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The Kaiser's Monster Carnival of Terrorism as Arranged by Himself in Heaven, on Land, in the Air, and Under the Sea.
The Kaiser's Monster Carnival of Terrorism as Arranged by Himself in Heaven, on Land, in the Air, and Under the Sea. This Plate is published separately, suitable for framing, at 6d. net, or 7½d. post free, in Cardboard Rolls, from the Publishing Office of ''The Cartoon'', 171 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.
Harry Furniss.
Presented with the first number of ''The Cartoon'' Feb 4. 1915.
Lithograph. Sheet: 750 x 580mm (29½ x 23"). Folds and some damage along folds.
A cartoon from the First World War showing the Kaiser as various huge monsters, the largest of which rips Paris and Belgium from a huge globe, blood dripping from his hands onto the figure of Britannia at the forefront of the image.
[Ref: 44881]   £950.00  
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