Portraits of notable people and characters.
Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair 89 prints

Vanity Fair was a British weekly magazine founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles and published from 1868-1914. Noted for its full page colour lithographs of famous people of Victorian and Edwardian society drawn by various artists including Sir Leslie Ward (signed as "Spy or Draw"), Carlo Pelegrini ("Ape" and Singe"), Liborio Prosperi ("Lib"), Melchiore Delfico ("Delfico"), James Tissot ("Coïdé"), Prosper d'Epinay ("Nemo"), and Sir Max Beerbohm ("Bulbo" "Max" "RUTH").
They are frequently known as "Spy" prints or cartoons after Sir Leslie Ward, Vanity Fair's most prolific cartoonist.

Legal 25 prints

Portraits of Judges and legal people including court events.

General Portraits
General Portraits 102 prints

Portraits of notable and famous people.