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Background imageAbbott Collection: King Henry VI of England married to Margaret of Anjou

King Henry VI of England married to Margaret of Anjou at Titchfield Abbey, 23 April 1445. The mad king was 24 and the queen 15

Background imageAbbott Collection: A Nude study by James Abbott McNeill Whistler

A Nude study by James Abbott McNeill Whistler
A Nude study from a black and white drawing by James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903). Date: 1905

Background imageAbbott Collection: St Ives - watercolour study by James Abbott McNeill Whistler

St Ives - watercolour study by James Abbott McNeill Whistler
A watercolour study of St Ives, Cornwall by James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903). Date: 1905

Background imageAbbott Collection: A study for a white girl by James Abbott McNeill Whistler

A study for a white girl by James Abbott McNeill Whistler
A pastel study for a white girl by James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903). Date: 1905

Background imageAbbott Collection: Oliver Cromwell removing the mace from the Commons

Oliver Cromwell removing the mace from the Commons Chamber and dissolving the Rump Parliament in 1653. Behind him, a group of Roundheads arrest a cavalier. Take away that Bauble

Background imageAbbott Collection: King William II crossing the river at the Battle of

King William II crossing the river at the Battle of the Boyne, Ireland, 1 July 1690. Deposed Catholic King James II of England losing his wig and hat as he flees on horseback

Background imageAbbott Collection: King Charles II at a dance party during the Restoration

King Charles II at a dance party during the Restoration, circa 1660. A wild ball with dancing, music, card games, tobacco smoking, drinking, courtesans, and fops. Evening Party. Time of Charles II

Background imageAbbott Collection: King Charles II hiding up an oak tree in Boscobel

King Charles II hiding up an oak tree in Boscobel Wood, after the Battle of Worcester, 1651. Parliamentarian or Roundhead soldier interrogate a local Royalist family. The Royal Oak

Background imageAbbott Collection: Guy Fawkes, leader of the Gunpowder Plot, caught in

Guy Fawkes, leader of the Gunpowder Plot, caught in the cellar of the Houses of Parliament, 5 November 1604. William Parker, Baron Monteagle, and Theophilus Howard, Earl of Suffolk

Background imageAbbott Collection: Sir Walter Raleigh laying his cape over a puddle for

Sir Walter Raleigh laying his cape over a puddle for Queen Elizabeth I at Greenwich. She wears a bonnet, huge lace ruff collar, puff sleeves and hoop dress

Background imageAbbott Collection: Newton abbott railway station devon in 1899

Newton abbott railway station devon in 1899

Background imageAbbott Collection: The Little Mast, Venice

The Little Mast, Venice
This etching shows a mast, stood in the streets of Venice Italy, with pedestrians and some dogs walking around it. Date: circa 1880

Background imageAbbott Collection: Wharf Interior, The Thames

Wharf Interior, The Thames
An etching showing an interior of a business premises on the East London Wharf by The Thames River. The business proprietor, William Jones, a lime burner, is leaning on a nearby barrel. Date: 1859

Background imageAbbott Collection: Amiens and the Cloud

Amiens and the Cloud
A landscape oil painting showing a distant view of Amiens, a city in northern France, that is divided by the Somme river. The city is shown with looming great clouds hovering above. Date: circa 1919

Background imageAbbott Collection: Frosty Morning

Frosty Morning
A landscape oil painting, showing a frosty morning in the countryside, featuring a small herd of cows gathered around a large wide spread tree. Date: circa 1918

Background imageAbbott Collection: Jesse Jackson, Keith Vaz, Diane Abbott and Bernie Grant

Jesse Jackson, Keith Vaz, Diane Abbott and Bernie Grant
Jesse Jackson (Jesse Louis Jackson Sr, b 1941), American civil rights activist and Baptist minister. Seen here at a press conference table alongside Keith Vaz (Nigel Keith Anthony Standish Vaz)

Background imageAbbott Collection: Cricket Team Photograph - The Gentlemen of Herefordshire Date: 1932

Cricket Team Photograph - The Gentlemen of Herefordshire Date: 1932

Background imageAbbott Collection: Advert for Mayflowa Reptile shoes for Abbott and Sons Ltd

Advert for Mayflowa Reptile shoes for Abbott and Sons Ltd
Advert for Mayflowa Reptile shoes for Abbott & Sons Ltd, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageAbbott Collection: King Henry VIII in Victorian hunting outfit on horseback

King Henry VIII in Victorian hunting outfit on horseback
King Henry VIII in Victorian hunting outfit with a shepherds crook on horseback chasing a Catholic monk fleeing with the church gold. Parody of the Dissolution of the Monasteries, circa 1540

Background imageAbbott Collection: King Henry VIII of England celebrating May Day with

King Henry VIII of England celebrating May Day with his first queen Catherine of Aragon, circa 1509. He is dressed in anachronistic Victorian outfit of top hat, coat, chain breeches and boots

Background imageAbbott Collection: Henry VIII of England meeting Francis I of France

Henry VIII of England meeting Francis I of France on horseback at the Field of the Cloth of Gold, 7 June 1520. Coats of arms hang from trees and knights in armor and heralds gather for a tournament

Background imageAbbott Collection: Actors playing Henry Tudor fighting King Richard III

Actors playing Henry Tudor fighting King Richard III of England on stage in a theatre. Other actors wait in the wings in tunics with red and white roses

Background imageAbbott Collection: King Henry V of England boarding Trinity at Southampton

King Henry V of England boarding Trinity at Southampton
King Henry V of England boarding the Trinity at Southampton, 10 August 1415. The king in crown, helm and suit of armor. Knights in plate armor with comical helmets

Background imageAbbott Collection: The coronation of King Henry IV of England with a

The coronation of King Henry IV of England with a huge crown, 1399. The king in sunglasses and cracows is crowned by bishops in Westminster Abbey, while pages hold his coat of arms, helm and sword

Background imageAbbott Collection: King Edward III of England after the Siege of Calais in 1347

King Edward III of England after the Siege of Calais in 1347. Philippa of Hainault on a stool cuddles up to the king, while the burghers of Calais kneel before them with ropes around their necks

Background imageAbbott Collection: William the Conqueror with his ragtag army of Normans

William the Conqueror with his ragtag army of Normans in 1066. William in chain mail suit of armor with mace and helmet on horseback

Background imageAbbott Collection: Landing of Julius Caesar in Britain, 54BC

Landing of Julius Caesar in Britain, 54BC
A standard-bearer of the 10th legion in bearskin leads Roman infantry onto a beach at Sandwich, 54BC. Julius Caesar in breastplate and coat stands on board an anachronistic steamboat

Background imageAbbott Collection: Branch of pink plum blossom

Branch of pink plum blossom. Color woodblock mokuhanga from Kaishien Gaden, Japanese edition of Wang Gais Jieziyuan Huazhaun or Manual of the Mustard Seed Garden, Second Collection, Ichimura Bunko

Background imageAbbott Collection: WILLIAMS MEETING HOUSE

WILLIAMS MEETING HOUSE
The Abbott House - Roger Williams meeting-house, at Providence, Rhode Island Date: 1636

Background imageAbbott Collection: Neither Wife Nor Maid, Grand Theatre, Doncaster

Neither Wife Nor Maid, Grand Theatre, Doncaster
Neither Wife Nor Maid, by Ada C Abbott, at the Grand Theatre, Doncaster, Yorkshire. 1910s

Background imageAbbott Collection: Abbott and Costello

Abbott and Costello
William Alexander Abbott and Lou Costello, were a comedy double act composed of William Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, whose work on radio and in film

Background imageAbbott Collection: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, American comedy duo

Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, American comedy duo
Bud Abbott (1897-1974) and Lou Costello (1906-1959), American comedy duo who made 36 films together between 1940 and 1956. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageAbbott Collection: Abbottabad, Hazara District, British India

Abbottabad, Hazara District, British India (now in Pakistan). It was named after General Sir James Abbott. Date: circa 1920

Background imageAbbott Collection: Advert for Mayflowa crocodile and lizard womens shoes 1923

Advert for Mayflowa crocodile and lizard womens shoes 1923
Mayflowa crocodile and lizard shoes. Available from The House of Abbott, in Regent Street, London. 1923

Background imageAbbott Collection: Th Muriel Abbott Dancers

Th Muriel Abbott Dancers in the Ambassadeurs 1930 show, Paris Date: 1930

Background imageAbbott Collection: The Fall Guy by James Gleason and George Abbott

The Fall Guy by James Gleason and George Abbott (Eltinge Theatre, New York on 10th March 1925). First produced in England at the Apollo Theatre, on 20th September 1926

Background imageAbbott Collection: Hunstman of the South Devon Foxhounds

Hunstman of the South Devon Foxhounds at a quarry close to Newton Abbott, Devon. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageAbbott Collection: Broadway by Philip Dunning & George Abbott

Broadway by Philip Dunning & George Abbott
Broadway by Philip Dunning and George Abbott. First produced by Jed Harris in England at the Strand Theatre on 22nd December 1926. It went on to become one of the most successful plays of the 1920s

Background imageAbbott Collection: Cowper / Cooper / Abbott

Cowper / Cooper / Abbott
WILLIAM COWPER English poet with Homers Iliad at his side Date: 1731 - 1800

Background imageAbbott Collection: Super brogues advertisement, 1919

Super brogues advertisement, 1919
Advertisement for super brogues for sports, town and country jaunts. Built by W. Abbott and Sons Ltd for the demobbed officer who

Background imageAbbott Collection: Rover 12 Tourer Vintage Car, Newton Abbott, Devon

Rover 12 Tourer Vintage Car, Newton Abbott, Devon
Rover 12 Tourer Vintage Car, Newton Abbott, near Torbay, Devon, England. Date: 1900s

Background imageAbbott Collection: Advert for Mayflowa crocodile, ostrich and lizard shoes 1926

Advert for Mayflowa crocodile, ostrich and lizard shoes 1926
Complete range of Mayflowa women reptile shoes. Available from The House of Abbott, in Regents and Oxford Street, London. 1926

Background imageAbbott Collection: Sir Robert A. Hadfield, Vanity Fair, WH

Sir Robert A. Hadfield, Vanity Fair, WH
SIR ROBERT ABBOTT HADFIELD, 1st Baronet of Sheffield (1858 - 1940) English metallurgist, noted for his work with steel alloys and the invention of manganese steel and silicon steel

Background imageAbbott Collection: Charles Baron Tenterden

Charles Baron Tenterden
CHARLES ABBOTT, first baron TENTERDEN lawyer, Lord Chief Justice Date: 1762 - 1832

Background imageAbbott Collection: Abbott Lawrence

Abbott Lawrence
ABBOTT LAWRENCE American manufacturer and diplomat with his autograph Date: 1792 - 1855

Background imageAbbott Collection: Peamore Park, nr. Exeter

Peamore Park, nr. Exeter (1793). Abbott, John White 1763-1851. Date: 1793

Background imageAbbott Collection: Near Rydal Hall

Near Rydal Hall (1791). Abbott, John White 1763-1851. Date: 1791

Background imageAbbott Collection: A bust of the artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler

A bust of the artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler by Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm, 1st Baronet, RA (1834-1890). Date: circa 1885



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