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Beggar with Staff - Sandby - Edinburgh Sketches after 1745. This man wears his waistcoat buttoned at the top but undone the rest. I wonder why they tended to be worn like this - there must be a functional reason why - maybe comfort or time in doing all those buttons up? Large collared coat, tricorne hat. Coat again, is too big for man as you can see the CF's overlapping where it's probably been tied to a close with a piece of string.

Beggar with Staff - Sandby - Edinburgh Sketches after 1745. This man wears his waistcoat buttoned at the top but undone the rest. I wonder why they tended to be worn like this - there must be a functional reason why - maybe comfort or time in doing all those buttons up? Large collared coat, tricorne hat. Coat again, is too big for man as you can see the CF's overlapping where it's probably been tied to a close with a piece of string.

18th century beggar - Google Search

18th century beggar - Google Search

c. 1759 - Paul Sandby - London Cries- A Lace Seller

c. 1759 - Paul Sandby - London Cries- A Lace Seller

Philadelphia Museum of Art - The Smoker From the series of Six Studies of Men and Women (Zes studie-beeltjes, Naer 't leeven geteekend door J. Lauwers, en geëtst door J. De Frey)  Johannes Pieter de Frey, Dutch, 1770 - 1834. After Jacobus Johannes Lauwers, Belgian, 1753-1800.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - The Smoker From the series of Six Studies of Men and Women (Zes studie-beeltjes, Naer 't leeven geteekend door J. Lauwers, en geëtst door J. De Frey) Johannes Pieter de Frey, Dutch, 1770 - 1834. After Jacobus Johannes Lauwers, Belgian, 1753-1800.

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Paul Sandby, ‘Rare Mackerel, Three a Groat or Four for a sixpence’

Paul Sandby, ‘Rare Mackerel, Three a Groat or Four for a sixpence’

"Sweet Lavender" from "Characteristic Sketches of the Lower Orders" by Thomas Rowlandson (1820)

"Sweet Lavender" from "Characteristic Sketches of the Lower Orders" by Thomas Rowlandson (1820)

A young street trader with a cage of birds around his neck, another in his right hand,  from late series of the Cries of London, the plate reworked with hat altered.  1688, reworked and published after c.1750  Etching

A young street trader with a cage of birds around his neck, another in his right hand, from late series of the Cries of London, the plate reworked with hat altered. 1688, reworked and published after c.1750 Etching

1746 A Beggar holding Out His Wig

1746 A Beggar holding Out His Wig

Sweep: 1759  Paul Sandby  © Museum of London

Sweep: 1759 Paul Sandby © Museum of London

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