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Tattooing Is London’s Fashionable Craze, 1910

May 8, 1910, Tattooing

May 8, 1910: A London tattoo artist says, “Not long ago, too, a lady came to me to have a cat's head tattooed on her arm. It was a portrait of a pet animal which she recently had lost. Well, I preserved the animal's outline in colors and it cost her 5 guineas.”

Also on the Daily Mirror: Councilman Seeks to Regulate Tattoo Shops, Sept. 3, 1943.

May 8, 1910, Tattooing
May 8, 1910, Tattooing

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