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Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: A Complete Wash-out, by William Heath Robinson

A Complete Wash-out, by William Heath Robinson
The trials of spring-cleaning as endured on the ark. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson
Cartoon, Safety First. A Cricket forecast for 1922 showing the new safety equipment for playing cricket, which is health and safety gone mad

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Kinecar by William Heath Robinson

The Kinecar by William Heath Robinson
Double page illustration by William Heath Robinson (1872-1944) showing a well-equipped omnibus transporting passengers while they watch a film

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Toast by William Heath Robinson

The Toast by William Heath Robinson
A charming and detailed scene showing a large extended family, or possibly group of villagers drinking a toast around a large table groaning with delicious fruit pies, turkey, jelly, soup

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: An Ideal Home No. II. The Folding Garden

An Ideal Home No. II. The Folding Garden
This folding garden for flat dwellers with a love of open-air life will appeal to all householders who enjoy rustic amenities in a urban setting. The second of the Ideal Home designs by W

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: An Ideal Home No. V. The Spare Room by William Heath Robinson

An Ideal Home No. V. The Spare Room by William Heath Robinson
This is W. Heath Robinsons solution of the spare room problem, a brilliant idea which renders it possible to entertain in the smallest flat without the slightest difficulty

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Sketch Ideal Home No. VI. Sports Without Broad Acres by

The Sketch Ideal Home No. VI. Sports Without Broad Acres by
The difficult problem of how to enjoy games and field sports when you live in a block of flats has triumphantly solved. The sixth in the series of Ideal Home designs by W. Heath Robinson

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Overtime at a Christmas cracker factory by William Heath Rob

Overtime at a Christmas cracker factory by William Heath Rob
Colour illustration by William Heath Robinson depicting one of his usual contraptions designed to solve the increase in demand for Christmas crackers during the forthcoming festive season

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Ultra-Marine by William Heath Robinson

Ultra-Marine by William Heath Robinson
One of Margates new " Neversink" pleasure boats for keeping an even keel inthe roughest seas. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: An Ideal Home No. III. Space Economy At A Wedding Reception

An Ideal Home No. III. Space Economy At A Wedding Reception
The third of the Ideal Home designs by W. Heath Robinson. The illustrations from The Sketch depict ingenious space creating ideas for the spatially challenged home

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: An Ideal Home No. IV. Top-Floor Chicken Farm by William Heat

An Ideal Home No. IV. Top-Floor Chicken Farm by William Heat
The beauty and simplicity of this solution of the problem of how to keep chickens in the top floor of the bijou flat will appeal to readers who like to get as much as possible for their rent

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson
Cartoon, Wild and Woolly. A few trot-skis in Switzerland. Variations on Skiing such as the tri-ski and twin-ski. Please note

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Another Wash-out by W. Heath Robinson

Another Wash-out by W. Heath Robinson
Training at home for the cross Channel swim with a man swimming suspended from a window with watering cans. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Riviera holiday makers on the piste

Riviera holiday makers on the piste
Illustration by William Heath Robinson showing skiiers intrigued by the appearance of glamorous Howard. K. Elcock characters

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: If Unhealthy, be healthy: If Healthy by Healthier

If Unhealthy, be healthy: If Healthy by Healthier
An energetic man starts the day in his dressing gown by diving off the mantelpiece of his living room, using his wifes head as a springboard

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Sixth Column Strategy

Sixth Column Strategy
Stout patriots dislodge an enemy machine gun post from the dome of St. Pauls using the usual Heath Robinson cunning! Please note

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Hows That? By William Heath Robinson

Hows That? By William Heath Robinson
Clock cricket- A new and exciting summer game for the seaside. Illustration showing a unique game of cricket. Please note

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: An Ideal Home No. I by William Heath Robinson

An Ideal Home No. I by William Heath Robinson
The first in the series of the Ideal Home designs by W. Heath Robinson. The illustrations from The Sketch depict ingenious space creating ideas for the spatially challenged home

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: A Heath Robinson drawing

A Heath Robinson drawing
Cartoon, A Heath Robinson drawing of Heath Robinson drawing a Heath Robinson drawing. Drawing a piece of string from life

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Playtime at Wimbledon. by William Heath Robinson

Playtime at Wimbledon. by William Heath Robinson
The new craze of Jazz Tennis caught in full swing by our extra special artist. A humorous illustration of tennis players dancing the foxtrot on a tennis court

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: More Golfing Notes by William Heath Robinson

More Golfing Notes by William Heath Robinson
Some suggestions for the novice golfer on ways to improve their game from a Club Guider for hitting the ball on the exact spot and a Stymie Bridge for overcoming obstacles

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: An Attractive Idea for Gents Wear

An Attractive Idea for Gents Wear
Do you realise that the equinoctial gales will soon be blowing in upon us? If so, do not forget to buy one of the new patent adjustable, magnetic hat guards, for use with any style and size of hat

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Lessons by Post by William Heath Robinson

Lessons by Post by William Heath Robinson
The new Heath Robinson Swimming Post, which is acquiring such popularity at our most fashionable resorts. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson

The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson
Christmas is sure to be a success if one keeps smiling on all occasions. The right and seasonable way of behaving in an unexpected encounter

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Cold Comfort by W. Heath Robinson

Cold Comfort by W. Heath Robinson
An elegant device now in use in many seaside boarding houses to obviate the rather indelicate act of blowing on ones food to cool it

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Oh, Cheese it! by W. Heath Robinson

Oh, Cheese it! by W. Heath Robinson
A remarkable case of absence of mind in a Dutch restaurant. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Ending in Smoke by Heath Robinson

Ending in Smoke by Heath Robinson
An ingenious smoke screen spreader for preventing embarrassing situations when the bathroom lock is out of order. Hilarious invention by the inimitable Heath Robinson allowing complete discretion for

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Economics a la Heath Robinson

Economics a la Heath Robinson
Do not scrap your disused lighting, heating, or cooking apparatus; they can be easily adapted to other requirements. Please note

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Wherefore Art Thou, Radio? By William Heath Robinson

Wherefore Art Thou, Radio? By William Heath Robinson
It has been suggested that during the Spring, 2 L O should devote one night a week to amatory music for those under the subtle influence of the vernal season

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: More Golfing Notes, by William Heath Robinson

More Golfing Notes, by William Heath Robinson
Some suggestions for the novice. Illustrations showing various devices to assist golfing skills. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Skiiers out of place in the Riviera

Skiiers out of place in the Riviera
A humorous illustration showing out of place William Heath Robinson characters receiving curious glances from glamorous holiday makers in a Howard. K. Elcock illustration

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Lie by William Heath Robinson

The Lie by William Heath Robinson
Cartoon, The Lie. One of those golfing stories that you are not bound to believe if you don t want to. A golfer mistakes the top of a hat from a tramp for the hole when playing golf

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Too Fishy

Too Fishy
Unsportsmanlike tactics of a competitor at a recent fishing tournament at Hampstead Ponds. Humorous illustration by William Heath Robinson (1872-1944)

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Harley-Scope Mine-Detector by William Heath Robinson

The Harley-Scope Mine-Detector by William Heath Robinson
A crackpot invention dreamed up Heath Robinson, allowing a British machine to suspend a stethoscope wearing doctor over the ground, in an attempt to locate the snug dug outs of the German enemy

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Trew Origin of Trousers by W. Heath Robinson

The Trew Origin of Trousers by W. Heath Robinson
The First Blush - or the Dawn of the sense of propriety. Heath Robinson imagines that trousers were invented when decency dictated that the legs of Stonehenge be covered up to spare the blushes of

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Next Infliction - the Cross-Word Puzzle Illustrated by W

The Next Infliction - the Cross-Word Puzzle Illustrated by W
Heath Robinsons contribution to the crossword craze of 1925, an illustrated crossword puzzle with clues included under the picture

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Foretunate by William Heath Robinson

Foretunate by William Heath Robinson
Some close shaves at St. Andrews. A golfer strikes a ball which, through incredible good luck, manages to miss everyone standing in its path

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Last Word by William Heath Robinson

The Last Word by William Heath Robinson
A motorcyclist, engrossed in a crossword, fails to notice that he is driving over the edge of a cliff just as he discovers the right answer to one of the clues

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Village Revels by William Heath Robinson

Village Revels by William Heath Robinson
A charming scene painted by the comic artist, W. Heath Robinson featuring villagers enjoying themselves at a fair. In the foreground some agricultural workers in smocks enjoy tankards of ale

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Little Games for the Holidays - Bouncing the Beechum

Little Games for the Holidays - Bouncing the Beechum
A curious game invented by Heath Robinson whereby a tiny ball or beechum is sprung into the air by the hefty use of a mallet while a number of public school boys wait to catch it with nets poised

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson

The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson
Christmas is sure to be a success if one keeps smiling on all occasions. The gentle game of snowballing as it should be played at Christmas time by all really nice people

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson

The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson
Christmas is sure to be a success if one keeps smiling on all occasions. A quiet game of snap is a great aid to maintaining the right spirit when snowed-up on Christmas Eve

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson

The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson
Christmas is sure to be a success if one keeps smiling on all occasions. Mistletoe and a little game of Oranges and Lemons would bring the Christmas spirit to the Underground

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson

The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson
Christmas is sure to be a success if one keeps smiling on all occasions. Keep smiling, even if the ice cracks. Don t let worries upset your Christmas

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson

The Right Spirit by William Heath Robinson
Christmas is sure to be a success if one keeps smiling on all occasions. A cordial greeting. Mr William Sikes saves the situation

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: Head Work! by W. Heath Robinson

Head Work! by W. Heath Robinson
A new machine (adopted by some of our first class restaurants) for putting the head on a glass of stout. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: To The Rescue by William Heath Robinson

To The Rescue by William Heath Robinson
Sequential cartoon by William Heath Robinson with the first picture showing a policeman directing a large army of helpers towards a top hat and gloves lying forlornly in the snow

Background imageHeath Robinson Humour Collection: New Banting Bed for Reducing the Figure

New Banting Bed for Reducing the Figure
The New Banting Bed for Reducing the Figure. Cartoon by William Heath Robinson



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