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0266647
DANIEL FINCH (1647-1730).
2nd Earl of Nottingham and 7th Earl of Winchilsea. English statesman. Oil on canvas, c1720, by Sir Godrey Kneller.
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0351968
AUDUBON: GROSBEAK.
Pine Grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator). Engraving after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0104475
DENYS GEORGE FINCH-HATTON
(1887-1931). British aviator and big game hunter. Photographed in 1908.
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0525978
BLACKBURN: BIRDS, 1895.
'Goldfinch, Chaffinch, Linnet, Lesser Redpoll, Twite, or Mountain Linnet.' Illustration by Jemima Blackburn, 1895.
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0225491
CUSTOM.
German Empire Free State Prussia Saxony province: tradtional finch singing, the cages are covered with white cloths and standing in a circle on a round table and the brids who are not longer singing drop out - Photographer: Atelier Balassa - Published by: 'Koralle' 21/1935 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0351969
AUDUBON: CROSSBILL.
Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra). Engraving after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0007570
AUDUBON: FINCH.
Purple Finch (Carpodacus purpureus), after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0019923
CIMA: MADONNA.
'The Virgin and Child with a Goldfinch.' Oil and tempera on poplar by Giovanni Battista Cima, c1505. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0265875
POOR MISS FINCH, 1871.
'Mr. Finch stopped, horror-struck at his condition.' Illustration for chapter seventeen of the novel 'Poor Miss Finch,' by Wilkie Collins. Engraving, American, 1871.
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0159740
ROMAN POLANSKI.
Roman Polanski (l) has presented at cannes festival film Macbeth with Franca Annis and John Finch may 13, 1972. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0124153
FABRITIUS: THE GOLDFINCH.
Oil on canvas by Carel Fabritius, 1654.
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0027616
AUDUBON: FINCH.
Sharp-tailed Finch (Ammospiza caudacuta), from John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
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0007637
AUDUBON: GROSBEAKS.
A male Evening Grosbeak (Coccothraustes vespertinus, formerly Hesperiphona verspertina), top, and Black-headed Grosbeaks (Pheucticus melanocephalus), from John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
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0351983
AUDUBON: SONGBIRDS.
From top: Two Bullock's Orioles (Icterus bullockii), facing left; female Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula), facing right; two Yellow-faced Siskins (Spinus yarrellii, or Carduelis yarrellii); Varied Thrush (Ixoreus naevius); and Northern Waterthrush (Parkesia noveboracensis). From John James Audubon's 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0525980
BLACKBURN: BIRDS, 1895.
'Crossbill.' Illustration by Jemima Blackburn, 1895.
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0051172
VIRGIN AND CHILD, c1447.
'The Virgin and Child with Angels.' Tempera on wood, attributed to Benozzo Gozzoli, c1447. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0007625
AUDUBON: GOLDFINCH.
American Goldfinch (Spinus tristis, or Carduelis tristis), from John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
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0070253
DENYS GEORGE FINCH-HATTON
(1887-1931). British aviator and big game hunter. Photograph, c1910.
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0007575
AUDUBON: SPARROW.
Seaside Sparrow, or MacGillivray's Finch (Ammodramus maritimus), after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0525976
BLACKBURN: BIRDS, 1895.
'Mountain Finch.' Illustration by Jemima Blackburn, 1895.
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0004656
DARWIN: GALAPAGOS FINCHES.
The page from a 19th century edition of Charles Darwin's Journal of Researches, wherein the gradation in the size of the beaks of the Galapagos finches is noted.
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0351981
AUDUBON: SONGBIRDS.
From top: Hoary Redpoll (Carduelis hornemanni, or Acanthis hornemanni); Lesser Goldfinch (Spinus psaltria, or Carduelis psaltria); female Western Tanager (Piranga ludoviciana); Townsend's Dickcissel, or Townsend's Bunting (Spiza townsendi), left; Smith's Longspur (Calcarius pictus). From John James Audubon 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0351982
AUDUBON: SONGBIRDS.
From top: Lazuli Bunting (Passerina amoena); male House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus); young Brown-headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater), left; Gray-crowned Rosy Finch (Leucosticte tephrocotis); two female Evening Grosbeaks (Coccothraustes vespertinus); and Fox Sparrow (Passerella iliaca). From John James Audubon's 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0326784
MADONNA AND CHILD, c1480.
'Madonna and Child.' Tempera on wood by Carlo Crivelli, c1480.
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0079678
SEXUAL DIMORPHISM.
The Broad-shafted Whida Finch 'Vidua paradisea,' the male of which exhibits a spectacular display of tail feathers. Wood engraving, English, 19th century.
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0007829
AUDUBON: SONGBIRDS.
From top: Chestnut-collared Longspur (Calcarius ornatus), Black-headed Siskin (Spinus notatus, or Carduelis notata), Golden-crowned Sparrow (Zonotrichia atricapilla), and Eastern, or Rufous-sided, Towhee (Pipilo erythrophthalmus), from John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
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0253431
ARTWORK.
A painting of Darwin and the variety of life that intrigued him. Ned M. Seidler.
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0129361
PROHIBITION REPEAL, 1933.
In preparation for the repeal of prohibition, a worker empties barrels of whiskey into a container for bottling at the Joseph Finch Company, Schenley, Pennsylvania, 28 August 1933.
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0049156
COUNTESS OF WINCHILSEA
(1661-1720). Anne Finch. English poet. Painting by an unknown atrist, 1720.
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0351970
AUDUBON: CROSSBILL.
White-winged Crossbill (Loxia leucoptera). Engraving after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0322315
COLLAERT: BIRDS.
A hoopoe and an acanthis bird. Engraving from Adriaen Collaert's 'Avium Vivae Icones,' late 16th century.
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0029332
AUDUBON: SPARROWS.
Lark Sparrow, or Lark Finch (Chondestes grammacus), top; Lark Bunting, or Prairie Finch (Calamospiza melanocorys), center (male) and lower right (female); and Song Sparrow (Melospiza melodia). Engraving after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
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0000176
MOUNT EVEREST EXPEDITION.
The 1922 British expedition to Mount Everest. First row, from left: George Mallory, George Ingle Finch, Tom George Longstaff, C. Geoffrey Bruce, Edward L. Strutt, Colin Grant Crawford. Second row, from left: Henry T. Morshead, J.G. Bruce, Arthur William Wakefield, Howard Somervell, John Morris, and Edward F. Norton.
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0104476
DENYS GEORGE FINCH-HATTON
(1887-1931). British aviator and big game hunter. Possibly the last photograph of Finch-Hatton, taken during a safari at Voi in Kenya in 1931. Following his death, it was sent to his lover, the Danish writer Isak Dinesen.
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0066237
GYPSY QUEEN, 18th CENTURY.
Margaret Finch, queen of the Norwood gypsies, who was particularly known for her knowledge of futurity, is seen in her characteristic squat, with her chin resting on her knees; she died in 1740 at the reputed age of 109 years. Wood engraving after a drawing made in 1739.
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0066238
GYPSY QUEEN, 18th CENTURY.
Margaret Finch, queen of the Norwood gypsies, who was particularly known for her knowledge of futurity, is seen in her characteristic squat, with her chin resting on her knees; she died in 1740 at the reputed age of 109 years. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0033603
GOLDFINCH.
Wood engraving, c1797, by Thomas Bewick.
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0268940
VLADIMIR LENIN (1870-1924).
Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov, known as Lenin. Russian Communist leader. Lenin with children in Gorki, observing bullfinches in a tree. Painting, 1954, by Vladimir Sergeyevich Bulankin (1921-1974).
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0049157
COUNTESS OF WINCHILSEA
(1661-1720). Anne Finch. English poet. Miniature by L. Crosse.
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0007626
AUDUBON: SISKIN.
Pine Siskin (Spinus pinus, or Carduelis pinus), from John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
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