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Cover of Punch Magazine

Punch, the magazine of humour and satire, ran from 1841 until its closure in 2002. A very British institution with an international reputation for its witty and irreverent take on the world, it published the work of some of the greatest comic writers (Thackeray, P G Wodehouse and P J O’Rourke among others) and gave us the cartoon as we know it today. Its political cartoons swayed governments while its social cartoons captured life in the 19th and 20th centuries. The world’s finest cartoonists appeared in Punch: such great names as Tenniel, E H Shepard, Fougasse, and Pont.


Darvill's Rare Prints is pleased to offer the following caricatures from
People in Punch published in 1934 and 1935.

People in Punch from Punch Magazine

(1934 & 1935)

Color Caricatures

Sheet Size: approx. 8.75 x 11.25 inches

Image Size: approx. 6 x 7.5 inches, but varies from image to image. (note; entire image did not fit on scanner)

Condition: Most are in excellent condition, some show a bit of rumpling. Please see enlargement for best indication of each print's condition.
Some prints have small "pin pricks" at the top where they were displayed at one time.

A bit about
Punch Magazine:


Punch, the magazine of humour and satire, ran from 1841 until its closure in 2002. A very British institution with an international reputation for its witty and irreverent take on the world, it published the work of some of the greatest comic writers (Thackeray, P G Wodehouse and P J O’Rourke among others) and gave us the cartoon as we know it today. Its political cartoons swayed governments while its social cartoons captured life in the 19th and 20th centuries. The world’s finest cartoonists appeared in Punch: such great names as Tenniel, E H Shepard, Fougasse, and Pont.


Lord Willingdon and Friend
No.2
Nov. 28, 1934
"Lord Willingdon and Friend"


 

Prospero
No.3
Dec. 19, 1934
"Prospero"

sold



No. 4
January 23, 1935
"Mars in Panoply"
(Lord Hailsham)  


$25

 

Sic Itur Ad Astra
No. 5
February 27, 1935
"Sic Itur Ad Astra"
(Sir James Jeans)  


$20

 



No. 6
March 20, 1935
"By y'r leave!"
(Rt. Hon. J. H. Thomas)  


 

Fifty Years a Favourite
No.8
May 29, 1935
"Fifty Years a Favourite"
(Miss Marie Tempest)  


sold

 


The Singer of Empire, Rudyard Kipling
No.9
June 26, 1935
"The Singer of Empire"
(Rudyard Kipling)  


$35

 

The Brain of the A.A.
No.10
July 17, 1935
"The Brain of the A.A. "
(Sir Stenson Cooke)  


sold


Reverie of an Ex-Viceroy
No.11
Aug. 21, 1935
"Reverie of an Ex-Viceroy"
(Lord Halifax)  


 

The Governor
No.12
Sept. 18, 1935
"The Governor"
(Mr. Montagu Norman)  


$20

 


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