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Images Dated 28th March 2014

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Rokeby Venus, also called The Toilet of Venus, Venus and Cupid, Venus at her Mirror, c1647-1651 Featured 28 Mar 2014 Print

Rokeby Venus, also called The Toilet of Venus, Venus and Cupid, Venus at her Mirror, c1647-1651

Rokeby Venus, also called The Toilet of Venus, Venus and Cupid, Venus at her Mirror, c1647-1651. Oil on canvas. Diego Velasquez (1599-1660) Spanish painter. Damaged by British suffragette Mary Richardson in 1914. Mythology Nude Deity'

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1599 1660, 1914, Ancient, Art, British, C1647 1651, Cupid, Damaged, Deity, Diego, God, Mary, Mirror, Mythology, Nude, Oil, Painter, Richardson, Rokeby, Roman, Spanish, Suffragette, Toilet, Velasquez, Venus

General Pierre Cambronne (1770-1842) French soldier. At the Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 Featured 28 Mar 2014 Print

General Pierre Cambronne (1770-1842) French soldier. At the Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815

General Pierre Cambronne (1770-1842) French soldier. At the Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815, he was in command of the remains of the Old Guard. Seriously wounded, he was taken prisoner by the British after the battle. Trade card c 1900. Chromolithograph

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1770 1842, 18, 1815, 1900, Battle, British, Cambronne, Card, Chromolithograph, Command, French, General, Guard, June, Napoleonic, Old, Pierre, Prisoner, Remains, Soldier, Trade, Wars, Waterloo, Wounded

Preparation of copper and silver to be alloyed for production of coins. Copper melted Featured 28 Mar 2014 Print

Preparation of copper and silver to be alloyed for production of coins. Copper melted

Preparation of copper and silver to be alloyed for production of coins. Copper melted (1) while apprentice (9) soaks birch twigs in water. When copper poured on twigs it forms grains. It is then ready to be alloyed with silver being heated at (7). From 1683 English edition of Lazarus Ercker Beschreibung allerfurnemisten mineralischen Ertzt of 1580. Copperplate engraving

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