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1852 Gallery

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Choose from 611 pictures in our 1852 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Witch of the Wave Clipper Ship, 1852
The Witch of the Wave Clipper Ship, 1852
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The diggers at Forest Creek, Port Phillip, Australia
The diggers at Forest Creek, Port Phillip, Australia
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Dining Room on board an Emigrant Ship, 1852
Dining Room on board an Emigrant Ship, 1852
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Emigration Depot at Birkenhead, Wirral, 1852
Emigration Depot at Birkenhead, Wirral, 1852
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Benjamin Disraeli, 1852
Benjamin Disraeli, 1852
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The 2nd Marquis of Salisbury (1791-1868)
The 2nd Marquis of Salisbury (1791-1868)
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River bed gold sifting on the Turon, Australia
River bed gold sifting on the Turon, Australia
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Roman pavement in Cannon Street
Roman pavement in Cannon Street
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Guys Hospital, Southwark
Guys Hospital, Southwark
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Herbert Henry Asquith MP, (1852-1928)
Herbert Henry Asquith MP, (1852-1928)
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Departure of the Great Britain from Liverpool, 1852
Departure of the Great Britain from Liverpool, 1852
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William O'Brien (1852-1928)
William O'Brien (1852-1928)
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River bed gold sifting on the Turon, Australia Featured Print

River bed gold sifting on the Turon, Australia

River bed sifting on the Turon river, a sketch from the Turon gold fields, New South Wales. The pump is lowered 12 feet from the surface of the river and water is used to wash the earth in the cradler. This is a labour saving devise allowing the diggers to yield large amounts of gold

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Launch of HMS Windsor Castle, September 1852
Launch of HMS Windsor Castle, September 1852
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Dry digging, Turon gold fields, Australia
Dry digging, Turon gold fields, Australia
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Kanaha Bay
Kanaha Bay
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Winter in the Californian Mountains, 1853
Winter in the Californian Mountains, 1853
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Gold diggers at rest
Gold diggers at rest
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Departure of the Emigrant Ship Ballengeich, Southampton, 1
Departure of the Emigrant Ship Ballengeich, Southampton, 1
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Nikolai V Gogol/Muller
Nikolai V Gogol/Muller
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Louis Brennan/Cig Card
Louis Brennan/Cig Card
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Mackinnon/Wh/Vfair 1901
Mackinnon/Wh/Vfair 1901
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Marmont/Auguste/Bombled
Marmont/Auguste/Bombled
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Barth/Africa/Encampment
Barth/Africa/Encampment
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Hayward Portrait
Hayward Portrait
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Launch of HMS Windsor Castle, September 1852 Featured Print

Launch of HMS Windsor Castle, September 1852

Engraving of the re-launch of HMS Windsor Castle, 140 Gun First rate warship, on 14th September 1852 at Pembroke Dockyard. HMS Windsor Castle had first been launched in 1849, but was lengthened and had engines fitted in 1852, thus becoming the longest three-deck warship in the world. Later that year, she was re-named HMS Duke of Wellington in memory of the famous general. She served as the Baltic flagship during the Crimean war, then as flagship of the Commander in Chief Portsmouth. She was sold and broken up in 1904

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

WOMEN & GIRL 1852
WOMEN & GIRL 1852
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Amber-Hunters Suit
Amber-Hunters Suit
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The Coorg Harvest Festival, Madras, 1852
The Coorg Harvest Festival, Madras, 1852
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The Uncut Koh-i-noor Diamond, c.1851
The Uncut Koh-i-noor Diamond, c.1851
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M. Moissans diamond experiments
M. Moissans diamond experiments
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Paris Assemblee Nation
Paris Assemblee Nation
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Queen Victoria visiting HMS Resolute, Cowes, 1856
Queen Victoria visiting HMS Resolute, Cowes, 1856
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William John Wills (1834-1861)
William John Wills (1834-1861)
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Field-Marshal Lord French inspecting soldiers in Hyde Park
Field-Marshal Lord French inspecting soldiers in Hyde Park
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The British Prime Minister arrives in Ireland
The British Prime Minister arrives in Ireland
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Isaac Tatem Hopper
Isaac Tatem Hopper
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Ritchie and Mcalls Preserved Meat Establishment, Houndsditc
Ritchie and Mcalls Preserved Meat Establishment, Houndsditc
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The Uncut Koh-i-noor Diamond, c.1851 Featured Print

The Uncut Koh-i-noor Diamond, c.1851

Engraving of the Koh-i-noor ('mountain of light') diamond, in its original state, circa 1851. Previously owned by the Mogul emperors, the Persian Shahs and Ranjit Singh, the Lion of the Punjab, it was presented to Queen Victoria by the East India Company in 1850. The diamond was displayed at the Great Exhibition of 1851, where various experts felt it displayed insufficient fire. It was decided therefore to recut the stone. This was undertaken by Guillaume Coster, over 38 days, in 1852 to produce a round diamond of 108 carats. In 1937 the diamond was placed in a crown to be worn by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother at the Coronation of King George VI. The crown and diamond now reside at the Tower of London

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Cricketer, Hall
Cricketer, Hall
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Empire Allegorised
Empire Allegorised
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Edwin Austin Abbey
Edwin Austin Abbey
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H.M.S Agamemnon
H.M.S Agamemnon
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Mozaffar Od-Din Shah Ira
Mozaffar Od-Din Shah Ira
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Mutsuhito/Meiji/Japan/Ri
Mutsuhito/Meiji/Japan/Ri
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The bursting of the Bilberry Reservoir, spreading destructio
The bursting of the Bilberry Reservoir, spreading destructio
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Slip of earth on the Great Northern Railway line
Slip of earth on the Great Northern Railway line
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Kings Cross terminus
Kings Cross terminus
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Sutherland/4th Duke/Vf
Sutherland/4th Duke/Vf
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William Ramsay/Tatler 04
William Ramsay/Tatler 04
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Belgian Dogs Resting
Belgian Dogs Resting
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