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"The Works of James Gillray from the Original Plates with the Addition of Many Subjects Not Before Collected"

(1847-1851)
published by Henry G. Bohn, London
written by Charles Whiting

Original Copperplate Engravings over 170 years old

Full Sheet Size: approximately 19 x 24.75 inches (about 48 x 63 cm)
Half Sheet Size: approximately 9.5 x 12.25 inches (about 24 x 31 cm)
(trimmed from full sheet)

Image size varies from engraving to engraving. Most, but not all, plates have engravings on both sides of the sheet, as published by Bohn.

Click here for contemporary (1851) descriptions and analyses of the cartoons by James Gillray

Click here for the index to subjects in James Gillray's cartoons

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Source: Historical & Descriptive Account of the Caricatures of James Gillray; Comprising A Political and Humorous History of the Latter Part of the Reign of George the Third

by Thomas Wright, Esq., F.S.A. and R. H. Evans, Esq.

Published: London, Henry G. Bohn, 1851

Gillray engravings Tiddy-Doll, the Great French Gingerbread Baker Drawing Out a New Batch of Kings



Making Decent: i.e. Broadbottmites Getting into the Grand Costume

Plates 309, 310
(Side 1)

 

Tiddy-Doll, the Great French Gingerbread Baker Drawing Out a New Batch of Kings

Making Decent: i.e. Broadbottmites Getting into the Grand Costume

Le Diable Boiteux

Plates 311, 312
(Side 2)


More Pigs than Teats; or, the New Litter of Hungry Grunters, Sucking John Bull's Old Sow to Death

A Tub for the Whale

Condition is Good to Very Good. Minor foxing/staining in margins, not affecting image areas.
Typical appropriate age toning of paper. Please refer to enlargement by clicking on thumbnail images above.

$425

 


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Antique and Vintage Humor and Satire prints