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Michel Van Overbeek Water-mill, Kingston, Surrey
Michel Van Overbeek, active 1650–1680
Water-mill, Kingston, Surrey
undated
David Lucas Castle Acre Priory
Print made by David Lucas, 1802–1881
Castle Acre Priory
1830 to 1831
David Lucas A Dell, Helmingham Park, Suffolk
Print made by David Lucas, 1802–1881
A Dell, Helmingham Park, Suffolk
1830
David Lucas View on the Orwell
Print made by David Lucas, 1802–1881
View on the Orwell
1830
David Lucas Stoke by Neyland, Suffolk
Print made by David Lucas, 1802–1881
Stoke by Neyland, Suffolk
1829
James Wyatt Cobham Hall, Kent: Sketch of Stables
James Wyatt, 1746–1813
Cobham Hall, Kent: Sketch of Stables
ca. 1790
George Fennell Robson The Murder of Banquo
George Fennell Robson, 1788–1833
The Murder of Banquo
ca. 1830
Willem Janszoon Blaeu Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae Tabula
Print made by Willem Janszoon Blaeu, 1571–1638
Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae Tabula
1634
Edward Dayes The Meeting of the Rivers Severn and Wye, near Chepstow
Edward Dayes, 1763–1804
The Meeting of the Rivers Severn and Wye, near Chepstow
1795
Henry Thomas Alken "The National Sports of Great Britain," 1821: Owling
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851
"The National Sports of Great Britain," 1821: Owling
1821
Gainsborough, Thomas, 1727-1788. Thomas Gainsborough letter to Elizabeth Rasse.
Gainsborough, Thomas, 1727–1788
Thomas Gainsborough letter to Elizabeth Rasse
[1753]
Stubbs, George, 1724-1806. Proposals for publishing, a comparative anatomical exposition of the structure of the human body, with that of a tyger and a common fowl : in thirty tables, two copper-plates to each table, 20 inches by 15 : forming six numbers, ten plates to each number /
Stubbs, George, 1724–1806
Proposals for publishing, a comparative anatomical exposition of the structure of the human body, with that of a tyger and a common fowl : in thirty tables, two copper-plates to each table, 20 inches by 15 : forming six numbers, ten plates to each number
[1802]
Turner, J. M. W. (Joseph Mallord William), 1775-1851. Picturesque views in England and Wales /
Turner, J. M. W. (Joseph Mallord William), 1775–1851
Picturesque views in England and Wales
1838
 In affectionate remembrance of Elizabeth Heap, of Bent Clough Farm, Colne :
In affectionate remembrance of Elizabeth Heap, of Bent Clough Farm, Colne
1914
 Wallis's elegant and instructive game exhibiting the wonders of art, in each quarter of the world.
Wallis's elegant and instructive game exhibiting the wonders of art, in each quarter of the world
[ca. 1820]
 Valentine card.
Valentine card
mid-19th century
 [Folded sheet of stationery with engraved satirical vignette at top].
[Folded sheet of stationery with engraved satirical vignette at top]
Octr 11, [18]51
 What gives us comfort in this world of woe? ...
What gives us comfort in this world of woe? ..
mid-19th century
St. John Ambulance Association.  The triangular bandage /
St. John Ambulance Association
The triangular bandage
[circa 1915?]
 The Chinese sensitive plant, or, The living leaf :
The Chinese sensitive plant, or, The living leaf
[approximately 1850]
 Love has triumphed.
Love has triumphed
mid-19th century
Wenger, Albert Francis, 1837 or 1838-1924. Photograph album of pottery manufactured by Albert Wenger.
Wenger, Albert Francis, 1837 or 1838–1924
Photograph album of pottery manufactured by Albert Wenger
1888
John Thridgould & Co., creator. Rock me to sleep Teddy.
John Thridgould & Co.
Rock me to sleep Teddy
[approximately 1905]
Parmenter, S., active 1821. An elegy :
Parmenter, S., active 1821
An elegy
[1821?]
 The Chinese sensitive leaf.
The Chinese sensitive leaf
[approximately 184-?]
Lever Brothers Ltd., author. Lifebuoy royal disinfectant soap.
Lever Brothers Ltd.
Lifebuoy royal disinfectant soap
[approximately 1894?]
 A faithful tribute of affection! To my love.
A faithful tribute of affection! To my love
mid-19th century
 Dearest name thee happy time that I in truth may all you mine.
Dearest name thee happy time that I in truth may all you mine
mid-19th century
 The majestic game of the Asiatic ostrich.
The majestic game of the Asiatic ostrich
[approximately 1825]
 Album of seaweed specimens, in scallop shell binding.
Album of seaweed specimens, in scallop shell binding
mid-19th century
Constable & Company (Firm : London, England), creator. Constable & Compy :
Constable & Company (Firm : London, England)
Constable & Compy
[approximately 1850]
 In Disgraceful Memory of the Russian Navy, in their terrible encounter with nine unarmed fishing smacks.
In Disgraceful Memory of the Russian Navy, in their terrible encounter with nine unarmed fishing smacks
[1904]
Brown, Hannah (Bookbinder) Butterflies :
Brown, Hannah (Bookbinder)
Butterflies
made in 2011
 Apolla Quadrille Party
Apolla Quadrille Party
[approximately 1860?]
Lynch, Richard, -1781. Will of Patrick Lynch.
Lynch, Richard, -1781
Will of Patrick Lynch
1781
 Souvenir greeting card.
Souvenir greeting card
[approximately 1890]
Basebé, Charles Jones, approximately 1818-1880, lithographer.  The cabinet :
Basebé, Charles Jones, approximately 1818–1880
The cabinet
[1841?]
 In affectionate remembrance of Moses :
In affectionate remembrance of Moses
1875
 The Chinese sensitive leaf :
The Chinese sensitive leaf
[approximately 1820?]
 In loving memory of Mary Ann, widow of the late Thomas Bowes, Snilesworth :
In loving memory of Mary Ann, widow of the late Thomas Bowes, Snilesworth
1944
Jones and Co. (London, England) Now publishing in numbers, price 1s. and in monthly parts, at 2s. each, Commemoration of Hogarth by an edition of his works, commenced exactly a century after their first appearance.
Jones and Co. (London, England)
Now publishing in numbers, price 1s. and in monthly parts, at 2s. each, Commemoration of Hogarth by an edition of his works, commenced exactly a century after their first appearance
[1833?]
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, creator. [Bookmark from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents].
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
[Bookmark from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents]
[approximately 1970?]
 In loving memory of Frederick Charles :
In loving memory of Frederick Charles
1911
M. &. H. Corps, creator. Billhead recording purchase by Mrs. Harman from M. & H. Corps.
M. &. H. Corps
Billhead recording purchase by Mrs. Harman from M. & H. Corps
[1848]
 The gift receive the deed approved ...
The gift receive the deed approved ..
mid-19th century
 Album of cartes-de-visite depicting royalty of Britain and Europe and other contemporary notables.
Album of cartes-de-visite depicting royalty of Britain and Europe and other contemporary notables
1860-1862
 In loving memory of George Bye :
In loving memory of George Bye
1895
J. R. Jaffray & Son (Firm : New York), creator. The prize embroidery from the World Fair, 1851 will be exhibited from 1st, February to 1st, May 1852 : Messrs. J. R. Jaffray & Sons, 73, Broadway, New York.
J. R. Jaffray & Son (Firm : New York)
The prize embroidery from the World Fair, 1851 will be exhibited from 1st, February to 1st, May 1852 : Messrs. J. R. Jaffray & Sons, 73, Broadway, New York
1851
 A lady's ticket for the anniversary sermon of the Small Pox Hospital :
A lady's ticket for the anniversary sermon of the Small Pox Hospital
[1752]
 I am thine love.
I am thine love
mid-19th century
Perkins, John (Gardener), author. Floral designs for the table :
Perkins, John (Gardener)
Floral designs for the table
1877
 A heart that boasts a tender flame, sincere and constant too :
A heart that boasts a tender flame, sincere and constant too
mid-19th century
Davis, Joseph, active 1818-1857. Medal commemorating the abolition of the apprenticeship system in the British West Indies.
Davis, Joseph, active 1818–1857
Medal commemorating the abolition of the apprenticeship system in the British West Indies
1838
Clarke, J., active 1820, creator. J. Clarke :
Clarke, J., active 1820
J. Clarke
[approximately 1820?]
 Office Anthem.
Office Anthem
[approximately 193-?]
St. John Ambulance Association. Triangular bandage, printed with illustrations of bandage use.
St. John Ambulance Association
Triangular bandage, printed with illustrations of bandage use
approximately 1920
 I would these flowers had lips to tell that I do love thee true and well.
I would these flowers had lips to tell that I do love thee true and well
mid-19th century
 We must be united!
We must be united!
mid-19th century
Angelo, Henry, 1780-1852. Angelo's infantry sword exercise :
Angelo, Henry, 1780–1852
Angelo's infantry sword exercise
Octr. 1, 1816
 T'is happiness we have in view, and mine is in possessing you.
T'is happiness we have in view, and mine is in possessing you
mid-19th century
 Specimens of articles in common use.
Specimens of articles in common use
between 1840 and 1860?
 In affectionate remembrance of John Farres, who died November 5th, 1885 :
In affectionate remembrance of John Farres, who died November 5th, 1885
1885
Perring, John. Advertisement for hats and caps sold by John Perring, 85 Strand, London.
Perring, John
Advertisement for hats and caps sold by John Perring, 85 Strand, London
between 1834-1845
 Music is the voice of love. My love for thee is pure and ardent.
Music is the voice of love. My love for thee is pure and ardent
mid-19th century
 My heart is where thou art!
My heart is where thou art!
mid-19th century
 [Silver metallic cut paper album card].
[Silver metallic cut paper album card]
[approximately 1880]
Harrow School, creator. Harrow School :
Harrow School
Harrow School
1931
 Archbald, the property of Mr. George Wilson, of Walkington, will serve mares this season, 1839, at one guinea and a-half each.
Archbald, the property of Mr. George Wilson, of Walkington, will serve mares this season, 1839, at one guinea and a-half each
[1839]
 Why, what, and because, or, The road to the temple of knowledge / T.H. Jones, del. et litho.
Why, what, and because, or, The road to the temple of knowledge / T.H. Jones, del. et litho
[approximately 1855]
 Till the boys come home :
Till the boys come home
1914 or 1915
Cockburn, Julie, artist. Butterflies.
Cockburn, Julie
Butterflies
2004
 When the hearts feeling burns with concealing, oh, what an anguish silent to languish.
When the hearts feeling burns with concealing, oh, what an anguish silent to languish
mid-19th century
 Royal Navy & Military Tournament :
Royal Navy & Military Tournament
[approximately 1910]
 In loving memory of Herbert, eldest son of Henry and Sarah Adlington, (of Croft House, Ripley,) :
In loving memory of Herbert, eldest son of Henry and Sarah Adlington, (of Croft House, Ripley,)
1896
 Valentine card.
Valentine card
mid-19th century
 In ever loving memory of William George Banks :
In ever loving memory of William George Banks
1928
 In affectionate remembrance of Mary, the beloved wife of Joseph Hardy, of Alston :
In affectionate remembrance of Mary, the beloved wife of Joseph Hardy, of Alston
1870
 To be disposed of :
To be disposed of
[approximately 1850]
Pollard, G., creator. Letter :
Pollard, G.
Letter
1928 April 13th
 A tribute to beautiful love! :
A tribute to beautiful love!
1844
 By penning these misc lines, to prove a pledge of my unceasing love ...
By penning these misc lines, to prove a pledge of my unceasing love ..
mid-19th century
 Postmortem portrait of an infant and mother.
Postmortem portrait of an infant and mother
1850s
Jennens, Bettridge & Sons, creator. Jennens, Bettridge & Sons, manufacturers to Her Majesty & The Royal Family :
Jennens, Bettridge & Sons
Jennens, Bettridge & Sons, manufacturers to Her Majesty & The Royal Family
[approximately 1849?]
 I would these flowers had lips to tell that I do love thee true and well.
I would these flowers had lips to tell that I do love thee true and well
mid-19th century
J.S. Fry & Sons.  Chocolate box by J.S. Fry & Sons, with photograph of Lily Elsie.
J.S. Fry & Sons
Chocolate box by J.S. Fry & Sons, with photograph of Lily Elsie
ca. 1909
Hall, Richard, (Boot maker), creator. Tender feet :
Hall, Richard, (Boot maker)
Tender feet
[approximately 1851]
 Cut-paper flower arrangements.
Cut-paper flower arrangements
London?,
 In affectionate remembrance of William Foggin :
In affectionate remembrance of William Foggin
1864
MacKenzie, David Maitland, 1800-1875, author. Classes for oil painting, water colour and pencil drawing, &c., 46, Renfield Street.
MacKenzie, David Maitland, 1800–1875
Classes for oil painting, water colour and pencil drawing, &c., 46, Renfield Street
May, 1843
 Model of HMS Victory.
Model of HMS Victory
2018
 The British tourist :
The British tourist
[1830s?]
 In loving memory of Emily Clifford, dearly beloved wife of George Clifford :
In loving memory of Emily Clifford, dearly beloved wife of George Clifford
1905
 In affectionate remembrance of Isabella, the beloved wife of James Clark, of Camerton :
In affectionate remembrance of Isabella, the beloved wife of James Clark, of Camerton
1898
Dilnot, John, artist. [Set of three postcards made to accompany "Estate : a book of collected drawings."]
Dilnot, John
[Set of three postcards made to accompany "Estate : a book of collected drawings."]
1991
 In loving memory of Frederick Callis :
In loving memory of Frederick Callis
1898
Dexter, Thomas E., author. Animal and vegetable substances used in the arts and manufactures, illustrative of the imports and exports of Great Britain & her colonies, and explanatory of Dexter's cabinet of objects.
Dexter, Thomas E.
Animal and vegetable substances used in the arts and manufactures, illustrative of the imports and exports of Great Britain & her colonies, and explanatory of Dexter's cabinet of objects
1857
Clark, John Heaviside, approximately 1770-1863, artist. Myriorama.
Clark, John Heaviside, approximately 1770–1863
Myriorama
[1824]
 Letters of administration of William Morgan.
Letters of administration of William Morgan
1781
 Many happy returns of the day.
Many happy returns of the day
[approximately 1880]
 Affidavit certifying the burial in wool of Mary Harvey of Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire.
Affidavit certifying the burial in wool of Mary Harvey of Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire
1680 April 1