Sir Julian Goldsmid Bt MP; St Pancras. Issue 964. (First edition before the bound volumes.). Ape, 1839 - 1889 Carlo Pellegrini, Lith.

Sir Julian Goldsmid Bt MP; St Pancras. Issue 964. (First edition before the bound volumes.)

London: Vanity Fair, 1887. Original colour lithograph. 40 x 27 cm (15.75 x 10.6 inches). Very Good. Toning in margins and wear on top edge, not affecting image. Dated 23 Apr 1887. Vincent Brooks, Day & Son (Lith.). Scarce.

Sir Julian Goldsmid, 3rd Baronet (8 October 1838 - 7 January 1896) was a British lawyer, businessman and Liberal (later Liberal Unionist) politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1866 and 1896. Goldsmid was the son of Frederick Goldsmid and his wife Caroline Samuel. His father was a banker and Member of Parliament for Honiton. Goldsmid was educated privately until he entered University College, London. In 1864 he became a fellow of University College, and was also called to the bar. After a brief period on the Oxford circuit, he gave up practicing law when he was elected to parliament. Item #18-1319

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