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Original 18th and 19th century British caricature, satire and cartoon etchings, engravings, lithographs from miscellaneous sources


A Fast Sailor
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REF #1
A FAST SAILOR
artist unknown
Publisher unknown
CONDITION: browned paper, corner loss
Sheet size: 4.5 x 6.5 inches
$10
A CONTESTED SEAT
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REF #2
A CONTESTED SEAT
artist unknown
Publisher unknown
CONDITION: browned paper, grubby upper left with something stuck on back of print
Sheet size: 4.75 x 6.75 inches
$10
AN OVERFLOW OF SPIRITS
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REF #3
AN OVERFLOW OF SPIRITS
artist unknown
Publisher unknown
CONDITION: browned paper, staining in lower right corner
Sheet size: 4.5 x 7 inches
THE GATHERER
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REF #4
THE GATHERER
A Snapper up of unconsidered Trifles
artist unknown
Publisher: G. Tregear, London
(ca. 1830-1840)
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, causing some rippling
Sheet size: 5.5 x 8.128 inches
A HOD FELLOW
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REF #5
A ODD HOD FELLOW
artist unknown
Publisher: G. Tregear, London
(ca. 1830-1840)
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some spots
Sheet size: 5.675 x 7.75 inches
COME WHERE THE ASPENS QUIVER
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REF #6
(A Song)
COME WHERE THE ASPENS QUIVER
artist unknown
Publisher: G. Tregear, London (Tregear's Flights of Humour NO. 22)
(ca. 1830-1840)
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, horizontal creases, some spotting and age-toning
Sheet size: 7.75 x 11 inches
A DISAPPOINTMENT
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REF #7
Every Man his own Cook
A DISAPPOINTMENT!!!
ALL O!!! THE DEVIL TAKE THE SOOT, TI'S SPOIL'D ALL MY EGGS AND BACON!!!
This is enough to make a Parson Swear
artist unknown
Publisher: G. Tregear, London
(ca. 1830-1840)
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, causing rippling, some minor spots
Sheet size: 7.75 x 9.5 inches
READING AND UNDERSTANDING
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REF #8
READING AND UNDERSTANDING
A Prince of Wales 95 feet Long!! my eyes! Wot a King he'll Make!!!
artist unknown
Publisher: G. Tregear, London
[Tregear's Flights of Humor No. 14]
(ca. 1830-1840)
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some staining lower right
Sheet size: 8.375 x 10.5 inches
STARVE
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REF #9
General Distress
Giving the word of command

STARVE!!!!
artist: GWG (?)
Publisher: G. Tregear, London [Tegear's Flights of Humour No. 4, May 1830]
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some foxing
Sheet size: 6.5 x 11.5 inches
NO REFLECTION
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REF #10
NO REFLECTION
Ah'' where's the Ward that such a Key could fit!
artist unknown
Publisher unknown
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, minor spots
Sheet size: 6.25 x 6.125 inches
$15
FOOLSCAP HOTPRESSED by BIRCH
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REF #11
FOOLSCAP
HOTPRESSED by BIRCH
artist unknown
Publisher:
(Bell's Life in London, 14 Nov 1830, See British Museum information here]
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper with resulting puckering
Sheet size: 6.25 x 6.125 inches
DON-KEY
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REF #12
The Services of an English Lord Mayor rewarded with a Spanish Title
DON-KEY
artist: I.D.
Publisher: probably (Bell's Life in London, Nov 1830, See British Museum information here]
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper with resulting puckering, some staining lower right
Sheet size: 7.25 x 11.25 inches
$25
THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES
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REF #13
THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES
O'yes Sir and the Queen will give us plenty of Court days now.
I have the pleasure of drinking your health Ma'am, The new King has made a great improvement.
artist unknown
Publisher: O. Hodgson (circa 1830)
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper with resulting minor puckering, light spotting
Sheet size: 8.125 x 11 inches
$30
The VISION of the DONKEY and the white HUNTER
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REF #14
The VISION of the DONKEY and the white HUNTER
artist unknown
Publisher unknown, circa 1830
See British Museum information here
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, light spotting
Sheet size: 9.375 x 8 inches
Alack! that it should come to pass...
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REF #15
Alack! that it should come to pass, The Prime & P__l thrown by an ass!
artist unknown
Publisher unknown (Nov 9, 1830)
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper causing some rippling, light spotting
Sheet size: 9.25 x 7.5 inches
A POPULAR TRIO
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REF #16
A POPULAR TRIO
We three Loggerheads be
W___ P___
&
DON KEY

artist: A.D.
Publisher: probably (Bell's Life in London, Nov 1830, See British Museum information here]
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper with resulting puckering, some staining
Sheet size: 7.25 x 7.75 inches
THE DON-KEY TURN'D MAYOR...
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REF #17
THE DON-KEY TURN'D MAYOR
OR
AN ASS IN THE CHAIR
artist unknown
Publisher: probably (Bell's Life in London, Nov 1830, See British Museum information here]
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some staining/foxing
Sheet size: 7.125 x 8.75 inches
$50
A GRAND COMBINATION OF NATIVE TALENT
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REF #18
A GRAND COMBINATION
OF NATIVE TALENT
A TRIO as sung in the FARCE of the
HOAX or NO CITY FEAST
artist: CJG (Charles Jameson Grant)
Publisher: unknown, circa 1830
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some staining/foxing and tears around edges
Sheet size: 9 x 10.875 inches
What a Scandalous Shame...
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REF #19
What a Scandalous Shame it is that they are allow'd to take people off in this here kind of way.
artist: CJG (Charles Jameson Grant)
Publisher: unknown, circa 1830
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some staining/foxing
Sheet size: 8 x 11.5 inches
What a Scandalous Shame...
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REF #20
THE TAILORS WAR!
Being a New System of Cutting in the Trade!
When Snip meets Snip then comes the Tug of War!

artist: CJG (Charles Jameson Grant)
Publisher: unknown, circa 1830
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some staining from glue coming through to front
Sheet size: 11 x 7.875 inches
FROZEN OUT
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REF #21
FROZEN OUT
No more Cabbage all the Salary nipped

artist unknown
Publisher: Knights Sweetings, circa1830,
See British Museum information here]
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some staining/foxing
Sheet size: 8.375 x 11 inches
$50
PURE LOYALTY
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REF #22
PURE LOYALTY
HERE'S A HEALTH TO THE KING
GOD BLESS HIM

artist: JWG (?)
Publisher: G. Tregear, London [Tegear's Flights of Humour No. 3, 1830]
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, some foxing
Sheet size: 7.5 x 10.375 inches
THE MAN WOT'S GOT THE ELECTION
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REF #23
THE MAN WOT'S GOT THE ELECTION
artist unknown
Publisher: O Hodgson, circa 1833
See British Museum information here
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper with some minor rippling
Sheet size: 7.125 x 11 inches
$75
THE MAN WOT'S GOT THE ELECTION
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REF #24
THE MAN WOT'S LOST THE ELECTION
artist unknown
Publisher: O Hodgson, circa 1833
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper, overall age-toned, thumbtack holes in corners
Sheet size: 7.25 x 10.875 inches
$50
THE MAN WOT'S GOT THE ELECTION
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REF #25
THE ELECTION
artist initials present, but illegible: MG, EMS (??)
Publisher: unknown, circa 1833
See British Museum information here
CONDITION: adhered to backing paper with some minor rippling, stain upper right corner, trimmed as shown
Sheet size: 13.25 x 9.25 inches
$125
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