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National Savings Group wartime poster
Convoy your country to victory : save and lend through our National Savings Group. World War II poster illustrated by warship flying the Royal Navy ensign

Background imageSave Collection: WW2 poster, Britains Sea Power, Destroyers in line ahead, maintain it with your savings

WW2 poster, Britains Sea Power, Destroyers in line ahead, maintain it with your savings. Date: circa 1940

Background imageSave Collection: Kitchener Poster - Your Country Needs You

Kitchener Poster - Your Country Needs You
Poster, Britons - (Kitchener) wants YOU. Join your countrys army. The classic World War One recruitment poster designed by Alfred Leete. circa 1916

Background imageSave Collection: Poster: Save kitchen scraps to feed the hens

Poster: Save kitchen scraps to feed the hens! Keep it dry, free from glass, metal, bones, paper, etc. It also feeds pigs. Your council will collect. 1940s

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WW2 poster, Switch off that Light! Less Light -- More Planes. Date: 1940s

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Odin and Hounds
Odin (Wodan), Scandinavian supreme god of the dead etc with his hounds Hugin, Munin, Geri and Freki, fierce enough but they will not save him from the wolf Fenrir

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The Lions Bride by Gabriel Cornelius Ritter von Max
The Lions Bride - a painting by Gabriel Cornelius Ritter von Max (18401915) was a Prague-born Austrian painter. The scene was depicted in motion picture form as an hommage in the Gloria Swanson film

Background imageSave Collection: Wartime poster, save bread, serve potatoes

Wartime poster, save bread, serve potatoes
Wartime poster encouraging people to save bread (and you save lives), serve potatoes (and you serve the country). Depicting a loaf of bread inside a lifebelt. 1940s

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Keep a Pig poster
Poster from the Small Pig Keepers Council encouraging the keeping of pigs during wartime - save waste and make food - illustrated by a man in cardigan and hat with a bucket of slops for the pig

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British Military Recruitment Poster, WWI
His Majestys Coldstream Guards, God Save the King. Chromolithograph recruitment poster after Ernest Ibbetson, 1914. Showing central group in various uniforms

Background imageSave Collection: Recruitment Poster - British Military 1900

Recruitment Poster - British Military 1900
THE BUFFS EAST KENT REGIMENT, 1900 (c). Poster, artist unknown, published for the Ministry of Defence, 1900 (c). Recruitment poster with uniform studies of soldiers from 1572 to 1896

Background imageSave Collection: WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish

WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish
WW2 poster, The worker who left the lights on -- Don t be fuel-ish. Wasted electricity means less fuel to make the weapons we need for victory

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WW2 greetings card, Corporal Joan Pearson
WW2 greetings card, Corporal J.D.M. Pearson, official war picture by Laura Knight, official war picture from the National Gallery

Background imageSave Collection: Spithead & Shoreham Air Ferries Poster

Spithead & Shoreham Air Ferries Poster
Poster, Spithead & Shoreham Air Ferries, showing a passenger plane G-ABVB above a map of the south coast. Save time, see more, give your holiday a flying start

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Stephen Tennant as Prince Charming
Stephen Tennant in fancy dress at the Pageant of Romantic Historical Lovers. The party was organised by Olga Lynn for Marie Tempests London Pride matinee at the New Theatre

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Save Food Poster / Wwi
Poster depicting a British soldier encouraging those on the home front to save food in response to food shortages due to German U-boat targeting of British merchant ships

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Save Food / Wwi Poster
A First World War poster encouraging people to save food, featuring a sailor about to embark for war on a battle ship

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Don t Waste Bread Wwi
Poster advising the public to eat less bread, and save two thick slices a day to defeat the U-boats during WWI. Thats a dangerous way to cut bread!

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Wizard Oz / Dorothy / Toto
Dorothy and Toto are caught up by the tornado : she manages to save him by catching him by the ear

Background imageSave Collection: WW2 poster, Wings for Victory, Lets Go, National Savings. Date: circa 1944

WW2 poster, Wings for Victory, Lets Go, National Savings. Date: circa 1944

Background imageSave Collection: Breeches-Buoy used to save the crew of Esras, East Runton

Breeches-Buoy used to save the crew of Esras, East Runton
Illustration showing a Breeches-Buoy in use, to save the crew of the Norwegian ship Esras, East Runton, Norfolk, 1901. Esras had run aground on the Hasboro sands

Background imageSave Collection: Poster advertising Post Office Savings Bank

Poster advertising Post Office Savings Bank
Poster advertising the Post Office Savings Bank -- money is power. Showing two tall smoking chimneys, possibly of Battersea Power Station. 20th century

Background imageSave Collection: Joan the Maid - Kay Nielsen. The Most Noble Warrior Saint in the Christian Calendar

Joan the Maid - Kay Nielsen. The Most Noble Warrior Saint in the Christian Calendar. Date: 1924

Background imageSave Collection: First Royal Variety Show dress rehersal, 1912

First Royal Variety Show dress rehersal, 1912
The dress rehearsal for the first Royal Variety Show performance at the Palace Theatre, 1912, which was attended by many celebrities

Background imageSave Collection: Advert for the Ministry of Food 1940

Advert for the Ministry of Food 1940
The weeks food facts No. 6. If you eat more than you need, you are wasting food as surely as if you had thrown it away. So eat what you need, but no more. Buy wisely and cater strictly

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Wartime poster, More Ships -- come on! War Savings are Warships. Encouraging people to save money and help the war effort. Featuring a British bulldog wearing an HMS Victory naval cap. 1940s

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Police group on Coronation Day, 1911
A group of policemen pose for their photograph outside Hammersmith Police Station, west London, to commemorate the Coronation of King George V

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Carol Singing / Dressed Up
God save you Merrie Gentil Men

Background imageSave Collection: Cookery Magazine 1917

Cookery Magazine 1917
A wartime issue of this popular cookery magazine - Splendid Flour Substitute recipes, Making the meat go round, the sugar shortage, How to save bread

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Augustus II King Poland
AUGUST II, king of Poland He was also Elector of Saxony as Friedrich August I, but this did not save him from being deposed

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Desclieux / Coffee Plant
Captain Gabriel Mathieu Desclieux, a French Navy Officer, uses his water ration to save a single coffee plant which instigated the entire Martinique Coffee Industry

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Constantine XI Palaeolog
CONSTANTINE XI PALAEOLOGUS The last Byzantine Emperor, who died trying to save Constantinople from the Turks

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Arsenal & Newcastle. Bateup ready to save for the Arsenal
Slide showing a photograph from a football match with the words: Arsenal & Newcastle. Bateup ready to save for the Arsenal. Edwin (Teddy) Bateup (16 May 1881 29 April 1939). Part of Box 366

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God Save the King in living letters on HMS Terrible
An impressive living display formed by the crew (dressed in white) of H.M.S. Terrible in honour of the Coronation of King Edward VII in 1902. It was organised by Captain Percy Scott R.N

Background imageSave Collection: An illustration of the last moments of the Titanic

An illustration of the last moments of the Titanic
Calmly awaiting the order to save themselves: Stokers of the Titanic standing in a squad on the vessel while she was sinking fast

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Arsenal vs. Stoke, Highbury, 1928
Photograph showing Dixon, the Stoke goalkeeper, attempting to save a shot from one of the Arsenal forwards, during the F.A. Cup Sixth Round match held at Highbury Stadium, 1928

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Kitchen Cabinet Advert
Still wearing her wedding dress, a bride admires the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet which will help her to stay young because it will save her so much kitchen drudgery

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Forfarshire Shipwreck 5
When this paddle steamer wrecks on the Farne Islands, off Northumberland, lighthouse keeper Darling and 18-year old daughter Grace row to the wreck and save nine

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NUPE and GMBATU school meals campaign, Croydon
NUPE and GMBATU representatives at a press conference to launch a Save our school meals campaign in the London Borough of Croydon, 29 June 1983. Date: 1983

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Louis XVI does his Best
Allegorical depiction of Louis XVI doing his best for his country, conferring with Justice, Economy, Truth and Religion : alas, they cannot save him from the guillotine. Date: 4 May 1789

Background imageSave Collection: WW2 poster, Lend a Hand, War Savings

WW2 poster, Lend a Hand, War Savings Date: early 1940s

Background imageSave Collection: Saint Joan the Maid by Kay Nielsen. How Joan the Maid of Lorraine saw visions

Saint Joan the Maid by Kay Nielsen. How Joan the Maid of Lorraine saw visions and was called upon to deliver France... Date: 1920

Background imageSave Collection: W Heath Robinson - The Lullaby Bed

W Heath Robinson - The Lullaby Bed, to save getting out of bed to rock baby when he is troublesome at night

Background imageSave Collection: Illustration, La Chanson de Roland

Illustration, La Chanson de Roland (The Song of Roland), Battle of Roncevaux (778). Charlemagne hears Rolands horn, calling for help, but they will arrive too late to save the hero. Date: 778

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Victorian Magic Lantern Slide

Background imageSave Collection: Victorian Magic Lantern Slide God Save The Queen

Victorian Magic Lantern Slide God Save The Queen

Background imageSave Collection: Cws Coop Cooperative Wholesale Society Navy Cut

Cws Coop Cooperative Wholesale Society Navy Cut
cws, coop, cooperative, wholesale, society, navy, cut, juniors, young, woman, cigarette, tobacco, cigarettes, packet, advert, advertising, playing, card, back, smiling, they, save, satisfy, 13944189

Background imageSave Collection: 3d off Surf Washing Powder, advertising flyer

3d off Surf Washing Powder, advertising flyer
3d (three pence) off Surf Washing Powder, advertising flyer in shape of 12-sided threepenny coin Date: 1958



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