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Cornucopia Collection

Background imageCornucopia Collection: FORTUNA

FORTUNA
Roman goddess of luck and prosperity, carrying a cornucopia full of goodies

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Poster - Eat More Fruit - for Health and Vitality - published / issued by the Retail

Poster - Eat More Fruit - for Health and Vitality - published / issued by the Retail Fruit Trade Federation Ltd. Date: 1950s

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Statue of the Roman goddess Abundantia with cornucopia

Statue of the Roman goddess Abundantia with cornucopia
Statue of the Roman goddess Abbondanza or Abundantia with the cornucopia (horn of plenty). In the Belvedere Courtyard in the Vatican. Copperplate engraving by Gio. Petrini after an illustration by A

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Fortune flying through the sky on the wheel

Fortune flying through the sky on the wheel
Fortune, sprinkling a cornucopia of money and flowers on the lucky, is transported across the clouds atop the Wheel of Fortune.... Date: circa 1902

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Statue of Roman goddess Abundantia with horn of plenty

Statue of Roman goddess Abundantia with horn of plenty
Statue of Roman goddess Abundantia (Abbondanza) with horn of plenty (cornucopia). Copperplate engraving by Giacomo Bossi after an illustration by A

Background imageCornucopia Collection: CORNUCOPIA

CORNUCOPIA a symbol of plenty, abundance, prosperity, fertility, wealth, good fortune, and more, and more, and more of everything

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Fruits of Freedom, A Free America, WW2 patriotic cover

Fruits of Freedom, A Free America, WW2 patriotic cover
Fruits of Freedom, A Free America, WW2 patriotic postal cover envelope passed by US Army Examiner Date: 1941

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Poster, International Exhibition of Decorative Arts

Poster, International Exhibition of Decorative Arts
Poster, Second International Exhibition of Decorative Arts, Villa Reale di Monza, Italy, May to October 1925. Date: 1925

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Photograph of Cornucopia PH, Southend, Essex

Photograph of Cornucopia PH, Southend, Essex. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Corner on view of the pub. The back of the print (available on request) details: Trading Record 1929

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Extinct horn of plenty cerith shell, Cerithium cornucopia

Extinct horn of plenty cerith shell, Cerithium cornucopia
Fossil of an extinct horn of plenty cerith, Cerithium cornucopia, Ceritio corno d abbonanza. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Plankton, Surirella striatula

Plankton, Surirella striatula, Surirella striata. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali, Dictionary of Natural Science

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Marble statue of an Etruscan priest in ceremonial robes

Marble statue of an Etruscan priest in ceremonial robes. He holds a patera or libation bowl in his right hand. Two Etruscan leaping priests or Salii carrying bronze shields or ancilia in a religious

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Plate from Chaffagiolo, Tuscany, Renaissance enamel ware

Plate from Chaffagiolo, Tuscany, Renaissance enamel ware, with Moors head within escutcheon, border of dolphins, shells and cornucopia

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Helicine cornucopia shell, Cornucopia helicina

Helicine cornucopia shell, Cornucopia helicina. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from George Shaw

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Devils trumpet or metel, Datura metel

Devils trumpet or metel, Datura metel (Datura cornucopia). Drawn and chromolithographed by Pieter de Pannemaeker from Jean Lindens l Illustration Horticole, Brussels, 1895

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Svetovid, Slavic deity of war and sun, depicted

Svetovid, Slavic deity of war and sun, depicted as a four-faced god with a horn of abundance and bow in a temple. A priest predicts the future by observing the behavior of a white horse

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Classical allegorical statue of the River Nile

Classical allegorical statue of the River Nile, with old man and cornucopia, above images of crocodiles, hippopotami, etc

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Classical figures and coins with allegorical

Classical figures and coins with allegorical representations of Africa, including a woman with an elephant-head helmet and cornucopia

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Cornucopia with Fruit Spilling Out

Cornucopia with Fruit Spilling Out

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Single cornucopia flower

Single cornucopia flower.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from The Naturalists Pocket Magazine, Harrison, London, 1800

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Achelous Vanquished

Achelous Vanquished
River-god Achelous and Herakles fight for love of Dejanira : Achelous turns himself into a bull, but Herakles wins, pulling off a horn, the cornucopia

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Stylised illustration depicting Fortune and Mercury

Stylised illustration depicting Fortune and Mercury
Stylised illustration depicting Fortune bearing an overflowing cornucopia and Mercury, the winged messenger god. The Vienna Secession was an art movement formed in 1897 by a group of Austrian artists

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Cutout greetings card, cornucopia of flowers with tassels

Cutout greetings card, cornucopia of flowers with tassels. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Cherub with cornucopia of flowers on a Christmas card

Cherub with cornucopia of flowers on a Christmas card
Cherub with a cornucopia of flowers on a paper lace Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Angel with cornucopia of flowers on a Victorian scrap

Angel with cornucopia of flowers on a Victorian scrap
Angel with a cornucopia of flowers on a Victorian scrap. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Sculpture. The ancient torso (Artemis statue). Was restored

Sculpture. The ancient torso (Artemis statue). Was restored
Artemis. Goddes of the Hunt. Daughter of Zeus and sister of Apollo. Roman equivalent is Diana. The ancient torso (roman sculpture after an Artemis statue of the 4th century BC)

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Fortuna (Anon)

Fortuna (Anon)
The Roman goddess of luck, bearing a cornucopia full of good things

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Porters carrying vegetables - Madeira, Portugal

Porters carrying vegetables - Madeira, Portugal
Poster depicting two Porters carrying vegetables down to the harbour for export - Madeira, Portugal Date: 1937

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Zeus as a boy fed by his foster mother, Amalthea

Zeus as a boy fed by his foster mother, Amalthea
Zeus/Jupiter as a boy, being fed from a cornucopia by his foster mother Amalthea underneath a tree, while Pan (right) plays his pipes

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Hand and flowers on a romantic Victorian scrap

Hand and flowers on a romantic Victorian scrap
Hand with cornucopia and flowers on a romantic Victorian scrap. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Hands and flowers on ten Victorian scraps

Hands and flowers on ten Victorian scraps with Valentines Day greetings. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Stela relief depicting a male figure in a niche and a Tanit

Stela relief depicting a male figure in a niche and a Tanit
Stela relief depicting a male figure in a pedestal with offerings in a niche. Above, two birds and a Tanit Goddess holding a cornucopia. At the top, the moon and sun. Limestone. 2nd century BC

Background imageCornucopia Collection: The Commerce and the Industry. Allegorical sculptures. Barce

The Commerce and the Industry. Allegorical sculptures. Barce
The Commerce and the Industry, 1802. Allegorical sculptures by Salvador Gurri Corominas (1749-1819) at the foot of the staircase of honor at Casa Llotja de Mar. Marble. Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Cherub with pink roses on a Christmas card

Cherub with pink roses on a Christmas card
Cherub with pink roses and a cornucopia on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Male Types / Greek Ideal

Male Types / Greek Ideal
Dionysos accompanied by four of his male friends, representing the Seasons (which are usually perceived as female) with cornucopia, fruits, animals and cupids

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Harriet Lady Bulkeley

Harriet Lady Bulkeley
HARRIET, viscountess BULKELEY wife of Thomas, 7th viscount Bulkeley (1752-1822) Date: flourished 1770S

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Fortuna (Tooke)

Fortuna (Tooke)
The Roman goddess of luck, holding a cornucopia full of nice things, and a strange instrument

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Erasmus / Holbein / Gillot

Erasmus / Holbein / Gillot
DESIDERIUS ERASMUS Dutch humanist Date: 1466 - 1536

Background imageCornucopia Collection: A stylised 1920s Woman holding a cornucopia of dye packets

A stylised 1920s Woman holding a cornucopia of dye packets
A stylised 1920s Woman holding a cornucopia of packets of Dy-o-la Dye - an attractive illustration from a Brochure " Tinting, Dyeing and Practical Art Craft with Dy-o-la Dyes". Date: 1926

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Victory Loan advertisement 1919

Victory Loan advertisement 1919
Advertisement for Victory Loans, urging the public to invest in government bonds and help Britain on the way to recovery after the end of the First World War. 1919

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Captain James Cook -- an allegory

Captain James Cook -- an allegory
Captain James Cook (1728-1779), explorer. An allegory, showing Neptune raising him up to Immortality, a Genius crowning him with a Wreath of Oak, and Fame introducing him to History

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Flowers and People 1884

Flowers and People 1884
Two pages from a book about the symbolism of flowers, popular in Victorian times: a cornucopia full of flowers, and three little fairies dancing in a ring. Date: 1884

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Tribute to Heinrich II

Tribute to Heinrich II
The nations of Roma (Italy), Gaul, Germany & Sclauinia (Western Slovian states) pay tribute to Holy Roman Emperor Heinrich II

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Advert / Harrods Stores

Advert / Harrods Stores
Harrods Stores - serving the world

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Tail of Comet 1853

Tail of Comet 1853
Passing Events or The Tail of the Comet of 1853. A summary of the years notable events include the bringing of Layards bulls to the British Museum

Background imageCornucopia Collection: Cornucopia Amulet

Cornucopia Amulet
CORNUCOPIA AMULET For the Romans the cornucopia was a symbol of abundance, so as an amulet it was a promise of prosperity



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