HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity…

HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured. < >
  • Another image of HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured.
  • Another image of HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured.
  • Another image of HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured.
  • Another image of HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured.
  • Another image of HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured.
  • Another image of HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured.

HIEROGLYPHIC AMUSEMENT on the following subjects: education modesty reflection vanity elegance religion knowledge curiosity applause reflection insinuation complacency. Represented on twelve cards beautifully engraved and coloured.

11 off 12 cards issued by John Wallis of London in 1791. Each engraved card is titled and bears text interspersed with images in the place of words for the reader to decipher. Each cards measures: 116 x 76 mm. The cards are uncoloured. Lacks the card entitled Education and the original slipcase, which is titled as above. Some light superficial dust-soiling; else excellent. Rare. The Cotsen Children’s Library at Princeton has a complete, if slightly later, set.

Book ID: 16923
Tags: Rebus cards
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