Codlin and Short in the Churchyard

Codlin, a man of careful and cautious look, was binding together a small gallows with thread, while Short, a little merry-faced man with a red nose, was fixing a new black wig, with the aid of a small hammer and some tacks, upon the head of the Radical neighbour.

Harry Furniss


13.8 x 9 cm, vignetted

Dickens's The Old Curiosity Shop, The Charles Dickens Library Edition, facing V, 128.

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