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Victorian man and woman chatting at an evening party - Stock Image

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A Victorian man and woman having a conversation in a side room as the rest of the party listens to a man singing at a piano which is played by a young woman. An engraved illustration from Punch's Almanack for 1882, published by Punch, London, in 1881. 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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