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Aston Collection

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Villa Fc

Aston Villa Fc
ASTON VILLA An early Team Picture

Background imageAston Collection: Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Aston Webb Front

Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Aston Webb Front - the final modified design - opened in 1909. Date: 1903

Background imageAston Collection: Milne / Aston Villa F ball

Milne / Aston Villa F ball
Dr V E Milne, player for Aston Villa

Background imageAston Collection: Highcroft Hall Hospital, Erdington, Birmingham

Highcroft Hall Hospital, Erdington, Birmingham
An aerial view of Highcroft Hall Hospital on Slade Road, Erdington, Birmingham. The hospital was originally opened in around 1870 as the Aston Union workhouse

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Villa F. C in 1894

Aston Villa F. C in 1894
Team photograph of Aston Villa in First Division champions in 1894. Formed in 1874 by members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Aston, Birmingham

Background imageAston Collection: John Devey, footballer and cricketer

John Devey, footballer and cricketer
John Henry George Jack Devey (1866-1940), footballer for West Bromwich Albion, Mitchells St George s, Aston Villa and England, and a first-class cricketer for Warwickshire. 1890s

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Villa Football Club, 1896

Aston Villa Football Club, 1896
Photograph of the Aston Villa Football Club, with the team for the 1896-1897 season. The photograph shows: Back row, left to right: G.B. Ramsay (Secretary), Dr. V.A

Background imageAston Collection: Nettlefolds patent pointed screws

Nettlefolds patent pointed screws, from Verity Electrical Supplies, Aston, Birmingham. 1903

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Villa FA Cup Winners, 1894-5

Aston Villa FA Cup Winners, 1894-5: Grierson (Trainer), Dunkley (Hon Sec), Johnstone, Spencer, Wilkes, Lees, Rinder, Margoschis (Chairman), Reynolds, Devey (Captain), Welford, Ramsay (Secretary)

Background imageAston Collection: Sir David Brown and his Aston Martins

Sir David Brown and his Aston Martins
The car manufacturer, Sir David Brown, and his Aston Martins Date: 1970

Background imageAston Collection: Winners of the 24th RAC Tourist Trophy Race at Goodwood

Winners of the 24th RAC Tourist Trophy Race at Goodwood (left to right): C Shelby, Stirling Moss, R Salvadori and D Brown driving an Aston Martin. Date: 1959

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Villa win the F. A Cup, 1887

Aston Villa win the F. A Cup, 1887
Aston Villa win the F.A Cup, 1887: the winning team. Date: 1887

Background imageAston Collection: Chelsea v. Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea v. Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge
A footballer takes a header during the Chelsea v. Aston Villa match at Stamford Bridge, London

Background imageAston Collection: FA Cup winners - Aston Villa, 1913

FA Cup winners - Aston Villa, 1913
FA Cup winners in 1913, Aston Villa. Association Cup Winners Players Cigarettes card set, c. 1930. Date: 1913

Background imageAston Collection: Early telephones, Verity Electrical Supplies

Early telephones, Verity Electrical Supplies
Early telephones from Verity Electrical Supplies, Aston, Birmingham. 1903

Background imageAston Collection: The Secondary School, Woodhouse, Sheffield, Aston, Yorkshire, England. Date: 1910s

The Secondary School, Woodhouse, Sheffield, Aston, Yorkshire, England. Date: 1910s

Background imageAston Collection: Fire in Pits at RAC Tourist Trophy Race at Goodwood

Fire in Pits at RAC Tourist Trophy Race at Goodwood
A fire in Pits during the RAC Tourist Trophy Race at Goodwood. The No.1 Aston Martin caught fire during refuelling. The driver

Background imageAston Collection: Matthews Grocery Store Six Ways Aston Birmingham

Matthews Grocery Store Six Ways Aston Birmingham Victorian period

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Clinton

Aston Clinton

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Clinton Victorian period

Aston Clinton Victorian period

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Villa, Winners of the English Association

Aston Villa, Winners of the English Association Cup in 1894/5

Background imageAston Collection: Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith

Background imageAston Collection: W C Athersmith

W C Athersmith

Background imageAston Collection: J W Crabtree

J W Crabtree

Background imageAston Collection: John Devey

John Devey

Background imageAston Collection: John Reynolds

John Reynolds

Background imageAston Collection: J Campbell

J Campbell

Background imageAston Collection: Dennis Hodgetts

Dennis Hodgetts

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Victoria Road Birmingham early 1900s

Aston Victoria Road Birmingham early 1900s

Background imageAston Collection: Victoria Road, Aston, Birmingham early 1900's

Victoria Road, Aston, Birmingham early 1900's

Background imageAston Collection: The Moss Gear Company of Birmingham

The Moss Gear Company of Birmingham
The Moss Gear Company finds its origins, in Aston Manor, Birmingham, in 1910. Those engineers who established the company were not named Moss, but Duckitt

Background imageAston Collection: Trevor Ford, Aston Villa and Wales footballer

Trevor Ford, Aston Villa and Wales footballer
Trevor Ford, centre forward footballer for Aston Villa and Wales Date: 1949

Background imageAston Collection: John Aston, Manchester United and England footballer

John Aston, Manchester United and England footballer
John Aston, left back footballer for Manchester United and England Date: 1949

Background imageAston Collection: Manchester United FC Team 1949-1950

Manchester United FC Team 1949-1950, First Division, English League Date: circa 1949

Background imageAston Collection: Admiralty Arch

Admiralty Arch
An oil painting of Admiralty Arch, providing road and pedestrian access between The Mall and Trafalgar Square in London, England

Background imageAston Collection: Atkinsons Aston Ale

Atkinsons Aston Ale

Background imageAston Collection: Photograph of Kangaroo Inn, Aston. on. Clun, Shropshire

Photograph of Kangaroo Inn, Aston. on. Clun, Shropshire
Photograph of Kangaroo Inn, Aston.on.Clun, Shropshire. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Left Face on view of the pub

Background imageAston Collection: Aston Hall, Jacobean house in Birmingham

Aston Hall, Jacobean house in Birmingham, seat of James Watt (1769-1848), son of the Scottish inventor and engineer James Watt. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after an illustration by W

Background imageAston Collection: Elevation of a hunting lodge and plan of a verandah

Elevation of a hunting lodge and plan of a verandah. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rudolph Ackermanns Repository of Arts, London, 1816

Background imageAston Collection: Belhus, seat of Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard

Belhus, seat of Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard
Belhus, Essex, seat of slave owner Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard. Gothic style house with deer in the gardens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rudolph Ackermanns Repository of Arts, London, 1826

Background imageAston Collection: A Dream of the Cup Final, after visiting the Futurist exhibition

A Dream of the Cup Final, after visiting the Futurist exhibition. The FA Cup final between Aston Villa and Huddersfield done in the style of Futurism by cartoonist Rip in The Bystander

Background imageAston Collection: Lightning conductors and fittings

Lightning conductors and fittings, elevation rods, roof saddles and points, from Verity Electrical Supplies, Aston, Birmingham. 1903

Background imageAston Collection: Fairyland illumination devices and electric signs

Fairyland illumination devices and electric signs, from Verity Electrical Supplies, Aston, Birmingham. 1903

Background imageAston Collection: W Griffin, High Street, Aston, Birmingham

W Griffin, High Street, Aston, Birmingham
Premises of W Griffin, High Street, Aston, Birmingham, potato merchant, fishmonger and fruit merchant, fitted with three Kinnear patent steel rolling shutters

Background imageAston Collection: W F Brawn, footballer, Aston Villa

W F Brawn, footballer, Aston Villa
William (Billy) F Brawn, footballer, Aston Villa. Date: circa 1904

Background imageAston Collection: Association Challenge Cup match at the Crystal Palace 1895

Association Challenge Cup match at the Crystal Palace 1895
The Association Challenge Cup (or FA Cup) match at the Crystal Palace, 1895. This was the first FA Cup final to be played at the Crystal Palace, and was between Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion

Background imageAston Collection: J W Crabtree, Burnley, Aston Villa, England International

J W Crabtree, Burnley, Aston Villa, England International
J W Crabtree, Burnley, Aston Villa and England International footballer. 1890s

Background imageAston Collection: J Campbell, Celtic, Aston Villa, Scotland International

J Campbell, Celtic, Aston Villa, Scotland International
J Campbell, Celtic, Aston Villa and Scotland International footballer. 1890s



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