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George Cruikshank

United Kingdom (1792 -  1878 ) Wikipedia® : George Cruikshank
CRUIKSHANK George  A Hint To The

Leland Little
Aug 5, 2017
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George Cruikshank - A R_y_l Visit To A Foreign Capital Or

George Cruikshank - A R_y_l Visit To A Foreign Capital Or

Original 19th century
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Lot number: 199
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George Cruikshank - 'A R_Y_L Visit to a Foreign Capital or, The Ambassador not at Home...!', 19th century etching with later hand-colouring, 27.5cm x 40.5cm, within a gilt frame, together with an etching by Thomas Colley, 'The French Spy', and four further 19th century engravings after James Gillray.
George Cruikshank -  The Bottle

George Cruikshank - The Bottle

Original 1822
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Lot number: 2059
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GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (1792-1878) THE BOTTLE The suite of eight glyphographs (electrotypes produced from an engraved plate), published by David Bogue, 1847-1848 Each 22 x 33cm. (8) Provenance: London, Christies South Kensington, August 1996 * The Bottle, inspired by Hogarth's The Rake's Progress, sees Cruikshank chart a drinker's calamitous descent from family man to violent dereliction and insanity. The plates were cheaply produced to ensure that they could address effectively the peril of alcohol for the vulnerable working classes. ++ Some time-staining and a few pale stains
George Cruikshank - A Curious Junto Of Slandering Elves - Or - List'ners Seldom Hear Good Of Themselves

George Cruikshank - A Curious Junto Of Slandering Elves - Or - List'ners Seldom Hear Good Of Themselves

Original 1835
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Lot number: 1091
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~ George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878) ''A curious Junto of Slandering Elves - or - List'ners seldom hear good of themselves'', etched caricature, sheet 245mm by 345mm With clipped signature of George Cruikshank (?) pasted to mount below the print Not examined out of frame. Lacking margins Imprint, 1835, London, T Mc Lean
George Cruikshank -  A Hint To The

George Cruikshank - A Hint To The

Original 1823
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Lot number: 3
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George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878), A Hint to the Lot 3 Description hand-colored etching, published 1823 by John Fairburn, London, matted and framed. Image Size 8 5/8 x 13 1/8 in.; DOA 14 5/8 x 18 1/2 in. The Estate of William Lee Pritchard, M.D., Charlotte, NC Additional high-resolution photos are available at Leland Little.com Condition Overall good condition; possible light toning in margins; not examined out of frame.
George Cruikshank - The Blessings Of Peace

George Cruikshank - The Blessings Of Peace

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Lot number: 45
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Cruikshank (George) The Blessings of Peace or, the Curse of the Corn Bill, a French boat full of cheap corn is turned away by British merchants protecting their prices, at the expense of the poor, original hand-coloured etching, 250 x 355mm., a few repaired tears, mostly marginal, [BM Satires 12503], S.W. Fores, 1815 § Heath (William) Answer to John Bull's Complaint, the Prince Regent, with his back to the viewer, addresses a tattered and dishevelled John Bull, 'Why you unatural Grumbler after I have done all I could to get rid of your money', satirising the vast expense lavished on the Regent's fête to celebrate the peace of 1814, and the Corn Laws of 1815, original hand-coloured etching, 335 x 230mm., a few repaired tears, mostly marginal, [BM Satires 12556], Thomas Tegg, 1815; with 2 caricatures by William Elmes on similar concerns about public spending and taxation, John Bull Reading the Extraordinary Red Book, on placemen and sinecures, [BM 12781], and How are You off for Soap, on a new hard soap tax, [BM 12782], both 1816; and The Minister of Vice, or the Great Go Parent of all the little Goes, by J. Lewis Marks, against the vast profits made by lotteries when public subscriptions were compared to state receipts, [BM 13236], 1819 (5)
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