A man is sitting in a barber's shop having his hair combed and crimped, another man is being shaved, others are trying on wigs and tying their cravats. Coloured etching, 1785, after H. Bunbury.

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1 print : etching, with watercolour ; image 46 x 65 cm

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A barbers shop. From an original drawing by H. Bunbury Esq. in the possession of Sir Joshua Reynolds, to whom this plate is inscribed by his much obliged and most humble servant John Jones.

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Places

  • London (Great Portland Street) ;
  • No. 158 Bond Street

Agents

  • J. Jones :
  • W. Dickenson

Dates

  • May 12 1785

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A man is sitting in a barber's shop having his hair combed and crimped, another man is being shaved, others are trying on wigs and tying their cravats. Coloured etching, 1785, after H. Bunbury.. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

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