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Bone object in the shape of a herm

Phallic Stone Object

Bronze object in the shape of a horn

Winged Object (harpoon counterweight?)

Small rectangular object with curved top

Spiked and curved object

Gaming Piece or Stone Object

Unidentified Object

Ritual Object (Linga?)

Man giving object from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 33

Standing Figure of Saint Stephen and the Head of Another Figure Within the Framing Outlines of a Rectangle, Crude Sketch of the Head of Another Figure, Undecipherable Sketch of a Polygonal or Circular Object with Small Projections

Stone Object with Relief Figures

Studies for a Decorative Object (Banner or Pendentive?) Representing Allegorical Figures, One of Which Appears to Be Fortitude

Ornamental design for liturgical object

Design for a Liturgical Object with Statues of a Kneeling Saint and the Risen Christ (recto); Design for a Sepulcher (?) and Drawing of a Putto (verso).

[A man carrying a large object]

A proclamation: Whereas the enemy have invaded this state, and now occupy John's and James Island, and the reduction of this town is undoubtedly their object. [Re. bearing arms] [Charleston, S, C. 177-].

I object! The gentleman from Pennsylvania objects, the gentleman will reduce his objection to writing

Case (Inrō) with Object from the Noh drama "Hachinoki"

Metal Object, with Initials "PR", for Church

Metal Ecclesiastical Object

Design for an Object (Casket?) Decorated with Armorial Trophies and Foliage

(Circular.) Council Chamber, Nov. 24th, 1809. Gentlemen, The subjoined copy of an advice of the Council of state, is explicit as to the object therein contemplated. Its importance will no doubt obtain from you the proper attention, which is expe

Two figures standing, facing each other and holding a long, serpentine object.

[A man, wearing a large conical hat and a straw or feather garment, attempting to turn on end a barrel-like object, possibly a mochi tub; on the ground next to him is long-handled mallet]

[A man, wearing a large conical hat and a straw or feather garment, leaning on or rolling a large barrel-like object, possibly a mochi tub; he is carrying a long-handled tool, possibly a mallet, over his right shoulder]

The author of the following communication is not influenced by malicious motives. His object is solely to expose, publicly, the mal-conduct of a government officer ... As a suit is now pending in court respecting this transaction, it is hoped th

map from "Asher's Picture of Berlin and its Environs; containing a copious account of every object worthy of inspection in the Metropolis of Prussia, in Charlottenburg and Potsdam. To which is added a list of German classic authors and of their preeminent works"

To the public. The undersigned, as is well known to the public generally, was, for a series of months, disabled from the pursuit of his business by a dangerous and almost fatal disease ... The object of this communication is principally to give

Eclipse & no eclipse or two views of one object

Steam or other communication with Liberia. An adjourned meeting to aid this object will be held this evening in the 4 1-2 street Church ... when the Hon. Judge Wayne will preside and addresses be made by several distinguished gentlemen ... All w

map from "Hand-Book for the Vale of Clwyd; containing a topographical and historical description of the towns of Rhyl, Abergele, Saint Asaph, Denbigh, and Ruthin; with all the adjacent villages, castles, mansions, churches, monuments, antiquities, picturesque scenery, and every object of attraction, etc. [With illustrations and a folding map.]"

"An object of general interest." Sketching under difficulties.

"An object of general interest." Sketching under difficulties.

[An object in a flask, possible mineral crystals.]

[An object in a flask, possible mineral crystals.]

An object of general interest. Sketching.

An object of general interest. Sketching.

[Interior showing oriental vase, drapes in the door, an object in a bell jar, ornate picture frames.]

[Interior showing oriental vase, drapes in the door, an object in a bell jar, ornate picture frames.]

The State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of public thanksgiving and praise. By his Excellency, Ichabod Goodwin ... appoint Thursday, the 29th of November, for this object ... Given at the Council Chamber, in Concord, this 8th day of

"The Boston stone." Opposite the "Marshall House" may be seen the celebrated "Boston Stone" imbedded in the wall, long an object of interest to the curious and antiquary. [186-?].

Side view of naked man standing with crutches to display shortened right leg with foot resting on a wooden object.

Side view of naked man standing with crutches to display shortened right leg with foot resting on a wooden object.

Figure 39: The attention attracted by an object that provokes lascivious ideas and desires.

[Studio portraits of a Japanese soldier in amor, a woman with a parasol, a scavenger (garbage collector), and Beato's artist with brush and object]

A proclamation. Wheareas the President of the United States, on the 8th day of December, A. D. eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and on the 24th day of March, A. D. eighteen hundred and sixty-four, did, with the object to suppress the existing r

[Full-length rear view of a man dressed in an early 18th century coat, holding an unidentified object]

[Beehive-shaped metalwork object]

[Unknown object with open-work base, ornamental shaft, and cord(?)]

An unsightly object - who will take the axe and hew it down

A brief review of the new charter for Norfolk, showing its object to be as correctly stated, by the Richmond Whig, to establish a government "of the people, by the people, for the people.". [189-?].

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe