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Guts Collection

Background imageGuts Collection: Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 45-49192

Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 45-49192 (MSN 399-55731), painted to represent 42-26671 'No Guts No Glory' of the 82nd Fighter Squadron, 78th Fighter Group based at Station 357 / RAF Duxford

Background imageGuts Collection: Parody of A Drawing by Abel Faivre

Parody of A Drawing by Abel Faivre
A parody sketch of French painter Abel Faivre, as a man that has been stabbed in the back, with his liver spilling out of his guts, and his legs cut off, a large female model says, Oh my god

Background imageGuts Collection: Inspirational message, What you can do, WW2

Inspirational message, What you can do, WW2
Inspirational message, What you can do - Britain needs guts as well as guns. National character is the core of national strength. Change! Unite! Fight! WW2 Date: circa 1940

Background imageGuts Collection: Comic postcard, Two men chatting in a pub Date: 20th century

Comic postcard, Two men chatting in a pub Date: 20th century

Background imageGuts Collection: Anatomy of human intestines from the front

Anatomy of human intestines from the front. Lithograph from Lorenz Okens Universal Natural History, Allgemeine Naturgeschichte fur alle Stande, Stuttgart, 1839

Background imageGuts Collection: Seagulls - St. Ives Harbour, Cornwall - Fishermen and catch

Seagulls - St. Ives Harbour, Cornwall - Fishermen and catch. Date: 1910s

Background imageGuts Collection: Canopic jar. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh. C. 1950-1800 BC. E

Canopic jar. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh. C. 1950-1800 BC. E
Canopic jar for the deceaseds liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Middle Kingdom. Limestone. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageGuts Collection: Canopic jars. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh. C. 1950-1800 BC

Canopic jars. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh. C. 1950-1800 BC
Canopic jars for the deceaseds liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Middle Kingdom. Limestone. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageGuts Collection: Anatomy / Child & Cord

Anatomy / Child & Cord
A cross section of a child and its umbilical cord


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