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Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Hastings, 19th century (1910). Artist: JMW Turner

Hastings, 19th century (1910). Artist: JMW Turner
Hastings, 19th century (1910). From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Durbar Room, Osborne House K020096

Durbar Room, Osborne House K020096
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view of the Durbar Room looking towards the minstrels gallery. Some items shown maybe on loan from the Royal Collection

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Common Chiffchaff perched in orange flower Portugal, Phylloscopus collybita

Common Chiffchaff perched in orange flower Portugal, Phylloscopus collybita

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Thetford Priory K021388

Thetford Priory K021388
THETFORD PRIORY, Norfolk. Detail of the Lodgings South doorway

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Stonehenge K021133

Stonehenge K021133
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. A view from the North West with the stones silhouetted by the rising sun

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Stonehenge k021124

Stonehenge k021124
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. View from the North West at sunrise

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Chesil Beach K020279

Chesil Beach K020279
CHESIL BEACH, Dorset. View of the beach and sea at sunset

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Woody Bay, Devon K020604

Woody Bay, Devon K020604
WOODY BAY, Exmoor, Devon. West of Lynton. Rocky coast sea view with a piece of drift wood in the foreground and Crock Point & Duty Point in the distance

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Eltham Palace K020339

Eltham Palace K020339
ELTHAM PALACE, London. Interior detail from the corridor near the entrance hall of part of the staircase seen though the porthole

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Osborne House K020942

Osborne House K020942
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Exterior view from the North East looking along drive towards the house with fountain in the foreground

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Stonehenge K021106

Stonehenge K021106
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. Misty view from the North East

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Cedar Waxwing - eating crab apples. Connecticut in January

Cedar Waxwing - eating crab apples. Connecticut in January
JZ-2896 Cedar Waxwing - eating crab apples. Connecticut in January. Bombycilla cedrorum Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Womens cricket. England v. New Zealand. June 1973

Womens cricket. England v. New Zealand. June 1973

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: English League Division Two match. Queens Park Rangers 0 v Chelsea 2

English League Division Two match. Queens Park Rangers 0 v Chelsea 2. Action from the match at Loftus Road. 26th December 1981

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Bullring

Bullring
The bullring of Almeria was inaugurated on 26 of August 1888. Stone, brick and iron were the materials used in it construction

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Italy, Venice. Gondola moored in canal. Credit as: Jim Nilsen / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Italy, Venice. Gondola moored in canal. Credit as: Jim Nilsen / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: English League Division Two match. Queens Park Rangers 0 v Chelsea 2

English League Division Two match. Queens Park Rangers 0 v Chelsea 2. Action from the match at Loftus Road. 26th December 1981

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Osborne House sculpture K022271

Osborne House sculpture K022271
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Detail of face on the large sphinx vase on the upper terrace

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Wrest Park K020820

Wrest Park K020820
WREST PARK HOUSE AND GARDENS, Silsoe, Bedfordshire. The reconstructed Chinese Temple built in the 1750 s

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Marie Hemingway (1883-1939), English actress, 1916. Artist: Elliott & Fry

Marie Hemingway (1883-1939), English actress, 1916. Artist: Elliott & Fry
Marie Hemingway (1883-1939), English actress, 1916

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Low Enrgy Light Bulbs - variety of different sized low energy compact fluoresecent CF lamps UK

Low Enrgy Light Bulbs - variety of different sized low energy compact fluoresecent CF lamps UK
MAB-940 Low Enrgy Light Bulbs - variety of different sized low energy compact fluoresecent CF lamps UK Mark Boulton

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

First winter Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Stonehenge K021132

Stonehenge K021132
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. Silhouette of the stones from the North West at sunrise

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Stonehenge K021123

Stonehenge K021123
STONEHENGE, Wiltshire. View from the North West at sunrise

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Diana leaving her bath, 18th century (1905). Artist: Francois Boucher

Diana leaving her bath, 18th century (1905). Artist: Francois Boucher
Diana leaving her bath, 18th century (1905). From The Connoisseur magazine (April 1905)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: The Solen Kiss, late 18th century (1905). Artist: Jean-Honore Fragonard

The Solen Kiss, late 18th century (1905). Artist: Jean-Honore Fragonard
The Solen Kiss, late 18th century (1905). From The Connoisseur magazine (April 1905)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Horace Beckford, 18th century (1905). Artist: John Conde

Horace Beckford, 18th century (1905). Artist: John Conde
Horace Beckford, 18th century (1905). From The Connoisseur magazine (April 1905)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Miss Lewis, 1754 (1905). Artist: James McArdell

Miss Lewis, 1754 (1905). Artist: James McArdell
Miss Lewis, 1754 (1905). From The Connoisseur magazine (April 1905)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: David Garrick (1717-1779), English actor, playwright, theatre manager and producer, 1905

David Garrick (1717-1779), English actor, playwright, theatre manager and producer, 1905. Garrick is seen here leaning on a bust of William Shakespeare. From The Connoisseur magazine (April 1905)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: The foyer at the Savoy Restaurant, London, 1905. Artist: Max Cowper

The foyer at the Savoy Restaurant, London, 1905. Artist: Max Cowper
The foyer at the Savoy Restaurant, London, 1905. From The Connoisseur magazine (April 1905)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Do you want any matches?, 1794 (1910). Artist: Antoine Cardon

Do you want any matches?, 1794 (1910). Artist: Antoine Cardon
Do you want any matches?, 1794 (1910). From the Cries of London series. From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Madame Mole-Reymond, 1786 (1910). Artist: Elisabeth Louise Vigee-LeBrun

Madame Mole-Reymond, 1786 (1910). Artist: Elisabeth Louise Vigee-LeBrun
Madame Mole-Reymond, 1786 (1910). Found in the collection of the Louvre, Paris, France. From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Madame de Beaujolais, 18th century (1910). Artist: Jean-Marc Nattier

Madame de Beaujolais, 18th century (1910). Artist: Jean-Marc Nattier
Madame de Beaujolais, 18th century (1910). From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: William Wynne Ryland (1732-1783), English engraver, 1910

William Wynne Ryland (1732-1783), English engraver, 1910. From a contemporary print. From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: William Wynne Ryland (1732-1783), English engraver, 1910

William Wynne Ryland (1732-1783), English engraver, 1910. From a sepia sketch. From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Zeppelin and accident insurance advertisement, 1910

Zeppelin and accident insurance advertisement, 1910. Front and back. From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Captain William Bentinck (1764-1813), naval commander, 1787-1788 (1910). Artist: George Romney

Captain William Bentinck (1764-1813), naval commander, 1787-1788 (1910). Artist: George Romney
Captain William Bentinck (1764-1813), naval commander, 1787-1788 (1910). Found in the collection of the National Maritime Museum, London. From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Sophie Dawes, Baronne de Feucheres (c1795-1840), 1910

Sophie Dawes, Baronne de Feucheres (c1795-1840), 1910. Dawes was an English-born adventuress, best known as a mistress of Louis Henry II, Prince of Conde. From The Connoisseur magazine (June 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: The Three Maries at the Tomb, 18th century (1910). Artist: William Hogarth

The Three Maries at the Tomb, 18th century (1910). Artist: William Hogarth
The Three Maries at the Tomb, 1910. One of the panels in the tryptiych painted as an alter piece for the church of St Mary, Redcliffe, Bristol. From The Connoisseur magazine (June 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: An Isphahan carpet from the 16th century, 1910

An Isphahan carpet from the 16th century, 1910. From The Connoisseur magazine (June 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Charlotte, Lady Milnes 18th century (1910). Artist: George Romney

Charlotte, Lady Milnes 18th century (1910). Artist: George Romney
Charlotte, Lady Milnes 18th century (1910). From The Connoisseur magazine (June 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Liverpools swords and wooden staves, 1910

Liverpools swords and wooden staves, 1910. From left to right: Liverpools sword of state with hilt and quillons of silver, 1763; two wooden staves with silver-guilt mounts

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: King Johns charter, 1207 (1910)

King Johns charter, 1207 (1910). King Johns charter invited immigrants to move and settle in Liverpool and was seen by many as the foundation for Liverpool?s growth

Background imageImages Dated 3rd January 2008: Margaret Peg Woffington (1720-1760), Irish actress, 18th century (1905). Artist: Jackson

Margaret Peg Woffington (1720-1760), Irish actress, 18th century (1905). Artist: Jackson
Margaret Peg Woffington (1720-1760), Irish actress, 18th century (1905). Found in the Cheylesmore Collection. From The Connoisseur magazine (February 1905)



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