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A Rake's Progress, plate III of VIII
'A Rake's Progress', 1735, plate III of VIII. Tom Rakewell is in the Rose Tavern, on Drury Lane, London, being relieved of his pocket watch by two women. Behind them a group of figures sit at a table drinking, whilst a woman disrobes in the foreground. To the right a waiter enters with a street singer.
- Image ref: 1237261
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)