Illuminated Wenzelbibel manuscript
A page from the illuminated manuscript known as the Wenzelbibel (or Wenzelsbibel), named after King Wenzel (Wenceslaus) IV of Bohemia. It contains some of the books of the Old Testament, and was written in German, translated from Latin.
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Miss Diana Renshaw
Portrait of Miss Diana Rensaw, who married Mr J. M. Carnegie on the 25th April 1914. Mr. Carnegie is the son of the late Hon. L. Carnegie, K.C.M.G., and the Hon. Lady Carnegie, and Miss Renshaw is the daughter of the late A. H. Renshaw and of Lady Winifred Renshaw Date: 1914
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Caricature of Wilkie Collins and Edgar Bruce
Caricature of William Wilkie Collins (left, 1824-1889), English novelist, playwright and short story writer, and Edgar Bruce (right, 1845?-1901), actor-manager. Collins' play, Rank and Riches, did not do too well at the Adelphi Theatre, London, running for only six performances.
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