Monument commemorating the folly of the year 1720, anonymous, 1720 Canvas Print

Monument commemorating the folly of the year 1720, anonymous, 1720 Canvas Print

Monument commemorating the folly of the year 1720. On a large wagon meaned by a jester, the Fortune of the Actionn scatters shares around. The cart is pulled by, among other things, personifications of the companies of the South Sea and Mississippi. The car is led through the Faam in the direction of the poorhouse and madhouse. Around the cart traders and victims. On the right in the background the coffee house Quincampoix. At the bottom of the emblem with the motto Appearances Deceives in Latin. In the caption the explanation of the performance in French and Dutch. Print in the bound fourth edition (304 B 12) of Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid with cartoons on the Windhandel of Actiehandel of 1720.

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