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Deposits Collection

Background imageDeposits Collection: Bingham Canyon Copper Mine or Kennecott Mine

Bingham Canyon Copper Mine or Kennecott Mine
Bingham Canyon Copper Mine (Kennecott Copper Mine), Utah, USA Date: circa 1910s

Background imageDeposits Collection: Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era - China

Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era - China
An artificial reconstruction by Neave Parker (with the co-operation of Dr. W. E. Swinton) of Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era found in China especially in the Provinces of Kansu and Szechuan

Background imageDeposits Collection: State Bank of the USSR, 1939

State Bank of the USSR, 1939
Registering the deposits of Soviet workers in the State Bank of the U.S.S.R in 1939. On the right, depositors can be seen at a counter waiting their turn while men

Background imageDeposits Collection: Hissarlik (Troy) Digging

Hissarlik (Troy) Digging
A clear example of the excavation style of Heinrich Schliemann at Hissarlik, cutting through later occupation levels, actually missing Homerian deposits!

Background imageDeposits Collection: West Indies Sombrero

West Indies Sombrero
(Leeward Islands) Formerly exploited for its phosphates but, sad to say, the deposits are now exhausted

Background imageDeposits Collection: Bullion Office. Bank of England. Receiving Office

Bullion Office. Bank of England. Receiving Office
Engraving of the office in the Bank of England where deposits in gold or silver can be made

Background imageDeposits Collection: Lockheed HC-130B Hercules 1341

Lockheed HC-130B Hercules 1341
United States Coast Guard - Lockheed HC-130B Hercules 1341 Clearwater (msn 282-3542, ex USAF 58-6973), taxiing through the freshwater spray rig at Clearwater Coast Guard Air Station

Background imageDeposits Collection: Calcified deposits from hot springs at Pamukkale

Calcified deposits from hot springs at Pamukkale, Denizli Provonce, Turkey Date: circa 1975

Background imageDeposits Collection: Cupid relinquishes his bow and arrows and deposits

Cupid relinquishes his bow and arrows and deposits them with the British standard. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by William Nelson Gardiner after an illustration by Princess Elizabeth

Background imageDeposits Collection: Cupid deposits his banner in the temple of Minerva

Cupid deposits his banner in the temple of Minerva. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by William Nelson Gardiner after an illustration by Princess Elizabeth from Thomas Parks Cupid Turned Volunteer

Background imageDeposits Collection: Cupid playing a drum with his standard on a column

Cupid playing a drum with his standard on a column. Exercising his drum, having placed his banner in safety. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by William Nelson Gardiner after an illustration by

Background imageDeposits Collection: Aux Enfants Assistes: L Abandon - Edouard Gelhay

Aux Enfants Assistes: L Abandon - Edouard Gelhay
Edouard Gelhays Aux Enfants Assistes: L Abandon - a mother deposits an unwanted child at a French state-run institution. Date: 1887

Background imageDeposits Collection: Peat cutting shoe - 2

Peat cutting shoe - 2
Mr Albert Allmark, cutting peat by traditional, sustainable methods, Wixhall Moss, Shropshire. Mr Allmark demonstrates a home-made peat cutting shoe

Background imageDeposits Collection: Industrial peat cutting

Industrial peat cutting, Wixhall Moss, Shropshire Date: 1990

Background imageDeposits Collection: Peat cutting shoe - 1

Peat cutting shoe - 1
Albert Allmark, cutting peat by traditional, sustainable methods, Wixhall Moss, Shropshire. Mr Allmark demonstrates a home-made peat cutting shoe. First published The Sunday Correspondent Date: 1990

Background imageDeposits Collection: Peat cutter, Shropshire

Peat cutter, Shropshire
Mr Albert Allmark, cutting peat by traditional, sustainable methods, Wixhall Moss, Shropshire. He stands by a stack of cut peat with his pet dog. His old tractor is behind him

Background imageDeposits Collection: The Simmer and Jack Proprietary Gold Mines - South Africa

The Simmer and Jack Proprietary Gold Mines - South Africa
The Simmer and Jack Proprietary Gold Mines - east of Johannesburg, South Africa. The company which was founded in 1887 by the German August Simmer and Scotsman John Jack

Background imageDeposits Collection: Iran - Shush Castle - Susa

Iran - Shush Castle - Susa
Shush Castle (Chateau de Suse) in the ruins of the ancient city of Susa (Shush) in the Khuzestan Province of Iran. Constructed by French archaeologist Jean-Marie Jacques de Morgan as a secure base

Background imageDeposits Collection: Iron Ore Mines at Ouenza, Algeria

Iron Ore Mines at Ouenza, Algeria
Mines at Ouenza - Constantine, Algeria. Ouenza is a town in northeastern Algeria, near the eastern border with Tunisia. The nearby Mount Ouenza is the site of extensive iron-ore deposits

Background imageDeposits Collection: Ruins of Troy - Hissarlik, Turkey

Ruins of Troy - Hissarlik, Turkey
The visible ruins at the site of Hissarlik, excavated by German Archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann. Schliemann discovered what he thought were the Homerian levels in a massive trench excavation

Background imageDeposits Collection: Bronze Age. Four interlaced plaits. From Farup at Vindum, ce

Bronze Age. Four interlaced plaits. From Farup at Vindum, central Jutland. C. 350 BC. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageDeposits Collection: Lurs. The lur horns are Nordic wind instruments. Used for Br

Lurs. The lur horns are Nordic wind instruments. Used for Br
Prehistory. Art. Metal Age. Lurs. The lur horns are the distinctively Nordic wind instruments. Used to create an atmospheric background of sound for Bronze Age rituals

Background imageDeposits Collection: London, England - Camel

London, England - Camel - Two Humped Camel. Part of Box 23 Boswell Collection. A Day trip to London.A camel is an even-toed ungulate within the genus Camelus

Background imageDeposits Collection: Yellow Ochre at Bell Rock, Vale of Avoca, Co. Wicklow

Yellow Ochre at Bell Rock, Vale of Avoca, Co. Wicklow - a view under Bell Rock where there are deposits underneath of yellow ochre. (Location: Republic of Ireland; County Wicklow; Vale of Avoca)

Background imageDeposits Collection: Safe deposits for the valuables of passengers on Queen Mary

Safe deposits for the valuables of passengers on Queen Mary
The unique provision of safe deposits for the valuables of passengers on board the Queen Mary ocean liner. The problem of protecting valuables at sea solved by providing a passengers strong room

Background imageDeposits Collection: Bronze Age. Hair in the form of braided locks was also sacri

Bronze Age. Hair in the form of braided locks was also sacrifice in the bogs. Sometimes several plaits were tied together. These deposits can be seen as both small and large sacrifices

Background imageDeposits Collection: Russia / 1917 / Bank Safes

Russia / 1917 / Bank Safes
Bolsheviks inspect safe deposits in a bank. Date: 1917 - 1918

Background imageDeposits Collection: Iraq / Khatouniyah

Iraq / Khatouniyah
A view across the Lake and Island at Khatouniyah. Little is known about this site, but the high Tell deposits would suggest a long period of human occupation at the site. Date: 1853

Background imageDeposits Collection: Sinter terraces, hot springs - Yellowstone National Park

Sinter terraces, hot springs - Yellowstone National Park
Sinter terraces, hot springs, mineral deposits, Palette Spring, Lower Terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, USA. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageDeposits Collection: Amsterdam Savings Bank, Amsterdam, New York State, USA

Amsterdam Savings Bank, Amsterdam, New York State, USA
Interior of the Amsterdam Savings Bank, Division Street, Amsterdam, New York State, USA. circa 1915

Background imageDeposits Collection: A run on German banks at the beginnning of World War I

A run on German banks at the beginnning of World War I
Many German banks were besieged with crowds eager to withdraw their deposits at the start of the war. Date: 1914

Background imageDeposits Collection: Queen Mary ocean liner: Purified air; safe deposits

Queen Mary ocean liner: Purified air; safe deposits
An unrivalled system of air-conditioning for the main public rooms on board the Queen Mary ocean liner; And the unique provision of safe deposits for the valuables of passagers. Date: 1936

Background imageDeposits Collection: Mining for Graphite in Madagascar, Africa

Mining for Graphite in Madagascar, Africa
Mining for Graphite in deposits in Madagascar, Africa Date: 1910s

Background imageDeposits Collection: A Bristol Sycamore operated by Australian National Airways

A Bristol Sycamore operated by Australian National Airways equipped with an electromagnetometer for locating mineral ore deposits

Background imageDeposits Collection: Romania - Bucharest - The CEC Palace

Romania - Bucharest - The CEC Palace
The CEC Palace in Bucharest, Romania. Built in 1900, it is the headquarters of the national savings house C.E.C. nowadays called CEC Bank. Date: circa 1906

Background imageDeposits Collection: Canada - Typical Mining Scene

Canada - Typical Mining Scene
British Columbia, Canada - Typical Mining Scene showing two prospectors blowing black sand from placer gold. The word placer refers to the alluvial deposits in modern or ancient stream beds

Background imageDeposits Collection: Chincha (Guano) Islands

Chincha (Guano) Islands
A view of Middle Island, from North Island, one of the three Chincha Islands, otherwise known as the Guano Islands. Lying about ninety miles from Peru

Background imageDeposits Collection: Bullion Office. Bank of England. Bar of Silver

Bullion Office. Bank of England. Bar of Silver
Silver deposits at the Bank of England include bars of silver from South America of a fine description

Background imageDeposits Collection: Bullion Office. Bank of England. American Silver. The Smalle

Bullion Office. Bank of England. American Silver. The Smalle
Silver deposits in the Bank of England include oblong pigs of silver from South America, weighing on average 65 lbs each, and smaller semi-globular pieces from Valparaiso

Background imageDeposits Collection: The Cap of Liberty, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone, 1874

The Cap of Liberty, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone, 1874
Engraving showing the cone of lime, 42 feet high and 22 feet in diameter, known as The Cap of Liberty, Yellowstone National Park, 1874

Background imageDeposits Collection: Mound of Deposits from Fountain, Yellowstone, 1883

Mound of Deposits from Fountain, Yellowstone, 1883
Engraving showing the mound formed of globules of rock from the Fountain, Yellowstone National Park, 1883

Background imageDeposits Collection: Dinosaur footprints found in the hills of Arizona

Dinosaur footprints found in the hills of Arizona
Petrified dinosaur footprints, cleared of lime deposits and full of water, in the snow capped hills of Arizona, a discovery made by Mr C. L Bernheimer

Background imageDeposits Collection: Dannemora Iron Mine

Dannemora Iron Mine
Working the iron deposits at Dannemora, Sweden

Background imageDeposits Collection: Greece Mycenae

Greece Mycenae
A view of the ruins of the Early greek city state of Mycenae, famed for its shaft grave deposits discovered by Heinrich Schliemann

Background imageDeposits Collection: Dinosaur / Tylosaurus

Dinosaur / Tylosaurus
TYLOSAURUS DYSPELOR 10-metre marine dinosaur, reconstructed from remains found in chalk deposits in Kansas, USA

Background imageDeposits Collection: Hissalik Post-Excavation

Hissalik Post-Excavation
The site at Hissarlik, excavated by Heinrich Schliemann and identified as ancient Troy. Schliemanns massive slice through the deposits can be clearly seen

Background imageDeposits Collection: Digging out Guano / Peru

Digging out Guano / Peru
Guano mining operations: Chincha islands, Peru. The deposits of seabirds, named guano, were sought after as prized fertiliser in the nineteenth century

Background imageDeposits Collection: Extracting Guano / Peru

Extracting Guano / Peru
Peruvians on the Chincha islands, work to extract guano deposits



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