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S. Abbey

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Salomon Van Abbé aka S. Abbey (1883-1955) was a Dutch-born, British illustrator. Not to be mistaken with his brother J. Abbey (1889-1954).

In 1930, he did 2 illustrations for Arthur Conan Doyle's short story The Parish Magazine.


Illustrations

1930






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