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Russian popular prints or broadsides—illustrating religious, historical, folk, satirical, heroic, or everyday themes—were printed by woodcut, copper-plate engraving, or lithography. They were sold at markets in Moscow and St Petersburg and distributed in the countryside by chapmen.


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