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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.

VANITY FAIR "Spy" PRINTS ~ JOCKEYS
Vanity Fair "Spy" Print Categories
Accountants
Ambassadors from England
Ambassadors to England
Americans
Architects and Engineers
Artists
Automobilists/Balloonists
Aviators
Bankers and Financiers
Billiards
Boxers
Businessmen and Empire Builders
Carriage Drivers
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Chess
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Doctors and Scientists
Dog Judge
Doubles/Groups
Duelling
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Legal
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Newspapermen
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Polo
Prime Ministers
Proofs before lettering
Railway Officials
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Rowing
Royalty
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Shipping Officials
Sport Riders
Sports, Misc.
Stock Exchange Officials
Swimming
Teachers
Tennis
Theatre
Track
Trade Union Officials
Turf Devotees
Wagerers
Yachting
George Fordham

George Fordham

Sept. 2, 1882

"The Demon"

Tom Cannon

Tom Cannon

Sept 12, 1885

"Tom Cannon"

$275

Charles Wood

Charles Wood

May 22, 1886

"Charlie Wood"



John Watts

John Watts

June 25, 1887

"Johnny Watts"

Note: original bio text is adhered to back of print



George Barrett

George Barrett

Sept. 3, 1887

"George Barrett"

$140

 

John Osborne

John Osborne

Dec. 10, 1887

"Johnny"

$140

Mr. G. A. Baird

Mr. G. A. Baird

Oct. 6, 1888

"Mr. Abington"

$160

The Winning Post

The Winning Post
Judge Clark, Sir John Astley BART, J. Osborne, Tom Cannon, J. Watts, J. Webb, F. Barrett, G. Barrett, W. Robinson, P. Rickaby


Dec. 8, 1888

Special Double Page lithograph. Sheet size is approximately 22 inches wide by 16 inches high.
With folds, as originally issued for circulation.
Original text accompanies this antique lithograph. Click image above for larger view.


Fred Webb

Fred Webb

Aug. 10, 1889

"Fred Webb"

Fred Barrett June 1 1889

Fred Barrett

June 1, 1889

"Fred Barrett"

$145

James Woodburn

James Woodburn

June 21, 1890

"James Woodburn"

$145

Tom Loates

Tom Loates

Oct. 4, 1890

"Tom Loates"

$220

H. Mornington Cannon

H. Mornington Cannon

Oct. 24, 1891

"Morny"

$145

Captain Edward Rodney Owen

Captain Edward Rodney Owen

Nov. 28, 1891

"Roddy"

$85

The Count Della Catena May 4 1893 Count Strickland jockey

The Count Della Catena

May 4, 1893

"Count Strickland"

$200

Sam Loates

Sam Loates

Nov. 5, 1896

"Sam Loates"

$175

J.E. Watts

Tod Sloan

May 25, 1899

"an American Jockey"

$250

Otto Madden

Otto Madden

July 26, 1900

"Otto Madden"

$75

Lester Reiff

Lester Reiff

Aug. 30, 1900

"Lester"

$75

Fred Rickaby

Fred Rickaby

Sept 12, 1901

"Rick"

$75

Danny Maher

Danny Maher

Sept 10, 1903

"Danny

$160

J.E. Watts

J.E. Watts

Oct. 1, 1903

"J.E. Watts"

$140

J.E. Watts

[J.E. Watts]

[Oct. 1, 1903]

["J.E. Watts"]

NOTE: this is a very rare proof before lettering, so no date, caption, etc is on the print. See print to the left for the "regular" lithograph.

$145


Bernard Dillon

Bernard Dillon

Sept 12, 1906

"Bernard."

$100

J.E. Watts

Arthur Templeman

Nov. 7, 1906

"A rising Star."

$140

William Higgs

William Higgs

Nov. 21, 1906

"The Top of the List."

$95

See condition notes on enlargement

William Griggs

William Griggs

Nov. 28, 1906

"He rides for Lord Durham."

$100

See condition notes on enlargement

Frank Wootton

Frank Wootton

Sept 8, 1909

"Frank Wootton"

$140

Bayardo

Bayardo

Sept 15, 1909

"Bayardo"

$75

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