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Francis, Duke of Teck

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Francis, Duke of Teck
Ref: 2356205



An antique print entitled "The most popular of princes he has married the most popular of pricesses" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'ATn' was published on May 14th, 1870.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Henry Morton Stanley

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Henry Morton Stanley
Ref: 2356202



An antique print entitled "He found Livingstone" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Montbard' was published on November 26th, 1870.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Charles Darwin.

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Charles Darwin.
Ref: 2356201



An antique print entitled "A Faithful Friend, an eminent Savant, and the best possible of Presidents" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Coïdé' was published on September 30th, 1871.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 150.00
  



Roderick Murchison

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Roderick Murchison
Ref: 2356200



An antique print entitled "A Faithful Friend, an eminent Savant, and the best possible of Presidents" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape' was published on November 26th, 1870.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Louis Marie-Julien Viaud

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Louis Marie-Julien Viaud
Ref: 2356194



An antique print entitled "Pierre Loti" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Guth' was published on June 6th, 1895.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Franz Joseph I of Austria

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Franz Joseph I of Austria
Ref: 2356193



An antique print entitled "Austria" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Sue' was published on December 29th, 1877.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Naser al-Din Shah Qajar  (HIM The Shah of Persia)

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Naser al-Din Shah Qajar (HIM The Shah of Persia)
Ref: 2353220



An antique print entitled "He Endowed Persia with a National Debt" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on July 5th, 1873.


Approx 18.5cms by 32cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Victor Emmanuel II of Italy

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Victor Emmanuel II of Italy
Ref: 2353219



An antique print entitled "Il Re Galantuomo" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Coïdé' was published on January 29th, 1870.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Prof. John Tyndall

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Prof. John Tyndall
Ref: 2353202



An antique print entitled "The Scientific Use of the Imagination" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Cecioni' was published on April 6th, 1872. Some paper loss in top left corner and other marginal repaird tears and creases.


Approx 19cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Charles Floquet

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Charles Floquet
Ref: 2352954



An antique print entitled "Vive la Pologne" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on June 16th, 1888.


Approx 19cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Ruskin

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John Ruskin
Ref: 2352953



An antique print entitled "The realisation of the Ideal" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Cecioni' was published on Feb. 17th, 1872.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Sir George Biddell Airy, KCB, PRS

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Sir George Biddell Airy, KCB, PRS
Ref: 2352952



An antique print entitled "Astronomy" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape' was published on Nov. 13th, 1875.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 40.00
  



James Anthony Froude

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James Anthony Froude
Ref: 2352950



An antique print entitled "He created Henry VIII exploded Mary Stuart and demolished Elizabeth" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Cecioni' was published on Jan. 27th, 1872. A few repaired marginal tears.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Sultan Abdul Aziz of Turkey

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Sultan Abdul Aziz of Turkey
Ref: 2352949



An antique print entitled "Ote-toi de la que je m'y mette" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Guth' was published on April 18th, 1895.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Félix Faure

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Félix Faure
Ref: 2352948



An antique print entitled "The eminently respectable" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Guth' was published on April 18th, 1895.


Approx 18.5cms by 33cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Gen. Sir H. A. deV. Maclean

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Gen. Sir H. A. deV. Maclean
Ref: 2352947



An antique print entitled "The Kaid" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on Feb. 25th, 1904.


Approx 18.5cms by 33cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Mr Joseph Henry Houldsworth

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Mr Joseph Henry Houldsworth
Ref: 2352946



An antique print entitled "The New Steward" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'T' was published on Dec. 27th, 1890.


Approx 18.5cms by 32cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Sir J Bennet Lawes Bt

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Sir J Bennet Lawes Bt
Ref: 2352945



An antique print entitled "Agricultural Science" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'T' was published on July 8th, 1882.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Lord Lytton

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Lord Lytton
Ref: 2352944



An antique print entitled "the Vice Empress" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on March 18th, 1876.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



The Earl of Durham

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The Earl of Durham
Ref: 2352942



An antique print entitled "Coals" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on Dec. 24th, 1887.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



The Earl of Eglinton and Winton

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The Earl of Eglinton and Winton
Ref: 2352941



An antique print entitled "A good sportsman" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 16th Jan. 1896.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Count Paul Metternich

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Count Paul Metternich
Ref: 2352939



An antique print entitled "Count Paul Metternich" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 7th March, 1895.


Approx 18.5cms by 32.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



The King of Prussia.

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The King of Prussia.
Ref: 2352938



An antique print entitled "Les Mangeoit Pour Soi Refraischir Devant Souper" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Coïdé' was published on Jan. 7, 1871.


Approx 18.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Horace Greeley

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Horace Greeley
Ref: 2352802



An antique print entitled "Anything to beat Grant" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Nast' was published on 20th July, 1872.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Alfred Charles William Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Harmsworth.

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Alfred Charles William Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Harmsworth.
Ref: 8343





An antique print entitled "He is Conservative candidate for Portsmouth" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 16th May, 1895.


Approx 20cms by 32cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Edward Levy-Lawson, 1st Baron Burnham

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Edward Levy-Lawson, 1st Baron Burnham
Ref: 2348289



An antique print entitled "The Daily Telegraph" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 22nd March, 1873.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 50.00
  



William Henry Smith

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William Henry Smith
Ref: 2348288



An antique print entitled "Newspapers" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Cecioni' was published on 9th March, 1872.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Guglielmo Marconi

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Guglielmo Marconi
Ref: 2348287



An antique print entitled "Wire without wires" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 2nd May, 1905.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Lieut. Gen.  Sir R.S. Baden-Powell.  K.C.B.

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Lieut. Gen. Sir R.S. Baden-Powell. K.C.B.
Ref: 2348273



An antique print entitled "Boy Scouts" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape Junior' was published on 19th April, 1911.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Thomas Henry Ismay.  (Titanic)

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Thomas Henry Ismay. (Titanic)
Ref: 2348267





An antique print entitled "White Star" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Lib' was published on 15th November, 1894.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



H. E. Governor John Pope Hennessy.  C.M.G.

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H. E. Governor John Pope Hennessy. C.M.G.
Ref: 8364





An antique print entitled "Colonial Government" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape' was published on 27th March, 1875.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 35.00
  



M. Pierre Louis Albert Decrais.

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M. Pierre Louis Albert Decrais.
Ref: 8453





An antique print entitled "M. Decrais " produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Guth' was published on 28th December, 1893.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Marquis of Ailesbury.

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Marquis of Ailesbury.
Ref: 8450





An antique print entitled "Three Dowagers" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'T' was published on 9th October, 1880.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Lord Robartes

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Lord Robartes
Ref: 8447





An antique print entitled "East Cornwall" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 4th February, 1882.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Nicholas de Giers.

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Nicholas de Giers.
Ref: 8430





An antique print entitled "the Russian Foreign Office" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Nemo' was published on 27th December, 1884.


Approx 19cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Alfred Deakin.  Prime Minister Australia.

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Alfred Deakin. Prime Minister Australia.
Ref: 8417





An antique print entitled "Australia" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 2nd September , 1908.


Approx 19.5cms by 32.5cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Gyula Andrassy .

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Gyula Andrassy .
Ref: 8406





An antique print entitled "Hungary in effigy" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Kluz' was published on 6th January, 1877.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 30.00
  



William Henry Waddington.

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William Henry Waddington.
Ref: 8405





An antique print entitled "France at the Congress" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'T' was published on 28th September, 1878.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 30.00
  



John Stewart-Murray.  7th Duke of Atholl.

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John Stewart-Murray. 7th Duke of Atholl.
Ref: 8402





An antique print entitled "the seventh Duke" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 8th November, 1879.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Mr Charles Cunningham Boycott.

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Mr Charles Cunningham Boycott.
Ref: 8384





An antique print entitled "Boycott.'" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 29th January, 1881. As a British land agent, whose ostracism by his local community in Ireland gave the English language the verb to boycott.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Mr John Delacour.

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Mr John Delacour.
Ref: 8380





An antique print entitled "Lord Hothfield.'" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 14th March, 1885.


Approx 19cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Mr James Weatherby.

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Mr James Weatherby.
Ref: 8378





An antique print entitled "Mr James Weatherby'" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Lib' was published on 17th May, 1890.


Approx 19cms by 32cms.


Price: 30.00
  



The Earl of Portarlington.

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The Earl of Portarlington.
Ref: 8376





An antique print entitled "The Dasher'" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 16th August, 1894.


Approx 19cms by 33cms.


Price: 35.00
  



The Duke of Bedford.

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The Duke of Bedford.
Ref: 8374





An antique print entitled "Rousseau'" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 10th September, 1896.


Approx 19.5cms by 34.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Lord Dungarvan.

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Lord Dungarvan.
Ref: 8372





An antique print entitled "Sol'" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 28th October, 1897.


Approx 18.5cms by 32cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Baron Herman Von Eckardstein.

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Baron Herman Von Eckardstein.
Ref: 8369





An antique print entitled "A German Attache'" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 21st July, 1898.


Approx 21cms by 32cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Theophile Delcasse'

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Theophile Delcasse'
Ref: 8368





An antique print entitled "French Foreign Affairs" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by
'Guth' was published on 9th February, 1899.


Approx 18.5cms by 34cms.


Price: 30.00
  



The Baron Chaudron De Courcel.

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The Baron Chaudron De Courcel.
Ref: 8365





An antique print entitled "The French Ambassador" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Guth' was published on 31st January, 1895.


Approx 19cms by 32cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Sir George Elliot  1st Baronet.

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Sir George Elliot 1st Baronet.
Ref: 8363





An antique print entitled "Geordie" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 29th November, 1879.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Rt. Hon. Sir John Gordon Sprigg.

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Rt. Hon. Sir John Gordon Sprigg.
Ref: 8359





An antique print entitled "The Cape" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 16th September, 1897.


Approx 19cms by 32cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Col. Sir Henry Edward Colville.

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Col. Sir Henry Edward Colville.
Ref: 8358





An antique print entitled "Odger" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 3rd October, 1885.


Approx 19cms by 35cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Col. John J. Macdonnell.

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Col. John J. Macdonnell.
Ref: 8357





An antique print entitled "Mac" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 7th October, 1882.


Approx 18.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Mr Henry David Erskine.

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Mr Henry David Erskine.
Ref: 8356





An antique print entitled "Serjeant-at-Arms" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 12th April, 1894.


Approx 19cms by 32cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Sir Roger William Henry Palmer. Bt.

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Sir Roger William Henry Palmer. Bt.
Ref: 8355





An antique print entitled "Roger" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 31st January, 1880.


Approx 18.5cms by 31cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Arthur Wrottesley, 3rd Baron Wrottesley.

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Arthur Wrottesley, 3rd Baron Wrottesley.
Ref: 8341





An antique print entitled "A Staffordshire Peer" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Stuff' was published on 20th June, 1895.


Approx 19cms by 32cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Sir Frank Lascelles, G.C.B., G.C.M.G.

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Sir Frank Lascelles, G.C.B., G.C.M.G.
Ref: 8338





An antique print produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'K' was published on 23rd October, 1912.


Approx 20cms by 32.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Her Majesty The Queen Empress.

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Her Majesty The Queen Empress.
Ref: 8331






An antique print entitled "A Cimiez" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Guth' was published on 17th June, 1897.


Approx 21cms by 33.5cms.


Price: 145.00
  



Sir Anderson Critchett.

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Sir Anderson Critchett.
Ref: 8303





An antique print entitled "The Mandarin" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 18th May, 1905.


Approx 20cms by 32.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Sir Henry L. E. Bulwer.

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Sir Henry L. E. Bulwer.
Ref: 8213





An antique print entitled "The cool of the evening" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape' was published on 27th August, 1870.


Approx 19cms by 30cms.


Price: 35.00
  



General Trochu.

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General Trochu.
Ref: 8212





An antique print entitled "The Parliamentary Empire" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weeklyissues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print was published on 17th September, 1870.


Approx 19cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



M. Emile Ollivier.

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M. Emile Ollivier.
Ref: 8211





An antique print entitled "The Parliamentary Empire" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print was published on 15th January, 1870.


Approx 19cms by 31cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Baron De Brunnow.

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Baron De Brunnow.
Ref: 8210





An antique print entitled "One of the most precious products of political miscegenation" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape' was published on 3rd December, 1870.


Approx 19.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Henri Rochefort

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Henri Rochefort
Ref: 8209





An antique print entitled "La Voyoucratie" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print was published on 22nd January, 1870.


Approx 19.5cms by 30.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



The Reverend Joseph Parker.

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The Reverend Joseph Parker.
Ref: 8208





An antique print entitled "Congregational Union" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape' was published on 19th April, 1884.


Approx 19cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 50.00
  



Lord Houghton.

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Lord Houghton.
Ref: 8207





An antique print entitled "The cool of the evening" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Ape' was published on 3rd September, 1870.


Approx 19cms by 31cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Sir Robert Edgcumbe.

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Sir Robert Edgcumbe.
Ref: 8203





An antique print entitled "Small Freeholds" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published 15th February, 1908 .


Approx 20cms by 33cms.


Price: 50.00
  



The Duke of Aosta.

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The Duke of Aosta.
Ref: 8187





An antique print entitled "The Duke of Aosta" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Lib' was published on 12th November, 1903.


Approx 21cms by 35.5cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Sir John Wolfe-Barr. K.C.B.

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Sir John Wolfe-Barr. K.C.B.
Ref: 8174





An antique print entitled "He has engineered nothing better than his own fortunes" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published on 28th January, 1905.


Approx 20cms by 34cms.


Price: 45.00
  



M. Edmond Rostand.

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M. Edmond Rostand.
Ref: 8154






An antique print entitled "Cyrano" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. The prints were produced in colour by chromo-lithography by Vincent Brooks, and Day and Son. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'GUTH' was published on 20th June, 1901.


Approx 21cms by 33cms.


Price: 45.00
  


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