More Notable Omissions From The London Museum. 1914
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For Sale is a Full Page from "The Graphic," April 11th 1914, showing drawings of the following by E.T. Reed, for "Some Notable Omissions from the London Museum."
a- Who's Who for 1915. - A Study in National Modesty : Our Estimate of our own importance. b- Saucer always used at feeding Times by the Private Cat of Sir Richard Whittington. Lord Mayor of London. c- Sort of thing you light have seen on the Pavement, before the Era of Common Sense. d- Bottled Specimen of Fog, "London Peculiar" : Presented by Sir W. B. Richmond. e- Comic Phenomenon of Victorian and Georgian Times "The Male Shop- Walker," in shops devoted entirely to Ladies' Apparel. "This Way Moddam." f- King Knut's Chair. g- Portrait-Model of an Artist who actually Sold a Picture in 1914. h- Wax-Model of Old Gentleman who was the Last Known Player of Whist : Never Played Bridge, Never saw an Aeroplane, and Never saw a Kinematograph. i- Life-Mask of Oliver Cromwell. j- Some of the actual Blocks on which King Charles the First was Beheaded. k- Identical Cap worn by King Charles on the Scaffold 1649. l- Life Mask's of William Shakespeare.