This is our first commercially available perfect bound book.
It features a bold and curious yet elegant and refined selection of relief prints and illustrations ranging in dates from as far back as the 1400s. All 32 images have one thing in common. They all beg the question: Who Queefed?
French satire on the poke bonnet ("invisible"); 16 in the series of engravings, "Le Suprême Bon Ton" (from the second half of the [Early Century Poke Bonnet Satire .GIF] Caption: "Les Invisibles en Tête-à-Tête"
Advantages of Wearing Muslin Dresses! by James Gillray Bohn Edition, circa 1851 Engraving, hand tinted with watercolour.Muslin dresses had become very fashionable at the time when this caricature was published