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Slide set: The seven most dangerous things in the world: the evil eye (envy) (religious: Newton & Co., 37 slides, 1908-1912)

Descriptive data for this set
Other related organisations

in stock of Newton & Co., 1912 (item ref. AHM)

in stock of J.W. Butcher, 1913

Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
religious
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (earliest possible 1908, latest possible 1912)
Reading or song
Related slide sets

continued from The seven most dangerous things in the world: the stiff neck (pride) (religious: Newton & Co., 40 slides, 1908-1912)

continued by The seven most dangerous things in the world: the ungirt loin (lechery) (religious: Newton & Co., 39 slides, 1908-1912)

Series

Lantern services, number 56

Picture sermons, number 168

People involved in slide production

BURNAND, Eugène  (1850-1921) – creator of source image(s), slide 21

COPPING, Harold  (1863-1932) – creator of source image(s), slides 9, 11

TISSOT, James  (1836-1902) – creator of source image(s), slides 13-17, 19, 22, 29

Lucerna ID  3002779

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 24 January 2012

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