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Thomas Collins as Sharp in "The Lying Valet"
Thomas Collins as Sharp in "The Lying Valet"
ID NumberC712t-02
TitleThomas Collins as Sharp in "The Lying Valet"
Date1805
RoleSharp
PlayThe Lying Valet
SubjectCollins, Thomas, 1775-1806
Actors
Costume
Theater--History--19th century--Pictorial works
TypeEngravings
DimensionsBorder 3 1/8 x 4 3/4 inches
TechniqueEtching
Engraving
Stippling
CreatorDe Wilde, S.
Leney, W.
PublisherJ. Cawthorn
DescriptionWhole-length. Holding hat. With text: "For Damn it says it for I could not help swearing. I am so well convinced of my Ladys and my Masters Prudence, that I am sure had they a mind to Amuse themselves they would certainly have drawn the window Curtains."? Act I, Scene 2.
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Physical CollectionUniversity of Illinois Theatrical Print Collection
RepositoryUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book and Manuscript Library
CollectionPortraits of Actors, 1720-1920, University of Illinois Library
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