Man With Tan Top Hat and Red Kerchief Standing Up
Title:
Man With Tan Top Hat and Red Kerchief Standing Up
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Kyd Dickens Series 541 Characters from Charles Dickens. "Sam Weller" (The Pickwick Papers) "We shan't be bankrupts, & we shan't make our fort'ns. We eats our biled mutton without capers, & don't care for horse-radish 'ven ve cn get beef."


David Coperfield
Title:
David Coperfield
Divided Back PM 1904 Dec-23

Description:
Oilette Series 6048



In Dickens' Land - The Pickwick Papers
Title:
In Dickens' Land - The Pickwick Papers
Divided Back PM 1943

Description:
The Pickwick Papers Series 6012 "Damages gentlemen - heavy damages - is the only punishment with which you can visit him; the only recompense you can award my client. And for these damages she now appeals to an enlightened, a high-minded, a right-feeling, a conscientious, a dispassionate, a sympathising, a contemplative jury of her civilised countrymen" - Chapter XXXIV


Mrs.Todgers & Bailey,A woman and a boy
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Mrs.Todgers & Bailey,A woman and a boy
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What?you go a lowerin the beer? Charles Dickens



In Dickens Land
Title:
In Dickens Land
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The Pickwick Papers Series 6012 The Pickwick Papers- He would not deny that he was influenced by human passions,and human feelings(cheers)-possibly by human weakness


Bill Sikes - Characters from Charles Dickens
Title:
Bill Sikes - Characters from Charles Dickens
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"Well, then, keep quiet," rejoined Sikes, with a growl like that he was accustomed to use when addressing his dog, "or I'll quiet you for a good long time to come"



Captain Cuttle - Characters from Charles Dickens
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Captain Cuttle - Characters from Charles Dickens
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had been a pilot or a skipper, or a privateer's man, or all three, perhaps, and was a very salt looking man indeed


Characters from Charles Dickens, Mrs. Sarah Gamp, Martin Chuzzlewit
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Characters from Charles Dickens, Mrs. Sarah Gamp, Martin Chuzzlewit
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Snap her up at any price for Mrs. Gump is worth her weight and more in goldian guineas



Dick Swiveller - Characters from Charles Dickens
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Dick Swiveller - Characters from Charles Dickens
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"A select convivial circle, called the 'Glorious Apollers', of which I have the honour to be Perpetual Grand."


Mr Micawber - Characters from Charles Dickens
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Mr Micawber - Characters from Charles Dickens
unused

Description:
I am, however delighted to add that I have now an immediate prospect of something turning up



Mr Pecksniff, Character from Charles Dickens' Novel "Martin Chuzzlewit"
Title:
Mr Pecksniff, Character from Charles Dickens' Novel "Martin Chuzzlewit"
unused

Description:
"There is no deception, ladies and gentlemen, all is peace, a holy calm pervades me."


Mr Peggotty - Characters from Charles Dickens
Title:
Mr Peggotty - Characters from Charles Dickens
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"I'm a-going to seek my niece through the wureld. I'm a-going to find my poor niece"



Mr. Whackford Squeers - Characters from Charles Dickens
Title:
Mr. Whackford Squeers - Characters from Charles Dickens
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Description:
Mr. Squeers had but one eye, and the popular prejudice runs in favour of two,...and when he smiled, his expression bordered closely on the villainous


Mr. Whackford Squeers from Dickens' "Nicholas Nickleby"
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Mr. Whackford Squeers from Dickens' "Nicholas Nickleby"
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Description:
"Mr. Squeers had but one eye, and the popular prejudice runs in favour of two.....and when he smiled, his expression bordered closely on the villainous."



The Artful Dodger - Characters from Charles Dickens
Title:
The Artful Dodger - Characters from Charles Dickens
unused

Description:
"If you don't take pocket-handkechers and watches, some other cove will, so that the coves that lose 'em will be all the worse and you'll be all the worse too, and probably half a ha'porth the better except the chap wat gets them"


Toots from Charles Dickens
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Toots from Charles Dickens
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Description:
Kyd It's of no consequence thankee"



Trotty Veck - Characters from Charles Dickens
Title:
Trotty Veck - Characters from Charles Dickens
unused

Description:
"There's nothing," said Toby, "more regular in its coming round than dinner-time, and nothing less regular in its coming round than dinner. That's the great difference between 'em"


Men in Top Hats on Sidewalk
Title:
Men in Top Hats on Sidewalk
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Description:
Harold Copping Dickens' Characters Series 3406



Pickwick
Title:
Pickwick
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Description:
A. Ludovici Series 6120 And when he was knocked down,(which happened upon the average every third round") Charles Dickens


David Copperfield A Waiter Takes Compassion on Me
Title:
David Copperfield A Waiter Takes Compassion on Me
Divided Back unused

Description:
Charles Dickens



Characters from Charles Dickens - Mr. Pickwick
Title:
Characters from Charles Dickens - Mr. Pickwick
unused

Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 540, I "Mr. Pickwick." (The Pickwick Papers.) "Bless his old gaiters, I never see such a fine creetur in my days. Blessed if I don't think his heart must ha' been born five-and-twenty year arter his body, at least."


Characters from Charles Dickens - Sergeant Buzfuz
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Characters from Charles Dickens - Sergeant Buzfuz
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Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 540 "Sergeant Buzfuz." (The Pickwick Papers) "Chops, Gracious heavens! and tomato sauce! Gentlemen, is the happiness of a sensitive and confiding female to be trifled away, by such shallow artifices as these?"



Mr Pickwick Slides
Title:
Mr Pickwick Slides
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Harold Copping Character Sketches from Charles Dickens Series 9852 Mr. Pickwick went slowly and gravely down the slide, with his feet about a yard and a quarter apart. The Pickwick Papers."


Characters Form Charles Dickens
Title:
Characters Form Charles Dickens
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Kyd "Snap her up at any price, for Mrs. Gamp is worth her weight and more in goldian guineas."



Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner
Title:
Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner
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Mrs. Cratchit entered - flushed, but smiling proudly - with the pudding . . . Bedight with Christmas holly stuck into the top. Charles Dickens


Mr. Peggotty And Little Emily
Title:
Mr. Peggotty And Little Emily
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"I am as rough as a Sea Porkypine; but no one, unless, mayhap, it is a woman, can know, I think, what our little Emily is to me." Charles Dickens



Ms. Micawber Makes Punch
Title:
Ms. Micawber Makes Punch
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"Punch, my dear Copperfield, . . Like time and tide, waits for no man." Charles Dickens


Oliver Twist Asks For More
Title:
Oliver Twist Asks For More
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"Please, sir, I want some more." The master . . . Gazed in stupefied astonishment on the young rebel. Charles Dickens



Charles Dickens and His Home
Title:
Charles Dickens and His Home
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


"Quilp" (The Old Curiosity Shop), Characters from Charles Dickens
Title:
"Quilp" (The Old Curiosity Shop), Characters from Charles Dickens
unused

Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 541, I "Water for lawyers! Melted lead & brimstone you mean, nice hot blistering pitch & tar."



Characters from Charles Dickens
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Characters from Charles Dickens
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Kyd Dickens Series 54 / IV Mrs. Sarah Gamp - Martin Chuzzlewit. "Snap her up at any price, for Mrs. Gamp is worth her weight and more in golden guineas."


Characters from Charles Dickens "Sam Weller"
Title:
Characters from Charles Dickens "Sam Weller"
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Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 541 III "Sam Weller" (The Pickwick Papers) "We shan't be bankrupts, & we shan't make our fort'ns. We eats our biled mutton without capers, & don't care for horse-radish ven ve can get beef



Characters from Charles Dickens "Uriah Heep"
Title:
Characters from Charles Dickens "Uriah Heep"
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Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 540 Uriah Heep (David Copperfield). "When I was quite a young boy, I got to know what umbleness did, and I took to it. I ate umble pie with an appetite. I'm very umble to the present moment, but I've got a little power."


Characters from Charles Dickens, Mr Stiggins
Title:
Characters from Charles Dickens, Mr Stiggins
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Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 541 II "Mr. Stiggins." (The Pickwick Papers.) "All taps is vanities. If there is one of them less odious than another, it is the liquor called rum-warm, my dear young friend, "with three lumps of sugar to the tumbler.'



Characters from Charles Dickins
Title:
Characters from Charles Dickins
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Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 541 V "The Artful Dodger" (Oliver Twist) "If you don't take pocket-handkechers and watches, some other cove will, so that the coves that lose 'em will be all the worse, and you'll be all the worse too, and nobody half a ha' porth the better except the chap wot gets them"


Mr. Weller
Title:
Mr. Weller
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Description:
Kyd Dickens Series 540 Characters from Charles Dickens - The Pickwick Papers. "Widders, Sammy, Widders are 'ceptions to ev'ry rule. I have heerd how many ord'nary women one wider's equal to, in pint o'comin' over you. I think it's five-and-twenty."



The White Hart, Hook, Surrey
Title:
The White Hart, Hook, Surrey
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Description:
In Dickens Land Series 1350


Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner
Title:
Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner
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Character Sketches from Charles Dickens Series 9852 Mrs. Cratchit entered - flushed, but smiling proudly with the pudding bedight with Christmas holly stuck into the top. - A Christmas Carol."



Dickens Characters
Title:
Dickens Characters
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Oilette Series 3407 How Scrooge Kept Christmas Day." [A Christmas Carol]


Oliver Twist Asks For More
Title:
Oliver Twist Asks For More
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Character Sketches from Charles Dickens Series 9852 "Please, sir, I want some more." The master . . . gazed in stupefied astonishment on the young rebel. - Oliver Twist."



Trotty Veck And His Daughter Meg
Title:
Trotty Veck And His Daughter Meg
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Character Sketches from Charles Dickens Series 9852 Why what an I a thinking of! . . . I shall forget my own name next. It's tripe!" - The Chimes.


A Joyful Christmas - Charles Dickens
Title:
A Joyful Christmas - Charles Dickens
Divided Back PM 1910 Dec-23

Description:
It is good to be children, sometimes, And never better than at Christmas, When its mighty Founder was a child himself.! Dickens.



Christmas Greetings - Charles Dickens
Title:
Christmas Greetings - Charles Dickens
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Heap on more wood! The wind is chill, But let it whistle as it will, We'll keep our Christmas merry still. Scott.


Trotty Veck And His Daughter Meg
Title:
Trotty Veck And His Daughter Meg
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Description:
"Why what am I a thinking of! . . I shall forget my own name next. It's tripe!" Charles Dickens



Bleak House
Title:
Bleak House
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Description:
In Dickens Land. "Here you see me utterly incapable of helping myself, and entirely in your hands. I only ask to be free. The butterflies are free. Mankind will surely not deny to Harold Skimpole what it concedes to the butterflies!" - Harold skim pole Chapter VI.




Total: 45 Items