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Image 1828-London-Jones-02-011 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator George Cruikshank 
Engraver Unknown 
Title Caption  
Title Supplied Sancho discovers Tomé Cecial's big and ugly nose 
Part Part II, Madrid 1615  
Chapter Chapter 14 
Subject 14.1 SP discovers Tomé Cecial’s nose
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Wood engraving or Xylography
Color Black and white 
Volume II 
Page Number f.p. 263 
Image Dimension 81 x 118 
Page Dimension 110 x 190 
Commentary Scene previously represented, but Cruikshank's illustration is quite original and detailed.
At dawn, Sancho discovers the big and ugly nose of the Knight of the Mirrors' squire (Tomé Cecial disguised); in the background, don Quixote and the Knight of the Mirrors talk.
Don Quixote's figure, just sketched, is of absolute modernity.
Remarkable figures (see detailed Tomé Cecial, Sancho's astonishment...). 
Notes 1 - Same illus. first appeared in London: Knight and Lacey, 1824; reprinted for the London: Jones & Co, 1831 edition.