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A conversation between two blind grinders of music

Skene, James, 1826, Pen work
of 110
A conversation between two blind grinders of music
A conversation between two blind grinders of music
A conversation between two blind grinders of music
A conversation between two blind grinders of music
Library Item
685
A conversation between two blind grinders of music, well known in the streets of Edinburgh, with their young guides
A man with crutches speaks to another man resting on a music grinder which is on a table. The man standing wears a hat, long coat and breeches. Behind the other man two children are fighting. The girl wears a bonnet while the boy holds a walking stick above his head.
1826
11 x 18 cm.
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection