Original Vanity Fair Print of the athlete Mr Charles Burgess Fry

On sale and available at http://www.ttandm4h.com

email us on ttandm4h@outlook.com

or call 0044 7765 595662 and speak with Jonathan Godwin

Here we have an Original 1894 Lithograph of the Vanity Fair Series.

It was published in Vanity Fair April 19th 1894. The caption reads “Oxford Athletics” and it was drawn by SPY (Leslie Ward).

The subject is Mr Charles Burgess Fry. He was born in Croydon and was educated at Wadham College and Repton School.  He became Captain of the Cricket and Football (Rugby) Teams.

He was also a Blue in Athletics. He held the world record for Long Jump. He was an all round top class sportsman and is known as CB Fry.

1894 04 19 Charles Fry Here is the accompanying biography.1894 04 19 Chares Fry bio

These prints look absolutely superb when framed and are ageless. The edges of these prints are usually worn due to their age which is absolutely normal. Framing will cover any untidy edges.

This print is for sale at £45.00 and can be bought by messaging us here. Or please call Jonathan Godwin on 07765 595662. We are West Sussex based dealer in Antiquarian Prints and Books and Medals and Militaria.

Contact us here. ttandm4h@mail.com


2 thoughts on “Original Vanity Fair Print of the athlete Mr Charles Burgess Fry

  1. What exactly is the status of this print? Is it a modern reproduction of the Vanity Fair cartoon, or a page out of Vanity Fair.


    1. Hello there Peter and thanks for your query.
      This print is an original lithograph print, as stated in the title of this listing. We only sell originals. We also trade on http://www.ttandm4h.com where Vanity Fairs sit alongside a couple of other genres which at times are interlinked. The catalogue of Vanity Fairs is an ongoing project as we build the site and we can get hold of any of the caricatures ever produced. The print of Fry is most certainly not a modern reproduction. Are you interested in and a collector of Vanity Fair Caricatures?
      Best regards, Jonathan Godwin


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