Victorian drawing - old lady telling stories to small children - Stock Image

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An illustration by W. J. Weigand from "Infant Lispings", published by John Slark / William Wells Gardner (London, 1878). An old lady with one child on her lap and another standing beside her, while she talks to them, or tells them stories. Beside an apple tree, a snake is coiling along the bottom - it must be a moral tale about the Garden of Eden!

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