A Mutual Understanding

A Mutual Understanding

John Tenniel, artist

Swain, engraver

Punch (21 July 1883)

M. Reynard de L—ss—ps (un Français avant tout. “Enchanted to make concessions so valuable to a colleague so obliging. And — as for security —”

British Lion.“‘Security’! Thank ye, Mossoo! When I do make an advance, I’ll look after the ‘security’ myself!”

Mr. Punch makes quite clear his views of the relative Egyptian roles of England and France by the relative size of fox and lion — and the lion holding the sack of money.

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