Burke and Hare – Card

£ 3.00

Description

Burke and Hare – Circa 1826

William Burke and William Hare are two of Edinburgh’s most infamous historical residents.  They were body snatchers and murderers who made money out of the great need for bodies for medical research in 17th Century Scotland.  They and their wives were caught and tried for 16 murders in 1828, with Burke being hanged and Hare escaping justice by blaming his fellow murderer.  Hare left Edinburgh after the trial and little is known of what became of him.  Burke’s body was used for medical research and his skeleton is still exhibited at Edinburgh’s Anatomical Museum.

This playful print featuring Burke and Hare, or Bear and Hare, was created by Mister Peebles for a Halloween Window Exhibition in October 2017.

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This listing is for 1 x A6 card with brown craft envelope.

A6 size – 10.5 x 14.8cm

Comes with a manilla envelope

Printed on thick 300gsm white card

Blank inside for your own party message

 

Additional information

Size

A4 21 × 29cm, A3 29 x 42 cm, A2 42 x 59 cm

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