Prof. U. Milse

Larger than Cabinet Card sized pitchcard showing the mustachioed Milse leaning on (!) a rifle as next to him sits an elaborate lyre-shaped sword stand atop a tripod with patriotic embroidered cloth. His sword stand contains a saw for swallowing and nearly a dozen swords. He is described as "GREAT FIRE KING AND CHAMPION SWORD SWALLOWER, and displays what appear to be a long row of unlit torches attached to another stand. This card was sold with another pitch card of the Tocci Brothers, same size and style, which is probably from 1893.

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