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Background imageOpinion Collection: Tip from a Jockey

Tip from a Jockey
A diminutive jockey gives his considered opinion to a couple

Background imageOpinion Collection: Demonstration in London -- Tariq Ali (b. 1943, centre), writer, journalist and filmmaker

Demonstration in London -- Tariq Ali (b. 1943, centre), writer, journalist and filmmaker, linking arms with others and walking along a road

Background imageOpinion Collection: All out for defense of democracy: Informed opinion counts

All out for defense of democracy: Informed opinion counts. Poster showing factories, ships, airplanes, and buildings with a bald eagle spreading its wings above all. Date between 1935 and 1943

Background imageOpinion Collection: A Texans eye view of the USA

A Texans eye view of the USA, with a certain state having slightly more georgraphical significance than the physical reality....!! Date: circa 1930s

Background imageOpinion Collection: Caesar Refuses Crown

Caesar Refuses Crown
Julius Caesar is offered the crown by Marcus Antonius but he prudently refuses it knowing public opinion is against it

Background imageOpinion Collection: A specialists opinion

A specialists opinion. Illustration shows Thomas Lipton checking the pulse of a animated feminine Americas Cup. Date 1903 August 5

Background imageOpinion Collection: In the court of public opinion

In the court of public opinion. Illustration shows a police officer holding a hat labeled Law and Order standing in a courtroom with a labor union Walking Delegate who has papers showing in his

Background imageOpinion Collection: London Opinion 1937

London Opinion 1937
Four glamorous ladies raise their glasses to toast the New Year in 1937

Background imageOpinion Collection: Anti-Vietnam War demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London

Anti-Vietnam War demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. Placards read: Black Dwarf, Axel Springer Today! Cecil King Tomorrow

Background imageOpinion Collection: Pot-House Politicians

Pot-House Politicians - early woodcut print

Background imageOpinion Collection: The Foreigner

The Foreigner
A sketch of a woman standing beside a stout man, was accompanied with a caption translated from French, You're hiding something from me, Zephyrin! Alas

Background imageOpinion Collection: Poster, London Opinion, Your Country Needs You, WW1

Poster, London Opinion, Your Country Needs You, WW1
Original news stand poster, London Opinion, Your Country Needs You, Lord Kitchener. This is the very rare poster that led to what was to become the famous Lord Kitchener Wants You recruiting poster

Background imageOpinion Collection: Goat expresses opinion on Margaret Thatcher

Goat expresses opinion on Margaret Thatcher
A white goat expresses its opinion on Margaret Thatcher, British Conservative Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990. Its cardboard handwritten notice reads: Stop acting the goat

Background imageOpinion Collection: Smyrna! A case in which, in the opinion of the British lion

Smyrna! A case in which, in the opinion of the British lion, two heads are not better than one! Cartoon about the Koszta Affair in 1853

Background imageOpinion Collection: The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat

The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat
Ypres is a walled city and it has several routes into it. The two most well-known of its gates through the ramparts are via the Menin Gate (on the old road to Menin)

Background imageOpinion Collection: Cheery cover of London Opinion magazine, May 1932, featuring a group of gaily dressed

Cheery cover of London Opinion magazine, May 1932, featuring a group of gaily dressed and very pretty young women sitting on a sea wall. Date: 1932

Background imageOpinion Collection: Cartoon, Amusement Combined with Instruction (Reform)

Cartoon, Amusement Combined with Instruction (Reform)
Cartoon, Amusement Combined with Instruction -- a satirical comment on parliamentary disagreements between Gladstone and Disraeli over the latters Reform Bill. 1867

Background imageOpinion Collection: Cartoon, Lodger Franchise v Dual Voting! (Disraeli)

Cartoon, Lodger Franchise v Dual Voting! (Disraeli)
Cartoon, Lodger Franchise v Dual Voting! A satirical comment on the arguments surrounding the extension of the franchise in Disraelis Reform Bill

Background imageOpinion Collection: Cartoon, The Working-Man, Royal Westminster Exhibition

Cartoon, The Working-Man, Royal Westminster Exhibition
Cartoon, The Working-Man, from the Royal Westminster Exhibition. A satire on the Royal Academy Exhibition, where many paintings depicted working men

Background imageOpinion Collection: Aquascutum advertisement with Owen Nares & Isabel Jeans

Aquascutum advertisement with Owen Nares & Isabel Jeans
Advertisement for Aquascutum Limited depicting Owen Nares, starring in Counsels Opinion at the Strand Theatre wearing an Aquascutum coat which eventually ends up on his co-star Isabel Jeans

Background imageOpinion Collection: An Irish Girls Opinion by Arthur West

An Irish Girls Opinion by Arthur West
Promotional music sheet for An Irish Girls Opinion, an Irish Patriotic Ballad, music hall song of about 1886 by Arthur West. Chosen for the typical shamrock motif

Background imageOpinion Collection: Beer Politicians by Edmund Harburger

Beer Politicians by Edmund Harburger

Background imageOpinion Collection: United States Air Force - Lockheed F-4 Lightning 41-2145

United States Air Force - Lockheed F-4 Lightning 41-2145
United States Air Force - Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning 41-2145 Foto Jo, call-sign A45, of the 9th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron / 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Group at Barrackpur, India

Background imageOpinion Collection: Demonstration outside Gamages department store, Holborn, London

Demonstration outside Gamages department store, Holborn, London, with struggles between protesters and police. Date: late 1960s

Background imageOpinion Collection: Demonstration in London -- young protesters walking purposefully along a road

Demonstration in London -- young protesters walking purposefully along a road. Two of the banners belong to the Hyde Park Diggers, a land ownership campaigning group. Date: late 1960s

Background imageOpinion Collection: Anti-nuclear demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. One placard reads: Scrap Polaris

Anti-nuclear demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. One placard reads: Scrap Polaris, Build For Peace. The banner in the lower left belongs to the Hyde Park Diggers

Background imageOpinion Collection: Demonstration in London -- the man with his arms raised is probably Sid Rawle (1945-2010)

Demonstration in London -- the man with his arms raised is probably Sid Rawle (1945-2010), nicknamed King of the Hippies, founder of the Hyde Park Diggers

Background imageOpinion Collection: Demonstration in London -- the man on the left is probably Sid Rawle (1945-2010)

Demonstration in London -- the man on the left is probably Sid Rawle (1945-2010), nicknamed King of the Hippies, founder of the Hyde Park Diggers

Background imageOpinion Collection: Demonstration in London -- the man at the centre is probably Sid Rawle (1945-2010)

Demonstration in London -- the man at the centre is probably Sid Rawle (1945-2010), nicknamed King of the Hippies, founder of the Hyde Park Diggers

Background imageOpinion Collection: CND demonstration in London -- a crowd of people with banners. Date: late 1960s

CND demonstration in London -- a crowd of people with banners. Date: late 1960s

Background imageOpinion Collection: MLLE MEALY 1899

MLLE MEALY 1899
MLLE MEALY French actress as Public Opinion in Folies-Revue Date: 1899

Background imageOpinion Collection: French satire on Boer War - Gracious Queen on the Warpath

French satire on Boer War - Gracious Queen on the Warpath
The Theatre of War - The Gracious Queen on the Warpath - French satire on the Second Boer War as Queen Victoria is shown in the guise of a Native American Indian Warrior

Background imageOpinion Collection: British Hunting Girl - American View - Red Ensign held aloft

British Hunting Girl - American View - Red Ensign held aloft
Great Britain - Archetype / Personification - American View - Stylish hunting girl with crop, top hat and holding proudly aloft The Red Ensign or " Red Duster"

Background imageOpinion Collection: Cartoon, The Optimist and the Pessimist

Cartoon, The Optimist and the Pessimist, showing two men reading the same news items about the war but reacting in very different ways. Date: 1915

Background imageOpinion Collection: RMS Titanic - nail scissors recovered by CS Mackay-Bennett

RMS Titanic - nail scissors recovered by CS Mackay-Bennett
RMS Titanic - from inventory of items recovered from bodies by cable ship Mackay-Bennett - silver mounted steel nail scissors with rusted steel blades

Background imageOpinion Collection: Germany. Congress of Gotha, 1875

Germany. Congress of Gotha, 1875, where was founded the German Socialist Party (SPD). Reminder sheet with portrait of Marx and Lassalle at the centre

Background imageOpinion Collection: One Hundred War Cartoons from LONDON OPINION

One Hundred War Cartoons from LONDON OPINION
Book entitled One Hundred War Cartoons from LONDON OPINION by Bert Thomas and Wilton Williams, in collaboration with Lincoln Springfield. Published by London Opinion Ltd

Background imageOpinion Collection: Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska (Written from the Trenches)

Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska (Written from the Trenches)
The vorticist sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska s(1891-1915) contribution to the second issue of Blast, written from the trenches of France during World War I

Background imageOpinion Collection: French Politicians

French Politicians. circa 1820

Background imageOpinion Collection: Victorian scrap - Radical press

Victorian scrap - Radical press
Victorian scrap - Political Types - Liberty of the Press, Freedom of Speech - Radical Press. late 19th century

Background imageOpinion Collection: Strangling of the Beer Bill by Lord Brougham

Strangling of the Beer Bill by Lord Brougham
Newspaper article, Strangling (with a misprint!) of the Beer Bill by Lord Brougham and other peers in the House of Lords. The writer claims that many families will be ruined as a result

Background imageOpinion Collection: Demonstration in Chesham Place, Belgravia, London

Demonstration in Chesham Place, Belgravia, London, with a struggle between protesters and police. Date: late 1960s

Background imageOpinion Collection: Small Girl on a Rock

Small Girl on a Rock
A small girl sits on a rock clutching some seaweed which, in her opinion, does feel silky-satiny. Date: early 20th century

Background imageOpinion Collection: Britain / Cartoon / 1859

Britain / Cartoon / 1859
Britannia - The Unprotected Female!! Mr Punchs opinion of the invasion agitation is admirably expressed here. Date: 1859

Background imageOpinion Collection: Aberdeen Snowballed

Aberdeen Snowballed
George Hamilton Gordon, fourth earl of ABERDEEN Statesman - but not, it seems, a very popular one; as prime minister during the Crimea War he was much criticised Date: 1784 - 1860

Background imageOpinion Collection: Cartoon, The Interview, WW1

Cartoon, The Interview, WW1
Cartoon, The Interview. A professor on another planet gives a journalist his views on life on Earth. On the subject of the First World War, the journalist asks: Who will be the winner, people or fire

Background imageOpinion Collection: Cartoon, The opinion of Saturn, WW1

Cartoon, The opinion of Saturn, WW1
Cartoon, The opinion of Saturn. The Saturnians contemplate Earth from their rings, and find the sight of war discouraging. Date: 1918

Background imageOpinion Collection: Public Opinion by R C Carton

Public Opinion by R C Carton
Promotional flyer for Public Opinion by R. C. Carton. First produced at Wyndhams Theatre, 10th October 1905. For Hutchinsons touring production to the Spa Theatre, Scarborough, 6th August 1906



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