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Background imageSeymour Collection: King Henry VIII and his three wife and children

King Henry VIII and his three wife and children
King Henry VIII (1491 - 1547), England Royalty, reigned (1509 1547) with three of his wifes and children. (Left to right) wives Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Catherine Parr, children Princess Elizabeth

Background imageSeymour Collection: King Henry VIII & Wives

King Henry VIII & Wives
KING HENRY VIII Portrait of the King of England with all his wives SEYMOUR/CLEVES/HOWARD HENRY VIII PARR/ARAGON/BOLEYN

Background imageSeymour Collection: Jane Seymour / Holbein

Jane Seymour / Holbein
JANE SEYMOUR 3rd wife of Henry VIII; died in childbirth; mother of Edward VI

Background imageSeymour Collection: Interior of tramshed, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire

Interior of tramshed, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire
Interior view of a tramshed at Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, showing various trams with advertising material: Jacobs Cream Crackers, Colmans Mustard, Lifebuoy Soap

Background imageSeymour Collection: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon marries Albert, Duke of York

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon marries Albert, Duke of York
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and Albert, Duke of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (then the Queen Mother) pictured together on their wedding day on 26th April 1923. Date: 1923

Background imageSeymour Collection: Dickens / Pickwick Papers

Dickens / Pickwick Papers
Front cover of the first issue with illustrations by Seymour, edited by Boz

Background imageSeymour Collection: Bluebell in Fairyland by Seymour Hicks and Ellaline Terriss

Bluebell in Fairyland by Seymour Hicks and Ellaline Terriss
Flyer for the revival of the musical Bluebell in Fairyland on 26th December 1927 at The Scala Theatre, by Seymour Hicks and Ellaline Terriss, with music by Walter Slaughter

Background imageSeymour Collection: Admiral Edward Hobart Seymour

Admiral Edward Hobart Seymour
Admiral Sir Edward Hobart Seymour in a Vanity Fair cartoon by Spy. Seymour (1840 - 1929) was a Royal Navy officer and Commander-in-Chief of the China Station during the Boxer Rebellion

Background imageSeymour Collection: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyons marries Albert, Duke of York

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyons marries Albert, Duke of York
Wedding group photograph on the occasion of the marriage of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyons (later Duchess of York, Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mother) to Albert, Duke of York on 26th April

Background imageSeymour Collection: Officers of No24 Squadron RAF in France 29 November 1918

Officers of No24 Squadron RAF in France 29 November 1918
Officers of No24 Squadron RAF in France, 29 November 1918. Back row: Lt R.D. Bridgewater, 2nd-Lts J.V. Flanagan, R.A. Eldridge and H.A. Young, Lt V.H. Simmers, 2nd-Lt G.H. Whitehead, Lts N.H

Background imageSeymour Collection: Lady with Crystal Ball

Lady with Crystal Ball
Thanks to her crystal ball, actress Patience Seymour can see more

Background imageSeymour Collection: Hugh Walpole / Cig Card

Hugh Walpole / Cig Card
SIR HUGH SEYMOUR WALPOLE English novelist born in New Zealand

Background imageSeymour Collection: Jane Seymour / Robinson

Jane Seymour / Robinson
JANE SEYMOUR 3rd wife of Henry VIII; died in childbirth; mother of Edward VI

Background imageSeymour Collection: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon on her wedding day

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon on her wedding day
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (1900-2002), later Duchess of York, then Queen Elizabeth, then Queen Mother, pictured leaving her parents house in Bruton Street

Background imageSeymour Collection: Seymour Whalley

Seymour Whalley

Background imageSeymour Collection: Poulton Priory, Gloucestershire

Poulton Priory, Gloucestershire
This photograph shows a distant view of Poulton Priory, or the priory of St. Mary, in Gloucestershire. The sire was originally founded as a chantry chapel in 1337 by Sir Thomas Seymour

Background imageSeymour Collection: John Seymour Lucas, artist, portrait by John Singer Sargent

John Seymour Lucas, artist, portrait by John Singer Sargent Date: 1905

Background imageSeymour Collection: John Seymour Lucas, artist, in suit of armour

John Seymour Lucas, artist, in suit of armour
John Seymour Lucas (1849-1923), artist, in one of his suits of armour Date: late 19th century

Background imageSeymour Collection: St. Mary Le Strand

St. Mary Le Strand
An etching of the St. Mary Le Strand church located at the eastern end of the Strand, in Westminster, London. After being pulled down in 1549 by Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset

Background imageSeymour Collection: Scene from No No Nanette

Scene from No No Nanette
Scene from ??no, no, Nanette?. It is a musical comedy with lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach, music by Vincent Youmans, and a book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel

Background imageSeymour Collection: King George V at Wimbledon

King George V at Wimbledon
King George V (1865-1936) and Queen Mary (1867-1953) in the Royal Box at Wimbledon. They are accompanied by, amongst others

Background imageSeymour Collection: The Racehorse Chosroes

The Racehorse Chosroes
The racehorse Chosroes, winner of the Manchester Cup and Hardwicke Stakes in 1924. Also pictured are owner Admiral Sir Hedworth Meux (1856-1929)

Background imageSeymour Collection: The Gordon Riots, street scene

The Gordon Riots, street scene Date: 1780

Background imageSeymour Collection: King Charles I before Gloucester, English Civil War

King Charles I before Gloucester, English Civil War Date: 1640s

Background imageSeymour Collection: Turkish Bath With Two Figures

Turkish Bath With Two Figures
A drypoint etching of a male and female figure at a Turkish bath, with curtain separating. Used as a promotion for Herbert S. Gilkes, print dealer based in Sydney. Date: circa 1865

Background imageSeymour Collection: Windmill Hill, Dorsetshire

Windmill Hill, Dorsetshire
A landscape etching of Windmill Hill, in Dorsetshire, England. Date: 1877

Background imageSeymour Collection: Sunset in Ireland

Sunset in Ireland
A landscape etching of a narrow, winding river during sunset in Ireland. Date: 1863

Background imageSeymour Collection: The Duke of Westminster visiting an aero club

The Duke of Westminster visiting an aero club
Hugh Grosvenor, 2nd Duke of Westminster (1879-1953) paying a visit to an aero club at Eastchurch on the Isle of Sheppey. Date: 1910

Background imageSeymour Collection: Illustration of Seymour Hicks as Richard III at the Coliseum theatre. From a section

Illustration of Seymour Hicks as Richard III at the Coliseum theatre. From a section, London Nights Entertainments'. Seymour Hicks (1871-1949), actor, music hall performer, playwright

Background imageSeymour Collection: Anne Seymour Damer, English sculptor

Anne Seymour Damer, English sculptor
Anne Seymour Damer, nee Conway (1748-1828), English sculptor

Background imageSeymour Collection: Perishable Coffins 1875 Death Funerals Exhibition

Perishable Coffins 1875 Death Funerals Exhibition
perishable, coffins, 1875, death, funerals, exhibition, stafford, house, mr, seymour, haden, made, wicker, the, of, and, with, at, by, 1870s, victorian, biodegradable, coffin

Background imageSeymour Collection: Republic F-105D Thunderchief 61-0056

Republic F-105D Thunderchief 61-0056
Republic F-105D-15-RE Thunderchief 61-0056 (MSN D251), on display at at Seymour Johnson AFB. Date: circa 2000

Background imageSeymour Collection: Canadair CL-13A Sabre 5 23238

Canadair CL-13A Sabre 5 23238 (msn 1018), on display at Seymour Johnson AFB, painted as F-86F 51-12972 Billie, which collided in mid-air near Cho-Do Island

Background imageSeymour Collection: Katie Seymour in The Shop Girl

Katie Seymour in The Shop Girl Date: 1890s

Background imageSeymour Collection: Seymour Hicks as Jonathan Wild in Little Jack Sheppard

Seymour Hicks as Jonathan Wild in Little Jack Sheppard Date: 1890s

Background imageSeymour Collection: Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Francis Seymour

Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Francis Seymour
Vintage 19th century photograph: Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Francis Seymour GCB, GCH, PC (17 September 1787 - 20 January 1870) was a Royal Navy officer

Background imageSeymour Collection: A page from the Illustrated London News, 12th February 1853

A page from the Illustrated London News, 12th February 1853, with illustrations of Her Majestys sloop Rattlesnake fitted for the new Arctic expedition; Digby Seymour

Background imageSeymour Collection: Sixth Carriage of the Royal Household in Queen Victoria s

Sixth Carriage of the Royal Household in Queen Victoria s
Sixth Carriage of the Royal Household in Queen Victorias coronation parade. Two Maids of Honor, Hon. Miss Lister and Hon. Miss Paget, Keeper of the Privy Purse, Sir Henry Wheatley

Background imageSeymour Collection: The Countess Spencer

The Countess Spencer
Charlotte Frances Frederica Spencer, Countess Spencer VA (nÚÑáSeymour) (1835 1903), daughter of Frederick Charles William Seymour (a son of Lord Hugh Seymour)

Background imageSeymour Collection: Clubland caricatures: Garrick Club celebrities

Clubland caricatures: Garrick Club celebrities
Caricatures of some of the associates of the Garrick Club including; Sir Squire Bancroft, one of the trustees Lord Burnham, Gerall du Maurier, Seymour Hicks, Sir John Hare and Sir Arthur Pinero

Background imageSeymour Collection: Marie Dorval in Lady Seymour, Theatre de la

Marie Dorval in Lady Seymour, Theatre de la
Marie Dorval in Charles Duveyriers Lady Seymour, Theatre de la Porte St. Martin, 1845. Handcoloured lithograph after an illustration by Alexandre Lacauchie from Victor Dollets Galerie Dramatique

Background imageSeymour Collection: Clarence as Arthur Seymour in Lady Seymour, 1845

Clarence as Arthur Seymour in Lady Seymour, 1845
Clarence in the role of Arthur Seymour in Charles Duveyriers Lady Seymour, Theatre de la Porte St. Martin, 1845. Handcoloured lithograph after an illustration by Alexandre Lacauchie from Victor

Background imageSeymour Collection: Achille Raucourt as Colonel Perkins in Lady Seymour, 1845

Achille Raucourt as Colonel Perkins in Lady Seymour, 1845
Achille Raucourt as Colonel Perkins in Lady Seymour by Charles Duveyrier, Theatre de la Porte St. Martin, 1845. Handcoloured lithograph after an illustration by Alexandre Lacauchie from Victor

Background imageSeymour Collection: Illustration, Strawberries and cream

Illustration, Strawberries and cream. first published 1838

Background imageSeymour Collection: Illustration, Still the glass says very wet

Illustration, Still the glass says very wet. first published 1838

Background imageSeymour Collection: Illustration, an Epicurean

Illustration, an Epicurean. first published 1838

Background imageSeymour Collection: Illustration, Bowled out

Illustration, Bowled out. first published 1838

Background imageSeymour Collection: Illustration, One that got away

Illustration, One that got away. first published 1838



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