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NIGERIA: COUNCIL, 1887.
Meeting between Jubo Jubogha, founder of Opobo (in present-day Nigeria), and the English consul at Opobo. Engraving, English, 1887.
ROWLANDSON: RAG FAIR, 1784.
'Rag Fair. Rosemary Lane.' Watercolor by Thomas Rowlandson, 1784.
WOMEN'S FASHION, 1826.
A woman wearing a morning visiting dress. English color fashion plate from 'La Belle Assemblée,' 1826.
A woman photographed by Elliot & Fry in London, England, late 19th or early 20th century.
Great Britain, 3rd International Congress of the Salvation Army in London, delegate from Argentina - Photographer: Daily Mirror - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 25/1914 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
LONDON: COUPLE, c1935.
A couple taking a nap in the Green Park in London. Photograph by Kurt Hübschmann, c1935.
TREATY OF PARIS, 1763.
Celebrating the Treaty of Paris, February 1763, that ended the Seven Year's War, at The Thistle & Crown in London, England. Contemporary English cartoon.
THE ENGLISH GENTLEWOMAN.
Woodcut page from Richard Brathwait's 'The English Gentlewoman,' 1631.
THE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN, 1630.
Woodcut page from Richard Brathwait's 'The English Gentleman,' displaying the qualities of being a gentleman, the lowest rank of the English gentry, 1630.
EDWARD VII (1841-1910).
King of England, 1901-1910. As Prince of Wales. Engraving, c1891.
The english actress Diana Dors look at the american actor Bob Hope on set of The Iron Petticoat fot the american tv show in Great Britain, january 18, 1956. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
WORLD WAR I: BAGPIPERS.
Bagpipers of the Scottish Guard photographed at the Gard du Nord station in Paris following their arrival in France during World War I.
ENGLAND: COFFEE HOUSE.
Painting by an unidentified artist, c1705.
ENGLAND: COUNTRY HOUSE.
'The Hide,' the home of Thomas Brand Hollis (1719-1804) near Ingatestone, Essex. Line engraving, English, late 18th century.
ENGLAND: COWBOYS, c1900.
A group of Salvation Army London Cowboys on horseback under Major Bourne in London, England. Photograph, c1900.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1780.
'Orders.' Broadside by British General Henry Clinton, Charleston, South Carolina, 1 June 1780, congratulating the British Army on its successes in the back country of the state.
RICHARD JOHNSON (1927-).
Actor London United Kingdom 1964. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
DAVID NIVEN (1910-1983).
Actor Château d'Oex Switzerland. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
BUNKER HILL: CARTOON, 1775.
'Bunkers hill, or the blessed effects of Family quarrels.' English cartoon, 1775, ascribing the fighting between America and Britannia to the influence of Lord Bute, seated with his arm around Lord North.
BRITISH CROWN JEWELS.
Saint Edward's crown, used during British coronation ceremonies since 1661.
CRIES OF LONDON, 1759.
Cane Chair Weaver. Pen and watercolor by Paul Sandby, 1759.
SPANISH ARMADA, 1588.
The Spanish Armada fighting against the English Royal Navy, 1588. Line engraving, c1615.
BRITISH OFFICERS: CARTOON.
English cartoon satire, 1777, on the want of training of British officers to prepare them for the American war.
DORÉ: LONDON, 1873.
'Found in the Street.' Wood engraving after Gustave Doré, from the series 'London: A Pilgrimage,' 1873.
RED CROSS POSTER, 1915.
English poster for a fundraiser to aid the French Red Cross during World War I. Lithograph, 1915.
BRITISH REDOUBT, 1777.
Plan of a typical British redoubt at the time of the American Revolutionary War.
St Helena island port, October 17, 1815, engraving. Restoration, United Kingdom, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / M. SEEMULLER / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
William IV style mahogany bookcase with mahogany veneer finish, 1840, 19th century, Detail of hinge, United Kingdom Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
AD: ENGLISH LEATHER, 1968.
American advertisement for English Leather Lime. Photograph, 1968.
MARTINEAU: LAST DAY, 1862.
'The Last Day in the Old Home.' Oil on canvas, 1862, by Robert Brathwaite Martineau. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
ENGLISH FASHIONS, 1827.
'Monstrosities of 1827.' Satirical etching by Robert Cruikshank, 1827.
ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE.
Front page of a January 1774 issue of 'The St. James's Chronicle; or, British Evening-Post,' with news from Boston and Parliamentary minutes.
SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND.
Actors dress for a pageant as Britannia and her four knights. Clifton R. Adams.
FUNGURUME, BELGIAN CONGO.
Men load a train with rubber tires with packages from their boat. Frank J. Magee.
WOMEN'S FASHION, 1829.
Women wearing an opera dress (left) and a private concert dress. English color fashion plate from 'La Belle Assemblée,' 1829.
SEVEN YEARS' WAR CARTOON.
'The Grumblers of Great Britain.' Two gentlemen at the Bedford Coffee House disagreeing on the benefits and drawbacks of war. English political cartoon, 1763.
TOWER OF LONDON: MENAGERIE.
Broadside announcing the reopening to the public of the menagerie at the Tower of London, 31 August 1833. The menagerie was closed and the animals moved to Regent Park two years later. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
BRITISH CROWN JEWELS.
The Imperial State Crown, containing the large uncut ruby given to Edward the Black Prince in the 14th century. Set in the front circlet is the Cullinan II diamond, or Lesser Star of Africa.
Five men and five women seated, formally dressed, at a table at a dinner given to Arnold Bennett, English novelist and dramatist, at Harper Brothers, c1911.
BRITISH CROWN JEWELS.
The Great Sword of State and the three Swords of Justice.
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