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Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Richmond - Charles Darwin J980057

Richmond - Charles Darwin J980057
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Darwin Heirlooms Trust. " Charles Darwin " 1840. Chalk and water-colour drawing by George Richmond (1809-96)

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Darwins Beagle Voyage Map South America

Darwins Beagle Voyage Map South America
Map of South America with Voyage of the Beagle coloured in red. Appendix from " The Voyage of HMS Beagle" (Cover Title) by Charles Darwin, New Edition 1890 John Murray publishers

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Hms Beagle / Darwins Ship

Hms Beagle / Darwins Ship
HMS Beagle Charles Darwins research ship

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Map of the world with annotations by Darwin J970111

Map of the world with annotations by Darwin J970111
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. A map of the World with annotations by Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Galapagos Admiralty map by Fitzroy Beagle

Galapagos Admiralty map by Fitzroy Beagle
Admiralty map of Galapagos 1845 resulting from Captain Robert Fitzroys Beagle charts, overlain with a portion of a letter written by Fitzroy. Robert Fitzroy (b. 5 July 1805- d)

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin K980123

Charles Darwin K980123
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Portrait of Charles Darwin c 1880

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin and his son N990002

Charles Darwin and his son N990002
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Daguerreotype photograph of Charles Darwin and his eldest son, William Erasmus Darwin - 1842

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Chart of the Beagles voyage. Charles Darwin travel map

Chart of the Beagles voyage. Charles Darwin travel map - Scanned 1880 Engraving

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Sharples - Charles Darwin (aged six) and Catherine K971925

Sharples - Charles Darwin (aged six) and Catherine K971925
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Darwin Heirlooms Trust. " Charles Darwin (aged six) and Catherine " by Sharples. Charles Darwin and his sister. c 1816

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Map Darwins Beagle Voyage South America

Map Darwins Beagle Voyage South America
Map of the World with Voyage of the Beagle coloured in red. Appendix from " The Voyage of HMS Beagle" by Charles Darwin (Cover Title) New Edition 1890 John Murray Publishers

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin K970214

Charles Darwin K970214
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Portrait of Charles Darwin c1880

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Barnacles K970315

Barnacles K970315
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Plate I " Balanus Tintinnabulum" showing barnacles from " A Monograph on the Sub Class Cirripedia" by Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Reilly - Charles Darwin J970164

Reilly - Charles Darwin J970164
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Portrait " Charles Darwin " by Reilly

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: 1838 Darwins Christ College Cambridge

1838 Darwins Christ College Cambridge
Copper engraving by Le Keux after painting by I.A. Bell with hand colouring entitled " Christs College 1838". Charles Darwin was a theology student of this Cambridge college from 1828-1831

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: On the Origin of Species K970323

On the Origin of Species K970323
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Title page of " On the Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: HMS Beagle

HMS Beagle in straits of Magellan. Mt. Sarmiento in the distance

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: 1874 Charles Darwin picture by Leonard

1874 Charles Darwin picture by Leonard
Photograph of Charles Darwin taken by his son Leonard around 1874 when Darwin was in his mid sixties. It appeared in " Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Invitation K970521

Invitation K970521
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Invitation to Westminster Abbey on April 26th 1882. Charles Darwin died on 19th April 1882. He was buried next to the renowned scientist Sir John Herschel

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwins notebook N020023

Charles Darwins notebook N020023
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Two pages of text from one of Charles Darwins note books from the " Beagle" voyage

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin on horseback K970217

Charles Darwin on horseback K970217
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Photograph of Charles Darwin on horseback

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin K970247

Charles Darwin K970247
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. A sepia toned portrait of Charles Darwin, c1859

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Darwins study, Down House J980003

Darwins study, Down House J980003
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Interior view of the Old Study

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Richmond - Emma Darwin J980021

Richmond - Emma Darwin J980021
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Darwin Heirlooms Trust. " Emma Darwin " 1840. Chalk and water-colour drawing by George Richmond (1809-96)

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Darwins Compass J970126

Darwins Compass J970126
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Compass in box used by Charles Darwin on the Beagle

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: H. M.s Beagle

H. M.s Beagle
Frontispiece from A Naturalists Voyage Round the World (1912) by Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin in his evolutionary tree

Charles Darwin in his evolutionary tree. Caricature of the British naturalist Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882) sitting in his evolutionary tree

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin, British naturalist

Charles Darwin, British naturalist
Charles Darwin (1809-1882), British naturalist. Darwin had briefly studied medicine and then trained in the clergy, but his interest was in natural history

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: 1859 First Edition Origin of Species

1859 First Edition Origin of Species
Copy of the first edition " On the Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin (1859) together with a Cabinet photograph of Darwin and some other Darwin related books

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Portrait of Charles Darwin, British naturalist

Portrait of Charles Darwin, British naturalist
Charles Darwin. Engraving of Charles RobertDarwin (1809-1882), British naturalist, in oldage. Darwin studied medicine and theology but hisinterest was in natural history

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin
CHARLES DARWIN satire : Man is but a worm

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Awful Changes

Awful Changes
A cartoon, published in 1830, 28 years before Darwins Origin Of Species, lampooning theories of evolution. Entitled Awful Changes, it depicts an Ichthyosaurus giving a lecture on a human skull

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Evstafieff - Charles Darwin, Charles Lyell & Joseph Hooker DP135279

Evstafieff - Charles Darwin, Charles Lyell & Joseph Hooker DP135279
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Charles Darwin, in his study, with Charles Lyell and Joseph Dalton Hooker, by Victor Evstafieff ( Eustaphieff, Evstafiev ). Inventory number 88202271. DP135279

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin, British naturalist

Charles Darwin, British naturalist
Charles Darwin (1809-1882), British naturalist. Animals are shown bursting through the side of Darwins head. This could represent Darwins theories of evolution and natural selection

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: 1832 Darwins ship HMS Beagle plan

1832 Darwins ship HMS Beagle plan
" H.M.S. Beagle Middle Section Fore and Aft 1832" from " The Voyage of HMS Beagle" (cover title) by Charles Darwin Illustrated edition of 1990

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: DARWIN: HMS BEAGLE. Voyage of the HMS Beagle, which Charles Darwin sailed as ships naturalist

DARWIN: HMS BEAGLE. Voyage of the HMS Beagle, which Charles Darwin sailed as ships naturalist from 1831 to 1836

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Darwin K980352

Charles Darwin K980352
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Photograph of Charles Darwin by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-79)

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Xanthopan morganii praedicta, sphinx moth

Xanthopan morganii praedicta, sphinx moth
Darwins sphinx moth, found in Madagascar. The species as a whole is known as Morgans sphinx

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Reconstruction of Darwins cabin on HMS Beagle N090135

Reconstruction of Darwins cabin on HMS Beagle N090135
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Interior view. A reconstruction of Darwins cabin on HMS Beagle with a " Peppers Ghost" hologram of Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Laurence - Charles Darwin J970202

Laurence - Charles Darwin J970202
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Portrait of Charles Darwin. Pastel drawing by Samuel Laurence

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: David Hume, Scottish philosopher

David Hume, Scottish philosopher
David Hume (1711-1776). Historical artwork of the Scottish enlightenment philosopher, historian and economist David Hume. Hume opposed the rationalists such as Descartes in believing that human

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: 1874 Monkey Darwin cartoon by Faustin

1874 Monkey Darwin cartoon by Faustin
" Prof. Darwin" coloured lithograph by Faustin Betbeder, with original Shakespeare quotes in text below. Front page of the " Figaro" paper N

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Lithograph of Charles Darwin K970239

Lithograph of Charles Darwin K970239
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Lithograph of Charles Darwin 1849 by Thomas Herbert MAGUIRE (1821-1895)

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Postcard from Charles Darwin to A R Wallace K970337

Postcard from Charles Darwin to A R Wallace K970337
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Postcard from Charles Darwin to Alfred Russel Wallace (who put foward a theory of transmutation very similar to Darwins own)

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Postcard from Charles Darwin to A R Wallace K960212

Postcard from Charles Darwin to A R Wallace K960212
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Postcard from Charles Darwin to Alfred Russel Wallace (who put foward a theory of transmutation very similar to Darwins own)

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Sylvicola Aureola K030081

Sylvicola Aureola K030081
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Coloured engraving of two finches " Sylvicola Aureola" from " The Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Beagle, Part III Birds". Plate XXVIII. Edited by Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Rhea Darwinii J970109

Rhea Darwinii J970109
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Coloured engraving of an ostrich " Rhea Darwinii" from " The Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Beagle, Part III Birds". Plate XLVII. Edited by Charles Darwin

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Josiah Wedgwood J980079

Josiah Wedgwood J980079
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Darwin Heirlooms Trust. " Josiah Wedgwood" (1730-1795) attributed to Sir Joshua REYNOLDS (1723-92). Josiah Wedgwood was Charles Darwins maternal grandfather

Background imageCharles Darwin Collection: Charles Lyell K970229

Charles Lyell K970229
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Lithograph of the geologist Charles Lyell by MAYALL J. E. Charles Darwin learnt a great deal from Lyells book The Principles of Geology and they were to become close friends



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