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George Cruikshank's cataloger, Albert M. Cohn, suggests this unsigned frontispiece is the artist's earliest unassisted etching. The frontispiece is for a small pamphlet describing and critiquing the 1806 comic pantomime by Thomas Dibdin performed at Covent Garden. Catalogue Raisonne: Reid 4598; Douglas 315; Cohn 280 Provenance: R.J.H. Douglas; Albert M. Cohn; William H. Woodin; Marshall R. Anspach; Richard A. Vogler, Los Angeles