Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg's art collection began in 1981, when Lee Sandler started collecting international trade-related cartoons. It now includes more than 100 original Pucks, offering perspectives on turn-of-the-century sentiments on international trade, politics and tariff issues. These originals are on permanent display in the offices of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg throughout the United States.
Puck Magazine was established in 1876 by Joseph Keppler, an Austrian-born cartoonist who emigrated to the United States in 1867. Each week, the front cover, centerfold and back cover featured different cartoons of political commentary. Puck started as a German-language weekly, but an English version appeared in March 1877. The 16-page magazine sold for ten cents. By the early 1880s, Keppler was selling over 80,000 copies a week.
The magazine was eventually purchased by William Randolph Hearst and was closed in September 1918.