A great Fencing Print by the always popular Vanity Fair, dated August 13, 1903. Entitled "Cold Steel" by the artist Jest.
Alfred Hutton (1839–1910) was a Victorian officer of the King's Dragoon Guards, antiquarian and swordsman. He originated the first English revival of historical fencing, together with his contemporaries Egerton Castle, Captain Carl Thimm, Colonel Cyril Matthey, Sir Frederick and William Pollock, and Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton.
Overall size is 8x14 inches. Coloured. Original, not a photo copy. Newly framed with acid free mat. Condition is great.