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        Scene I, Petticoat Lane, published in 'Punch's Almanack for 1898'

        May, Phil (1864-1903). English. Medium: lithograph. Date: 1897. "Observe Ike Levi, the merriest, cleverest, loudest, and most versatile clothes-seller in the world, He bombards his customers with shouts, he wheedles them with song, The beauteous Rebecca adores him, The gent in the top hat is a music-hall agent from South Africa, He sees money in Ike, and engages him on the spot, Happy Ike, but alas for poor Rebecca!"; Cartoon set in the Petticoat Lane market, in the East End of London; Provenance: Private Collection.


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