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"  The text reads ‘Oh, fickle fortune, smile on me once more. 1972’. The text on the manacle reads ‘ITK-7’ (Corrective Labour Camp No.7).  Detention Centre for Minor Offenders, 6 Kalyaeva Street, Leningrad. 1981.  This thieves’ tattoo is known as ‘Winged Fickle Fortune’. The wearer dreams of committing a bold, large-scale theft allowing him to give up his life of crime."

The text reads ‘Oh, fickle fortune, smile on me once more. The text on the manacle reads (Corrective Labour Camp

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ada-veen: russian-criminal-tattoos: ‘I call to you, I wait for you, I will drink you drop by drop, my love’ A tattoo worn by an active lesbian, it was widespread in the and

Amazon.com: Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia Volume III (9780955006197): Danzig Baldaev, Damon Murray, Stephen Sorrell, Sergei Vasiliev: Books

Amazon.com: Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia Volume III (9780955006197): Danzig Baldaev, Damon Murray, Stephen Sorrell, Sergei Vasiliev: Books

FUEL › RUSSIAN CRIMINAL TATTOO ARCHIVE › POSTERS › POSTER 7

FUEL › RUSSIAN CRIMINAL TATTOO ARCHIVE › POSTERS › POSTER 7

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