As a lover of antique playing cards, I fell in love with this engraving immediately, depicting a fox as a knave of hearts, titled "Monsieur Surecard." There was a handwritten attribution on the back of the matte on which this was mounted, describing it as one of 75 plates from Edwards and Darby (London) 's "A Political and Satirical History of the Years 1756-7, which I've not dug into deeply enough to understand exactly who or what is being satirized in this engraving, but which I know featured a series of caricatures of English society, fashion, culture, religion and politics, and is quite rare. A clipped description of this plate (#15) is included on the back of the mat, reading: "Infers by the Sharpness of his Nose that Craft and Subtilty which is natural to Creatures of a familiar kind, known by the Name of Foxes, and is here being pointed out as a Knave."
Plate itself measures 4 15/16" x 3 15/16". Attached via hinge to board with a mylar overlay and yellow matte over top, from which it could easily be removed. Plate itself is in very good condition. (I forgot to take a photo of full board with mylar overlay, but can provide one.)