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- Object: Old Mr. Dod's Sayings.
A broadside on John Dodd, a puritan divine, and his sayings; with a woodcut portrait of John Dodd in an oval on the upper left corner; with letterpress title, text in two columns listing forty-two moralising sayings, and one vertical segment of type ornaments. ([London, Marshall & Morris: ca1723])
- Production date
- 1723 (ca)
Height: 407 millimetres (printed area)
Height: 60 millimetres (woodcut)
Width: 300 millimetres
Width: 55 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The second sheet of Dodd's Sayings (BM 2005-10-30-23) gives publication details as: "London; Printed for Tho.Morris, at the Looking-glass on London-bridge; And for Joseph Marshal, at the Bible in Newgate-street, 1724, Where may be had the First Sheet of Old Mr. Dod's Sayings." Both sheets are manifestly from the same press.
- Not on display
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