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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Exchange Asylum. Rouble. "What's your name?" Mark. "Mark." Rouble. "What are you doing?" Mark. "Falling." Rouble. "What's your face value?" Mark. "A shilling." Rouble. "What are you worth now?" Mark. "Twenty million to the pound." Rouble. "Come inside." Franc (nervously). "I'm not feeling too sane myself." (cartoon showing the currency values of Russia, Germany and France during the InterWar era)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Exchange Asylum. Rouble. "What's your name?" Mark. "Mark." Rouble. "What are you doing?" Mark. "Falling." Rouble. "What's your face value?" Mark. "A shilling." Rouble. "What are you worth now?" Mark. "Twenty million to the pound." Rouble. "Come inside." Franc (nervously). "I'm not feeling too sane myself." (cartoon showing the currency values of Russia, Germany and France during the InterWar era)