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Damages Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 11 pictures in our Damages collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Lord Howard de Walden in libel suit
Lord Howard de Walden in libel suit
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Whistler V Ruskin
Whistler V Ruskin
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Badger Rams U-Boat 1914
Badger Rams U-Boat 1914
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Heinkel He-111H
Heinkel He-111H
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Miss Daisy Markham sues Marquess of Northampton
Miss Daisy Markham sues Marquess of Northampton
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Gerhardt Cycleplane
Gerhardt Cycleplane
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Caricature of Richard Claude Belt, English sculptor
Caricature of Richard Claude Belt, English sculptor
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Cartoon, Waking up Germania, WW1
Cartoon, Waking up Germania, WW1
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WW1 - French and German aerial combat, 1916
WW1 - French and German aerial combat, 1916
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U-Boat and Victim 1915
U-Boat and Victim 1915
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Avro 679 Manchester
Avro 679 Manchester
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Caricature of Richard Claude Belt, English sculptor Featured Image

Caricature of Richard Claude Belt, English sculptor

Caricature of Richard Claude Belt (1851-1920), English sculptor -- Law Court Pantomime. Mr Policeman Lewis to Mr Motley Belt. A libel case between Belt and a former employer, Charles Lawes, ran for six months in 1882, over the disputed credit for a sculpture. Belt won the case and was awarded damages of 5000, but Lawes launched an appeal and the damages were reduced to 500. However, the Court of Appeal overturned this in 1884, and reinstated the amount to 5000. Lawes then filed for bankruptcy to avoid payment. The policeman here is Sir George Henry Lewis (1833-1911), lawyer for Charles Lawes, so annoyed at losing the case that he pursued and ruined Belt.
1883

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