[London?]: [The Graphic?], 1886? Four folio sheets in colors, illustrating the title poem, plainly removed from (per a modern handwritten note, on a post-it) the Christmas number of The Graphic for 1886. 16 x 11 inches, with an average eight vignette images per page; color process is unfamiliar to this cataloguer --not lithographed, yet layered. Paperstock a little browned, leaves quite edgeworn with 3/4 inch tears and a shallow crease, none affecting images, no fold-lines old or new, item to be mailed safely rolled.
A chubby old gent puts on his pinks and joins a society ride. Not so much about the fox as about human matrimony (last image takes place at the altar).