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Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon - The modern damsel

Victorian satirical cartoon - The modern damsel
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon. The modern damsel

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, He shall have little for his pains

Victorian satirical cartoon, He shall have little for his pains
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on the Art Dealer. He shall have little for his pains, Who makes his living by his brains

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon capitalism and the middleman

Victorian satirical cartoon capitalism and the middleman
Vintage engraving of a victorian satirical cartoon, 19th Century. The Satires of Cynicus. capitalism and the middleman

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon on working class family life

Victorian satirical cartoon on working class family life
Vintage engraving of a victorian satirical cartoon, 19th Century. The Satires of Cynicus. Home, Sweet Home. Be it ever so humble, theres no place like home

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Drunk man in a bar, 19th Century

Victorian satirical cartoon, Drunk man in a bar, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on attractiveness of wealth, 19th Century. A wreck at the bar

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Depression hiding behind a smiling mask

Victorian satirical cartoon, Depression hiding behind a smiling mask
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on Depression hiding behind a smiling mask, 19th Century. Tis hard to smile, when all the while, You feel a load of care; Tis hard to laugh at idle chaff

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Brothers of the Brush, Artist and cleaners

Victorian satirical cartoon, Brothers of the Brush, Artist and cleaners
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on the Brothers of the Brush. The Artist, shoeshine, street cleaner and chimney sweep all living in poverty

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, rich landlord evicting poor tenants

Victorian satire, rich landlord evicting poor tenants
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire, rich landlord harassing poor tenants, 19th Century. Thou pauper pay me that thou owest. Or out upon the world thou goest

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, Principle and Interest

Victorian satire, Principle and Interest
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, Principle and Interest. Clergyman tempted by the devil with power and money

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Multum in parvo, Much in little

Victorian satirical cartoon, Multum in parvo, Much in little
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon, Multum in parvo, Much in little, 19th Century. Theres nothing in a little pin, Until it penetrates the skin; Theres nothing in a little fly

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, doctines of the church

Victorian satirical cartoon, doctines of the church
Vintage engraving of a victorian satirical cartoon on doctines of the church. 19th Century. The weathercock upon the Church doth shew, How modern creeds and doctrines come and go; now this way

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Youth and age, burn the candle at both ends

Youth and age, burn the candle at both ends
Vintage engraving of a victorian satirical cartoon youth and age. 19th Century. Youth burn the candle at both ends, whilst old age struggles to keep to flames alight

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: French satirical cartoon - Victor Henri Rochefort

French satirical cartoon - Victor Henri Rochefort
Vintage engraving of a French satirical cartoon, of Victor Henri Rochefort, Marquis de Rochefort-Lucay. 1831 to 1913. Henri Rochefort et sa patronne la bonne Sainte Pelagie

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Saints divinest attribute, The Devils purpose yet may suit

Saints divinest attribute, The Devils purpose yet may suit
Vintage engraving of a victorian satirical cartoon, 19th Century. The Satires of Cynicus. Even our virtues we may lend, To further some ignoble end

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire on capitalism and labour

Victorian satire on capitalism and labour
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on capitalism and labour. A greed capitalist boss carried on the backs of his workers. 1890

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire on old age, 19th Century

Victorian satire on old age, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on old age, 19th Century. You call him fast ! That may be so: His progress seems uncommonly slow

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire on familiarity breeds contempt, 19th Century

Victorian satire on familiarity breeds contempt, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on familiarity breeds contempt, 19th Century. Oft that which should reprove and warn, Familiar grown, we treat with scorn

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire on motherhood and childcare, 19th Century

Victorian satire on motherhood and childcare, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire motherhood and childcare, 19th Century. The Burden of a song

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, attractiveness of wealth

Victorian satirical cartoon, attractiveness of wealth
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on attractiveness of wealth, 19th Century. With Wealth, it matters not how vile you be: The world forgives all sin but Poverty

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Death and inheritance, 19th Century

Victorian satirical cartoon, Death and inheritance, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on death and inheritance, 19th Century. The End of Life, Beginneth strfe

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Who dares to tell the World the truth

Victorian satirical cartoon, Who dares to tell the World the truth
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on old age, 19th Century. He shall have hate and scorn, in sooth, Who dares to tell the World the truth

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Tempora mutantur, times change, 19th Century

Victorian satirical cartoon, Tempora mutantur, times change, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on changing times, 19th Century. Tempora mutantur (times change)

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire on insincerity and corruption, 19th Century

Victorian satire on insincerity and corruption, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on old age, 19th Century. Oft those who pose, Pro bono publico, Are self and Pelf, Combined incognito

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, the problem with shot cuts

Victorian satirical cartoon, the problem with shot cuts
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on the problem with shot cuts, 19th Century. Short cuts will often lead astray: The Royal roads the surest way

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire on temptation, overindulgence and greed, 19th Century

Victorian satire on temptation, overindulgence and greed, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on temptation, overindulgence and greed, 19th Century. We soon forget our present gain, And sigh for what we can t obtain

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, on Pleasure and Woe

Victorian satirical cartoon, on Pleasure and Woe
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on Pleasure and Woe, 19th Century. Pleasure and Woe, Together they go, Hand in hand, like sister and brother, We never have one without having the other

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Masking Depression with Humor

Victorian satirical cartoon, Masking Depression with Humor
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on Masking Depression with Humor, 19th Century. The merry Fool, in motley at the Fair, May hide in jest and laughter, his despair

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, The pursuit of pleasure, 19th Century

Victorian satirical cartoon, The pursuit of pleasure, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on old age, 19th Century. The pursuit of pleasure. Old rich men chasing after a beautful young woman

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire on Blind Self Importance, 19th Century

Victorian satire on Blind Self Importance, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire on Blind Self Importance, 19th Century. Blind Self Importance flaunts his feeble light

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Ingot is my trust, Satire on value on gold and money

Ingot is my trust, Satire on value on gold and money
Vintage engraving of a Ingot is my trust, Satire on value on gold and money

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon on the Art Dealer

Victorian satirical cartoon on the Art Dealer
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on the Art Dealer. Within this spiders gilded cave, Young Genius finds an early grave; The Dealer sucks the very brains, Of Art

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon on inherited wealth power and privilege

Victorian satirical cartoon on inherited wealth power and privilege
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on inherited wealth power and privilege. 19th Century. Hereditary Greatness

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, pennys mightier than the sword

Victorian satirical cartoon, pennys mightier than the sword
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon. Why should we spurn the misers hoard, Or lightly from us riches fling? The pennys mightier than the sword, and Little earning is a dangerous thing

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Author and the Publisher

Victorian satirical cartoon, Author and the Publisher
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on the Author and the Publisher. Fat and greedy Publisher eating the brains of a staving author

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, Society Poets full of Hot Air

Victorian satirical cartoon, Society Poets full of Hot Air
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on Society Poets full of Hot Air. Their ambiguities I wis, Their paltry themes do well express: They soar on nothing, just like this

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon on the Bar of Justice

Victorian satirical cartoon on the Bar of Justice
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on the Bar of Justice

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon on excess of wealth

Victorian satirical cartoon on excess of wealth
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon on excess of wealth. For one who dies for want of bread, A thousand perish overfed; and there, alas

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon Half hours with the best authors

Victorian satirical cartoon Half hours with the best authors
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satirical cartoon Half hours with the best authors. Senior man sleeping by a pile of old boring books

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, The Past and the Future

Victorian satire, The Past and the Future
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, The Past and the Future. The Past, with backward tearful gaze. The Future, peering in advance, Still counting on another chance

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, the old pilgrim left behind

Victorian satire, the old pilgrim left behind
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, the old pilgrim left behind. What ho! Good people, wait for me; Shew deference to the CHurch, The World moves now so fast, alack - it leaves me in the lurch

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, I be left to pine on human charity

Victorian satire, I be left to pine on human charity
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, Charity. Ere I be left to pine on human charity

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, In Life, Neglect, In Death Respect

Victorian satire, In Life, Neglect, In Death Respect
Vintage engraving of a Victorian satire, In Life, Neglect, In Death Respect

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, Fame comes, Alas, Too late to save

Victorian satire, Fame comes, Alas, Too late to save. And blows her trumpet at the grave

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, Gladiator against the false world

Victorian satire, Gladiator against the false world
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, Gladiator against the false world

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, Dog chasing its tail

Victorian satire, Dog chasing its tail
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, Dog chasing its tail, 19th Century. Life is too oft a hopeless round, For sonething that is never found: In striving to make both ends meet

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, old gossip, vile Rumor swells

Victorian satire, old gossip, vile Rumor swells
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, old gossip, vile Rumor swells. With sland rous breath vile Rumour swrlls, Each trivial tale the tattler tells

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, bear the world upon your shoulder ?

Victorian satire, bear the world upon your shoulder ?
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, bear the world upon your shoulder ?

Background imageVictorian Satire Collection: Victorian satire, Though States and Empires be o erthrown

Victorian satire, Though States and Empires be o erthrown
Vintage engraving of Victorian satire, Though States and Empires be o erthrown, and Kingdoms crumble down; We care not while we proudly own A sovereign and a Crown



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