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Image for “a Premiere of France” Vanity Fair. Jan 27. 1898.

“a Premiere of France” Vanity Fair. Jan 27. 1898.

By: GUTH:

Price: £12.00

Publisher: Vanity Fair. 1898:

Seller ID: 62236


Colour print: 18.5 cm x 31 cm. In wide ivory mount (width of mount 5.0 cm & 5.0 cm at the lower margin). Drawn by ‘GUTH’. Ready to frame. In very good condition. Full length portrait of politician behind desk with papers. Vanity Fair ‘Spy’ type colour print of M.Felix Jules Meline. The subject was Premier of France and Minister for Agriculture from 1896-98. Shown here giving a speech, with a plant symbol ‘Merite Agricole’ in top right corner. View more info

Image for “The Prince of Monaco”. ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by Spy. Princes.- No.XXII. The Prince of Monaco

“The Prince of Monaco”. ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by Spy. Princes.- No.XXII. The Prince of Monaco

By: SPY. (Sir Leslie Ward):

Price: £30.00

Publisher: Vanity Fair. London. 7/06/1900:

Seller ID: 55800


Colour print from Vanity Fair, with accompanying commentary by Jehu Junior. In very good condition. A couple of foxing spots to margin. Else clean and unmarked. Two pages. Caricature of The Prince of Monaco. Albert-Honoré-Charles Grimaldi (1889–1922), seaman, amateur oceanographer, and patron of the sciences, whose contributions to the development of oceanography included innovations in oceanographic equipment and technique and the founding and endowment of Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (1899) and the Oceanographic Institute in Paris (1906). View more info

Image for “G.W.R.” Vanity Fair. Nov. 20. 1902.

“G.W.R.” Vanity Fair. Nov. 20. 1902.

By: SPY:

Price: £14.00

Publisher: Vanity Fair. 1902:

Seller ID: 62238


Colour print: 18.5 cm x 31 cm. In wide ivory mount (width of mount 5.0 cm & 5.0 cm at the lower margin). Drawn by ‘SPY’. Ready to frame. With biographical notes on back. In very good condition. Full length portrait of portly Edwardian gentleman. Vanity Fair ‘Spy’ type colour print of Sir Joseph Loftus Wilkinson, General Manager of 'G. W. R.'. Shown here in profile with hands behind back. View more info

Image for "Secretary for Scotland'" Vanity Fair. August 14. 1902.

"Secretary for Scotland'" Vanity Fair. August 14. 1902.

By: SPY:

Price: £12.00

Publisher: Vanity Fair. 1902:

Seller ID: 62239


Colour print: 18.5 cm x 31 cm. In wide ivory mount (width of mount 5.0 cm & 5.0 cm at the lower margin). Drawn by ‘SPY’. Ready to frame. With biographical notes on back. In very good condition. Full length portrait of Edwardian gentleman. Vanity Fair ‘Spy’ type colour print of Lord Balfour of Burleigh, Alexander Hugh Bruce, who served as Secretary of State for Scotland from 1876-1921.Shown here in 3/4 profile with crown in top right corner. View more info

Image for “orthodoxy” Vanity Fair. Oct 30.1902.

“orthodoxy” Vanity Fair. Oct 30.1902.

By: SPY:

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Vanity Fair. 1902:

Seller ID: 62240


Colour print: 18.5 cm x 31 cm. In wide ivory mount (width of mount 5.0 cm & 5.0 cm at the lower margin). Drawn by ‘SPY’. Ready to frame. With biographical notes on back. In very good condition. Portrait of Edwardian gentleman seated at desk. Vanity Fair ‘Spy’ type colour print of Sir William Henry Broadbent, Physician in Ordinary to Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. He was also a noted neurologist and cardiologist and did important work in Cancer, Tuberculosis and apoplexy. Shown here at his desk, wearing specatcles, with small symbol of shield with a hand in top... View more info

Image for John Frederick Peel Rawlinson Signed by the subject.

John Frederick Peel Rawlinson Signed by the subject.

By: SPY:

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Vanity Fair. 1908:

Seller ID: 63712


12 1/2” x 17 1/2” black and gilt frame with 7 3/4” x 12 3/4” print. In very good condition. some small marks and light scratches. Signed by subject in lower left corner. The subject is shown in barrister’s wig and gown. John Frederick Peel Rawlinson (21 December 1860 – 14 January 1926) was an amateur English footballer who won the FA Cup with Old Etonians in 1882 and made one appearance for England in 1882 playing as a goalkeeper, before serving as a Member of Parliament for Cambridge University from 1906 to 1926. Called to the Bar 1884. Took silk 1897. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by BEERBOHM, MAX: “Four Feathers”. (A.E.W.Mason M.P.) 10/6/1908. (Author)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by BEERBOHM, MAX: “Four Feathers”. (A.E.W.Mason M.P.) 10/6/1908. (Author)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Hentschel-Colourtype. London. 1908:

Seller ID: 55264


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. With a couple of small marks on border. In ivory mount with gilt line. A.E.W.Mason M.P. was an author and politician who is best known forthe book “The Four Feathers” which has been filmed several times. He also served in WW I. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: SIGNOR PIETRO MASCAGNI, “Cavalleria Rusticana.”. 24/8/1893. (Music)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: SIGNOR PIETRO MASCAGNI, “Cavalleria Rusticana.”. 24/8/1893. (Music)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £24.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1893:

Seller ID: 55268


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. With a couple of small marks at top of border. Top right corner slightly creased. In ivory mount with gilt line. Pietro Mascagni (December 7, 1863 – August 2, 1945) was an Italian composer most noted for his operas. His 1890 masterpiece, Cavalleria rusticana, caused one of the greatest sensations in opera history and singlehandedly ushered in the Verismo movement in Italian dramatic music. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: PRINCE EMANUELE FILIBERTO OF SAVOY, 2ND DUKE OF AOSTA. 12/11/1902. (Royalty)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: PRINCE EMANUELE FILIBERTO OF SAVOY, 2ND DUKE OF AOSTA. 12/11/1902. (Royalty)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1902:

Seller ID: 55272


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. Three small marks. In ivory mount with gilt line. Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy, 2nd Duke of Aosta (13 January 1869 – July 4, 1931) was a member of House of Savoy, former Crown Prince of Spain and a cousin of Victor Emmanuel III of Italy. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by APE: MR HERBERT BULKELEY MACKWORTH PRAED MP. “the philanthropist”. 18/7/1874. (Politics)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by APE: MR HERBERT BULKELEY MACKWORTH PRAED MP. “the philanthropist”. 18/7/1874. (Politics)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £14.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1874:

Seller ID: 55273


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. Rubber stamp of The Law Society on top left corner of print. Some small spots. In ivory mount with gilt line. Herbert Bulkeley Mackworth Praed was elected as MP for Colchester in 1874. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: HENRY THOMAS FOLEY, 5th Baron Foley  “a liberal peer”. 2/12/1882. (Politics)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: HENRY THOMAS FOLEY, 5th Baron Foley “a liberal peer”. 2/12/1882. (Politics)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1882:

Seller ID: 55274


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. A few small marks. In ivory mount with gilt line. Henry Thomas Foley, 5th Baron Foley (4 December 1850 – 17 December 1905), was an English peer. Foley created extensive housing developments in Claygate with the coming of the railway in the area of Foley Road and Fitzalan Road (named after his brother). View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: MR.STEEL.  “the leviathan”. 27/10/1877. (Wagerers)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: MR.STEEL. “the leviathan”. 27/10/1877. (Wagerers)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £20.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1877:

Seller ID: 55281


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. A nice clean print. In ivory mount with gilt line. Owner of steel and iron works in Sheffield. 'His account at the Westminster Bank is the largest there'. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by QUIZ: THE RT. HON. SIR H.C LOPES.  “An Old Fashioned Judge”. 25/3/1893. (Legal)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by QUIZ: THE RT. HON. SIR H.C LOPES. “An Old Fashioned Judge”. 25/3/1893. (Legal)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1893:

Seller ID: 55286


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. A nice clean print. In ivory mount with gilt line. Rt Hon Sir H. C. Lopes, M.P.,Q.C., later 1st Baron Ludlow. Spent many years in Exeter. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: SIR JOHN WHITAKER ELLIS BART. LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. “The Lord Mayor”. 4/11/1882. (Politicians)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: SIR JOHN WHITAKER ELLIS BART. LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. “The Lord Mayor”. 4/11/1882. (Politicians)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1882:

Seller ID: 55288


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. A nice clean print. In ivory mount with gilt line. Sir John Whitaker Ellis Bart was Lord Mayor of London 1881-2 and the first mayor of the Borough of Richmond 1890-1. View more info

Image for ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: BARON ADOLPH WILHELM DEICHMANN. “Four-in-Hand”. 14/5/1903. (Carriages)

ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: BARON ADOLPH WILHELM DEICHMANN. “Four-in-Hand”. 14/5/1903. (Carriages)

By: VANITY FAIR: A Weekly Show:

Price: £14.00

Publisher: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. 1903:

Seller ID: 55289


Size of printed surface: ca. 33 cm x 20 cm. Coloured as published. Very good. Mild foxing and a couple of small marks. In ivory mount with gilt line. Coaching enthusiast. Born 1831. Father was a Banker in Cologne. Came to England. View more info