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0101540
MEN'S FASHION, 1894.
Wood engraving, English, 1894.
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0008321
TARRING & FEATHERING, 1774.
'A New Method of Macarony Making, as Practiced at Boston.' American edition of an English mezzotint satire, 1774, on the treatment given to John Malcolm, an unpopular Commissioner of Customs at Boston.
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0126493
MEN'S FASHION, c1830.
A man wearing a brown velvet coat. French color fashion plate from 'Petit Courrier des Dames,' c1830.
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0125934
MEN'S FASHION, c1814.
An 'incroyable' wearing a Robinson hat, knitted pants, and Hussar-style riding boots. Etching, c1814, by Georges Jacques Gatine after Horace Vernet.
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0125935
CRUIKSHANK: TAILOR, 1820.
An English dandy (Tom) waits while his friend (Jerry) is measured by a London tailor. Aquatint, 1820, by Isaac Robert and George Cruikshank, for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London.'
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0126482
ENGLISH FASHIONS, 1827.
'Monstrosities of 1827.' Satirical etching by Robert Cruikshank, 1827.
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0208449
OSCAR WILDE.
Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde *16.10.1854-30.11.1900+ Writer, Ireland / Great Britain portrait with cigarette - around 1880 Digitally colorized. Original: image no, ullstein bild ID 00072696 .
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0208451
OSCAR WILDE.
Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde *16.10.1854-30.11.1900+ Writer, Ireland / Great Britain Wilde with his friend Lord Alfred Douglas (l) - 1893, ullstein bild ID 00727188.
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0008259
HOUSE SLAVE, 1861.
'The Dandy Slave: A scene in Baltimore, Maryland.' A house slave and his mistress in Baltimore. Engraving, 1861.
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0052086
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Oil over a photograph, 1882, by Napoleon Sarony, taken at the beginning of Wilde's American tour.
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0126479
MEN'S FASHION, c1785.
A man dressed in a striped morning coat and a round hat, with various hats and a pair of boots shown above and below. French color fashion plate, c1785.
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0126492
MEN'S FASHION, c1830.
A man wearing a white overcoat lined with red velvet, fashioned after the mantle of the Knights Templars. French color fashion plate from 'Petit Courrier des Dames,' c1830.
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0163035
LONDON: BAR ROOM, 1821.
'Tom and Jerry [English dandies] taking Blue Ruin [a gin drink] after the Spell is broke up.' Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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0117402
FRANCOIS ADRIEN BOIELDIEU.
(1775-1834). French composer. Oil on canvas by Louis-Léopold Boilly, 1800.
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0156503
OSCAR WILDE.
Irish writer Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)photo Alfred Ellis & Walery c. 1892 colorized document. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserve
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0156502
OSCAR WILDE.
Irish writer Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) photo Alfred Ellis & Walery c. 1892. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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0065167
HARDY: CASTERBRIDGE, 1886.
'Farfrae was footing a quaint little dance with Elizabeth Jane.' Engraving after Robert Barnes for Thomas Hardy's 'The Mayor of Casterbridge,' 1886.
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0018403
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Caricature by James McNeill Whistler.
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0093313
TOP HAT, c1875.
'The Dandy.' Line engraving, English, c1900.
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0116287
NEW YORKER MAGAZINE, 1925.
Cover of the first issue of 'The New Yorker' magazine, 21 February 1925.
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0162993
LONDON: STREET BRAWL, 1821.
'The Peep o' day boys, A street Row, the Author losing his 'reader,' Tom and Jerry 'showing fight,' and Logic floored.' Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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0000990
MEN'S FASHION, 1894.
Wood engraving, English, 1894.
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0000853
ENGLISH DANDY, c1800.
Line and stipple engraving, English, c1800.
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0094164
LONDON DANDY, 1646.
Wood engraving, English, c1875.
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0017432
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit.
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0620147
LONDON, c1815.
'Dandies of other Days: Sir Lumley Skeffington, Lord Petersham.' Engraving, 1889.
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0619861
LONDON, 1820.
'Well-known Bond Street Loungers, 1820: The Earl of Sefton, the Duke of Devonshire, "Poodle" Bying, Lord Manners, the Duke of Beaufort.' Engraving, 1889.
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0071986
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Line engraving, English, 1892.
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0619817
LONDON, c1815.
'Habitues of White's: Marquis of Londonderry, Colonel "Kangaroo" Cooke, Captain Gronow, Lord Allen, Count d'Orsay.' Engraving after R. Deighton, 1889.
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0346702
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish writer, in New York in January 1882. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0346703
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish writer, in New York in January 1882. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0033496
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Photographed with Lord Alfred Douglas at Oxford, c1893.
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0131069
LONDON: COURTROOM, 1821.
'Tom and Jerry in Trouble after a Spree.' English dandies, Tom and Jerry, before a judge. Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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0067013
ALFRED d'ORSAY (1801-1852).
French society leader in Paris and London. Wit, painter, sculptor, conversationalist, and arbiter of fashion. Oil, 1839, by G. Hayter.
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0058735
GEORGE BRYAN BRUMMELL
(1778-1840). Known as Beau Brummell. English dandy. Steel engraving after a miniature.
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0005187
GEORGE BRYAN BRUMMELL
(1778-1840). Known as Beau Brummell. English dandy. Wood engraving, American, 1855.
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0018404
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. With Lord Alfred Douglas in Rome, 1897.
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0163034
LONDON: SLUM, 1821.
'Tom and Jerry Masquerading it among the Cadgers in the Back Slums in the Holy Land.' Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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0354989
JEROME K. JEROME (1859-1927).
British writer and humorist. Photograph by W. & D. Downey, c1893.
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0163032
LONDON: ROYAL ACADEMY.
'A Shilling Well Laid Out - Tom and Jerry at the Exhibition of Pictures at the Royal Academy.' Etching by George Cruikshank for Pierce Egan's 'Life in London,' 1821.
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