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Marriage a la mode, Plate VI
'Marriage a la mode, Plate VI', 1745; Silvertongue has been hanged and the countess has taken poison. Her father - a City alderman - removes the ring from her finger. The scene is a merchant's house near London Bridge.
- Image ref: 1237215
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)