Dramatic Victorian illustration showing a picture of a coal miner taking refuge in a small cave at the side of a tunnel. Naked to the waist, he sits holding his pick looking anxiously out. The quality of this image is acceptable, but not perfect, as it was scanned from a very small original.
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All our pictures are original illustrations drawn in Victorian times, from books and magazines sourced by us, that are part of our own collection.
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