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One lioness to another:  "When we first met he was tremendously rampant." Punch magazine cartoon by Michael ffolkes (Brian Davis)

One lioness to another: "When we first met he was tremendously rampant." Punch magazine cartoon by Michael ffolkes (Brian Davis)

Dogs learn fast with this system!

Do you sell dog food for very naughty puppies? Well, I certainly don't blame you. Thank you, Sainsbury's and goodbye.

With the Chinese Labour Corps. NCO. "Don't yer know er own bloomin' number yet?" Chinaman (proudly). "One - seven - six."

With the Chinese Labour Corps. "Don't yer know er own bloomin' number yet?

advance technology

Could this be the new Apple iWatch? "It's the latest thing in watches - you wind them up." - cartoon by Michael Heath for Punch magazine,

1921 cartoon - Lady. "Is it really necessary to use such dreadful expressions whilst you work?" Plumber. "No, Mum, it ain't exactly necessary, but the quality will suffer if we don't". Punch magazine cartoon by George Belcher.

"Is it really necessary to use such dreadful expressions whilst you work? "No, Mum, it ain't exactly necessary, but the quality will suffer if we don't". Punch magazine cartoon by George Belcher.

1971 production of A Woman Killed with Kindness. Anthony Hopkins as Master John Frankford. Tom Baker as Sir Francis Acton. Joan Plowright as Mistress Anne Frankford- cartoon by Bill Hewison, Punch magazine

1971 production of A Woman Killed with Kindness. Anthony Hopkins as Master John Frankford. Tom Baker as Sir Francis Acton. Joan Plowright as Mistress Anne Frankford- cartoon by Bill Hewison, Punch magazine

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Father and Son - Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan-Doyle -  Punch Magazine, 1926.05.12

Father and Son - Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan-Doyle - Punch Magazine,

"The Meat Supply." Bathing-Man. "Yes, Mum, he's a good old 'orse yet. And he's been in the salt water so long, he'll make capital biled beef when we're done with him!!!" - Punch magazine cartoon by Charles Keene, 1876.

A topical cartoon - "The Meat Supply. "Yes, Mum, he's a good old 'orse yet. And he's been in the salt water so long, he'll make capital biled beef when we're done with him!" - Punch magazine cartoon by Charles Keene,

"This could be a tough one." Married couple turn up for marriage counselling, both wearing "Pig" signs pointing at their spouse. Cartoon for Punch magazine by David Myers.

This could be a tough one. Married couple turn up for marriage counselling, both wearing Pig signs pointing at their spouse. Cartoon for Punch magazine by David Myers.

"I keep thinking it's Tuesday"

1 hippo to another: "I keep thinking it's Tuesday" - classic cartoon from Punch magazine

"Fortress" Europe. "I wonder where it will come in next." (Hitler sits on a chair under a leaky roof as his 'Wehrmacht or Demise' notice is lopsided and a map showing Frankreich sits on a table after the Allied invasion of Europe) - 1944, D-Day. Cartoon by Partridge, Punch magazine.

" (Hitler sits on a chair under a leaky roof as his 'Wehrmacht or Demise' notice is lopsided and a map showing Frankreich sits on a table after the Allied invasion of Europe)

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