Victorian hand coloured sheet of theatre characters by Benjamin Pollack, 73 Hoxton Street, Hoxton and scenes in Aladdin or the Wonderful Lamp. ephemera, juvenile drama, paper theatre, Abanazar, Kasrac, theatrical print, play, pantomime, Benjamin Pollock, Publisher of Juvenile Prints, Penny Plain and Tuppence Coloured, miniature theatre plays,
1870's Old Victorian Antique Print History 19th Century Moncrieff Gun Carriage, 1875 British Army Field Gun Large Calibre Heavy Artillery Military Weapon Soldiers Rotate Mechanism Shells Long Range Armaments
Victorian music military Fusiliers1893 Inkerman ; 1890s; Band; march; sound; noise; soldiers; army; badge; honours; rifle; bayonet; weapons; arms; uniform; busby; boots; antique; paper; history; 19th; century; ephemera ; Royal Fusiliers "Inkerman" "Sheet music cover" "Lt Colonel G F Guyon" ;
Chromolithographed music cover titled The Royal Fusiliers published by Lafleur & Son, 15, 16 & 17 Green Street, Leicester Square, London, England. Dedicated to Lt Col. G F Guyon, 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers
Major-General Winfield Scott (1786-1866) American soldier. During the Mexican-American War 1846-1848 Scott commanded the southern of America's two armies. Scott pictured at the Battle of Veracruz, 20 day siege of the city 9-29 March 1847, pointing to the warships in the harbour. American forces took the city and marched on to Mexico City. Thius was the first large-scale amphibious assault by the United States forces. Lithograph.
Victorian treen whist markers circa 1890. Often bought as tourist souvenirs, known as transfer printed Mauchline ware. Scenes shown are Burns' Cottage and Alloway Kirk, Scotland. 'Made of wood grown on the banks of the Doon'. The central marker is
Christmas Presents, France, 19th century. les cadeaux de Noel. Pierrot. France, Republique francais, Republique Francaise, French Republic, Francia, Frankreich, Frankrijk, Franca, Europe, Europa, European, Liszt
Paris, The Ladies, France, 19th century, nineteen, France, Thpresents, les Dames, Republique francais, Republique Francaise, French Republic, Francia, Frankreich, Frankrijk, Franca, Europe, Europa, European, Liszt, Paris, Parigi, parisien, parisienne, Parisian, Parisii
Victorian street scene British Museum ; London; pavement; road; architecture; buildings; pedestrians; transport; coach; animals; horses; dogs; sentry; soldier; men; women; children; uniform; dress; clothes; fashion; hats; cane; lighting; gas; print; 19th; century; ephemera ; British Museum ; British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, England
Handcoloured print of the British Museum, London, 1873
Louis Pasteur Pasteurization chemist microbiologist scientist famous portrait celebrated renowned acclaimed French microbiology science and technology 19th nineteenth century chemistry Victorian Victorians scientists chemists microbiologists scientific breakthrough breakthroughs pasteurisation discovery discoveries discoverer discoverers inventor inventors process processes inventions invention chemical vaccine vaccines vaccination vaccinations disease diseases immunology germ theory of germs organism organisms Frenchman Frenchmen the people person figure figures man men male males pioneer pioneers pioneering technological advance advances discover discovers portraits upright vertical print prints black white research to from with by a France on history historical in historic heritage founder founders sickness health medicine public microorganism microorganisms micro-organism micro-organisms medical medicines prevent prevention preventing milk liquid liquids cause causes causation first firsts feat feats rabies for controlling spread control controls heat biologist biology biologists
Undated portrait engraving by unknown artist of French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur (1822 – 1895). Pasteur carried out pioneering research into the causes and prevention of disease and is regarded as one of the founders of the science of microbiology. He is best remembered for developing the process of pasteurization – using heat to destroy micro-organisms in liquids such as milk.
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Napoleon Bonaparte painting portrait Emperor French of the I first military and political leader illustration 19th nineteenth century history politics Europe European great famous leaders engraving 18th eighteenth Napoleonic war wars leading figure figures greatest celebrated renowned acclaimed prominent person persons people noted famed eminent distinguished historic historical in uniform leadership paintings portraits Emperors France soldier soldiers ruler rulers illustrations heritage politician politicians Western Europeans greats engravings warfare militaria statesman statesmen statesmanship print prints Corsica Corsican Corsicans Italy Italian Italians King Kings man men male males Empire Empires President Presidents standing up study his Republic Republics fine art artwork artworks works work general generals commander commanders government black white officer officers tactician tacticians tactics upright vertical short little Napoleone di Buonaparte era eras Battle battles Waterloo small code tyrant tyrants with to a an at by on from for into
Undated portrait engraving by unknown artist of Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 – 1821). Bonaparte was Emperor of the French as Napoleon I and a key military and political leader whose actions shaped European politics in the early 19th century.
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French postal service. Sorting letters on the Paris-Marseilles express by the light of oil lamps. The expansion of the railway network in the nineteenth century greatly improved mail services. Dedicated overnight mail trains, or mail carriages attached to scheduled trains, enabled mail to be sorted en route to a distribution centre. Engraving from "Le Journal de la Jeunesse" (Paris, 1886).
French 10-Wheel 4-Cylinder Steam Locomotive, 1875 1870's Old Antique Print Victorian 19th Century History Industry Industrial Machine Machinery Working Steam Locomotive Engine Boiler Railways Transport Engineering Travel
Victorian scrap album page embellished with chromolithographed diecut scraps of Her Majesty's regiments in the British Army circa 1875. Included are many long disbanded such as county regiment : 1st Lancashire Rifle Volunteer Corps, Bombay Light Infa
Benjamin Harrison portrait President American US USA of 23rd painting illustration United States America Presidents leader leaders the 19th nineteenth century history Presidential vintage portraits illustrations paintings political Americans historic historical figure figures leading statesman statesmen politician politicians politics leadership statesmanship people person persons engraving engravings head and shoulders black white heritage print prints upright vertical art artwork artworks work works North Americana man men male males a an at in by on to from for with into Republican Republicans twenty-third twenty third Party parties famous soldier soldiers former military officer officers Brigadier General Generals Civil War XX Corps Army Cumberland Lindner Eddy Clauss
Portrait print circa 1888 of Benjamin Harrison. Harrison (1833 - 1901) was the 23rd US President, serving one term from 1889 to 1893. He also served as a Brigadier General in the XX Corps of the Army of the Cumberland during the American Civil War. Print by Lindner Eddy & Clauss.
Napoleon Bonaparte painting portrait Emperor French of the I first military and political leader illustration 19th nineteenth century history politics Europe European great famous leaders engraving 18th eighteenth Napoleonic war wars leading figure figures greatest celebrated renowned acclaimed prominent person persons people noted famed eminent distinguished historic historical in uniform full-length full length leadership paintings portraits Emperors France soldier soldiers ruler rulers illustrations heritage politician politicians Western Europeans greats engravings warfare militaria statesman statesmen statesmanship print prints Corsica Corsican Corsicans Italy Italian Italians King Kings man men male males Empire Empires President Presidents standing up study his Republic Republics fine art artwork artworks works work general generals commander commanders government black white officer officers tactician tacticians tactics upright vertical short little Napoleone di Buonaparte era eras Battle battles Waterloo small code tyrant tyrants with to a an at by on from for into Jean Nicolas Laugier artist Jacques-Louis David
Portrait engraving circa 1835 of Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 - 1821) in his study. Bonaparte was Emperor of the French as Napoleon I and a key military and political leader whose actions shaped European politics in the early 19th century. Engraving by Jean Nicolas Laugier (1785 - 1875), based on the 1812 painting by Jacques-Louis David (1748 - 1825).
Victorian; Theatrical Character Sheet; hand coloured print; theatre; performance; actor; stage; acting; spear; flaming torch; serpent; dragon; fire; flames; Mr W H Payne; Volcano; Enchanter; armour; published by M & M Skelt;
Mr W. H. Payne as Volcano The Enchanter published by M.&M. Skelt
Buffalo Bill William Frederick Cody portrait cowboy showman illustration painting soldier bison hunter American Old West show shows famous of the cowboys and Indian Indians Native on horseback mounted riding a horse back wild showmen entertainer entertainers US USA United States America army scout scouts entertainment celebrated popular famed renowned acclaimed prominent eminent portraits illustrations paintings soldiers hunters Americans performer performers 19th 20th nineteenth twentieth century history historical figure figures people person persons showmanship flamboyant controversial character characters historic heritage natives re-enactment re-enactments performances performance poster posters great greats greatest colour color vintage print prints leading performing upright vertical an at in with by to from for into man men male males
Lithograph print circa 1880s depicting "The Scout Buffalo Bill" (William Frederick Cody) on horseback with a smoking rifle. Cody (1846 - 1917) was an American soldier, army scout, bison hunter and entertainer who is remembered for the Wild West shows he organised. Lithograph by Forbes Co, artist Paul Frenzeny.