"The Pop-Up Executive Desk"! Cartoon from Punch magazine, 1952 by Rowland Emett.  See our Gallery of fantastical Rowland Emett cartoons at www.punch.co.uk

Punch cartoons by Rowland Emett

The Gap in the Bridge; the sign reads "This League of Nations Bridge was designed by the President of the U.S.A." Cartoon from Punch magazine, 10 December 1920, satirising the gap left by the USA not joining the League.

The Gap in the Bridge; the sign reads "This League of Nations Bridge was designed by the President of the U.S.A." Cartoon from Punch magazine, 10 December 1920, satirising the gap left by the USA not joining the League.

"There'll be wigs on the green!" ~ Isobel Crawley to Lord Merton, in regards to new hospital plans, Season 6, Episode 1. (Punch Magazine, or London Charivari, September 15, 1894, The Friends of Ireland. Alamy stock photo, www.alamy.com )

"There'll be wigs on the green!" ~ Isobel Crawley to Lord Merton, in regards to new hospital plans, Season 6, Episode 1. (Punch Magazine, or London Charivari, September 15, 1894, The Friends of Ireland. Alamy stock photo, www.alamy.com )

Punch Magazine - PhotoShelter900 × 633 (Opening of the Colonial Exhibition, May 4.)

Punch Magazine - PhotoShelter900 × 633 (Opening of the Colonial Exhibition, May 4.)

Funny greeting card by Punch BOARD ROOM 'Do you think the directors ever pretend to be us?' Greeting card with a funny cartoon taken from Punch magazine, about

Funny greeting card by Punch BOARD ROOM 'Do you think the directors ever pretend to be us?' Greeting card with a funny cartoon taken from Punch magazine, about

Nick (Nicholas Hobart) Cartoons from Punch magazine | PUNCH Magazine Cartoon Archive

Nick (Nicholas Hobart) Cartoons from Punch magazine | PUNCH Magazine Cartoon Archive

John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine | PUNCH Magazine Cartoon Archive - Victorian era 19th Century - Child-rearing

John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine | PUNCH Magazine Cartoon Archive - Victorian era 19th Century - Child-rearing

Funny golf greeting card by Punch Not too slow back, sir. Funny card featuring a classic cartoon taken from the famous Punch magazine. This cartoon is by John W

Funny golf greeting card by Punch Not too slow back, sir. Funny card featuring a classic cartoon taken from the famous Punch magazine. This cartoon is by John W

ANTIQUE 1895 EMBOSSED PUNCH MAGAZINE ADVERTISING VESTA CASE

Antique 1895 embossed punch magazine advertising vesta case

Punch Magazine, Cigarette Case, Antique Silver, Thimble, Smoking, Coupons, Art Nouveau, Electronics, Advertising

Punch Magazine George Mikes Art Of Saying No February 5, 1969 070617nonrh

Punch Magazine George Mikes Art Of Saying No February 5, 1969 070617nonrh

Punch Magazine George Mikes Art Of Saying No February 1969

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