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Was not that a dainty dish, to set before the King?

England : F. Warne & Co., 1914?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 postcard : color ; 14 x 9 cm

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Color illustration by artist Randolph Caldecott depicting the nursey rhyme "Sing a song for sixpence". The King and Queen are sitting in their thrones and there are (presumably) servants on either side of them, a butler on the right and a maid on the left. In front of them is a long table with a white table cloth on which sits a pie with many blackbirds emerging. They appear to be singing to the King and Queen (as is written in the nursery rhyme). In the background are several uniformed men on horses with dogs in front of them running across a field. Title below illustration.

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<p>Color illustration by artist Randolph Caldecott depicting the nursey rhyme "Sing a song for sixpence".  The King and Queen are sitting in their thrones and there are (presumably) servants on either side of them, a butler on the right and a maid on the left.  In front of them is a long table with a white table cloth on which sits a pie with many blackbirds emerging.  They appear to be singing to the King and Queen (as is written in the nursery rhyme).  In the background are several uniformed men on horses with dogs in front of them running across a field. Title below illustration.</p>
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Was not that a dainty dish, to set before the King?

England : F. Warne & Co., 1914?

<p>Color illustration by artist Randolph Caldecott depicting the nursey rhyme "Sing a song for sixpence".  The King and Queen are sitting in their thrones and there are (presumably) servants on either side of them, a butler on the right and a maid on the left.  In front of them is a long table with a white table cloth on which sits a pie with many blackbirds emerging.  They appear to be singing to the King and Queen (as is written in the nursery rhyme).  In the background are several uniformed men on horses with dogs in front of them running across a field. Title below illustration.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 postcard : color ; 14 x 9 cm

ABSTRACT

Color illustration by artist Randolph Caldecott depicting the nursey rhyme "Sing a song for sixpence". The King and Queen are sitting in their thrones and there are (presumably) servants on either side of them, a butler on the right and a maid on the left. In front of them is a long table with a white table cloth on which sits a pie with many blackbirds emerging. They appear to be singing to the King and Queen (as is written in the nursery rhyme). In the background are several uniformed men on horses with dogs in front of them running across a field. Title below illustration.

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