Form

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Date: 1793
Creator: Woodward, George Moutard
Description: The original color etching depicts a tailor attempting with great exertion to tighten a woman's corset. Text beneath the illustration is satirical in nature.
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The Golden Legend of Master Wilham Caxton done anew

The Golden Legend of Master Wilham Caxton done anew

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Date: 1892
Creator: Morris, William
Description: The title page designed by William Morris for the Kelmscott publication entitled The Golden Legend of Master Wilham Caxton done anew.
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Lordly Elevation

Lordly Elevation

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Date: 1802
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: A short in stature royal stands on his crown and looks into the mirror.
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New Year's Card with Characters Fuku and Ju

New Year's Card with Characters Fuku and Ju

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Date: 1911
Creator: unknown
Description: The horizontal oriented postcard is decorated with a English salutation of Happy New Year as well as a Japanese greeting. The design of the card is reminiscent of Art Nouveau.
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Illuminated Sign "Bayer Aspirin" in Central Osaka

Illuminated Sign "Bayer Aspirin" in Central Osaka

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Date: 1920/1930~
Creator: unknown
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts a neon Bayer Aspirin sign above a building with a silhouette of people below. The sky is dark and the only illumination is the sign and the interior of the building. A few stars twinkle in the sky and some Japanese text runs along the bottom.
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The Royal Arms Jubilant

The Royal Arms Jubilant

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Date: 1887
Creator: Mecham, William
Description: Queen Victoria, a lion picking his teeth, a unicorn, coat of arms, champagne, flags, meat on a platter, seascape, boats in the distance are all pictured in this satirical cartoon from the weekly magazine, St. Stephen's Review.
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