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Page type: Entry form
Item number (top right of entry form): 274
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Date of registration stamp: 29 July 1895
Date form completed (next to signature): 29 July 1895
Description of work: Drawing entitled Hares and Rabbits' Skins Bill and Homeless Will" Sir Wm Harcourt as rabbit skin man and as a dog with John Bull looking on.
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Name and Place of Abode of Proprietor of Copyright (use commas): Richard Moore James, 5 Allen Terrace, Kensington, W
Name and Place of Abode of Author of Work (use commas): Richard Moore James, 5 Allen Terrace, Kensington, W
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Notes and Questions
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This is a print on the same theme, so not the same artist but it gives some background
I think it says "Sir William Harcourt as rabbit skin man". Then "and as a dog" - does that mean he appears twice in the picture?
Working on the Bell and ....
Bit lost here. Could it be Bill (as in Parliamentary Bill) and homeless Will (as in dog in picture)?