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Exhibits : The Queen's Own : Postal Reforms : Mulready Stationery : Caricatures

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Mulready caricature, unknown artist
Mulready caricature, unknown artist


Fores's Comic Envelopes No. 1 by John Leech
Fores's Comic Envelopes No. 1 by John Leech


Fores's Comic Envelopes No. 1 by John Leech, color
Fores's Comic Envelopes No. 1 by John Leech, color


Mulready caricature published by Thomas White, used June 2, 1840
Mulready caricature published by Thomas White, used June 2, 1840


Mulready caricature published by Thomas White, color
Mulready caricature published by Thomas White, color


Mulready caricature, Penny Newspaper, June 6, 1840
Mulready caricature, Penny Newspaper, June 6, 1840


Mulready caricature text description, Penny Newspaper, June 6, 1840
Mulready caricature text description, Penny Newspaper, June 6, 1840


Spooner's series No. 3, color
Spooner's series No. 3, color


Spooner's series No. 9, color
Spooner's series No. 9, color


Southgate's series No. 1, used June 6, 1840
Southgate's series No. 1, used June 6, 1840


Southgate's series No. 2
Southgate's series No. 2


Mulready caricature, Hodgson
Mulready caricature, Hodgson


Mulready caricature, Spooner
Mulready caricature, Spooner


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