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Cornish Giant Illustrations

Cornish Giant Graphics
Cornish Giants Graphics

The following are old illustrations from texts that I have scanned for the web.

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Bolster the Cornish Giant

Bolster the Cornish Giant

text Bolster the Cornish Giant The giant Bolster striding from Beacon to Carn Brea — a distance of six miles B olster was able to place his feet six miles apart. This...
Jack Slays Cormoran The Cornish Giant

Jack Slays Cormoran The Cornish Giant

Jack Slays Cormoran The Cornish Giant Jack Slays Cormoran The Cornish Giant W oodcut from a penny edition of Jack the Giant Killer , printed at Banbury, c. 1840. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales...
Jack Throttles The Giant Blunderbore

Jack Throttles The Giant Blunderbore

Jack Throttles The Giant Blunderbore and Friend Jack the Giant Killer and Blunderbore W oodcut from a penny edition of Jack the Giant Killer , printed at Banbury, c. 1840. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales...
Giant Clubs A Club

Giant Clubs A Club

Giant Clubs A Club Giant Clubs A Club W oodcut from a penny edition of Jack the Giant Killer , printed at Banbury, c. 1840. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales page="pages 58–64"] ...
Giant Cuts Open His Own Stomach

Giant Cuts Open His Own Stomach

Giant Cuts Open His Own Stomach W oodcut from a penny edition of Jack the Giant Killer , printed at Banbury, c. 1840. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales page="pages 58–64"] ...
Jack Cuts Off A Giant's Nose

Jack Cuts Off A Giant's Nose

Jack Cuts Off A Giant's Nose W oodcut from a penny edition of Jack the Giant Killer , printed at Banbury, c. 1840. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales page="pages 58–64"] ...
Taking a sharp knife he ripped open his own belly

Taking a sharp knife he ripped open his own belly

Taking a sharp knife he ripped open his own belly E ngraving from Tabart's Popular Stories, 1804. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales page="pages 58–64"]
Jack Slays Cormoran The Giant

Jack Slays Cormoran The Giant

Jack Slays Cormoran The Giant F rom a cover of a penny or twopenny edition of Jack the Giant Killer issued in the middle years of the nineteenth century, in Devonport. This version...
Jack At The Two-Headed Giant's Castle

Jack At The Two-Headed Giant's Castle

Jack At The Two–Headed Giant's Castle F rom a cover of a twopenny edition of Jack the Giant Killer issued in the middle years of the nineteenth century, from Oliver and Boyd,...
Jack Defeats the Giant At His Castle

Jack Defeats the Giant At His Castle

Jack Defeats the Giant At His Castle F rom a cover of a twopenny edition of Jack the Giant Killer issued in the middle years of the nineteenth century, from J. T. Wood, London....
Jack Throttles The Giants Blunderbore and Other

Jack Throttles The Giants Blunderbore and Other

Jack Throttles The Giants Blunderbore and Friend D epicted by Alfred Crowquill in Aunt Mavor's Nursery Tales , 1858. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales page="pages 58–64"] ...
Jack Slays the Giant Cormoran At Mount's Bay

Jack Slays the Giant Cormoran At Mount's Bay

Jack Slays the Giant Cormoran at Mount's Bay J ack dispatches the Cornish giant. Colour wood–engraving from Routledges's Shilling Toy Book Jack the Giant Killer , c. 1872....
Jack Eats Hasty Pudding With Welsh Giant

Jack Eats Hasty Pudding With Welsh Giant

Jack Eats Hasty Pudding With Welsh Giant J ack astonishes the Welsh two–headed giant with the amount of he is able to consume. Illustration by Richard Doyle in 1842, when the...
Fee, Faw, Fum

Fee, Faw, Fum

Fee, Faw, Fum P age from Tommy Thumb's Song Book, for all little Masters and Misses , printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, 1794. Where the later "Fee Fi Fo Fum" may have originated....
Jack Finds Ladies Tied By Their Hair

Jack Finds Ladies Tied By Their Hair

Jack Finds Ladies Tied By Their Hair T his is an illustration of the part that the Victorian Jacobs' prudery censored from his version. [sc:cite-the-classic-fairy-tales page="pages...
Cormoran The Giant Wading In Mount's Bay

Cormoran The Giant Wading In Mount's Bay

Cormoran The Giant Wades In Mount's Bay C ormoran strides across Mount's Bay with Mount Saint Michael in the background. [sc:cite-english-fairy-tales page="page 102"]
Jack And His Invisible Coat

Jack And His Invisible Coat

Jack And His Invisible Coat. Illustration by John D. Batten. I wonder what the two griffins find so interesting if Jack is invisible. I like the blank spot characterized by...

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