Antisemiticroths Alexander III- cropped from Go West!.
Caricatura representando as "facadas" com o natal. A imagem é a primeira a ilustrar uma árvore de natal, no Brasil. (in Revista Illustrada , 1877).
"The age of brass. or the triumphs of Woman's rights", an 1869
"The Age of Iron. Man as he Expects to be", an 1869
Print shows rear views of the Prince of Wales, Maria Fitzherbert, Charles James Fox, Lord North, Edmund Burke, a prospective Lord Chancellor, and Richard B. Sheridan, with buttocks exposed, defecating. On the wall in the background are paintings depicting each of the sitters.
A racist postcard from the 1900s. Depicts a white man kissing a black woman, with the verse:
A racist postcard from the 1900s. Depicts an unflattering caricature of a black woman eating watermelon.
A postcard from 1905. Cartoon depicts a stereotypical caricature of a black-faced person gesturing to the New York City skyline from the back of a ship or ferry, with the caption beign the title of the hit George M. Cohen song of 1904, "Give My Regards to Broadway".
1885 caricature of a wedding proposal -- she's wearing the latest bustled fashions, and he seems to be so desperate that he's down on two knees (not just one). They seem to have been out walking (perhaps to gain some privacy), as seen from his sturdy waistcoat, dark gloves, and cane, and her parasol, jacket, and vaguely pseudo-Tyrolean hat. Signature is "H. Schlittzen".
"Female Opinions on Military Tactics", a 1790's caricature engraved by Isaac Cruikshank. Despite the title, this doesn't really mock feminine ignorance of military matters, but instead derives its humor from situations involving inexperienced soldiers of the militia or volunteers -- and adds in a good number of double entendre
Caricature of Bustle as snail Caricature of Bustle as snail Caricature of Austria-Hungary's Annexion of Bosnia, 1909.
Caricature of Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria who is at the doctor because he wants to find out why he got so fat. The doctor tells him, that he has the "boycott sickness" (meant is the Ottoman boycott of Austria-Hungary; Austrian goods couldn't be exported to Osman Empire anymore, so all the goods remain in his body in this caricature) Turkish text in german translation as mentioned in Heinzelmann, S. 126f.
Caricature of Ben Hecht by fellow Chicago Daily News reporter Gene Markey.