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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 (1884-1886)

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
Ambassadors from England
Ambassadors to England
Americans
Architects and Engineers
Artists
Automobilists & Balloonists
Aviators
Bankers and Financiers
Billiards
Boxers
Businessmen and Empire Builders
Carriage Drivers
Chancellors of the Exchequer
Chess
Clergy
Cricketers
Criminals
Doctors and Scientists
Dog Judge
Doubles/Groups
Duelling
Explorers and Inventors
Fencing
Fishing
Fox Hunters
Freemasons
Game Hunters
Golfers
Gymnasts
Horse Trainers
Jockeys
Ladies
Legal
Literary
Military
Miscellaneous
Music
Newspapermen
Orientals
Photographers
Policemen
Politicians
Polo
Prime Ministers
Proofs before lettering
Railway Officials
Red Robed Judges
Roller Skating
Rowing
Royalty
Rugby
Scotsmen
Shipping Officials
Sport Riders
Sports, Misc.
Stock Exchange Officials
Swimming
Teachers
Tennis
Theatre
Track
Trade Union Officials
Turf Devotees
Wagerers
Yachting

Captain Conway Seymour
Captain Conway Seymour

Feb. 16, 1884


Despatches

$28

The Hon. Henry Robert Brand
The Hon. Henry Robert Brand

March 15, 1884


Ordnance

$28

Lord Haldon
Lord Haldon

March 22, 1884

a legislator

$45

Mr. Charles Nicholas Warton
Mr. Charles Nicholas Warton

May 10, 1884


Hear! Hear!! Hear!!! Hear!!!!

$65

The Hon. Frederick Stephen Archibald Hanbury-Tracy
The Hon. Frederick Stephen Archibald Hanbury-Tracy

May 17, 1884


gentle and liberal

$40

The Duke of Northumberland
The Duke of Northumberland

June 14, 1884


the House of Percy

$30

Sir John William Ramsden
Sir John William Ramsden

June 28, 1884


Huddersfield

Mr. William Cornwallis Cartwright
Mr. William Cornwallis Cartwright

July 19, 1884


Oxfordshire

$30

Sir Walter George Stirling
Sir Walter George Stirling

July 26, 1884


two-and-eighty

$32

Mr. John Slagg
Mr. John Slagg

Aug. 2, 1884


Manchester

$30

Mr. Frederick Winn Knight
Mr. Frederick Winn Knight

Nov. 8, 1884


has sat for three and forty years

$30

Mr. Henry Hansard
Sir Thomas Chambers, Q.C., M.P.

Nov. 22, 1884


The deceased wife's sister

$40


Monsieur De Giers
Monsieur De Giers

Dec. 27, 1884


the Russian Foreign Office

$26

His Grace The Duke of Wellington
His Grace The Duke of Wellington

Jan. 3, 1885

Iron Dukes' grandson

$48

Colonel James Patrick O'Gorman Mahon
Colonel James Patrick O'Gorman Mahon

Jan. 17, 1885


Mhagthamma

$40

Sir Thomas Edward Colebrooke
Sir Thomas Edward Colebrooke

Feb. 28, 1885


Lanarkshire

$40

Mr. Edward Brydges-Willyams
Mr. Edward Brydges-Willyams

April 18, 1885

Cornwall

$45

The Right Hon. William Edward Baxter
The Right Hon. William Edward Baxter

April 25, 1885

Montrose

$25


Sir John Eardley Eardley-Wilmot
Sir John Eardley Eardley-Wilmot

May 9, 1885

South Warwickshire

$28

Hassan Fehmy Pasha
Hassan Fehmy Pasha

May 16, 1885

The Turkish Alliance

$60

Sir Frederick George Milner
Sir Frederick George Milner

June 27, 1885


York

$45

Mr. Edward Birbeck
Mr. Edward Birbeck

Aug. 15, 1885


the fishermans' friend

$40

Mr. William James Richmond Cotton
Mr. William James Richmond Cotton

Sept. 5, 1885

the City

$40

Mr. Aretas Akers-Douglas
Mr. Aretas Akers-Douglas

Sept. 26, 1885


the Kent Gang

$40

Mr. William Henry Houldsworth
Mr. William Henry Houldsworth

Oct. 3, 1885


Manchester

$45

The Earl of Harrowby
The Earl of Harrowby

Nov. 28, 1885

the Sugar of Toryism

$32

Colonel Edward Robert King-Harman
Colonel Edward Robert King-Harman

Jan. 9, 1886


the King

$32

The Hon. Harry Tyrwhitt-Wilson
The Hon. Harry Tyrwhitt-Wilson

Feb. 13, 1886

near the Rose

$42

Sir James Taylor Ingham
Sir James Taylor Ingham

Feb. 20, 1886


Bow Street

Mr. Timothy Michael Healy
Mr. Timothy Michael Healy

April 3, 1886


Tim

See Legal category for possible availability

Sir John Henry Kennaway
Sir John Henry Kennaway

April 10, 1886


Devonshire

$36

Sir Henry Hussey Vivian
Sir Henry Hussey Vivian

June 5, 1886

Swansea

$30

Lieut.-Col. William Hood Walrond
Lieut.-Col. William Hood Walrond

July 17, 1886


Whip

$25

The Earl of Zetland
The Earl of Zetland

July 31, 1886


a gentleman

$28

Mr. George Granville Leveson-Gower
Mr. George Granville Leveson-Gower

Aug. 14, 1886


My dear George

$25


Lord Arthur William Hill
Lord Arthur William Hill

Aug. 21, 1886


Orangeman

$25

Mr. Andrew Fountayne-Wilson-Montagu
Mr. Andrew Fountayne-Wilson-Montagu

Aug. 28, 1886


The Squire

$25

Mr. Charles Bielby Stuart-Wortley
Mr. Charles Bielby Stuart-Wortley

Sept. 11, 1886


Sheffield

$25

Lord Ellenborough (no text available)
Lord Ellenborough

Sept. 18, 1886


Law

[light text offsetting on print]

$20

Lord Edward Cavendish
Lord Edward Cavendish

Oct. 2, 1886


a good fellow

$35


Sir Walter Barttelot Barttelot
Sir Walter Barttelot Barttelot

Oct. 23, 1886


one of those

$20

The Right Hon. The Lord Mayor of London Sir Reginald Hanson
The Right Hon. The Lord Mayor of London Sir Reginald Hanson

Nov. 13, 1886


The Lord Mayor

$20

Lord Egerton of Tatton
Lord Egerton of Tatton

Nov. 27, 1886


Tatton

$38

The Hon. Sidney Herbert
The Hon. Sidney Herbert

Dec. 11, 1886


Croydon

$35

Colonel Francis Charles Hughes-Hallett
Colonel Francis Charles Hughes-Hallett

Dec. 18, 1886


Rochester

$40

The Lobby of the House of Commons, 1886

(Mr. Gladstone, Lord Randolph Churchill, J. Chamberlain, Lord Hartington, Mr. Parnell, John Bright, W.V. Harcourt, Mr. H. Labouchère, Mr. Bradlaugh, C.R. Spencer, Mr. Chaplin, Lord Arthur Hill, George Leveson-Gower, Mr. Gossett, Inspector Denning & others)

November 30, 1886
(Special "Double Page" lithograph approx 16 x 21 inches)

The Lobby of the House of Commons, 1886

Mr John O'Connor Power
Mr John O'Connor Power

Dec. 25, 1886


the brains of Obstruction

$100

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