Stock No: 12040

A pair of antique oak framed and glazed humorous prints, titled "The Scorcher's Progress" , depicting the 19th century depredations of a rogue cyclist shown in silhouette upsetting the traditional horse drawn traffic of London in six different locations including
St James Palace - "The Guards at Him";
The Marble Arch - "The Wheel went very well then";
Trafalgar Square - "Twas in Trafalgar Square ";
&
The Stock Exchange - "A rise in the Market";
English circa 1900.

Link to: Antique sculptures, carvings, plaques, tablets, coats of arms and panels

Listed Price: £1,400 ( + vat in EU zone )

width height depth
36 58"
93 cms
14 58"
37 cms

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