Punch,  49 (1865), 256.

The Very Last Expression of Prize Pig Fatness. Forgotten in Our Last Week's Number

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Illustration, Drollery

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Exhibitions, Aeronautics, Accidents, Commerce

    Evidently a follow-up to PU1/49/26/1, this shows a pig that is so obese that not only its limbs but its head have disappeared into its fat torso. Small hooves, ears, and a snout are the only distinctive features of this overweight animal.

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