Alice tries to play croquet with a flamingo and a hedgehog from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; Sir John Tenniel

  1. Alice tries to play croquet with a flamingo and a hedgehog from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; Sir John Tenniel
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Alice tries to play croquet with a flamingo and a hedgehog from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, c.1865, printed by the Dalziel Brothers (1815-1906) after illustration by Sir John Tenniel (1820-1914). The wood engraving was originally created for Lewis Carroll's well-known children's book, first published in 1865.

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  • Product Code: 01613791304

Alice tries to play croquet with a flamingo and a hedgehog from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, c.1865, printed by the Dalziel Brothers (1815-1906) after illustration by Sir John Tenniel (1820-1914). The wood engraving was originally created for Lewis Carroll's well-known children's book, first published in 1865.

  • Product Code: 01613791304

Alice tries to play croquet with a flamingo and a hedgehog from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; Sir John Tenniel

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