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Background imageSaving Collection: Cricket at the Oval

Cricket at the Oval
Lord Harris saving a 4 for the home side during their Test against the Australians at the Oval. England won by 5 wickets

Background imageSaving Collection: Wartime pig food poster

Wartime pig food poster
We Want Your Kitchen Waste - poster encouraging the saving of food scraps for use as pig food, to be collected by the council. It also feeds poultry

Background imageSaving Collection: Northern Trust Company Bank, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Northern Trust Company Bank, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Northern Trust Company Bank, La Salle and Monroe Streets, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageSaving Collection: Postcard for the Budget League

Postcard for the Budget League chaired by Winston Churchill to promote the Peoples Budget introduced by David Lloyd George. Tax the Loafer - not the loaf!

Background imageSaving Collection: Grace Darling, rowing with her father

Grace Darling, rowing with her father
Grace Horsley Darling (1815 - 1842), daughter of the lighthouse keeper, William Darling, on the Farne Islands, seen here rowing with her father to the sinking steamboat the SS Forfarshire in 1838

Background imageSaving Collection: WW2 greetings card, Corporal Joan Pearson

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 imageSaving Collection: Bank Vault

Bank Vault
The Diebold Safe & Lock Co. Vault at The New Britain Trust Co. Bank Vault

Background imageSaving Collection: A glamorous female model with her trusty Goblin Teasmade

A glamorous female model with her trusty Goblin Teasmade
A stylish female model wakes up fresh-faced and ready now to face the day thanks to a few sips from a hearty brew prepared by her faithful bedside Goblin Teasmade. How Delicious! Date: 1960s

Background imageSaving Collection: Lifeboat and crewmen at Appledore, Devon

Lifeboat and crewmen at Appledore, Devon
View of the local lifeboat and crewmen at Appledore, on the North Devon coast. The lifeboat has left the shore, and the crewmen are wading in the shallows

Background imageSaving Collection: Douglas Dakota picking up a glider, Normandy; Second World W

Douglas Dakota picking up a glider, Normandy; Second World W
Illustration showing a Douglas Dakota, C-47 Skytrain, swooping down with a hook trailing to pick up a Waco glider, Normandy, France, 1944

Background imageSaving Collection: Bembridge Lifeboat Stn

Bembridge Lifeboat Stn
The Lifeboat Station at Bembridge, Isle of Wight, England

Background imageSaving Collection: Saving of Audacious Crew

Saving of Audacious Crew
Audacious, one of the most powerful members of the Allied fleet, is sunk by a German mine. A rescue operation is immediately begun

Background imageSaving Collection: Guns at Maiwand

Guns at Maiwand
BATTLE OF MAIWAND Saving the guns : though the British force was defeated by the Afghans, they were able to retreat to Kandahar in relatively good order

Background imageSaving Collection: Grace Darling, lighthouse keeper's daughter

Grace Darling, lighthouse keeper's daughter
Grace Horsley Darling (1815 - 1842), daughter of the lighthouse keeper, William Darling, on the Farne Islands, who rowed with her father to the sinking steamboat the SS Forfarshire in 1838

Background imageSaving Collection: Bank Vault

Bank Vault
The Diebold Safe & Lock Co. Vault in The Bank of Montreal, New York. Bank Vault

Background imageSaving Collection: Walter Raleigh lays his cloak at Queen Elizabeth Is feet

Walter Raleigh lays his cloak at Queen Elizabeth Is feet
Sir Walter Raleigh lays his cloak at Queen Elizabeth Is feet to prevent her from getting muddy feet. The fanciful, romantic tale of the cloak

Background imageSaving Collection: Poster, Back the Great Attack with War Savings

Poster, Back the Great Attack with War Savings, showing WW2 soldiers running across a beach. 1940s

Background imageSaving 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 imageSaving Collection: Dog Rescued from Wreck

Dog Rescued from Wreck
All saved ! the last crew member of a sinking sailing boat is pulled to safety on a breeches buoy, clutching the ships dog

Background imageSaving Collection: WW1 - USA Saving Humanity by joining the war

WW1 - USA Saving Humanity by joining the war. Date: 1918

Background imageSaving Collection: Board of Trade Rocket Apparatus for Saving Lives from Shipwr

Board of Trade Rocket Apparatus for Saving Lives from Shipwr
Engraving showing Board of Trade equipment for use to help shipwrecked sailors, 1886. The items are (from left to right, top to bottom)

Background imageSaving Collection: WW2 Poster -- Don t Waver, Help Wavell

WW2 Poster -- Don t Waver, Help Wavell
Dont Waver, Help Wavell. En---ds War Weapons Week, 17-24 May 1940. War saving photolithographic poster, published by The National Savings Committee, London, The Scottish Savings Committee

Background imageSaving Collection: Second Coxswain Mann of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station, 1909

Second Coxswain Mann of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station, 1909
Photographic portrait of Second Coxswain Mann, of the City of Winchester and Dresden, both Aldeburgh lifeboats; credited with saving hundreds of lives

Background imageSaving Collection: Greatheads Lifeboat 2

Greatheads Lifeboat 2
In a heavy sea, Greatheads lifeboat puts out to the aid of a vessel in distress : the helmsman stands aft, the look- out in the bows, the ten oarsmen row as best they can. Date: 1791

Background imageSaving Collection: Lifeboat / Boys own Paper

Lifeboat / Boys own Paper
The lifeboat to the rescue in stormy seas. 1901

Background imageSaving Collection: Tynemouth Lifeboat

Tynemouth Lifeboat
The Tynemouth lifeboat closing on a wrecked ship in a stormy sea off Tynemouth Priory and lighthouse Date: circa 1840

Background imageSaving Collection: Wartime poster, More Ships

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

Background imageSaving Collection: Safety Deposit Vault

Safety Deposit Vault
Merchantile Safe Deposit Co. 120 Broadway, c. 1904. Safety deposit vault with mosaic tile floor flanked by banks of safe deposit boxes

Background imageSaving Collection: Launch - Cromer Lifeboat

Launch - Cromer Lifeboat
The return of the Cromer lifeboat after assisting a crippled trawler to port

Background imageSaving Collection: Lifeboat to Sail Ship

Lifeboat to Sail Ship
Lifeboat going to the aid of a sailing ship in trouble

Background imageSaving Collection: Penzance Lifeboat Rescue

Penzance Lifeboat Rescue
The Penzance lifeboat, Richard Lewis, goes out to the North Britain, wrecked in Mounts Bay

Background imageSaving Collection: Launching the Lifeboat

Launching the Lifeboat
Launching the lifeboat from a carriage into a rough sea whilst the crew climb aboard

Background imageSaving Collection: Advertisement for Viota cake mixes

Advertisement for Viota cake mixes, marketed by Stoddart & Hansford Ltd of Islington Green, London. Who's been helping Mother

Background imageSaving Collection: W Heath Robinson - Peeling Potatoes by Gramophone

W Heath Robinson - Peeling Potatoes by Gramophone

Background imageSaving Collection: Sundial in Petts Wood, Kent

Sundial in Petts Wood, Kent
A rambler stops to look at a sundial in Petts Wood, Kent, set up in memory of William Willett, pioneer of daylight saving whose ideas led to British Summer Time. 1939

Background imageSaving Collection: Poster advertising National Savings

Poster advertising National Savings (the best British recipe for prosperity), with six recipes from one of the first television chefs, Philip Harben (1906-1970). circa 1940s

Background imageSaving Collection: Kenwood Mixer C1950S

Kenwood Mixer C1950S
A Kenwood mixer

Background imageSaving Collection: The Brighton Lifeboat

The Brighton Lifeboat
The lifeboat at Brighton, Sussex, is dragged into the water : the boat carries sails to assist the oarsmen if the wind is in a favourable direction

Background imageSaving Collection: Saving Swiss Souls

Saving Swiss Souls
A brave English Salvationist preaches to the clientele of a Swiss tavern, but any moment now the police will arrive and accuse of her of breaching the peace

Background imageSaving Collection: Boytons Water Show / Suit

Boytons Water Show / Suit
Captain Paul Boyton demonstrates his life-saving suit at the Worlds Water Show at Earls Court, London

Background imageSaving Collection: William Willett

William Willett
WILLIAM WILLETT A wealthy builder who was the originator of daylight saving

Background imageSaving Collection: Robertson Light Bulbs

Robertson Light Bulbs
Long life bulbs are nothing new - the Robertson incandescent electric lamp promises you long life and a saving of current into the bargain !

Background imageSaving Collection: Throwing the Life-Line

Throwing the Life-Line
A member of the lifeboat crew wearing a cork flotation jacket is about to throw out the life-line during a rescue

Background imageSaving Collection: An Incident in the Attack on Bomarsund, Crimean War, 21 June 1854

An Incident in the Attack on Bomarsund, Crimean War, 21 June 1854. During the battle a shell landed on board. Charles Davis Lucas threw it back overboard, and it exploded before reaching water

Background imageSaving Collection: Woman saving baby during shipwreck at sea

Woman saving baby during shipwreck at sea
My Child! My Child! Woman saving baby during shipwreck at sea. Date: ca. 1865

Background imageSaving Collection: Life Saving Corps, USA

Life Saving Corps, USA

Background imageSaving Collection: The Life Saving Corps, USA, early 1900s

The Life Saving Corps, USA, early 1900s



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