description of the Mulready envelope and of various imitations and caricatures of its design

with an account of other illustrated envelopes of 1840 and following years.
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S. Gibbons , London
Mulready, William, 1786-1863., Covers (Phila
Other titlesThe Mulready envelope.
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LC ClassificationsHE6185.G6 E9
The Physical Object
Pagination240 p.
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Open LibraryOL5787651M
LC Control Number59055541
OCLC/WorldCa4854380

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). A Description of the Mulready Envelope and of Various Imitations and Caricatures of Its Design: with an account of other illustrated envelopes of and following years.

Wakefield: S.R. Publishers/Stanley Gibbons. ISBN Huggins, Alan; Holyoake, Alan (). The Mulready Postal Stationery Its Genesis, Production and Usage. Sutton. A description of the Mulready envelope and of various imitations and caricatures of its design with an account of other illustrated envelopes of and following years.

by Edward Benjamin Evans. Published by S. Gibbons in London. Written in EnglishPages: Many are scarce and valuable today.

There is an entertaining and informative book, "The Mulready Envelope & Its Caricatures" by Major E B Evans (first published in ), which recounts the history of the Mulreadys themselves, and explains the meanings of the Imitations and Parodies, most of which are obscure to the modern viewer.

The original Mulready Envelope was issued concurrently with the first postage stamps of Great Britain and unfortunately proved to be the object of much ridicule and scorn.

The design was imitated, caricatured and adapted by different publishers and is fully dealt with in Evans,reprinted M. Morris : Margaret I. Morris. The 1d denomination sheets and envelopes were printed in black while the 2d versions were printed in blue ink.

Individual copies of both sheets and envelopes were sold at the rate of 1½d and 2½d respectively, and uncut full sheets of twelve were discounted to face value. The Mulready design was greeted with ridicule by the artistic community. It was the beginning of the end for the Mulready. Within two months the decision had been made to replace the Mulready envelopes.

As a result, the stationery was withdrawn in and the stock was destroyed. And this is the key to what makes the Penny Mulready Envelope so collectable today. Three examples of the Mulready being ridiculed in text.

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'The Ingoldsby Legends,' contains a humorous description of the Mulready envelope. Missing one cover. The envelope's were ridiculed by writers before the illustrators got to work. 'Miss Kilmansegg and Her Precious Leg' by Thomas Hood contains a humorous reference to Mulready envelopes.

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. More Info. mulready envelope - first day cover 6th may first day of issue one penny mulready cover posted 6th may from charring cross - london to royal hospital - dublin ref: mul1stday £2,central strikered maltease crossback stamped 7thmay good conditionwith the odd imperfections here & theregood first day.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Mulready Envelope, Front This envelope would have contained a separate sheet. The red Maltese cross at the top is the Post Office cancellation franking. The letter is addressed to a m TROTTER (née Henrietta SKENE) of Bishop Auckland, Durham.

After receipt she has written on the envelope "My sister Sept To be kept.". Full text of "Memorials of William Mulready, R.A." See other formats. The "H.C.K." Mulready Caricature. Unused envelope with a faithful reproduction of the Mulready design without value, no attempt at parody except for eyeglasses on the animals, initials "H.C.K." at lower right (attributed possibly to George Cruikshank in the Yates sale), faint toned spots, still Very Fine, ex Yates, only two examples are known.

Various items including "The Wonderland Postage-Stamp Case" with its folder, booklet by Lewis Carroll and original envelope; Die Proof in black for a proposed Penny Post Jubilee envelope to be issued at the Edinburgh Exhibition; Mulready "Lord Holland" forgery printed by T. Hinton in (faults); Berlin or Hamburg Local Post stationery.

Offered with a three page “A description of the design of The Mulready Envelope. Copied in the yearfrom a Newspaper of that date” giving an uncomplimentary and occasionally politically. Great Britain & British Empire – June 7, Lot N° Symbol(s) / Photo Page SG N° Estimate (£) F / (Jun 9) KGV registered envelope sent to Tonga to the famous postmaster W.

Quensell with many different cachets of the Tin Can Mail hs on front and back, most unusual and attractive 80 - F /Group of 7. However, the Mulready envelope, although of eleborate and artistic design, was received with ridicule. Caricatures appeared in the press and leading periodicals.

The result was that most of these Mulready covers were withdrawn and destroyed by the post office. Both the original covers and caricatures are now highly prized by collectors. The Mulready envelope has been reproduced in many forms to pay homage to its place as the first of its kind.

The stamp above is one of my favorite of these reproductions, a poster stamp issued to advertise a philatelic exhibition in London in And below are a few more modern reproductions of the Mulready, mostly by stamp dealers.

(19, with plates to X, seven are with four margins) and 2d. (2) used, Mulready 1d envelope and lettersheet used, 1d's with a range of cancels, later line-engraved with 1d.

plates to1/2d. plates to 20 incl. plate 9 LR, surface-printed incl. Sale Description: Great Britain Stamps & Postal History A specialised catalogue including an extensive range of QV Mulready stationery, propaganda & caricatures, and line engraved, surface printed & embossed stamps; also stamps and postal history from KEVII to QEII, and a wide range of G.B.

regions. CIRCA TELEGRAPH STAMP HEAD DIE PROOF IN LILAC. Circa small head die proof in lilac on glazed white card (91 x 60mm) without date or endorsement. Die proof shows various changes to design which are unlisted by Gibbons. Very attractive and rare.

Cat £1, in black. (Ref ). See figure 2 to get an idea of how different pens give a different line thickness. For some cartoons I might use an artist’s dip pen along with a bottle of black drawing ink.

A dip pen is useful if you want variations in line. I have also used calligraphy pens. Don’t be afraid to try out many different. The envelope Mulready came up with was an elegant engraving that featured Britannia with a lion at her feet, presiding over a kind of universal postal union — exotic animals and persons representing British subjects and others in different continents engaged in various activities, including getting and sending letters.

stationers began to print and market satirical caricatures. The most concise reference is Bodily, Jarvis, and Hahn’s. British Pictorial Envelopes of the th. Century. We have other different Mulready caricature envelopes in stock. Please enquire. $ Inv # A picture containing rug Description automatically generated.

The Mulready pre-printed letter sheets and envelopes were designed as part of the British Post Office postal reforms. They were on sale from 1 May and were first used from 6 May They were expected to be more popular than the postage stamps. Capped Numerals. Numerals in a stamp design with colorless lines above them, due to defective transfer rolls.

Caricature. A term applied to the imitations of the Mulready envelope, to subject the originals to ridicule.

Caritas. A Latin word used by Luxembourg and Belgium to denote charity. Carriers. A Description of the Mulready Envelope and of Various Imitations and Caricatures of Its Design: with an account of other illustrated envelopes of and following years (англ.).

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Dec 5, - Explore ABA Journal's board "Gifts for Lawyers", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Lawyer gifts, Gifts, Lawyer jokes pins. Great Britain Stamps and Covers collectables. Spink pages:Layout 1. 30/8/ Page 3. Septem - London Please note that the Buyer’s premium is 20% of the final hammer.The "Mulready," as this pioneer envelope was called, owed its origin to Sir Rowland Hill and his co-workers.

The penny black adhesive label was considered to be too great an innovation by Sir Rowland's followers, and, as a sort of compromise, it was decided to issue a stamped envelope as an alternative to the penny adhesive.Black envelopes and flat cards (I used A7 envelopes, A7 flat cards, and 4bar flat cards) To make the envelopes: Step 1.

First, you’ll need to decide where you want your text to go: centered, left justified, or right justified. Using your ruler and a No. 2 pencil, draw a rectangle approximately 4″ wide and 3″ tall on a black A7 envelope.