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Choose from 195 pictures in our Antique children book illustrations collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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King picking flower buds (Victorian cartoon)

A mad King picking all the flower buds off his plants. Naturally, once the buds had gone, there would be no flowers, so the other plants in the garden were angry and grew so much that they blocked up his doorway and he couldn't go out! And the flowers grew contentedly, once left alone. From 'Merry Conceits and Whimsical Rhymes', written and drawn by Charles H. Ross. Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans. Published by George Routledge & Sons, London & New York, 1883. Each somewhat anarchistic illustration comes with a humorous verse, often highly unpolitically-correct by today's standards

© Linda Steward

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Victorian girl minding a baby and a dog

A 19th century girl has been left in charge of her baby sibling and the family dog. She is playing at being mother and raises a finger to the dog to keep him in order. The baby is sound asleep in its crib, completely unsuspecting that trouble could be looming. From ?Little Folks - A Magazine for the Young? published in 1894 by Cassell & Company Ltd., London, Paris and Melbourne

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January - Kate Greenaway, 1884

From the Kate Greenaway Almanack for 1884, an illustration for the month of January. The Almanack for 1884 by Kate Greenaway was published by George Routledge & Sons of London and New York

© Linda Steward

170178804, 19th Century Style, Heavy, Historical Clothi, January, Regency Style