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Queen Victoria, c.1870.

Queen Victoria, c.1870.

By Andre-Adolphe-Eugene Disderi .....A cabinet card sized woodburytype of Queen Victoria (1819-1901), taken in about 1870 by the French photographer Disderi (1819-1889). This is from the 'Disderi' album in the ... more

'Torquay, Victoria Parade From the Pier'

'Torquay, Victoria Parade From the Pier'

Creator: Francis Bedford (1816 - 1894).Date: c. 1880.Format: Albumen print.Collection: National Media Museum Collection ( http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/Collection/Photography ) .Inventory no: 1990-5037... more

This train is now ready to depart

This train is now ready to depart

Description: "Photograph of railway guard giving the signal to the engine driver." Photograph by RL Sirus...Date: 1884..Our Catalogue Reference: COPY 1/369/256 ( http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/dis... more

R101 and cows

R101 and cows

Description: British R101 airship at mooring tower. The vessel was 237 metres long...Date: c.1929..Our Catalogue Reference: AIR 5/919 ( http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?C... more

Dionysos

Dionysos

The figure stands in the relaxed pose made popular by the Greek sculptor Praxiteles in the fourth century b.c. Made in Egypt

Silenus, the Tutor of Dionysos
Textile Fragment

Textile Fragment

Made in Egypt

Fragment of a Band with a Hare
Wood fragment

Wood fragment

Made in Egypt

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

The affinity of these brooches, found in France, with objects from Kent is evidence of the spread of artistic traditions through export or copying. Made in Kent, England

Square-Headed Brooch

Square-Headed Brooch

Made in Kent, England

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

The affinity of these brooches, found in France, with objects from Kent is evidence of the spread of artistic traditions through export or copying. Made in Kent, England

Pin
Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Made in Kent, England

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

Miniature Square-Headed Brooch

The affinity of these brooches, found in France, with objects from Kent is evidence of the spread of artistic traditions through export or copying. Made in Kent, England

Square-Headed Brooch

Square-Headed Brooch

Made in Kent, England

Clasp
Open-Ring Brooch

Open-Ring Brooch

The ring-shaped brooch was a favored type of garment fastener in the British Isles, particularly in Ireland.

Sword Pommel
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
William I Penny

William I Penny

Made in London, England

Spoon
Psalter
Jug
Corbel

Corbel

Made in Canterbury, England

Jug
Jug
Tile with a King Holding Flowers

Tile with a King Holding Flowers

Made in Warwickshire, England

Ring Brooch
Stirrup Ring
Manuscript Leaf from a Royal Psalter

Manuscript Leaf from a Royal Psalter

Made in Court School, probably London, England

Ornamental Roundel

Ornamental Roundel

Made in Salisbury, England

Pilgrim's Badge with Bust of a Bishop

Pilgrim's Badge with Bust of a Bishop

Made in Canterbury (?), England

Two-Colored Tile

Two-Colored Tile

Made in Nottingham or Derbyshire, Midlands, England

Four Two-Colored Tiles

Four Two-Colored Tiles

Made in Oxfordshire, England

Two-Colored Tile with Arms of the Beauchamp Family

Two-Colored Tile with Arms of the Beauchamp Family

Made in probably Derbyshire, Midlands, England

Finger Ring

Finger Ring

The inscription on the hoop reads: Rutilans Eboraci Civita[ti]s cantor (Rufus(?) of York, Musician(?) of the Episcopal City).

Badge
Two-Colored Tile

Two-Colored Tile

Made in Midlands, England

Tile, with helmeted knight on horseback

Tile, with helmeted knight on horseback

Made in Nottingham, England

Orphrey
Tile with rampant lion

Tile with rampant lion

Made in Nottingham, England