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Sister of Marion Sambourne Ada (Tabby) with her husband Hamilton Fletcher

Sister of Marion Sambourne Ada (Tabby) with her husband Hamilton Fletcher

Roy Sambourne modelling for his father in the backyard of 18 Stafford Terrace 1902

Roy Sambourne modelling for his father in the backyard of 18 Stafford Terrace 1902

Linley and Marion Sambourne around the time of their marriage in 1874.

'Dear Lin, Darling Polly' - Linley and Marion Sambourne around the time of their marriage in

Maud Sambourne with her father the Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne

Maud Sambourne with her father the Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne

MARION #OTD 1883 '...mutton, suet pud. Stewed eels, steak, asparagus, custard & stewed gooseberries' #Diary #History

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Portrait of Mary Anne (Marion) Herapath (b/w photo) by Edward Linley Sambourne / Linley Sambourne House, London

Photo portrait of Punch cartoonist Sir John Tenniel as a young(ish) man, complete with pencil and paper and Confuscian type whiskers!

Photo portrait of Punch cartoonist Sir John Tenniel as a young(ish) man, complete with pencil and paper and Confuscian type whiskers!

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Edward Linley Sambourne modelling for one of his Punch drawings

I spy with my little eye a Linley Sambourne photo session for a Victorian Punch cartoon 'Portrait of an Ideal Warden of the Cinque-Ports', 1896

Edward Linley Sambourne (brilliant and slightly eccentric Punch cartoonist). Self-portrait in apron, 19 July 1894.

Edward Linley Sambourne (brilliant and slightly eccentric Punch cartoonist). Self-portrait in apron, 19 July

Edward Linley Sambourne at work in the drawing room of 18 Stafford Terrace c.1893

Edward Linley Sambourne at work in the drawing room of 18 Stafford Terrace

An even younger Marion Sambourne (seated left wearing a white hat) and Toula Frick (seated centre)

An even younger Marion Sambourne (seated left wearing a white hat) and Toula Frick (seated centre) c.1867 #Victorian
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