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Description "A view in St Paul's Churchyard on a windy day"; Col Dalmahoy in a remarkable wig makes a pass at a young woman. The barber's boy has dropped wig boxes marked Dr Rock, Mr Dalmahoy (both of whom were well known quacks) and Mr Ibbetson. On right, passers by hold on to their wigs and hats. In the background is St Paul's Cathedral. The lower margin contains a verse.
Artist anon.
Engraver anon.
Publisher Sayer, Robert
Date of Execution 1740
Medium engraving
Support paper
Longest Dimension 35cms
Shortest Dimension -
Section London Metropolitan Archives
Collection Satirical Print Collection
Location Satires 1740
Picture Type satire
Catalogue No p5438014
Accession No -
Notes -