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Regent Collection

"Unveiling the regal treasures

Background imageRegent Collection: Gold mask of Tutankhamun, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Gold mask of Tutankhamun, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRegent Collection: Defence of Chateau de Hougoumont - Battle of Waterloo

Defence of Chateau de Hougoumont - Battle of Waterloo
Defence of the Chateau de Hougoumont by the flank company, Coldstream GuardsWatercolour by Denis Dighton, 1815Associated with Napoleonic Wars

Background imageRegent Collection: Edmundo Ros Club

Edmundo Ros Club in Regent Street, London drawn by Arthur Ferrier. Couples sit at lamplit tables while people dance, the band plays and the singer croons

Background imageRegent Collection: Guy The Gorilla, Regents Park Zoo

Guy The Gorilla, Regents Park Zoo
4th November 1974: A close-up of Guy, the best remembered gorilla who lived at Regents Park Zoo. He arrived on 5 November 1947, Guy Fawkes Day, hence his name ‘Guy'

Background imageRegent Collection: Lyons Corner House

Lyons Corner House
circa 1930: Lyons Corner House on junction of Coventry Street and Rupert Street in Piccadilly, London W1. (Photo by Sasha/Keystone/Getty Images)

Background imageRegent Collection: Gasometers beside Regents Canal in London

Gasometers beside Regents Canal in London. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6625 - London Canals - unpub. (Photo by Thurston Hopkins/Getty Images)

Background imageRegent Collection: Advertisement for Libertys new shops, London

Advertisement for Libertys new shops, London
An advertisement for Libertys new shops about to open in Argyll Place, off Regent Street, London. Liberty & Co have had the exterior and interior built in 16th century style

Background imageRegent Collection: Dandies / Beau Brummel

Dandies / Beau Brummel
BEAU BRUMMELL In Londons Bond Street Brummell, after being ignored by the Prince Regent (George IV) asks Lord Moira, Whos your fat friend ?

Background imageRegent Collection: Ras Taffari Applauded

Ras Taffari Applauded
The Regent ras Taffari assumes the title of Negus, and is applauded as he stands on the steps of his palace at Addis- Ababa

Background imageRegent Collection: Regent Palace Hotel Kitchens, London

Regent Palace Hotel Kitchens, London
Regent Palace Hotel Kitchens, Piccadilly, London - The Brigade in action. The Hotel opened in 1915 and closed in 2006. Over 50 people can be seen working in the kitchen in this shot

Background imageRegent Collection: Celebrated Diamonds

Celebrated Diamonds
Celebrated diamonds including; Regent, Ko-hi-noor, Sancy, Eugenie and Le Grand duc de Toscane

Background imageRegent Collection: Sher. Holmes & Watson

Sher. Holmes & Watson
THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES Holmes & Watson catch a glimpse of the mysterious stranger in a hansom cab in Regent Street

Background imageRegent Collection: Harold steers ship across channel, a scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux

Harold steers ship across channel, a scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Background imageRegent Collection: Regents Park Plan C1830

Regents Park Plan C1830
A plan of Regents Park including Regents Canal and Marylebone Church Date: c1830

Background imageRegent Collection: Ahmose-Nefertari. Queen of Egypt. Statue

Ahmose-Nefertari. Queen of Egypt. Statue
Ahmose-Nefertari, Queen of Egypt. Standing figure. Wood. Posthumous. New Kingdom. 19th Dynasty. 1200 BC. Thebes, Egypt. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageRegent Collection: Attack on the British Squares by French Cavalry, Waterloo

Attack on the British Squares by French Cavalry, Waterloo
Attack on the British Squares by French Cavalry, Battle of Waterloo, 1815.Watercolour by Denis Dighton, 1815. Associated with the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleonic Wars

Background imageRegent Collection: Hungaria Restaurant, Regent Street, London

Hungaria Restaurant, Regent Street, London
Exterior of the Hungaria Restaurant, Regent Street, London, 1947. A prominent sign next door advertises the Womans Fair and Exhibition. Date: 1947

Background imageRegent Collection: Raoul Shoe Company 1912

Raoul Shoe Company 1912
Chic Parisian footwear offered for sale in Regent St featuring a brogue shoe, fancy top boot, seaside shoe, French shoes and court shoe

Background imageRegent Collection: Isobel - fashion house on Regent Street, London

Isobel - fashion house on Regent Street, London
Advertisement for fashion house, Isobel, on Londons Regent Street, renowned for its restrained shop window displays in elegant grey

Background imageRegent Collection: Regent Bowerbird-Male On a bird table. O'reilly's, Lammington, Queensland, Australia

Regent Bowerbird-Male On a bird table. O'reilly's, Lammington, Queensland, Australia
ROY-342 Regent Bowerbird-Male - On a bird table. O'reilly's, Lammington, Queensland, Australia Sericulus chrysocephalus Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageRegent Collection: Balloon and parachute lecture, Charles Green

Balloon and parachute lecture, Charles Green

Background imageRegent Collection: G Kempinski restaurant, Veeraswamy restaurant

G Kempinski restaurant, Veeraswamy restaurant
The G Kempinski tavern and restaurant, and Veeraswamys India Restaurant off Regent Street, London. Date: 1947

Background imageRegent Collection: Tatler front-cover: H. R. H. Princess Paul of Yugoslavia

Tatler front-cover: H. R. H. Princess Paul of Yugoslavia
A beautiful portrait study of the Consort of the Regent of Yugoslavia. H.R.H. the former Princess Olga, was a sister of H.R.H

Background imageRegent Collection: Oxford Circus, London, c. 1880

Oxford Circus, London, c. 1880
Photograph showing part of Oxford Circus (also known as Regent Circus), London, c.1880. The horse-drawn carriages travelling along Oxford Street appear blurred

Background imageRegent Collection: Patrons of the Cafe Royal

Patrons of the Cafe Royal
Sketches by H. H. Harris of various well-known artists, writers and celebrities of the 1930s who were regular patrons of the Cafe Royal in Regent Street, London

Background imageRegent Collection: Brunhilde / Frankish Queen

Brunhilde / Frankish Queen
Brunehaut, warrior-queen of Austrasia in Germany, mounted - astride, not side-saddle - on horseback and accompanied by a fierce dog

Background imageRegent Collection: The Education of the Princess. (The Marie de Medici Cycle). Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)

The Education of the Princess. (The Marie de Medici Cycle). Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
The Education of the Princess. (The Marie de Medici Cycle). Found in the collection of Louvre, Paris

Background imageRegent Collection: Soho, London - Regent Street W1

Soho, London - Regent Street W1 - looking towards Air Street. 1973

Background imageRegent Collection: Quintin Hogg, English merchant and philanthropist

Quintin Hogg, English merchant and philanthropist
Quintin Hogg (1845-1903), English merchant and philanthropist. Statue erected by the Royal Polytechnic Institution to the memory of their founder, Regent Street, London

Background imageRegent Collection: Upper part of Regent Street, London

Upper part of Regent Street, London, looking towards Langham Place and All Souls Church. Date: circa 1910

Background imageRegent Collection: View of Regent Street, London, with heavy traffic

View of Regent Street, London, with heavy traffic outside Liberty & Co. Date: circa late 1940s

Background imageRegent Collection: Barnums Elephant

Barnums Elephant
circa 1890: Jumbo, the famous elephant which belonged to US showman Phineas Taylor Barnum, at London Zoo in Regents Park. (Photo by London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images)

Background imageRegent Collection: HORATIO HERBERT KITCHENER (1850-1916). First Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome

HORATIO HERBERT KITCHENER (1850-1916). First Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome. British soldier

Background imageRegent Collection: George IV 1762 - 1830, King of Great Britain 1820 - 1830. Portrait as prince Regent

George IV 1762 - 1830, King of Great Britain 1820 - 1830. Portrait as prince Regent by Thomas Lawrence 1822

Background imageRegent Collection: Silhouette portrait of King George IV

Silhouette portrait of King George IV
Signed silhouette portrait of King George IV (1762 - 1830), by Adolph with hair and jewels pencilled in gold. Date: c.1820

Background imageRegent Collection: Programme for the Brighton Festival

Programme for the Brighton Festival
Programme cover for the Brighton Festival, probably in 1951, Festival of Britain year, showing a giant and fairly slim Prince Regent looking approvingly at the Brighton Pavilion

Background imageRegent Collection: Blanche De Castille

Blanche De Castille
When her son becomes king, Blanche de Castille, who has been acting as regent during his minority, releases prisoners from the countrys prisons

Background imageRegent Collection: Pianola

Pianola
Advertisement for the Pianola, the automatic piano-player from the Orchestrelle Company of Regent Street

Background imageRegent Collection: Dancing at Coconut Grove

Dancing at Coconut Grove
Elegant couples dine and dance to the calypso beat of Edmundo Ros and his band at the New Coconut Grove, Regent Street, London

Background imageRegent Collection: Leigh Hunt / 1815 Drawing

Leigh Hunt / 1815 Drawing
JAMES HENRY LEIGH HUNT - English poet and essayist and critic of Prince Regent

Background imageRegent Collection: Traffic at Oxford (Regent) Circus, Central London

Traffic at Oxford (Regent) Circus, Central London
Cabs, carriages, buses and pedestrians at Oxford (then Regent) Circus, at the junction of Oxford Street and Regent Street, Central London, during the season

Background imageRegent Collection: Merry making on the regents birth day, 1812, Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878, etcher

Merry making on the regents birth day, 1812, Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878, etcher, 1812, George, the Prince Regent, dancing

Background imageRegent Collection: Anna Ioannovna, from Hutchinson's History of the Nations, pub.1915

Anna Ioannovna, from Hutchinson's History of the Nations, pub.1915
3533931 Anna Ioannovna, from Hutchinson's History of the Nations, pub.1915; (add.info.: Anna Ioannovna, 1693 - 1740, also spelled Anna Ivanovna)

Background imageRegent Collection: The Presentation of the Captain General's Baton to Antonio Moncada by the Queen Regent....1410

The Presentation of the Captain General's Baton to Antonio Moncada by the Queen Regent....1410
The Presentation of the Captain General's Baton to Antonio Moncada by the Queen Regent Blanca of Sicily in 1410, 1664

Background imageRegent Collection: Regent Street London Space

Regent Street London Space
Al Barizi

Background imageRegent Collection: Sick of the property tax or ministerial influnza': Prince Regent (later George IV)

Sick of the property tax or ministerial influnza': Prince Regent (later George IV)
527969 Sick of the property tax or ministerial influnza': Prince Regent (later George IV) gouty and on crutches labelled More Money, and Increase in Income

Background imageRegent Collection: Margarita of Parma or Margarita of Austria (1522-1586) Duchess of Parma and Piacenza

Margarita of Parma or Margarita of Austria (1522-1586) Duchess of Parma and Piacenza
NWI4945074 Margarita of Parma or Margarita of Austria (1522-1586) Duchess of Parma and Piacenza, natural daughter of Charles V (1500-1558) and governess of the Netherlands (Netherlands)

Background imageRegent Collection: The Grand Portico, Carlton House, London, England. Residence of the Prince Regent, later George IV

The Grand Portico, Carlton House, London, England. Residence of the Prince Regent, later George IV
2638506 The Grand Portico, Carlton House, London, England. Residence of the Prince Regent, later George IV. The pillars now form the portico of The National Gallery



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"Unveiling the regal treasures: A journey through history and culture" Embark on a captivating adventure as we explore the concept of "regent" across various iconic locations around the world. From the mesmerizing Gold mask of Tutankhamun at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt, to witnessing the heroic Defence of Chateau de Hougoumont during the Battle of Waterloo, each destination offers a unique perspective on this influential term. Immerse yourself in vibrant rhythms at Edmundo Ros Club or encounter Guy The Gorilla's majestic presence. Delight in an advertisement for Liberty's new shops in London, where elegance meets innovation. Step back in time with Lyons Corner House and marvel at gasometers beside Regents Canal, showcasing industrial beauty. Witness Ras Taffari being applauded for his remarkable achievements while dandies like Beau Brummel redefine fashion norms. Peek into Regent Palace Hotel Kitchens' bustling culinary world and discover celebrated diamonds that have adorned royalty throughout centuries. Lastly, delve into history with Regents Park Plan C1830 – envisioning its transformation from blueprint to reality. Join us as we unravel these diverse facets of "regent, " weaving together tales from North Africa to Europe, reminding us of humanity's rich tapestry across continents and eras.