Mr. Crummles prepares for his Last Appearance

Harry Furniss


5 ⅝ by 3 ⅝ inches (14.3 cm high x 9.2 cm wide), vignetted

Mr. Crummles was before a small dressing-glass, with one very bushy eyebrow stuck on crooked over his left eye, and the fellow eyebrow and the calf of one of his legs in his hand, when the Robber with Nicholas's message came to him. — p. 640.

Dickens's Nicholas Nickleby, The Charles Dickens Library Edition, facing IV, 481.

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