Originally Posted by Quartz
Subject says it all, really. I'm looking for a graphic of a butler that's in the public domain. I've been to (for example) Clipartguide.com and their links to such images have expired, and the thumbnails have the site's title on them, so are useless. Other sites I've visited say their images are copyright or want payment or do not give the status of the image or restrict the usage. This is to go on my business card, so simplicity would be good. A fledgling business does not want to be troubled with international copyright issues!
Try searching on illustrations of Dickens' works. They are all in the public domain. Here are some of the artists, although few illustrations at this site.
Also try one of the other Cruickshank family of illustrators. Rowlandson and Gilray may work, but their style is probably much too cartoonish.
Also try looking in the Illustrated Police Gazette. Some old Jane Austen illustrations have servants in them - there's a site called "Pemberley" or something which has a lot of illustrations along those lines. Ah, here it is in my bookmarks: http://www.pemberley.com/janeinfo/pembfun/victcfsh.html
As other search terms, you might try "servant" or "manservant." Sorry, I'd do some searches for you, but I'm at a place where my net access is limited, so all I can do, sadly, is suggest.