Photo: Don Jumpedo in Character of Harlequin, British Cartoon, 1749, Pedestal, Throa
Photo: Don Jumpedo in Character of Harlequin, British Cartoon, 1749, Pedestal, Throa

Photo: Don Jumpedo in Character of Harlequin, British Cartoon, 1749, Pedestal, Throa

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Photograph Description: Don Jumpedo in the character of Harlequin jumping down his own throat T. F. Date Created Published: England : Publish'd. according to Act of Parliament March 17th, 1749, by John Thomas, price 6d., 1749. Summary: 'An engraving, showing Harlequin, the lower half of his body placed within a sort of pedestal, gradually disappearing down his own throat, his mask appearing above; his legs and much of his body and head are gone, his arms are hanging down...' (Source: Stephens) Notes: Related to event dated Jan. 16, 1749 in Stephens. This record contains unverified data from Stephens. Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires prepared by Frederic George Stephens, v. 3, no. 3023 Forms part of: British Cartoon Prints Collection . Cartoons (Commentary)--British--1740-1750. Engravings--1740-1750.