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The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]
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Artist Charles Robinson (1870 - 1937)
Dimensions of Original 16.5 cm x 12 cm
Medium of Original Colour half-tone
Image Reference PL009655

The Weathercock was much taller than himself, from Evelyn Sharp's, 'The Story of the Weathercock' London: Blackie & Son, [1907]

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