Cartoon, The Celebrated Indian Crown Trick -- a satirical depiction of Benjamin Disraeli, Conservative Prime Minister, as Bendizzi the Great Faker, performing as a magician to various heads of state. He has miraculously extracted a larger crown, marked Empress, from the smaller British crown -- a reference to his awarding of the title of Empress of India to Queen Victoria (seen on the left as a portrait bust). Date: 1877

Cartoon, The Celebrated Indian Crown Trick -- a satirical depiction of Benjamin Disraeli, Conservative Prime Minister, as Bendizzi the Great Faker, performing as a magician to various heads of state. He has miraculously extracted a larger crown, marked Empress, from the smaller British crown -- a reference to his awarding of the title of Empress of India to Queen Victoria (seen on the left as a portrait bust).      Date: 1877 Stock Photo
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4240 x 5419 px | 35.9 x 45.9 cm | 14.1 x 18.1 inches | 300dpi

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5 February 2020

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