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Image 1807-Paris-Impremerie-08-002 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Charles Dusaulchoy 
Engraver Claude-Marie-François Dien 
Title Caption Lorsque le notaire en fut aux dispositions particulières, le malade se fit mettre sur son seant pour pouvoir se faire mieux entendre, et dicta comme il suit 
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Part Part II, Madrid 1615  
Chapter Chapter 74 
Subject 74.3 DQ dies as Alonso Quijano
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Stipple / Crayon manner
Color Black and white 
Volume VIII 
Page Number f.p. 339 
Image Dimension 110 x 69 
Page Dimension 165 x 96 
Commentary Well-known scene; usually used as last illustration in 18th century editions since Vanderbank (London: Tonson, 1738).
Don Quixote, dying, says goodbye to Sancho, the priest, the barber and Sansón Carrasco; also the niece and the housekeeper (these two figures are taken from the "Commedia dell'Arte"; the housekeeper is dressed in a quite ridiculous way).
Some acceptable details (don Quixote's face), but, as a whole, drawing and engraving are bad (see Sancho's figure).