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Background imageLloyd Collection: The Underwriter Who Missed The Total Loss, by H. M. Bateman

The Underwriter Who Missed The Total Loss, by H. M. Bateman
The inside of Lloyds and the Lutine bell, which is rung to announce a total loss, one stroke for bad news and two for good. Date: 1933

Background imageLloyd Collection: Wartime Toby jugs, WW1

Wartime Toby jugs, WW1
Advertisement for Soane & Smith of Oxford Street, promoting their range of Toby jugs based on wartime leaders, principally Sir David Beatty, Sir Douglas Haig, Lord Jellicoe, Marshal Joffre

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd George / Vanity Fair

Lloyd George / Vanity Fair
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE British politician

Background imageLloyd Collection: Liberal Party Poster, We Mobilised for War - Let us Mobilis

Liberal Party Poster, We Mobilised for War - Let us Mobilis
A Liberal Party Poster with Lloyd George, Liberal Leader, depicted above the slogan We mobilised for War - let us Mobilise for Prosperity! Vote Liberal

Background imageLloyd Collection: Imperial Hotel, Tokyo

Imperial Hotel, Tokyo
The IMPERIAL HOTEL, TOKYO : designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, built 1915-1922, survived 1923 earthquake, demolished 1967

Background imageLloyd Collection: SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900

SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900
Photograph of the North German Lloyd Liner Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse at sea, 1900. This liner was built by the Vulcan Shipyards at Stettin with the aim of winning the Blue Riband

Background imageLloyd Collection: Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter

Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter
Oh Mr Porter, whatever shall I do ? - the celebrated music hall song, made famous by Marie Lloyd

Background imageLloyd Collection: Womens Suffrage Millicent Fawcett

Womens Suffrage Millicent Fawcett
Photograph shows Millicent Garrett Fawcett ahead of a banner proclaiming Woman Citizens Mrs. Fawcett, President of the National Union of Womens Suffrage Societies

Background imageLloyd Collection: David Lloyd George visiting Newport during WW1

David Lloyd George visiting Newport during WW1
David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor (1863-1945), British Liberal Prime Minister from 1916 to 1922. Seen here as Minister of Munitions, visiting Newport, Wales

Background imageLloyd Collection: Photos on piano, Lloyd Georges farm at Churt, Surrey

Photos on piano, Lloyd Georges farm at Churt, Surrey
Photos on the piano, Lloyd Georges farm at Churt, Surrey. On the back row, l-r: Eleftherios Venizelos, Lloyd George with Prince of Wales (future Edward VIII), General Foch

Background imageLloyd Collection: Front of the Sketch featuring Marie Lloyd

Front of the Sketch featuring Marie Lloyd
Marie Lloyd, born Matilda Alice Victoria Wood (1870 - 1922), British music hall singer, entertainer and comedienne. A global superstar in her day commanding the highest salary of any entertainer

Background imageLloyd Collection: David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street

David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street
Lloyd George pictured leaving Downing Street after his resignation with his wife and daughter Megan. His resignation announcement featured in the Court circular of 19th October

Background imageLloyd Collection: Astor as 1st Woman Mp

Astor as 1st Woman Mp
NANCY, LADY ASTOR Vicountess Astor, standing between Lord Balfour and Lloyd George, becomes the first woman MP, 1919

Background imageLloyd Collection: Palladium Theatre / 1912

Palladium Theatre / 1912
The cover of a programme for the Palladium theatre, London. The bill featured Marie Lloyd

Background imageLloyd Collection: Harold Lloyd in the film Safety Last 1923

Harold Lloyd in the film Safety Last 1923, famous vintage Hollywood movie image

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyds Coffee House, London

Lloyds Coffee House, London. 1798

Background imageLloyd Collection: The Unknown Warrior Burial Service

The Unknown Warrior Burial Service
The scene in Westminster Abbey as the coffin of The Unknown Warrior is lowered onto bars above the open grave, during the burial service

Background imageLloyd Collection: Marie Lloyd - Oh Mr Porter

Marie Lloyd - Oh Mr Porter
MARIE LLOYD Music hall entertainer singing Oh! Mr Porter Date: 1870 - 1922

Background imageLloyd Collection: T Lloyd & Company, Oxford Street, London

T Lloyd & Company, Oxford Street, London
T Lloyd & Company, Oxford Street, on the corner of Orchard Street, London. Date: circa 1910

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd Georges Munition Girls

Lloyd Georges Munition Girls
Front cover of a book describing womens experiences in a munitions factory during the First World War with a detailed account by an anonymous female shell-maker

Background imageLloyd Collection: Norddeutscher Lloyd shipping poster

Norddeutscher Lloyd shipping poster
A poster for shipping company Norddeutscher Lloyd, who operated out of Bremen in North Germany. Lines from Southampton - Cherbourg - New York, North America - South America

Background imageLloyd Collection: FALL / CRUFTS WINNER / 1930

FALL / CRUFTS WINNER / 1930
LUCKY STAR OF WARE Breed: Cocker Spaniel Owned by H. S. Lloyd Bred by M. Ottley Blue roan, born 15.09.28 Sired by Joyful Joe Date: 1930 - 1931

Background imageLloyd Collection: David Lloyd George, British Prime Minister, WW1

David Lloyd George, British Prime Minister, WW1
David Lloyd George (1863-1945), British Prime Minister, with others during the First World War. The bearded man on the far left is Albert Thomas, French Minister for Munitions. Date: circa 1916

Background imageLloyd Collection: Conservative party television team

Conservative party television team
The Conservative Party television team and some election posters for the General Election of 8th October 1959. The Conservatives broadcast five television programmes of 15 or 20 minutes each starting

Background imageLloyd Collection: Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, David Lloyd George, General

Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, David Lloyd George, General
A photograph of a meeting between political and military leaders of the Allies in France, 1916. The group includes Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig (1861-1928)

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd George and Family

Lloyd George and Family
MARGARET LLOYD GEORGE wife of David L G, statesman, with their children Gwilym, Mair, Richard, Olwen, and Megan in the foreground

Background imageLloyd Collection: West Indies Poster

West Indies Poster
Poster for West India winter cruises aboard the Grosser Kurfurst of the North German Lloyd - visiting the Panama Canal, Bermuda, Cuba and South America Date: 1912

Background imageLloyd Collection: Women Sunbathers 1930S

Women Sunbathers 1930S
Three young women sunbathing in bathing caps, holding their faces up to the sun and sitting on wicker chairs

Background imageLloyd Collection: Treaty of Versailles

Treaty of Versailles
The peace treaty is signed in the Palace of Versailles

Background imageLloyd Collection: The Lady Lloyd of Dolobran by Glyn W. Philpot

The Lady Lloyd of Dolobran by Glyn W. Philpot
Lady Lloyd of Dolobran, formerly Blanche Lascelles, painted by Glyn W. Philpot. 1929

Background imageLloyd Collection: Ramsay MacDonald leaping into the limelight

Ramsay MacDonald leaping into the limelight
Ramsay MacDonald (1866-1937) British Labour politician, leaping into the limelight over the backs of Bonar Law (Conservative) and Lloyd George (Liberal) when he won the General Election in 1922

Background imageLloyd Collection: Tatler cover - Britain abstains from drinking, WW1

Tatler cover - Britain abstains from drinking, WW1
Not during the war, thank you. Front cover of The Tatler magazine featuring a bulldog, representing Great Britain, refusing a tankard of frothy beer

Background imageLloyd Collection: Mor o gan yw cymry I gyd

Mor o gan yw cymry I gyd
Winston Churchill, Mr David Lloyd George and Miss Lloyd George at the Eisteddfod

Background imageLloyd Collection: David Lloyd-George at the Welsh National Eisteddfod, Birkenh

David Lloyd-George at the Welsh National Eisteddfod, Birkenh
Photograph of David Lloyd-George (1863-1945), 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, the Welsh Liberal statesman, taken during a speech at the Welsh National Eisteddfod, Birkenhead, 6th September 1917

Background imageLloyd Collection: Mr. Lloyd George

Mr. Lloyd George
Photograph of David Lloyd George, created Minister for Munitions in 1915

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd Georges Maternity Insurance Benefit

Lloyd Georges Maternity Insurance Benefit
In the early twentieth century a free National Health Service did not yet exist and the poor could not usually afford medical services

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd George & his Dog

Lloyd George & his Dog
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE with his pet dog at Churt, Surrey, England. Date: 1863 - 1945

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd George and Balfour in Paris, WW1

Lloyd George and Balfour in Paris, WW1
David Lloyd George (left), British Prime Minister, and Arthur James Balfour (right), British Foreign Secretary, riding in an open topped car

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd George, General Wilson and General Foch

Lloyd George, General Wilson and General Foch
David Lloyd George (1863-1945), General Sir Henry Hughes Wilson (1864-1922) and General Ferdinand Foch (1851-1929), meeting around the end of the First World War

Background imageLloyd Collection: Mr & Mrs David Lloyd George

Mr & Mrs David Lloyd George
The British Prime Minister David Lloyd George (1863 - 1945) and his wife Dame Margaret Lloyd George (1866 - 1941). They married in 1888 and had five children

Background imageLloyd Collection: David Lloyd George (1863-1945) Introducing the Munitions Bil

David Lloyd George (1863-1945) Introducing the Munitions Bil
Illustration showing David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor, then Minister of Munitions, delivering a speech to the House of Commons on the Munitions Bill

Background imageLloyd Collection: David Lloyd-George (1863-1945) speaking in Rochdale, 1923

David Lloyd-George (1863-1945) speaking in Rochdale, 1923
Photograph of David Lloyd-George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, the Welsh Liberal statesman, addressing a large crowd at Rochdale during the election campaign of 1923

Background imageLloyd Collection: Cartoon of David Lloyd-George as Queen Victoria, 1911

Cartoon of David Lloyd-George as Queen Victoria, 1911
Cartoon of David Lloyd-George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, then Liberal Chancellor of the Exchequer, who had just passed the National Insurance Act and thereby earnt The Bystanders scorn

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd George / Haines / 1909

Lloyd George / Haines / 1909
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1909 Date: 1863 - 1945

Background imageLloyd Collection: Australian Cricketers of 1882

Australian Cricketers of 1882
Engravings of some of the members of the Australian Cricket Team of 1882. From left to right: George Giffen; Frederick Robert Spofforth; William Lloyd Murdoch; Alexander C

Background imageLloyd Collection: Lloyd George / Photo Mills

Lloyd George / Photo Mills
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE Welsh statesman

Background imageLloyd Collection: Pram Advert C1888

Pram Advert C1888
A typical late Victorian perambulator, made by Lloyd & Hill, Birmingham

Background imageLloyd Collection: Marie Lloyd / Postcard

Marie Lloyd / Postcard
MARIE LLOYD Music hall entertainer wearing a large feathered hat



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