Don't be Hanky-Panky'd Again


A J Balfour posing as a conjuror or magician, stands behind a covered table, and places an egg named 'Khaki 1900' into John Bull's hat. Joseph Chamberlain peeks from behind the table cover holding a duck. In the next scene, Balfour withdraws two white rabbits from the hat (called 'Education Acts' and 'Licensing Act 1904'), while a duck called 'Tax on Food' sits on its brim. Poster produced for the Liberal Party (based on a cartoon in the Westminster Gazette).

Place of Production

F.C.G [Francis Carruthers Gould]
The Avenue Press
Archives reference
COLL MISC 0519/34

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