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Original Vanity Fair Spy prints

We sell original Vanity Fair lithographs, not reproductions.
The normal size of a Vanity Fair print is about 10½ by 15½ inches (approx. 27x40 cm),
though this does vary somewhat by year and publisher as well as whether any trimming has occurred at some point during the past century or more of the print's life.

Whenever possible, we provide the original descriptive text or a copy thereof.

VANITY FAIR "Spy" PRINTS ~ POLITICAL (1871-1872)

1869-1870 1871-1872 1873-1874 1875-1877 1878-1879 1880-1881
1882-1883 1884-1886 1887-1889 1890-1892 1893-1894 1895-1914
Vanity Fair "Spy" Print Categories
Accountants
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Ambassadors to England
Americans
Architects and Engineers
Artists
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Aviators
Bankers and Financiers
Billiards
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Businessmen and Empire Builders
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Dog Judge
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Duelling
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Legal
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Newspapermen
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Polo
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Proofs before lettering
Railway Officials
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Scotsmen
Shipping Officials
Sport Riders
Sports, Misc.
Stock Exchange Officials
Swimming
Teachers
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Trade Union Officials
Turf Devotees
Wagerers
Yachting

Lord Lawrence
Lord Lawrence
Jan. 21, 1871
One of the best types of administrative ability in modern times.
$20

The Right Hon. William Monsell
The Right Hon. William Monsell
Feb. 11, 1871
The painstaking Irishman.
$20

Mr. George Hammond Whalley
Mr. George Hammond Whalley
Feb. 18, 1871
The great believer in Roman Catholicism.
$25

The Hon. Gerard James Noel
The Hon. Gerard James Noel
March 18, 1871
A nice little fellow.
$20


Mr. Richard Dowse
March 25, 1871
An Irish wit and Solicitor-General.
$40

Lord Lyttelton
Lord Lyttelton
April 1, 1871
A man of position.
$25

The Earl of Harrowby
The Earl of Harrowby
April 8, 1871
The last generation.
$45


The Marquis of Normanby
The Marquis of Normanby
April 22, 1871
By birth a man, by inheritance a Marquis and a Governor by his Sovereign's favour, he fills all his positions with credit.
$26

Mr. Michael Thomas Bass
Mr. Michael Thomas Bass
May 20, 1871
Beer
$35

The Duke of Marlborough
The Duke of Marlborough
July 8, 1871
A Conservative religionist.
$32

Sir Roger Dougherty Tichborne
Sir Roger Dougherty Tichborne, Bart.?
June 10, 1871
Baronet or butcher.
$65



Lord Skelmersdale
Lord Skelmersdale
July 15, 1871
A Conservative Whip.
$20

Mr. George Bentinck
Mr. George Bentinck
Aug. 5, 1871
Big Ben.
$30

Mr. John Locke
Mr. John Locke
Aug. 12, 1871
The only man who is ever known to make Gladstone smile.
$35

Don Manuel Rances y Villanueva
Don Manuel Rances y Villanueva
Aug 26, 1871
The Spanish Minister.
$34

The Right Hon. Russell Gurney
The Right Hon. Russell Gurney
Sept. 9, 1871
A Commissioner
$25

The Duke of Rutland
The Duke of Rutland
Sept. 16, 1871
He was once offered the leadership of the Conservative Party.
$20

Alderman Lusk
Alderman Lusk
Oct. 7, 1871
Now I want to know.
$20

Mr. Henry William Eaton
Mr. Henry William Eaton
Oct. 14, 1871
Silk.
$25

Mr. John Pender
Mr. John Pender
Oct. 28, 1871
Telegraphs.
$20

Mr. Lionel Seymour William Dawson-Damer
Mr. Lionel Seymour William Dawson-Damer
Nov. 18, 1871
Hippy.
$20

Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke
Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke
Nov. 25, 1871
A far advanced Radical.
$20

Mr. Alexander D.R.W. Baillie-Cochrane
Mr. Alexander D.R.W. Baillie-Cochrane
Dec. 2, 1871
Judicious Amelioration.
$20

Mr. Anthony John Mundella
Mr. Anthony John Mundella
Dec. 9, 1871
Education and Arbitration.
$20

Mr. John George Dodson
Mr. John George Dodson
Dec. 16, 1871
Ways and Means.
$25

Mr. Cavendish-Bentinck
Mr. Cavendish-Bentinck
Dec. 23, 1871
Little Ben.
$25

The Hon. Horation Horalis Walpole
The Hon. Horation Horalis Walpole
Feb. 10, 1872
He defended Hyde Park.
$35

Sir Roundell Palmer
Sir Roundell Palmer
March 16, 1872
He refused the Woolsack, and voted against the Disestablishment of the Irish Church.
$20

Mr. Maguire
Mr. Maguire
March 23, 1872
A Home Ruler.
$50


The Right Hon. Gathorne Hardy
The Right Hon. Gathorne Hardy
April 20, 1872
Conservative.
$22

Sir Wilfrid Lawson
Sir Wilfrid Lawson
May 11, 1872
Permissive Prohibition.
$35

Mr. Samuel Morley
Mr. Samuel Morley
June 15, 1872
Dissent.
$36

Mr. Samuel Morley
Sir Arthur Richard Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, K.G., P.C
June 22, 1872
The son of Waterloo.
$50

Mr. George Leeman
Mr. George Leeman
July 13, 1872
A Yorkshire Solicitor.
$32

The Right Hon. Edward Pleydell Bouverie
The Right Hon. Edward Pleydell Bouverie
July 27, 1872
He did not decline the Speakership.
$35

Mr. James Delahunty
Mr. James Delahunty
Aug. 3, 1872
Currency.
$50


The Right Honourable Edward Horsman
The Right Hon. Edward Horsman
Aug. 10, 1872
The eccentric Liberal.
$50


The Right Hon. Charles Pelham Villiers
The Right Hon. Charles Pelham Villiers
Aug. 31, 1872
He advocated Free-trade before it was safe to attack Protection.
$38

Viscount Enfield
Viscount Enfield
Sept. 14, 1872
Answers questions.
$30

The Right Hon. Sir Colman Michael O'Loghlen
The Right Hon. Sir Colman Michael O'Loghlen
Sept. 28, 1872
An Irish baronet.
$30

Léon Gambetta
Léon Gambetta
Oct. 19, 1872
He devoured France with activity.
$24

Mr. Joseph Cowen
Mr. Joseph Cowen
Oct. 26, 1872
Newcastle-on-Tyne.
$34

Sir Sydney Hedley Waterlow
Sir Sydney Hedley Waterlow
Nov. 9, 1872
The Lord Mayor
(title trimmed)

$28

The Right Honourable Edward Horsman
The Right Hon. Henry Bouverie William Brand, M.P.
Nov. 16, 1872
Mr. Speaker.
$60


Mr. Henry Fawcett
Mr. Henry Fawcett
Dec. 21, 1872
A Radical leader.
$20

Mr. Gabriel Goldney
Mr. Gabriel Goldney
Dec. 28, 1872
Practical.
$15

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