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This is a lovely Victorian pencil drawing of a quotation from Charles Kingsley 1819–75 an English writer and clergyman,

Do the work that's nearest,
Though it's dull at whiles,
Helping, when we meet them,
Lame dogs over stiles.

‘The Invitation. To Tom Hughes’ (1856)

The pencil drawing of the dog being carried over the style by a young boy is fantastic.

Measures - 12.5x10"

ITEM ID
Pencil Drawing
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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