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We sell original Vanity Fair prints (lithographs), not reproductions.
The normal size of a Vanity Fair print is approx. 10½ by 15½ inches, though this does vary somewhat by year, and the various publishers, over the life of Vanity Fair.

Whenever possible, we provide the original descriptive text or a copy thereof
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VANITY FAIR "Spy" PRINTS ~ BUSINESSMEN AND EMPIRE BUILDERS

Vanity Fair "Spy" Print Categories
Accountants
Ambassadors from England
Ambassadors to England
Americans
Architects and Engineers
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Automobilists/Balloonists
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Boxers
Businessmen and Empire Builders
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Sir Thomas Bazley, Bart.

Sir Thomas Bazley, Bart.

Aug. 21, 1875

"Manchester"

Mr. Lionel Lawson

Mr. Lionel Lawson

Feb. 19, 1876

"Prosperity"

$35

Mr. Henry Louis Bischoffsheim

Mr. Henry Louis Bischoffsheim

March 4, 1876

"a retired Financier"

$35

Sir Albert Abdallah David Sassoon, C.S.I.

Sir Albert Abdallah David Sassoon, C.S.I.

Aug. 16, 1879

"The Indian Rothschild"

$35

Mr. Sampson S. Lloyd

Mr. Sampson S. Lloyd

March 11, 1882

"Fair Trade"

$35

Lord Henniker

Lord Henniker

July 1, 1882

"a man of business"

$35


Charles Tennant June 9, 1883

Charles Tennant

June 9, 1883

"Glasgow"

$45

Sir Samuel Wilson

Sir Samuel Wilson

Jan 24, 1885

"a squatter"

$35


Mr. Samuel Chalres Allsopp, M.P.

H.E. Right Hon. Sir Edward Thornton, G.C.B.

March 27, 1886


"a safe Ambassador"

$35

Sir James Porter Corry, Bart., M.P.

Sir James Porter Corry, Bart., M.P.

May 4, 1887


"a temperate Ulster man"

$35

Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease, Bart., M.P.

Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease,
Bart., M.P.


Oct. 1, 1887

"Peace"

$35

Mr. James Brand

Mr. James Brand

May 26, 1888


"telephones"

$35

Mr. James Payn

Mr. James Payn

Sept. 8, 1888


"The Heir of the Ages"

$35

Admiral Lord Charles William de la Poer Beresford, C.B., M.P.

Admiral Lord Charles William de la Poer Beresford, C.B., M.P.

July 6, 1899


"The Commercial Traveller"

$75

Mr. Stewart Pixley, J.P., D.L.

Mr. Stewart Pixley, J.P., D.L.

Jan. 25, 1890


"Bullion"

$25

Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, Bart., D.L., J.P.

Sir Andrew Barclay Walker,
Bart., D.L., J.P.


June 7, 1890


"Sir Andrew Barclay Walker"

$35

Mr. Albert Deacon

Mr. Albert Deacon

June 28, 1890


"Tea"

$35

Sir Henry Mitchell, J.P.

Sir Henry Mitchell, J.P.

July 5, 1890


"Bradford goods"

$35

The Hon. Henry Lorton Bourke, D.L., J.P.

The Hon. Henry Lorton Bourke,
D.L., J.P.


Aug. 30, 1890


"The Lord Harry"

$35

Mr. Howard John Kennard

Mr. Howard John Kennard

Dec. 8, 1890


"Beggar-General to the Metal Trades"

$35

Sir Frederick Seager Hunt, Bart.

Sir Frederick Seager Hunt, Bart.

May 18, 1893


"West Marylebone"

$25


Mr. Alderman Treloar

Mr. Alderman Treloar

March 8, 1894


"Ludgate Hill"

$38

Mr. Tom Simpson Jay

Mr. Tom Simpson Jay

Aug. 22, 1895


"J"

Earl de la Warre

Earl de la Warre

June 18, 1896


"Bexhille & Dunlop"

$50

Mr. Ernest Terah Hooley

Mr. Ernest Terah Hooley

Dec. 17, 1896


"Papworth"

Lord Farquhar

EMPIRE MAKERS AND BREAKERS
A Scene at the South Africa Committee 1897

November 25, 1897


[Cecil Rhodes, The Squire of Malwood, Henry Du Pre Labouchere, Joseph Chamberlain, and Her Majesty's Attorney-General (name not given in text) ]
Lord Farquhar

Lord Farquhar

June 2, 1898


"Horace"

$40

see condition notes by clicking on above thumbnail image

Lord Joicey

Lord Joicey

Dec. 19, 1906


"Gollieress"

$45

Mr. William McEwan

Mr. William McEwan

Dec. 11, 1902


"McEwan & Co."

$42

The Honourable W. F. D. Smith, MP

The Honourable W. F. D. Smith, MP

Dec. 8, 1904


"head of the greatest publishing house in Christendom"

$45

Sir John Wolfe-Barry

Sir John Wolfe-Barry

Jan. 26, 1905


"He has engineered nothing better
than his own fortunes"


$40
(see condition notes)



Harding de Fonblanque Cox

Harding de Fonblanque Cox

Sept. 1, 1909


"Cockie"

$125

Sir John Barker Jan 6 1910

Sir John Barker


Jan. 6, 1910


"Falmouth."

$45

Archer Baker

Archer Baker

Jan. 13, 1910


"The C.P.R. in Europe"
[Canadian Pacific Railroad]


$50

Guy Owen June 22 1910

Guy Owen


June 22, 1910


"Tea cum Rubber"

$45

Mr William Balle Huntington Aug 17 1910

Mr William Balle Huntington


Aug. 17, 1910


"Endowed Lectures."

$45

Lord Barrymore Irish Landowner 1910

Lord Barrymore


Aug. 31, 1910


"An Irish Landowner."

John Hamilton-Buchanan

John Hamilton-Buchanan


Sept. 7, 1910


"Long John."

$65

Sir Edward Tennant 1910

Sir Edward Tennant


Nov. 2, 1910


"Glen."

$55

Sir Charles Wright Macara

Sir Charles Wright Macara


March 13, 1912


"A leading Figure in the Cotton Industry, Life Boat Philanthropy, and International Peace.."

$40

Sir Arthur Sackville Trevor Griffith-Boscawen, J.P., L.C.C., M.P.

Sir Arthur Sackville Trevor Griffith-Boscawen, J.P., L.C.C., M.P.


Aug 14, 1912


"Housing"

$75

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