Darvill's Rare Prints, fine antique prints and rare maps since 1918! Darvill's Rare Prints, fine antique prints and rare maps since 1918!
Antique prints from Darvill's since 1918 About Darvill's Rare Prints
Rare Maps and Charts Limited edition prints from Alaska's most famous artist Rie Munoz Darvill's Rare Prints homepage Sorry, we do not perform appraisals and we do not buy from unsolicited sources.

original spy prints vanity fair lithographs

We sell original Vanity Fair lithographs, not reproductions.
The normal size of a Vanity Fair print is about 10½ by 15½ inches (approx. 27x40 cm),
though this does vary somewhat by year and publisher and whether any trimming has occurred at some point during the past century.

Whenever possible, we provide the original descriptive text or a copy thereof.

VANITY FAIR "Spy" PRINTS ~ SCOTSMEN
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
Chancellors of the Exchequer
Chess
Clergy
Cricketers
Criminals
Doctors and Scientists
Dog Judge
Doubles/Groups
Duelling
Explorers and Inventors
Fencing
Fishing
Fox Hunters
Freemasons
Game Hunters
Gymnasts
Horse Trainers
Jockeys
Ladies
Legal
Literary
Military
Miscellaneous
Music
Newspapermen
Orientals
Photographers
Policemen
Politicians
Polo
Prime Ministers
Proofs before lettering
Railway Officials
Red Robed Judges
Roller Skating
Rowing
Royalty
Rugby
Scotsmen
Shipping Officials
Sport Riders
Sports, Misc.
Stock Exchange Officials
Swimming
Teachers
Tennis
Theatre
Track
Trade Union Officials
Turf Devotees
Wagerers
Yachting
The Marquis of Lorn (right facing)

The Marquis of Lorn
(right facing, with more detail in ground)

Nov. 19, 1870

"If everywhere as successful as in love, a great destiny awaits him"

$85

The Marquis of Lorn

The Marquis of Lorn
(left facing)

Nov. 19, 1870

"If everywhere as successful as in love, a great destiny awaits him"

The Marquis of Breadalbane, K.G.

The Marquis of Breadalbane, K.G.
[Sir Colin Campbell]


Sept. 13, 1895

"The Queen's Lord Steward"

$125

The Marquess of Tulibardine

The Marquess of Tulibardine

March 23, 1905

"Scottish horse"

$125

The Marquess of Tulibardine

Peter Jefffrey Mackie

April 8, 1908

"Restless Peter"

$125