Foggy day in Victorian London - Illustration

Fog, UK, Winter, 1850-1859, 19th Century

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Upload date:July 29, 2013


'A foggy day in old London town and two hopeful young men see it as their duty to escort home two pretty young ladies. The lascivious expression on the face of one of them should serve as a warning! Meanwhile, a link-boy hovers with his torch, hoping to earn some pennies for guiding them on their way. From Punchaas Almanack of 1855. Punch was a British magazine newspaper founded in 1841, famous for its humorous and satirical cartoons which were created by some of the foremost illustrators of the day: the Almanack was a supplement.'
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