OBI Scrapbook Blog

Sep 30

The colonel stood by, looking gravely through his glasses.

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

A zip file containing the six illustrations of the latest series can be downloaded at this link.

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The colonel stood by, looking gravely through his glasses.

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

A zip file containing the six illustrations of the latest series can be downloaded at this link.

(Source: archive.org)

With the tears in her great eyes.

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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With the tears in her great eyes.

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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I am used to being rejected.

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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I am used to being rejected.

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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The question is: do you like me?

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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The question is: do you like me?

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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Sep 29

Till Friday.

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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Till Friday.

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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"You know my weaknesses," said the signor, stiffly.

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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"You know my weaknesses," said the signor, stiffly.

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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Sep 28

Ball Knife

An old blunt-edged knife, that pressmen lay by, to scrape their balls with. — M.
It is generally an old table knife; but a sharp-edged one is better than a blunt one, if it be carefully used. The use of the Ball Knife is now nearly superseded by the adoption of composition rollers.

From A Dictionary of the Art of Printing, by William Savage, London, 1841.

Cologne, 16th Century house.It could be interesting to compare this etching with the lithograph of the same subject by Samuel Prout…

From Villes anséatiques (Hanseatic Cities), by Jean-Baptiste Gaspard Roux de Rochelle, Paris, 1844.

A zip file containing the six illustrations of the latest series can be downloaded at this link.

(Source: archive.org)

Cologne, 16th Century house.
It could be interesting to compare this etching with the lithograph of the same subject by Samuel Prout…

From Villes anséatiques (Hanseatic Cities), by Jean-Baptiste Gaspard Roux de Rochelle, Paris, 1844.

A zip file containing the six illustrations of the latest series can be downloaded at this link.

(Source: archive.org)