What a Pity the Race of Centaurs has become Extinct! by George du Maurier

What a Pity the Race of Centaurs has become Extinct!

George du Maurier

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What a Pity the Race of Centaurs has become Extinct!

George du Maurier

'What a Pity the Race of Centaurs has become Extinct!', 1866. An illustration of how the world would look like if centaurs still existed. Illustrations include a centaur race, a military parade, a delivery to a pub, and men and women out for a walk. They would add interest to events both social and military. From Punch, or the London Charivari, Aporil 21, 1866.

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