Scrooge Sees Marley FaceScrooge is startled to see Marleys face on his door, instead of the knocker
Scrooge and Marley GhostScrooge receives a visit from the ghost of Jacob Marley, his former business partner
Dickensian PartyMrs Fezziwigs Ball - shown to Scrooge by the Ghost of Christmas Past
Bob Cratchit & Tiny TimHappy at the prospect of a hearty Christmas dinner, due to the generosity of the reformed Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit carries his son Tiny Tim on his shoulder!
Scrooge at his DeskOld Scrooge sat busy in his counting house
Scrooge Sees GraveThe Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come shows Scrooge his gravestone
Cartoon, Queen Victorias Christmas, A Vision (based on Dickens story, A Christmas Carol). Gladstone as Scrooge sleeps while Disraeli (who had died five years earlier)
Scrooge and NephewScrooge scorns his nephews enthusiasm for Christmas, saying " Bah! Humbug!"
SCROOGE WITH SPIRITScrooge is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, who shows him his own dead body and grave. Date: First published: 1843
Apparitions: Scrooge and the ghost of Jacob MarleyThe miserly Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his former business colleague Marley. Date: 1835
Mr. Asquith as ScroogeDepicts Mr Asquith as Ebenezer Scrooge with regards to the subject of woman suffrage. Date: Dec 26th 1913
Field Lane Holborn / SlumA London slum street - Field Lane, Holborn : note the business premises of Scrooge and Fagan... Date: circa 1840
Customs / Christmas / Games /A vision of happy children, shown to Scrooge by the Ghost of Christmas Past Date: First published: 1843-44
Scrooge & Ghost" You will be haunted, " resumed the ghost, " by three spirits." Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley
Scrooge & Last SpiritScrooge is shown his tomb stone by the Last Spirit