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Lloyds Collection

Background imageLloyds Collection: Washing & Steel Mill

Washing & Steel Mill
A washing line and an old man and children in the back garden of a house backing onto the Steward & Lloyds steel mill, Corby, Northamptonshire, England. Date: late 1960s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Queen Elizabeth visits Lloyds, 1952

Queen Elizabeth visits Lloyds, 1952
Queen Elizabeth II visits Lloyds to lay the foundations tone of their new building in Lime Street. This picture shows her Majesty taking a trowel full of mortar ready to lay the stone

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Interior 1960S

Lloyds Interior 1960S
A busy scene inside Lloyds of London. Date: late 1960s

Background imageLloyds Collection: New Lloyds Coffee House

New Lloyds Coffee House
The New Lloyds Coffee House, Popes Head Alley, London - the recognised meeting-place for marine insurers

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Interior

Lloyds Interior
A busy scene inside Lloyds of London. Date: late 1960s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Coffee House, London

Lloyds Coffee House, London. 1798

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Bank, Corby, Northamptonshire

Lloyds Bank, Corby, Northamptonshire
Lloyds Bank, Corby, near Kettering/Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageLloyds Collection: WW2 Christmas card, Lloyds Bank

WW2 Christmas card, Lloyds Bank, showing the white cliffs of Dover. Date: 1944

Background imageLloyds Collection: Medals Awarded for Gallantry or Life-Saving at Sea

Medals Awarded for Gallantry or Life-Saving at Sea - top row (L-R) Stanhope gold medal awarded by the Royal Humane Society for the bravest life-saving deed of the year

Background imageLloyds Collection: Advert / Lloyds News 1906

Advert / Lloyds News 1906
Lloyds News

Background imageLloyds Collection: Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire

Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire, with Lloyds Bank on the right. Date: circa 1918

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Register of Shipping, various years

Lloyds Register of Shipping, various years
MARITIME BOOKS: Lloyds Register of Shipping for 1970-71 and 1992-93. (5)

Background imageLloyds Collection: RMS Titanic - shell memorials and two publications

RMS Titanic - shell memorials and two publications
RMS Titanic - rare post-disaster naive hand-decorated shells depicting the Titanic and Carpathia presented in a period oak frame

Background imageLloyds Collection: Beachy Head view down the cliffs to the sea and lighthouse

Beachy Head view down the cliffs to the sea and lighthouse
The picture looks down from the top of the cliffs over a beach to a lighthouse in the sea and beyond to a small steamer. Lloyds once had a signalling station at the Watch Tower on the cliff

Background imageLloyds Collection: A portion of The Room, Lloyd's of London

A portion of The Room, Lloyd's of London
A Portion of The Room, Lloyd's of London. Date: 1937

Background imageLloyds Collection: Cartoon portrait, Catling Mavourneen

Cartoon portrait, Catling Mavourneen - All at Lloyds. Thomas Catling was an editor of Lloyds Illustrated London Newspaper (the pun is on Kathleen Mavourneen, a popular Irish song). 1880s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Stamford Pond, Epsom, Surrey

Stamford Pond, Epsom, Surrey. Date: circa 1908

Background imageLloyds Collection: Designs for a system of composite shipbuilding

Designs for a system of composite shipbuilding, recommended by Lloyds (class 66). By J.H. Cornish Date: 1867

Background imageLloyds Collection: Bishop Lloyds House, Chester

Bishop Lloyds House, Chester. circa 1900

Background imageLloyds Collection: French poster, War Bonds, WW1

French poster, War Bonds, WW1
French poster, design by Irma Karoly Simay, advertising War Bonds, First World War. 1918

Background imageLloyds Collection: New Lloyds Coffee House

New Lloyds Coffee House
The New Lloyds Coffee House, Popes Head Alley, London - the recognised meeting-place for marine insurers Date: after 1769

Background imageLloyds Collection: Second Royal Exchange

Second Royal Exchange
Designed by Edward Jarman and opened in 1669, it burned down in January 1838. It had been used by the Lloyds insurance market

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Bank Branch + Shaw & Sons Insurance Brokers

Lloyds Bank Branch + Shaw & Sons Insurance Brokers (above), Thought to be at Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageLloyds Collection: French Military Poster, WW1

French Military Poster, WW1
French military poster, colour photolithograph published by the British Library, 1981. Reproduces a French home front poster from World War One designed by Simay

Background imageLloyds Collection: Barkly Street, Ararat, Victoria, Australia

Barkly Street, Ararat, Victoria, Australia Date: 1950s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Souscrivez a l Emprunt de la Liboeration! Lloyds Bank (Franc

Souscrivez a l Emprunt de la Liboeration! Lloyds Bank (France) and National Provincial Bank (France) Limited. A large tank emerging out of a trench onto a battlefield. Date 1918

Background imageLloyds Collection: Steerage of a North German Lloyds Atlantic Steam-ship, 1872

Steerage of a North German Lloyds Atlantic Steam-ship, 1872
Engraving showing the steerage of a North German Lloyds Atlantic Steam-ship, 1872. Emigrants from many countries, heading for North America, are shown in this image. Date: 1872

Background imageLloyds Collection: Flower seller in street, Newlyn, Cornwall

Flower seller in street, Newlyn, Cornwall
Flower seller with his barrow in the street, Newlyn, Cornwall Date: circa 1970s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Caricature of Henry James Byron, dramatist

Caricature of Henry James Byron, dramatist
Caricature of the English dramatist, editor, journalist, director, theatre manager, novelist and actor, Henry James Byron (1835-1884) -- A " Special" Engagement. 1881

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds List

Lloyds List
THE LIST Date: 1846

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Journals

Lloyds Journals
Reading the foreign journals for news of shipping Date: 1846

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Merchants Room

Lloyds Merchants Room
LLOYDS - scene in the Merchants Room as members discuss the news from the Crimea War Date: 1854

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds - Main Hall

Lloyds - Main Hall
LLOYDS OF LONDON - the main hall Date: 1867

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Ship Auction

Lloyds Ship Auction
Lloyds : Ship auction in the captains room Date: 1846

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Subscription Room

Lloyds Subscription Room
Lloyds : The Subscription Room Date: early 19th century

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Underwriting Rm

Lloyds Underwriting Rm
LLOYDS OF LONDON - the Underwriting Room Date: 1886

Background imageLloyds Collection: View of Regent Street, London, on a busy day

View of Regent Street, London, on a busy day. Date: circa 1930

Background imageLloyds Collection: Street scene, Liskeard, Cornwall

Street scene, Liskeard, Cornwall
Street scene in the market town of Liskeard, Cornwall. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Bank Branch, Birmingham Area, Warwickshire

Lloyds Bank Branch, Birmingham Area, Warwickshire, England. Date: 1960s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lloyds Bank, Unknown Location

Lloyds Bank, Unknown Location, England. Date: 1970s

Background imageLloyds Collection: Diagrammatic view of home of Great Eight

Diagrammatic view of home of Great Eight
Interior wonders of Inveresk House in the Strand, London, the new home of the Great Eight, containing the offices of the Illustrated London News, Sketch, Sphere, Tatler, Graphic, Bystander

Background imageLloyds Collection: Envelope from Firminy, near Dunkirk, WW1

Envelope from Firminy, near Dunkirk, WW1
Envelope containing a letter dated 29 January 1915 from the architect and artist Ormerod Maxwell Ayrton (1874-1960) to his uncle Alfred Ayrton at Lloyds Bank, Chester, England

Background imageLloyds Collection: Poster, French liberation, WW1

Poster, French liberation, WW1
French fundraising poster showing a tank on a battlefield, encouraging people to invest their money to help the war effort during the First World War. Date: 1918

Background imageLloyds Collection: Lancelot Skynner

Lancelot Skynner
Captain LANCELOT SKYNNER British naval captain who went down with the Lutine on the Zuyder Zee with much bullion. The ships bell hangs in Lloyds and is still rung. Date: 1766 - 1799

Background imageLloyds Collection: Advertising postcard - Lloyds News - At the Top of the Tree

Advertising postcard - Lloyds News - At the Top of the Tree
Advertising postcard for Lloyds News - At the Top of the Tree. Celebrating sales of nearly a million and a half copies. Lloyds Weekly Newspaper was an early Sunday newspaper in the United Kingdom

Background imageLloyds Collection: Emprunt Francais 5 percent 1920 - Lloyds and National Provin

Emprunt Francais 5 percent 1920 - Lloyds and National Provincial Foreign Bank Limited. Uncle Sam and envoys from different nations making their contributions to Marianne for the reconstruction of

Background imageLloyds Collection: Looking at the book of the lost and at news of the Titanic

Looking at the book of the lost and at news of the Titanic
In the anxious hours which followed the greatest of Maritime disasters: At Lloyd s, the famous association of Marine Underwriters. After the sinking of the Titanic. Date: 27th April 1912

Background imageLloyds Collection: Stewarts & Lloyd Factory

Stewarts & Lloyd Factory
An old man and children in a back garden, washing hanging on the line, and the smoking factory chimneys of Stewarts and Lloyds in the background. Date: 1950s



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