Sir Gerald Bernard Kaufman (1930-), Politician and author
Sitter in 9 portraits
The House of Commons, 24 July 1986
by Christopher John ('Chris') Orraquatint and etching, 1986NPG 6834
Sir Gerald Bernard Kaufman
by Bassano & Vandyk Studioscolour transparency, 29 June 1978NPG x174108
by Bassano & Vandyk Studioshalf-plate film negative, 29 June 1978NPG x174102
by Bassano & Vandyk Studioshalf-plate film negative, 29 June 1978NPG x174103
by Bassano & Vandyk Studioshalf-plate film negative, 29 June 1978NPG x174104
by Bassano & Vandyk Studioshalf-plate film negative, 29 June 1978NPG x174105
by Bassano & Vandyk Studioshalf-plate film negative, 29 June 1978NPG x174106
by Bassano & Vandyk Studioshalf-plate film negative, 29 June 1978NPG x174107
Roy Jenkins; Peter Shore; Geoffrey Howe; Michael Foot; Roy Hattersley; David Steel; Eric Heffer; Denis Healey; David Owen; Gerald Kauffman; Edward Heath; James Callaghan; Margaret Thatcher; Enoch Powell
by Unknown photographervintage printNPG x27968
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