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Viewing: Graetz, Friedrich, 1840?-1913?

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Oriental Game. - Graetz, Friedrich, 1840?-1913?

Puck tearsheet (page 227 verso). Depicts the British Empire, a lion, waiting for the coconut of Egypt to fall into its mouth. France, a monkey, watches open-mouthed.

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[Portrait of a woman] - Graetz, Friedrich, 1840?-1913?

Unsigned and undated. "F. Graetz 3/1884 from "Life", "Puck" or "Judge" in ink on verso. Gift of Henry Cole.

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The American Sphinx - Graetz, Friedrich, 1840?-1913?

Note below title: 'The Sphinx was a fabulous monster who was supposed to propound questions to wayfarers, and to devour all those who could not answer them. But it is said that Oedipus came along one day and answered all her questions, whereupon she killed herself. -- Puck's Encyclopedia, p. 41,144.' back cover of issue

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The City's New Guardian. - Graetz, Friedrich, 1840?-1913?

Puck cover tearsheet from November 29th, 1882. Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann at their office on 21-23 Warren St, NY. Depicts John Kelly and the Tammany Hall political machine marching on the New York City Treasury. Kelly was responsible for reorganizing Tammany Hall after the death of Boss Tweed.

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Tit for tat. - Graetz, Friedrich, 1840?-1913?

Puck tearsheet (page 387 verso) published by the office of "Puck" at 23 Warren St. New York. Lithograph done by Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann at 21-25 Warren St. NY.

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Too weak to fight-too old to run. - Graetz, Friedrich, 1840?-1913?

Puck cover tearsheet for June 21st, 1882. Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann at their offices on 21-23 Warren St, NY. Depicts the riots, on June 11th and 12th of 1882, which preceded the Anglo-Egyptian War. Over 50 Europeans and 125 Egyptians were killed in the riots, leading to this criticism of England's ability to maintain order.