|Product code: 90917|
Dimensions: Mount size: 14 inches x 10 inches
Categories: Famous cases
| This print is supplied with a dark grey-blue mount which contrasts beautifully with the ivory colour of the print.
This illustration first appeared in a Victorian magazine article in the 1890s on the subject of damages awards for personal injury. It shows a variety of different limb losses, and the compensation which plaintiffs could expect to receive for their injuries if they proved negligence. The text is not very legible in the picture on this page, but underneath each picture of a man it states how much in pounds the injury was "worth". The author of the article averred that claimants could "make a handsome profit margin" since the cost of artificial limbs was far less than the average damages awarded!
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