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Dress this up in a handsome black and gold frame to suit your wallpapered, wainscoted interior. Or dress it down in an IKEA frame. Any way you look at it, your guests will commend you for your impeccable, veddy English taste.

Your classic Englishman caricature portrait is from the 'Men of the Day' series produced by Vanity Fair in the 1800s. This one says 'The Derby Day' at bottom, and features William Powell Frith who painted genre pictures from Shakespeare, Sterne, and Dickens. The caricature is by 'Spy'. The print is dated May 10, 1873 at top right.

Very slight foxing (spots). A half-inch tear on the right white margin (not on image) has since been repaired with archival mending tissue. Otherwise, this print is in good condition. Blank on the reverse. It comes with the accompanying page about the person featured.

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This is an original from 1873, not a reproduction! Bananastrudel sells only originals.

Shipped to you flat, in an archival cello sleeve with sturdy backing, or rolled in a tube.

Size: 13.5" x 8.5"

1873 Antique English Chromolithograph of Men from the Classic Vanity Fair Series. No. 63


  • Vintage Supply from the 1800s
  • Material: original antique chromolithograph
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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