Chevalier Cliquot and Madame Cliquot

Chevalier Cliquot swallows a sword with a rifle attached, while Madame Cliquot gets ready to fire the rifle which drives the sword further down Chevalier's throat in in this scarce printed page from the London magazine "St. Paul's," taken during Cliquot's famed 1896 Royal Aquarium run. "Photograph by H. Gibbs, Kingsland Road, N.E." This page is from Chevalier Cliquot's own book of pasted press-clippings.

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