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Background imageCommerces Collection: PAXTON, Joseph (1801-1865). Crystal Palace. 1851

PAXTON, Joseph (1801-1865). Crystal Palace. 1851. First building with revolutionary modular, prefabricated design, and use of glass. Built for the Universal Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park, London

Background imageCommerces Collection: Nautical chart entitled King Hamy. 1502. Parchment

Nautical chart entitled King Hamy. 1502. Parchment
" Nautical chart entitled " King Hamy". 1502. Parchment. Miniature Painting. SPAIN. Barcelona. Barcelona Maritime Museum."

Background imageCommerces Collection: Map of Bergen in 16th c. Engraving. FRANCE. Paris

Map of Bergen in 16th c. Engraving. FRANCE. Paris. National Library

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: glass-blowing, colliery

Trades in Regency England: glass-blowing, colliery and tanning. Workers blowing molten glass into bottles and goblets in a Newcastle factory 67

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: blacksmith, Jappanner and goats

Trades in Regency England: blacksmith, Jappanner and goats. Blacksmith with hammer and anvil in front of a forge in the Forest of Dean 43, man showing a Japanned or lacquered tray in Pontypool 44

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England. Spinning, reaping flax

Trades in Regency England. Spinning, reaping flax and Suffolk horses. Woman spinning wool on a wheel outside a cottage in Lavenham 28, boy harvesting hemp for sailcloth in Suffolk 29

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: Turnery, broom-maker

Trades in Regency England: Turnery, broom-maker and paper making. Turner working on a wheel-driven lathe in a workshop in Tunbridge 22, broom-maker selling his wares door-to-door in Kent 23

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England. Hop picking, South Down

Trades in Regency England. Hop picking, South Down sheep and effects of gunpowder. Man cutting hops, women and children picking off the hops in Farnham 19

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding

Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding
Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaver at a loom in Wilton 16, pig farmer feeding hogs in Hampshire 17, and women knitting and embroidering with needles made in Chichester 18

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England. Sail cloth, stone quarries

Trades in Regency England. Sail cloth, stone quarries and timber for ship building. Sailors unfurling a canvas sail on a ship 13, men moving blocks of stone in a Portland quarry 14

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England. Tin mines, bullocks

Trades in Regency England. Tin mines, bullocks and pipe smoking. Miner on a ladder with a bucket of tin ore in a Redruth tin mine 10, beef cattle on a Devonshire moor 11

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: china painting, pin making

Trades in Regency England: china painting, pin making
Trades people in Regency England. Artist painting a porcelain vase in a Worcester china factory 7, girl using a foot-driven anvil to add heads to pins in a pin-making factory in Gloucester 8

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency Ireland and England: Cork, Dublin

Trades in Regency Ireland and England: Cork, Dublin and London Docks. Irish beef cattle bring driven to the port of Cork 79

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency Ireland: bleaching, Irish cabin

Trades in Regency Ireland: bleaching, Irish cabin and salmon leap. Workers bleaching linen made from flax in Colerain 76, poor Irish potato farmers outside a cottage with pigs and dogs 77

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency Scotland: distillery, cannon boring

Trades in Regency Scotland: distillery, cannon boring and paviours. Workers distilling whisky in a distillery in Edinburgh 70, worker boring a cannon at Carron Works factory 71

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: charcoal burning, Jew selling

Trades in Regency England: charcoal burning, Jew selling pencils, and fishing. Worker at a charcoal pit in Furness 64, Jewish pedlar selling pencils door to door in Borrowdale 65

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: Grinding cutlery, iron

Trades in Regency England: Grinding cutlery, iron works and flax spinning. Workers seated at grinding wheels in a cutlery factory in Sheffied 58

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: Cheese making, check manufacture

Trades in Regency England: Cheese making, check manufacture and cotton printing. Dairymaid making cheese in Cheshire 55, man selling check cotton aprons door to door 56

Background imageCommerces Collection: Brewing, steel ware and gloves, and a mineral waters

Brewing, steel ware and gloves, and a mineral waters spa in Regency England. Brewers stirring vats of beer mash in a Reading brewery 4, women buying gloves in Woodstock 5

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: Spar ornaments, pottery

Trades in Regency England: Spar ornaments, pottery ware and salt refiner. Alabaster stone ornaments made in the Peak District on a mantlepiece 52, shop window with pottery from Etruria

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: Ale-house, silk mill

Trades in Regency England: Ale-house, silk mill and stocking weaver. Customers drinking Burton ale outside a pub 49, workers dying and drying silk in a mill in Derby 50

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: flannel market, copper

Trades in Regency England: flannel market, copper mines and shoe-maker. Man showing rolls of flannel cloth in Welchpool 46, miners digging for copper ore in Parys Mine, Anglesea 47

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery

Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery and iron forge. Man weaving silk cloth on a loom in Coventry 40, customers in a fancy jewellery shop in Birmingham 41

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking

Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking and whips. Basket-maker weaving willow into baskets and hampers on the Isle of Ely 34

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Norfolk, Regency England. Barley, turnips and game

Trades in Norfolk, Regency England. Barley, turnips and game. Farm laborers on a straw bail after a barley harvest 34, sheep eating turnips 35, and hunter poaching for game rabbits 36

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England. Brick making, butter churning

Trades in Regency England. Brick making, butter churning and rabbit warren. Brickmaker with bricks, hod, kiln and wheelbarrow in Woolpit 31, woman churning butter in an urn in Bury dairy 32

Background imageCommerces Collection: Trades in Regency England: cable making, straw work

Trades in Regency England: cable making, straw work
Trades in Regency England. Men twisting rope in a cable making factory in Deptford 1, women and children making straw hats in Dunstable 2 and a woman making lace outside a cottage in Buckingham 3

Background imageCommerces Collection: Historical views of Japan

Historical views of Japan. Japanese woman riding in a sedan chair on wheels 22, Japanese Christians forced to step on a crucifix (fumie) in Nagasaki, 17th century 23

Background imageCommerces Collection: Gallo-Roman funerary stele with commercial scene

Gallo-Roman funerary stele with commercial scene. Roman art. Relief on rock. FRANCE. LORRAINE. MOSELLE. Metz. mus饠 de La Cour d Or Metz M鴲 opole

Background imageCommerces Collection: The Borne Market (Mercat del Born) of Barcelona

The Borne Market (Mercat del Born) of Barcelona next to the church of Santa Maria del Mar, c. 1775. Early Modern Era. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Barcelona. Barcelona City History Museum

Background imageCommerces Collection: Middle Ages in Spain. Market scene

Middle Ages in Spain. Market scene
Market scene in the Middle Ages in the Iberian Peninsula. From left to right, dealer Muslim, Christian and Hebrew. Illustration by Lluis Bargall󮠗 atercolour

Background imageCommerces Collection: Hispano-Roman amphora used to carry oil, wine

Hispano-Roman amphora used to carry oil, wine or cereal. It comes from the coast of Catalonia. Roman art. Ceramics

Background imageCommerces Collection: Charles V in the siege of Metz, 1552-1553. Engraving

Charles V in the siege of Metz, 1552-1553. Engraving. SPAIN. ARAGON. Zaragoza. Academia General Militar (General Military Academy)

Background imageCommerces Collection: Roman as with a representation of the god Janus

Roman as with a representation of the god Janus. This was the first coin ever struck by Ancient Rome

Background imageCommerces Collection: Medical Reserve Cognac. Advertisement poster of

Medical Reserve Cognac. Advertisement poster of brandy Fromy Rog饠 and Co.. Litography

Background imageCommerces Collection: East India House, headquarters of the East India

East India House, headquarters of the East India Company in Leadenhall Street, London ca.1830. The building was demolished in 1861 and the site is now occupied by the Lloyds building. Engraving

Background imageCommerces Collection: Jewish merchant, 18th c. Hindu art. Miniature Painting

Jewish merchant, 18th c. Hindu art. Miniature Painting

Background imageCommerces Collection: Roman ships

Roman ships
MONLEON Y TORRES, Rafael (1835-1900). History of the navigation: Ships of the Ancient Rome. Military bireme and trade ship. Watercolour. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Navy Museum

Background imageCommerces Collection: Dutch East Indies. Ambon Island, 1612

Dutch East Indies. Ambon Island, 1612
Map of the island of Amboina (Ambon) in the South Moluccas. 1612. Capital of the Dutch East Indies, colonies established by the Dutch East India Company. Engraving. FRANCE. Ό E-DE-FRANCE

Background imageCommerces Collection: Chart by Joan Martines. Island of Sicily (1591)

Chart by Joan Martines. Island of Sicily (1591). Miniature Painting

Background imageCommerces Collection: Munich beer hall. Illustration by O. Graf published

Munich beer hall. Illustration by O. Graf published in L Illustration on August 3rd, 1901. Engraving

Background imageCommerces Collection: DEGAS, Edgar (1834-1917). The New Orleans Cotton

DEGAS, Edgar (1834-1917). The New Orleans Cotton Exchange. 1873. Detail. Impressionism. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. AQUITAINE. PYRɎ Ʌ S-ATLANTIQUES. Pau. Pau Fine Arts Museum

Background imageCommerces Collection: United States, 19th c. Outward Bound, clipper

United States, 19th c. Outward Bound, clipper Ship. Printed by Courier & Ives. Litography

Background imageCommerces Collection: PRANGER, Jan (1700 - 1773). Director-General of

PRANGER, Jan (1700 - 1773). Director-General of the Dutch West India Company on the Gold Coast (now Ghana) in West Africa from 1730 to 1734. 1742. VAN DER MIGH, Frans. Engraving. NETHERLANDS

Background imageCommerces Collection: Galleon. Illustration by Lluis Bargall󮠗atercolour

Galleon. Illustration by Lluis Bargall󮠗atercolour
Galleon. Illustration by Lluis Bargall󮠗 atercolour

Background imageCommerces Collection: FLORIDO BERNILS, Enrique (1873 - 1929). The port

FLORIDO BERNILS, Enrique (1873 - 1929). The port of Malaga. 1885. Spanish school. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. ANDALUSIA. Cᤩ z. Museo de Cᤩ z

Background imageCommerces Collection: Textile Merchants. Illustration from the book of

Textile Merchants. Illustration from the book of Statutes of the Tailors Guild, 14th c. Gothic art. Miniature Painting

Background imageCommerces Collection: PICO, Jos頨17th century). Conseller Quart (Councillor

PICO, Jos頨17th century). Conseller Quart (Councillor
PICO, Jos頨 17th century). Conseller Quart (Councillor fourth) of the Consell de Cent (Council of One Hundred). Government of the city of Barcelona. 1692. Painting. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Barcelona



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