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- Object: Abbildung des auf der Strase Qvincampoix in Paris enstandenen so berühmten Actien-Handels.
A broadside on the introduction of paper money in France by John Law and the speculations leading to financial crises; with an engraving copied from an engraving by Antoine Humblot, showing a street scene in the rue Quinquempoix with a crowd of people discussing and fighting, underneath is an oval portrait of Law, and with engraved title and text in two columns. (Nuremberg, Weigel:1720)
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Height: 326 millimetres
Width: 396 millimetres
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- For a Dutch copy of the French original, see BM 1858-2-13-86 (15).
For another impression of this print and the Dutch broadside after Humblot, see 'Het Groote Tafereel Der Dwaasheid" , location 298.c.4,5 (Vol I; BM1868-8-8-9632 and -9631).
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- Associated Event: South Sea Bubble 1720
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