CHANGEABLE PORTRAITS OF LADIES. Containing 28 Heads, in 84 Parts, making a possible 21,952 different portraits.
London: R. Ackermann, 1819. Comprising of 28 hand-colored aquatint portraits of ‘Ladies, each divided into three horizontal sections, contained in a wooden box with divided compartments and a sliding lid bearing a classical scene of Romulus and Remus being discovered with their wolf mother. A label on the base of the box also advertises a companion set, ‘Changeable Gentlemen.’ A label on the underside of the lid gives a detailed puff of the novelty’s merits. One headpiece, though differently coloured, would appear to be in duplicate. Else a very good set.