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002trst: 1885 Hard Times Ahead - Original colored lithograph published in PUCK at the Office of "Puck," in New York; Original colored lithograph by Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann. Cartoon depicts Gould and Vanderbilt, among others, advertising their wares in the midst of the Great Depression on Wall Street. 10x13.5in. $60


004trst: 1894 Gorman's Triumph - A Humiliating Spectacle. Original colored lithograph published in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization, on September 8, 1894; Copyright, 1894, by Harpers & Brothers; Volume XXXVIII, No. 1968. Cartoon artist is W.A. Rogers and scene depicts a prisoner chained to a donkey-led barrel with the words, "Sugar Trust" imprinted on it as its rider runs over a scholar holding the Wilson Bill. 11x16in. $50



005trst: 1905 Off His Feed. Original colored lithograph by Sackett & Wilhelms, published in JUDGE on February 18, 1905. Vol. 48, No. 1218; Copyright 1904 by Judge Company Publishers, New York. Gillam is the artist of this cartoon. Cartoon depicts a large dog with a collar that reads, "Trusts," eyeing suspiciously his bowl filled with assorted bones with the words, "Anti-trust Legislation," and "Anti-rebate" written on them. 10x14in. $60



006trst: 1881 What We Must Do About It. Wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization, on April 9, 1881. Vol. XXV. - No. 1267. Cartoon by Thomas Nast depicts two policemen hovering over a man wearing a hat which reads, "King Dirt," as he sits atop a bundle of hay with the words, "Political System Spoils" written on it, as a man raises a broom with the words, "Business System Hygiene" on it. 11.5x16in. $60



007trst: 1885 The Monopolists' May-Pole. Original antique colored lithograph by Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann, published in PUCK in 1885. Double-page cartoon by artist Frederick Opper features Gould and Vanderbilt, among others, dancing around a may-pole as a man peeks out of the Millionaires Snug Harbor building. 14x21in. $60


008trst: 1894 The Kind of Protection the Democratic Party Believes In. Original colored double-page lithograph by Sackett & Wilhelms, published in JUDGE in 1894. The artist of this cartoon is Bernard Gillam. Cartoon depicts a fat man wearing a halo walking alongside a pig wearing a banner which reads, "Trust," along with a man in the middle holding two miniature men of ill repute, and a policeman on the right side standing amidst a group of miniature people representing themselves with various signs. From left to right, the captions read, "Protection in Washington;" "Protection in Albany;" and "Protection in New York." 14x21in. $60




 
009trst: 1888 For the Favored Few. Original colored lithograph by J. Ottmann published in PUCK in 1888. Cartoon by EK. depicts a giraffe in gentelman's clothing and with a human face standing by a coconut palm as he tries eating coconuts imprinted with the words, "Profit" on them. On the top of the trunk is written, "War Tariff." 13.5x20.5in. $80



010trst: 1894 Mills' Senatorial Search Light. Rare colored lithograph by J. Ottmann published in PUCK in 1894. Cartoon depicts a man shining a beacon imprinted with the words, "Cold Truth," at various trusts like Iron Trust and Sugar Trust which are perched capriously on a high shelf as Gorman, Brice and other men try running out of harm's way. 13.5x20in. $60



011trst: 1904 Have A Care! Antique hand-colored lithograph by Sackett & Wilhelms, published in JUDGE and copyrighted in 1904 by Judge Company Publishers. Bernard Gillam is the cartoon's artist. Cartoon depicts Uncle Sam pointing his finger and laughing at a bullfrog with the words, "Oppressive Trust" written on its belly. 13.5x20.5in. $80



012trst: 1885 They Saw Their "Flying Dutchman." - It Crossed Their Path, And They Were Lost. Old hand-colored lithograph published in PUCK in 1885 by the artist, Bernard Gillam. Cartoon depicts Cornell and Wadsworth, among others, hanging on for dear life on a shipwrecked boat as other rescused survivors wait by the rocks, as a bearded-seagull wearing glasses with N.Y. World newspapered wings flies above. 13x20in. $60


016trst: 1901 The Blessings of "Protection." Original colored lithograph by J. Ottmann published in PUCK and copyrighted in 1901 by Keppler & Schwarzmann. Cartoon depicts a gigantic pig wearing a banner which reads, "Steel Trust," as he holds steel rails comparing the cost difference of English vs. American prices as Uncle Sam and another man offer it money. 13.5x20in. $60


018trst: 1884 The Political Courtney. Original colored double-page lithograph published in PUCK in 1884. Cartoon artist is Bernard Gillam. Cartoon depicts Gould and Blane, among others, contending in a political canoe race. 13.5x20.5in. $75


019trst: 1904 Johnny Rockefeller's Razzle-Dazzle. Chromolithograph by the artist Gillam and published in JUDGE; Copyrighted in 1904 by Judge Company Publishers, New York. Double- page scene depicts men and beasts riding on a Standard Oil Monopoly ring as they experience the Ups and Downs of Wall Street. 14x20.5in. $80

 
020trst: 1910 April Fool's Day for the Muck-Rakers. Chromolithograph by Grant E. Hamilton and published in JUDGE. Double-page scene depicts a man handing a sack which reads: "Millions for Progress and the Betterment of Humanity," over to a woman clad in a cape which reads, "Humanity," as muck-rakers from the literary press watch on. 14x20.5in. $60



021trst: 1898 The Survival of the Fittest. Chromolithograph by J. Ottman Co., Puck Bldg., N.Y. Published in PUCK and copyrighted in 1898 by Keppler & Schwarzmann. Double-page scene depicts Uncle Sam holding a sword which reads, "Enlightenment," as he scoffs at a man representing Spain who is dragged along by two uniformed men. 13.5x20in. $80



022trst: 1908 The Welcome Drummer. Chromolithograph by the artist, Zim, and published in JUDGE. Copyrighted in 1908 by Judge Company, Publishers, Fifth Avenue and Madison Square, New York. Double-page scene depicts Taft as a hefty, well-dressed man inside a general store as he shakes hands with the store-keeper. Taft represents prosperity and confidence. 13.5x20in. $80



023trst: 1878 Das Monopol Ungeheuer. Chromolithograph published in PUCK in 1878 by the artist, J. Keppler. Scene depicts a whale named Gould who is spouting "Monopoly," and a two-headed tail of another whale which represents C. Field on the left, and Vanderbilt on the right. The tail flipped over and split in two a canoe with Business men inside. A tall-masted ship named "Republic" sails on the horizon. Fish representing the press swim near and a boat named, "Dauntless" continues on its journey. 13.5x20in. $80


 
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