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Rothschild Collection

Background imageRothschild Collection: Derby Day - The Olympians

Derby Day - The Olympians
Caricatures of prominent racing fans riding to Epsom in a stagecoach. From left, the Earl of Lonsdale, Lady James Douglas, Sir Edward Hulton, Lord Glaneley, Sir H. Cunliffe-Owen, Hon. G

Background imageRothschild Collection: Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild

Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild
Rothschild broke in and trained several zebras to pull a trap, which he memorably used to visit Buckingham Palace in 1898 Date: 1898

Background imageRothschild Collection: Raphus solitarius, Reunion white dodo

Raphus solitarius, Reunion white dodo
Plate 25 from Extinct and Vanishing Birds of the World (1907) by Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild

Background imageRothschild Collection: Walter Rothschild driving his team of zebras at Tring Park

Walter Rothschild driving his team of zebras at Tring Park
Carriage drawn by a zebra driven by Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild, founder of the Natural History Museum at Tring (where this photograph was taken), now part of the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageRothschild Collection: Nathaniel Charles Rothschild (1877-1923)

Nathaniel Charles Rothschild (1877-1923)
The younger brother of Tring Museum founder Walter Rothschild, Charles was a keen entomologist, discovering the plague vector flea, Xenopsylla cheopis, in Shendi, Sudan

Background imageRothschild Collection: Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937)

Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937)
Lord Rothschild, founder of the Natural History Museum at Tring, riding on the back of a giant tortoise

Background imageRothschild Collection: Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon Manor
WADDESDON MANOR, Aylesbury, the seat of baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. Date: 1889

Background imageRothschild Collection: Alfred Rothschild

Alfred Rothschild
ALFRED ROTHSCHILD Member of the English branch of the international banking family, son of Lionel

Background imageRothschild Collection: Emu by Gambier Bolton

Emu by Gambier Bolton
Emu photogrpaph by Gambier Bolton, F Zs 354, held at The Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: Group of Kangaroos by Gambier Bolton

Group of Kangaroos by Gambier Bolton
Group of Kangaroos photogrpaph by Gambier Bolton, F Zs 553, held at The Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: The Natural History Museum at Tring

The Natural History Museum at Tring
Gallery 3 at the Natural History Museum at Tring, the sister museum of the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageRothschild Collection: Rose Baroness Rothschild, hybrid perpetual

Rose Baroness Rothschild, hybrid perpetual. Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imageRothschild Collection: Interesting personalities of the racing world

Interesting personalities of the racing world
Page from The Tatler featuring various well-known personalities of the racing world. Clockwise from top left, jockey Danny Maher and Sir E

Background imageRothschild Collection: Northern cassowary by JG Keulemans

Northern cassowary by JG Keulemans
Hand-coloured lithograph of cassowary head by JG Keulemans (c. 1898), based on the live animals at Walter Rothschilds Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: Baroness De Rothschild, Duchess of Marlborough basket chairs

Baroness De Rothschild, Duchess of Marlborough basket chairs
Baroness R. De Rothschild and The Duchess Of Marlborough, outdoor portraits in basket chairs, taking coffee at Deauville, France

Background imageRothschild Collection: Moss rose, Rosa centifolia var. muscosa

Moss rose, Rosa centifolia var. muscosa. Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imageRothschild Collection: A Day Wtih Lord Rothschilds Stag Hounds

A Day Wtih Lord Rothschilds Stag Hounds
Page from The Tatler featuring photographs of hunting with Lord Rothschilds pack. Top left picture: A big jump over Cublington Brook; Lord Rothschild in full cry

Background imageRothschild Collection: The Aviary, Waddesdon Manor, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

The Aviary, Waddesdon Manor, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
The Aviary, Waddesdon Manor, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. circa 1906

Background imageRothschild Collection: Union Loop, Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Union Loop, Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Union Loop, looking down Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Date: circa 1915

Background imageRothschild Collection: Zadoc Kahn installed as Chief Rabbi of France 1890

Zadoc Kahn installed as Chief Rabbi of France 1890
Zadoc Kahn being installed as the Chief Rabbi of France. Baron Alphonse James de Rothschild is depicted reading the decree of nomination. Date: 1890

Background imageRothschild Collection: Tring Park, residence of Lord Rothschild

Tring Park, residence of Lord Rothschild
Tring Park, the residence of Lord Rothschild. circa 1900

Background imageRothschild Collection: ALPHONSE DE ROTHSCHILD

ALPHONSE DE ROTHSCHILD French banker, caricatured as archetype Jew planning to take over the world 1827 - 1905

Background imageRothschild Collection: Dwarf cassowary by JG Keulemans

Dwarf cassowary by JG Keulemans
Hand-coloured lithograph of cassowary head by JG Keulemans (c. 1898), based on the live animals at Walter Rothschilds Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: Argusianus argus, great argus

Argusianus argus, great argus
Detail of a feather from a great argus (Argusianus argus) from the Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: The Rothschild Family Home in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

The Rothschild Family Home in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
The Rothschild Family Home on Judengasse in Frankfurt am Main, Germany - The card shows the building exterior. The Rothschild family are a wealthy family descending from Mayer Amschel Rothschild

Background imageRothschild Collection: Rozsika Rothschild (1870-1940)

Rozsika Rothschild (1870-1940)
Hungarian baroness, champion tennis player and wife of Charles Rothschild, she resided in Tring Park where the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum was founded

Background imageRothschild Collection: Rothschild House, Piccadilly, London

Rothschild House, Piccadilly, London. Baron Rothschilds new residence facing Green Park

Background imageRothschild Collection: Baroness Goldschmidt Rothschild and daughter

Baroness Goldschmidt Rothschild and daughter
Baroness Goldschmidt Rothschild (1902-1982), previously Marion Schuster, with one of her daughters, enjoying a previous edition of The Tatler'. Date: 1939

Background imageRothschild Collection: Banquet at the marriage of Rothschilds 1857

Banquet at the marriage of Rothschilds 1857
Banquet at the marriage of Baron Alphonse de Rothschild and Miss Leonora Rothschild in the mansion at Gunnersbury Park, west London, 1857. 1857

Background imageRothschild Collection: Marriage ceremony of Rothschilds, 1857

Marriage ceremony of Rothschilds, 1857
Marriage ceremonial of the Baron Alphonse de Rothschild and Miss Leonora Rothschild in the mansion at Gunnersbury Park, west London

Background imageRothschild Collection: Giant tortoises at Tring Park

Giant tortoises at Tring Park
In 1897 Walter Rothschild despatched explorer Charles Harris to the Galapagos islands to collect a large number of giant tortoises

Background imageRothschild Collection: Nathan Natty, 1st Baron Rothschild

Nathan Natty, 1st Baron Rothschild
Liberal politician, banker, philanthropist and father of Walter Rothschild, he built what became the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum

Background imageRothschild Collection: Giant tortoise being fed at Tring Park

Giant tortoise being fed at Tring Park
In 1897 Walter Rothschild despatched explorer Charles Harris to the Galapagos islands to collect a large number of giant tortoises

Background imageRothschild Collection: Emma Rothschild (1844-1935)

Emma Rothschild (1844-1935)
Mother of Tring Museum founder Walter Rothschild

Background imageRothschild Collection: Emu, rheas and kangaroos at Tring Park

Emu, rheas and kangaroos at Tring Park
Live animals collected by Walter Rothschild in the grounds of Tring Park, with keeper Mr Marcham, 1890 Date: 1890

Background imageRothschild Collection: Southern cassowary by JG Keulemans

Southern cassowary by JG Keulemans
Hand-coloured lithograph of cassowary head by JG Keulemans (c. 1898), based on the live animals at Walter Rothschilds Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: Walter Rothschild Bird skin collection, 1933

Walter Rothschild Bird skin collection, 1933
Packed for shipping. The majority of Rothschilds (280, 000 items) bird skin collection was sold the AMNH in New York after he ran into financial difficulties

Background imageRothschild Collection: Walter Rothschild & collecting party, Algeria

Walter Rothschild & collecting party, Algeria
Rothschild (second from right) undertook three separate ornithological collecting expeditions to Algeria in 1908, 1909 and 1911, along with Ernst Hartert

Background imageRothschild Collection: Dwarf Zebu bull, Gambier Bolton

Dwarf Zebu bull, Gambier Bolton
Dwarf Zebu Bull photogrpaph by Gambier Bolton, F Zs 553, held at The Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: Walter Rothschilds great auk egg

Walter Rothschilds great auk egg
Walter Rothschilds great auk (Pinguinus impennis) egg held in the Natural History Museum at Tring. The great auk was hunted to extinction in the middle of the 19th Century

Background imageRothschild Collection: Paradisaea rudolphi, blue bird of paradise

Paradisaea rudolphi, blue bird of paradise
Image of a male and female blue bird of paradise, Paradisaea rudolphi. New Guinea. From the Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageRothschild Collection: Gallery 1, The Natural History Museum at Tring

Gallery 1, The Natural History Museum at Tring
The Natural History Museum at Tring. Once the private museum of Lionel Walter, 2nd Baron Rothschild (1868-1937), and part of the Natural History Museum, London since 1937

Background imageRothschild Collection: Madame De Rothschild

Madame De Rothschild
PAULINE POTTER DE ROTHSCHILD Madame de Rothschild, standing beside her car. In her heyday she was a famous fashion icon and translator of Elizabethan poetry into French. Date: 1908 - 1976

Background imageRothschild Collection: Evelina Rothschild School for Girls, Jerusalem

Evelina Rothschild School for Girls, Jerusalem
Evelina de Rothschild (1839 - 1866) was the daughter of Baron Lionel de Rothschild (1808-1879), the first Jew to sit in the British House of Commons

Background imageRothschild Collection: Opening Ceremony of the Tate Gallery, London, 1897

Opening Ceremony of the Tate Gallery, London, 1897
Illustration showing the Prince of Wales making a speech at the opening of the National Gallery of British Art, later known as the Tate Gallery and now Tate Britain, London, 1897

Background imageRothschild Collection: Mentmore Towers 1929

Mentmore Towers 1929
Aerial view of Mentmore Towers, Buckinghamshire. Built in 1855 for Baron Meyer Amschel de Rothschild & designed by Sir Joseph Paxton in the Elizabethan style

Background imageRothschild Collection: Nathan Mayer Rothschild

Nathan Mayer Rothschild
NATHAN MAYER ROTHSCHILD founder of the English branch of the international banking house; depicted at the Stock Exchange, London

Background imageRothschild Collection: The Rothschild Marriage: the bridal presents

The Rothschild Marriage: the bridal presents. Gifts for the marriage of Baron Alphonse de Rothschild and Miss Leonora Rothschild in the mansion at Gunnersbury Park, 1857. 1857



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