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Title
The Macaroni. A Real Character at the Late Masquerade.
Date 3 July 1773
Medium Mezzotint.
Lewis Walpole Library.
Accession number
773.7.3.1.2.
Object history Printed for John Bowles in London, England, UK.
References Ill. 5221 in Frederick George Stephens; Mary Dorothy George () Catalogue of Personal and Political Satires Preserved in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum, London: British Museum Publications ISBN: 978-0-714-10755-4.
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[1] from Preposterous Headdresses and Feathered Ladies: Hair, Wigs, Barbers, and Hairdressers: An Exhibit at the Lewis Walpole Library: May 8 – October 29, 2003. Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University Library. Retrieved on 1 May 2011

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