Product images of The Greenwich Pensioner Written and composed by Mr Dibdin, For his Entertainment called The Oddities
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The Greenwich Pensioner Written and composed by Mr Dibdin, For his Entertainment called The Oddities
(caricature) The four verses of Charles Dibdin's song, 'The Greenwich Pensioner' are printed below the image, which shows a one legged Greenwich Pensioner standing in a tavern setting singing his song, while an armless one, seated left, is drinking from a beer tankard offered by a maid. No.12.
Isaac Cruikshank (artist)
Original size: 395 mm x 258 mm
- Image reference: PX8524
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London