A Jig Round the Statue of Peace or All Parties Reconciled Tote Bag

A Jig Round the Statue of Peace or All Parties Reconciled Tote Bag

Colour caricature, dated 6th October 1807, depicting John Bull, pictured left, playing a pipe as leaders from France, Britain and Russia, including Nelson and Napoleon, dance around a statue of peace. John Bull says 'But I say my lads, who is to pay the piper?'

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Title
A Jig Round the Statue of Peace or All Parties Reconciled
Product Code
NMRN0017_BAG
Decade
1800
Edition Type
Open Edition
Copyright
© Trustees of the NMRN

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• Media: 100% Cotton
• Capacity: 10 Litres
• Dimensions: 42 x 38cm
• Image Size: 20 x 28cm (approx)

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