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Crackers Collection

Background imageCrackers Collection: Interior of tramshed, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire

Interior of tramshed, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire
Interior view of a tramshed at Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, showing various trams with advertising material: Jacobs Cream Crackers, Colmans Mustard, Lifebuoy Soap

Background imageCrackers Collection: A box of Christmas Eve crackers

A box of Christmas Eve crackers
A lovely box of Christmas crackers from the 1920s, with the contents intact and the box lid featuring a bright and jolly picture of Father Christmas being helped to cross the road by a policeman

Background imageCrackers Collection: Wrapping Gifts 1950S

Wrapping Gifts 1950S
Festive model in red baby doll nightie with broderie Anglaise trim & white slingback shoes sits on a cushion & wraps presents, showing her knickers in the process

Background imageCrackers Collection: G Sparagnapane Christmas crackers

G Sparagnapane Christmas crackers
Catalogue cover for G Sparagnapane and Co, ornamental confectioners and manufacturers of Christmas crackers

Background imageCrackers Collection: Music cover, Animal Crackers in My Soup, Shirley Temple

Music cover, Animal Crackers in My Soup, Shirley Temple
Music cover, Animal Crackers in My Soup, music by Ray Henderson, words by Ted Koehler, Edward Heyman and Irving Caesar, sung by Shirley Temple in the film Curly Top. 1935

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas cracker box label

Christmas cracker box label
Label for a box of Batgers Christmas crackers featuring a lady jester in a colourful costume waving a bunch of balloons

Background imageCrackers Collection: Pixies and Food

Pixies and Food
Five pixies come laden with food and crackers for the Christmas feast

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas crackers box label

Christmas crackers box label
Label for a box of Batgers Carnival crackers featuring a couple in fancy dress, he dressed as Harlequin, playing a ukelele and a banjo

Background imageCrackers Collection: Label design, Tom Smiths Christmas Crackers

Label design, Tom Smiths Christmas Crackers. circa 1900

Background imageCrackers Collection: Tom Smiths Crackers advertisement

Tom Smiths Crackers advertisement
Advertisement for Tom Smiths Crackers, by appointment to T.M. The King and Queen. Date: 1913

Background imageCrackers Collection: Batgers Fireworks crackers box label

Batgers Fireworks crackers box label
Bright and colourful label for a box of Batgers fireworks crackers depicting a spectacular firework display over a town by a river

Background imageCrackers Collection: Mansell Crackers box label design

Mansell Crackers box label design
Label design for a box of Mansell Christmas crackers featuring a cosy festive indoor scene with twinkling Christmas tree and a cosy armchair by a roaring fire

Background imageCrackers Collection: Cracker Advertisement

Cracker Advertisement
Father Christmas Advertising Tom Smiths crackers

Background imageCrackers Collection: Batgers Christmas crackers box label

Batgers Christmas crackers box label
A bright and colourful label for a box of Batgers Jewel Christmas crackers featuring a lady emerging from a casket of jewels

Background imageCrackers Collection: Batgers Musical Party Crackers

Batgers Musical Party Crackers
A group enjoy a party game where everyone is given a whistle and one person, wearing a rather silly party hat, stands up and conducts

Background imageCrackers Collection: Batgers Crackers

Batgers Crackers
A girl in a yellow party frock and matching hat slides down a staircase on a tea tray while a motley group of revellers in fancy dress cheer her on

Background imageCrackers Collection: Batgers Artist Crackers

Batgers Artist Crackers
A colour illustration from a Christmas cracker box

Background imageCrackers Collection: Robins and Crackers

Robins and Crackers
Two robins pull a cracker - a very early Christmas card

Background imageCrackers Collection: Advert / Fancy Confectione

Advert / Fancy Confectione
Hovells Christmas Crackers (and their fancy confectionery) advertised on the side of a horse bus

Background imageCrackers Collection: G Sparagnapane Christmas crackers

G Sparagnapane Christmas crackers
Catalogue for G Sparagnapane Christmas crackers, who claim to be the oldest manufacturer in the United Kingdom

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas cracker box label by Barribal

Christmas cracker box label by Barribal
Label for a box of Christmas crackers featuring a design by the artist William Barribal. Typical of the artist, it shows a sensual looking flapper girl posing in a party dress while seated on a bench

Background imageCrackers Collection: Batgers Viking Crackers

Batgers Viking Crackers
A colour illustration from a Christmas cracker box

Background imageCrackers Collection: Parading the Guy

Parading the Guy
Boys parade their Guy - - if all gave a penny, I wonder how many Wheels, crackers and squibs They ll be able to buy ?

Background imageCrackers Collection: Hidden Treasure Crackers

Hidden Treasure Crackers
Green cardboard cracker box with a desert island scene printed on paper on the lid, labelled Hidden Treasure Crackers, originally containing an assortment of hats, caps, good snaps and mottoes

Background imageCrackers Collection: Cooperative Wholesale Society cakes and crackers

Cooperative Wholesale Society cakes and crackers from Bicuit factory at Crumpsall

Background imageCrackers Collection: Caley's Christmas Crackers of Norwich

Caley's Christmas Crackers of Norwich - adverting publicity postcard 1955 Date: 1955

Background imageCrackers Collection: Caley Crackers, Norwich

Caley Crackers, Norwich - Coming To Your Town Date: 1950s

Background imageCrackers Collection: Cats at Christmas pulling crackers and dancing. Date: 1894

Cats at Christmas pulling crackers and dancing. Date: 1894

Background imageCrackers Collection: Original Artwork - Girl with box of Christmas crackers

Original Artwork - Girl with box of Christmas crackers
Original Artwork - Design for a postcard, featuring a girl in a yellow dress holding a box of Christmas crackers. Date: circa 1937

Background imageCrackers Collection: Original Artwork - Christmas Cracker packaging design

Original Artwork - Christmas Cracker packaging design
Original Artwork - Painted design for advertising/packaging for C.W.S. Christmas Crackers, with the crackers coming to life and wandering away! Date: circa 1937

Background imageCrackers Collection: Artwork suggestion for Party Tableware - Two Christmas Mice

Artwork suggestion for Party Tableware - Two Christmas Mice
Artwork suggestion for Party Tableware - serviette ring place cards designed for paper serviettes (or crackers) - Two Christmas Mice. Date: circa 1937

Background imageCrackers Collection: WW2 era - Comic Postcard - I ve gone crackers over a soldier

WW2 era - Comic Postcard - I ve gone crackers over a soldier
The Caption is I ve gone crackers over a soldier. Curiously MLA has not drawn in a box of crackers! Cute Kids WW2 Wartime humour Date: 1945

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas Day at the North Eastern Hospital 1904

Christmas Day at the North Eastern Hospital 1904
Christmas Day in a childrens Goldsmiths Ward in North Eastern Hospital in Hackney Road, London. Showing a huge Christmas tree in the ward, decorated with stockings, crackers, dolls

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas Festivities at the North Eastern Hospital 1905

Christmas Festivities at the North Eastern Hospital 1905
Infants at the Goldsmiths Ward in North Eastern Hospital in Hackney Road, London. Showing a huge Christmas tree in the ward, decorated with crackers, dolls, beads and a angel topper

Background imageCrackers Collection: Box Lid, Tom Smiths Christmas Crackers

Box Lid, Tom Smiths Christmas Crackers. 19th century

Background imageCrackers Collection: Box Lid, Victorian Christmas Crackers

Box Lid, Victorian Christmas Crackers. 19th century

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas crackers, Batgers Eastern Crackers

Christmas crackers, Batgers Eastern Crackers, with a silhouette of a camel

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas cracker box lid by William Haskell Coffin

Christmas cracker box lid by William Haskell Coffin

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas card, Seasons Greetings

Christmas card, Seasons Greetings. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageCrackers Collection: Two wooden dolls pulling a cracker on a greetings card

Two wooden dolls pulling a cracker on a greetings card -- Gay Young Sparks. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageCrackers Collection: Cutout birthday card, age 6

Cutout birthday card, age 6, with two children pulling paper crackers. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageCrackers Collection: Victor G Ginn catalogue, Christmas Crackers

Victor G Ginn catalogue, Christmas Crackers. 1939

Background imageCrackers Collection: Pulling a Christmas cracker, New Years Eve by Simon Harmon

Pulling a Christmas cracker, New Years Eve by Simon Harmon
Two children in party hats pull a Christmas cracker at the dinner table. Date: 1917

Background imageCrackers Collection: Nurses and babies, Royal Victoria Hospital, Bournemouth

Nurses and babies, Royal Victoria Hospital, Bournemouth
Nurses and babies, Christmas Day 1934, Royal Victoria Hospital, Bournemouth. Five nurses standing holding nine newborn babies round table with crackers, fruit, flowers

Background imageCrackers Collection: CRACKER ADVERTISEMENT

CRACKER ADVERTISEMENT
TOM SMITHS CHRISTMAS CRACKERS Date: 1922

Background imageCrackers Collection: Christmas crackers in box

Christmas crackers in box
Cracker box printed in red and white, with a cut-out window revealing twelve unused Christmas crackers, manufactured in England c.1960-1970. Date: c.1960-1970

Background imageCrackers Collection: Two robins pulling crackers on a New Year card

Two robins pulling crackers on a New Year card -- Popping the Question. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCrackers Collection: Party hats at the dining table - Christmas Day 1950s

Party hats at the dining table - Christmas Day 1950s
A superb photograph showing a Father and Grandmother wearing conical (and comical!) party hats at the dining table on Christmas Day, early 1950s. Date: early 1950s



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