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Punch was a long-running 19th and 20th century British magazine known for its humour, satire, and cartoons.

Publication History

Punch began publication in 1841. In its early years, it was subtitled "The London Charivari", after a Parisian magazine that it was originally patterned on. It ceased publication in 1992. In 1996, the magazine was revived under new ownership, but the revival folded in 2002.

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Official Site / Current Material

  • Although the magazine is no longer being published, the official web site is still online, and has information on the history of the magazine, some sample content, and cartoon licencing information.

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