PUNCH Magazine Front Cover Cartoons

PUNCH Magazine Front Cover Cartoons

A cartoon from the Crimean War showing a small boy with a captured Russian or Bulgarian soldier, 1854. From Punch magazine, Vol 27, Page 151 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

A cartoon from the Crimean War showing a small boy with a captured Russian or Bulgarian soldier, 1854. From Punch magazine, Vol 27, Page 151 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Framed Vintage Parker 51 Pen Advertisement from Punch Magazine 1952 by StephensTreasureBox on Etsy

Framed Vintage Parker 51 Pen Advertisement from Punch Magazine 1952 by StephensTreasureBox on Etsy

In the centre of a group of allotments full of people working a man whose allotment is only a lawn relaxes on a deckchair. Comic Colour Cartoon; artist: Norman Thelwell. Published in Punch Magazine 31 May 1954. Buy this cartoon as a framed print, a canvas print or a wall poster.

hicockalorum: rosa-luna: Norman Thelwell loving this drawing even though i’d be happier working in a garden than a having a lawn.

Armored Trooper Votoms 1/12 Scale Action Figure: Votoms ATM-09-ST Scopedog * 1/12 Scale Articulated Figure * Materials: ABS, PVC, POM, Fabric * Height: approx. 330m, approx. 150mm (Pilot) * Scopedog has articulated Turn Picks and Roller Dash wheels on each foot. * With 3 detachable Machinegun magazine. * With 8 detachable Arm Punch magazine. * With 2 detachable Arm Punch magazine holder (holds 3 Arm Punch magazines). * Pilot figure has 7 interchangeable hands (1 pair of fists, 1 pai...

Armored Trooper Votoms 1/12 Scale Action Figure: Votoms ATM-09-ST Scopedog * 1/12 Scale Articulated Figure * Materials: ABS, PVC, POM, Fabric * Height: approx. 330m, approx. 150mm (Pilot) * Scopedog has articulated Turn Picks and Roller Dash wheels on each foot. * With 3 detachable Machinegun magazine. * With 8 detachable Arm Punch magazine. * With 2 detachable Arm Punch magazine holder (holds 3 Arm Punch magazines). * Pilot figure has 7 interchangeable hands (1 pair of fists, 1 pai...

The British Lion, the Persian Cat and the Russian Bear (see The Great Game). As Between Friends (Punch magazine, 13 December 1911, detail).

Caption from a 1911 English satirical magazine reads: "If we hadn't a thorough understanding, I (British lion) might almost be tempted to ask what you (Russian bear) are doing there with our little playfellow (Persian cat).

Unconquerable. The Kaiser, so, you see - you've lost everything." The King of the Belgians. "Not my soul." Cartoon by Bernard Partridge from PUNCH magazine, 1914.

Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine

"A few conceptions, picked up from press accounts here and there, of what the "tanks" are really like." Punch magazine cartoon from 1916 on the first appearance of Tanks which were newly introduced to the Battle of the Somme.

"A few conceptions, picked up from press accounts here and there, of what the "tanks" are really like." Punch magazine cartoon from 1916 on the first appearance of Tanks which were newly introduced to the Battle of the Somme.

"The Boiling Point." - A sign of trouble ahead from this 1912 cartoon, which would eventually lead to WW1- Punch magazine

"The Boiling Point." - A sign of trouble ahead from this 1912 cartoon, which would eventually lead to Punch magazine

On This Day in 1895 the Oscar Wilde trial for homosexuality started - Punch magazine Fancy Portrait: "Quite Too-Too Puffickly Precious!! Being Lady Windy-mere's Fan-cy Portrait of the new dramatic author, Shakespeare Sheridan Oscar Puff, Esq." - Punch magazine cartoon by Bernard Partridge, 1892

On This Day in 1895 the Oscar Wilde trial for homosexuality started Punch magazine Fancy Portrait Quite Too Too Puffickly Precious Being Lady Windy mere s Fan cy Portrait of the new dramatic author, Shakespeare Sheridan Oscar Puff

heaveninawildflower:  ‘The Old Umbrella’ ( 1886) an illustration from Punch magazine. I often wonder if J.W. Waterhouse once saw this illustration ( ‘Punch’ was an incredibly popular magazine) and based the figure in ‘Windflowers’ upon it. ‘Windflowers’ dates from 1903.

‘The Old Umbrella’ ( an illustration from Punch magazine. I often wonder if J. Waterhouse once saw this illustration ( ‘Punch’ was an incredibly popular magazine) and based the figure in ‘Windflowers’ upon it. ‘Windflowers’ dates from

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