A Correct Likeness of the notorious Jane Gibbs.She addresses herself to decent dressed men as a Servant out of Place, or a Quaker, pretends a deal of Modesty, and if she cannot prevail by these means, she then accuses them of having robbed her . . . and with such boldness, that has induced many respectable men to give her sums of money to prevent unpleasant consequences ... [etc.]
Etching with original hand colour, sheet 270 x 195mm. Trimmed to plate top and sides. Horizontal centre crease.
Caricature portrait of Jane Gibbs, street-walker and extorter.
BM Satires: 9444.
[Ref: 8000] £180.00