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Handsworth birmingham park.

Handsworth birmingham park.

The cube building architecture, architecture buildings.

England birmingham cemetery, transportation traffic.

Building architecture selfridges, architecture buildings.

Handsworth birmingham park.

Handsworth birmingham park.

Handsworth birmingham park.

Handsworth park birmingham.

Handsworth birmingham park.

Handsworth birmingham park.

Birmingham shopping center bullring, architecture buildings.

Baseball usa america, sports.

Birmingham reflection glass, architecture buildings.

Charger

Tobacco box

Spoon

The Prospect of Bermingham, from Ravenshurst (neere London-road) on the South-east part of towne (Birmingham)

Trifid spoon

Pilgrim bottle (one of a pair)

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Measure

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Embroidered picture with a family in a garden setting

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Strainer spoon

Embroidered picture with mythological scenes

Embroidered picture of Queen Anne and the Duke of Marlborough

Embroidered picture with pastoral scene

Portrait miniature

[Illustrations of experiments proving air is a compressed substance and title page]

Tea caddy spoon

A Birmingham toast, as given on the 14th of July by the--revolution society

Plan of Birmingham : surveyed in the Year 1792 [Mapa]

A Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal, from the Worcester & Birmingham Canal at Kings Norton, in the County of Worcester ; to Stratford upon Avon, in the County of Warwick ; also the collateral Branches to Grafton &c [Mapa]

Vinaigrette box

St Paul's Church from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

RotateAC from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

English Reformation from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

map from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

portrait from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

Text:type=caption from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

theatre from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

advert from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

portrait from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

geo:lon=-1.899811 from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

portrait from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

Birmingham from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

crescent from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

coat of arms from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

portrait from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

text:type=caption from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

Navigation office from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

RotateAC from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

Bennett's Hill from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

portrait from "[An history of Birmingham ... With a new introduction by Christopher R. Erington.]"

Chandelier

Caddy spoon

Medal

Caddy spoon

ootag from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

StThomas from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

ootag from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

Birmingham from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

hospital from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

ootag from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

MeetingHouses from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

ootag=Trinity, St John Deritend, St James Ashted, chapels from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

ootag=Theatre Royal, Library, New Library, News Rooms from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

Society of Art from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

Child's rattle and teether

Rattle, Whistle, and Bells

England from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"