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Darvill's Rare Prints is pleased to offer a huge selection of original
John Leech prints from various publications.

The original, hand-coloured etchings featured below are from:

Ask Mamma; or, The Richest Commoner in England

Written by Robert Smith Surtees
Illustrated by John Leech

Published in London by Bradbury and Evans
— 1858—

Sheet size is approximately 5.75 x 9.25 inches.
Please click on the images below for an enlarged view.

We have many more prints by Leech... please see the Satire/Humor page by clicking here.

The ancestors of our hero
The Ancestors of Our Hero
$25
A Lee-tle Contre-temps  Jack Rogers and the Glove
A Lee-tle Contre-temps — Jack Rogers and the Glove
$30
Billy is introduced to the Major's Harriers
Billy is introduced to the Major's Harriers
$35
Sir Moses & Mrs. Turnbull
Sir Moses & Mrs. Turnbull
$25
Jack Rogers putting his nerves to rights
Jack Rogers putting his nerves to rights
[possibly from a later edition—slightly smaller paper and more muted colouring]
$35
The great Match between Mr. Flintoff and Jack Rogers
The great Match between Mr. Flintoff and Jack Rogers
$35
The Gift Horse!
The Gift Horse!
[possibly from a later edition—slightly smaller paper and more muted colouring]
$35
Fine Billy quite at home
Fine Billy quite at home
$30
Old Wotherspoon's Hare
Old Wotherspoon's Hare
$30
The Hunt Ball  'Ask Mamma' Polka
The Hunt Ball — 'Ask Mamma' Polka
$30

Many more Leech etchings...See the Humor and Satire page