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Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Beatty, 1926 (colour litho) Featured Cartoons, Caricatures & Humour Image

Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Beatty, 1926 (colour litho)

473388 Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Beatty, 1926 (colour litho) by Ritchie, Alick Penrose Forbes (1868-1938); Private Collection; ( David Beatty, 1st Earl Beatty (1871-1936), Admiral of the Fleet in the Royal Navy; commander of the British battlecruisers at the Battle of Jutland in 1916 during World War; from the series of Straight Line caricatures produced as cigarette cards by John Player & Sons; the golden age of cigarette cards was from the late 19th century until the Second World War and were immensely popular both as collector items and as a source of instruction, entertainment and amusement before the widespread use of television and radio;); English, out of copyright

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A German Present or the Lovers Token, 1816 (coloured engraving) Featured Cartoons, Caricatures & Humour Image

A German Present or the Lovers Token, 1816 (coloured engraving)

XCF22519 A German Present or the Lover's Token, 1816 (coloured engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; ( The Prince Regent, later George IV (1762-1830) King of Great Britain, Ireland and Hanover (1820-30) presents the German Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke of Saxony (1790-1865) (later from 1831 the first King of the Belgians) as a suitor for the hand of his daughter, Princess Charlotte; Princess Charlotte (1796-1817), only child of George IV and Caroline of Brunswick; scene is at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, where in February, 1816, the Prince Regent had invited his daughter to meet Prince Leopold;
); English, out of copyright

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Fare Thee Well, c.1816 (engraving) Featured Cartoons, Caricatures & Humour Image

Fare Thee Well, c.1816 (engraving)

XJF332171 Fare Thee Well, c.1816 (engraving) by Cruikshank, George (1792-1878); Private Collection; ( George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron (1788-1824) was a British poet and a leading figure in Romanticism; "Fare thee well! thus disunited, Torn from every nearer tie. Seared in heart, and lone, and blighted, More than this I scarce can die." after his marriage to Anne Milbanke failed because of a scandal due to charges of sexual improprieties and an incestuous affair between Byron and his half-sister, Augusta Leigh, attacked by the press and ostracised by London society, Byron fled England for Switzerland in 1816 and never returned. Cruikshank's satirising his poem by showing Byron who "escapes" England with three women. Hardly "lone".)

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