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We began selling antique prints in Norwich Norfolk, on the east coast of the UK on September 15th 1985. We traveled all over the UK every weekend exhibiting at popular antique shows before securing a contact to work on American military installations in Belgium, Germany and Italy. After 4 years traveling all over Europe the logical progression was to establish a presence in the United States. We moved to the United States in 1997 and traded as: The Way We Were Queenstown, Maryland
Our name was change to The Vanity Fair Print Company in 1999 but we had to change it to The Original Vanity Fair Print Company in 2008 as our name was used without consent by a company in Hastings UK that was trying to benefit from our success. In July 2011 we redesigned the business model of our company and returned to our original name of :
WE WILL HAVE WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.
Although we have 1400 Vanity Fair Prints listed on our site we have not listed all the around 2500 they produced. However we do have access to almost everyone of them. There are perhaps only around 10 of the rarest ones we may not be able to supply immediately.
Just email us details of the print you are looking for and we will almost certainly to be able to supply it for you.
Buying and shipping information
We are an American company based in Tennessee but also operate from the South Coast of the England to better serve our customers there and in Europe. All administrative paperwork and payment is processed here in the US though customers in Europe and the UK will have their prints shipped from/within the UK. All other worldwide shipments will be made from the US unless it proves more convenient and cost-effective to ship from United Kingdom.
The Vanity Fair Print Company will do everything it can to insure your on-line shopping experience is as friendly, problem free and as comfortable as we can possibly make it. We stand by the condition of all our prints and will do what ever is necessary to ensure you are truly satisfied with your purchase.
You may contact us anytime by email or phone and we will be happy to assist.
Vanity Fair Print: H.H. The Maharaja of Patiala 1900
Vanity Fair Print: William Gladstone 1869
Vanity Fair Print: Captain Edgeworth Johnstone 1896
Vanity Fair Print: Sir Frederick Pollock 1870
Vanity Fair Print : Andrew Barclay Walker 1896
Vanity Fair Print : Force No Remedy 1881
Vanity Fair Print : Marquess of Tulibardine 1905
The World Supplement Print: David Lloyd George / Golfing 1910
Vanity Fair Print: Mr. D.C.R. Stuart 1907
Vanity Fair Print Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli 1869
Vanity Fair Print : The Comte De Dion 1899
Vanity Fair Print: M. and Mme. Curie 1904
The World Supplement Print: Charles F P McNeill M.F.H 1910
Vanity Fair Print : Santos Dumont 1901
Vanity Fair Print: Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhje 1897