My pretty little Gimy Tarters for a ha'penny a stick: 1760
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30cm
actual image size: 22cm x 30cm

My pretty little Gimy Tarters for a ha'penny a stick: 1760

Paul Sandby

© Museum of London

Full image caption

This rather crafty looking chap is selling sticks to beat the dust from clothes and carpets. However, the print and verse suggest other uses. On one side of the vendor, a woman pinches a man's nose and threatens him with a stick, whilst, on the other, a man wielding a stick twists a woman's arm behind her back. The verse runs: 'My pretty Ginny Tarters for a ha'penny a stick, or a penny a stick, or a stick to beat your wives or Dust your Cloths'.
Plate 2 from the Twelve Cries of London.
 

Artist/Photographer/Maker

 

Date

1760 AD - 1760 AD
 

Image Number

008701
 

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