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Charles Henry Bennett Collection

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: 'The Splendid Shilling', from 'Poets Wit and Humour', 1860. Creator: W Thomas

"The Splendid Shilling", from "Poets Wit and Humour", 1860. Creator: W Thomas
"The Splendid Shilling", from "Poets Wit and Humour", 1860. Altogether, the range of this selection is very extended

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: Rebuses, designed by Charles H. Bennett, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Rebuses, designed by Charles H. Bennett, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Rebuses, designed by Charles H. Bennett, 1857. A rebus is a kind of word puzzle which uses pictures to represent words or syllables. From "Illustrated London News", 1857

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: Greeting Card, 1866. Creator: Charles Henry Bennett

Greeting Card, 1866. Creator: Charles Henry Bennett
Greeting Card, 1866. [A Happy New Year - Christmas Bells]

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: Greeting Card, 1866. Creator: Charles Henry Bennett

Greeting Card, 1866. Creator: Charles Henry Bennett
Greeting Card, 1866. [A Happy New Year]

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: [Charles Henry Bennett], 1860s. Creator: John & Charles Watkins

[Charles Henry Bennett], 1860s. Creator: John & Charles Watkins
Charles Henry Bennett, 1860s

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: Mr Worldly Wiseman, 1895

Mr Worldly Wiseman, 1895. A character from John Bunyans The Pilgrims Progress. A print from The Magazine of Art, Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1895

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: Illustration from Francis Quarles Emblems, 1895

Illustration from Francis Quarles Emblems, 1895. Emblems was a work by the English poet Francis Quarles, first published in 1635

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: Theatrical Christmas, 1866. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett

Theatrical Christmas, 1866. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett
Theatrical Christmas, 1866. Mr Punch acts as a snake charmer. One of Punchs illustrated capital letters. From Punch, or the London Charivari, January 6, 1866

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: The Double Janus Guard, for Clapham Junction, 1865. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett

The Double Janus Guard, for Clapham Junction, 1865. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett
The Double Janus Guard, for Clapham Junction, 1865. A Double Janus, with four faces, stands guard at the new Clapham Junction, a complex arrangement of railway lines

Background imageCharles Henry Bennett Collection: Election Lunes, 1865. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett

Election Lunes, 1865. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett
Election Lunes, 1865. No.1. - The Electoral Body. With the 1865 General Election approaching, here Punch shows the Electoral Body


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