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Spiders Collection

Background imageSpiders Collection: Various Arachnids

Various Arachnids
A variety of insects, including centipede, millipede, woodlouse, scorpion, spiders and ticks

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula spider - close-up of face

Tarantula spider - close-up of face (Trochosa singoriensis). South Tuva, Russia

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula spider - face

Tarantula spider - face (Trochosa singoriensis). South Tuva, Russia

Background imageSpiders Collection: Spiders

Spiders

Background imageSpiders Collection: Illustration, Mr Spider comes to stay

Illustration, Mr Spider comes to stay - windmill with spider and large cobweb Date: 1924

Background imageSpiders Collection: I dreamed of a little random elf

I dreamed of a little random elf, born in the sport of nature for simple, sweet enjoyment - fairy and elves Date: circa 1920s

Background imageSpiders Collection: Caricature of Victoriano Huerta, military officer, Mexico

Caricature of Victoriano Huerta, military officer, Mexico
Caricature of Victoriano Huerta (1850-1916), a military officer who became the 35th President of Mexico in 1913, but was overthrown in 1914. Date: 1913-1914

Background imageSpiders Collection: Zoo Misfitz card game - back of playing card

Zoo Misfitz card game - back of playing card, spiders web design. 1938

Background imageSpiders Collection: Sea spiders, Nymphon gracile, Nymphon hirtum

Sea spiders, Nymphon gracile, Nymphon hirtum (Nymphum femoratum). Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder from William Elford Leachs Zoological Miscellany

Background imageSpiders Collection: Pinktoe tarantula, tarantula wolf spiders

Pinktoe tarantula, tarantula wolf spiders
Pinktoe tarantula, Avicularia avicularia 1, 2, Italian species of tarantula wolf spiders, Lycosa tarantula 3-6, venomous spider from Curacao 7, 8

Background imageSpiders Collection: Illustration, Cymbeline, by William Shakespeare

Illustration, Cymbeline, by William Shakespeare
Illustration by Kenny Meadows to Cymbeline, by William Shakespeare. Introductory Remarks, with a spider in a web, holding a ring. Date: 1840

Background imageSpiders Collection: Ye Red Spider Tea Rooms, Church Street, Rickmansworth. Date: 1916

Ye Red Spider Tea Rooms, Church Street, Rickmansworth. Date: 1916

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula

Tarantula
THE TARANTULA With the method of curing those stung by it, which is effected by Music and DANCING - specifically, by dancing the tarantella Date: circa 1770

Background imageSpiders Collection: Puck on spiders thread

Puck on spiders thread
Puck seated on a spiders thread. Date: 1920

Background imageSpiders Collection: Hot air balloon

Hot air balloon
Silhouette of a man helping to inflate a hot-air balloon ready for launching. First published The Independent Date: 1987

Background imageSpiders Collection: Stunning portrait - Chic French girl in Spiders Web Cap

Stunning portrait - Chic French girl in Spiders Web Cap - see also: 10137800 Date: 1920s

Background imageSpiders Collection: Mado Minty 1913

Mado Minty 1913
Mado Minty, in theatrical spiders costume in Come Over Here, appearing in The London Opera House and also photographed in her private life. 1913

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula spider in threatening pose

Tarantula spider in threatening pose (Trochosa singoriensis). South Tuva, Russia

Background imageSpiders Collection: Spider Web Cloche Hat

Spider Web Cloche Hat
A rather unattractive young woman models a fantastical lace cloche hat with an elaborate spiders web radiating from the back - complete with spider

Background imageSpiders Collection: Holly Butterfly 1860

Holly Butterfly 1860
The HOLLY and other English butterflies

Background imageSpiders Collection: Little Miss Muffett and spider on a greetings card

Little Miss Muffett and spider on a greetings card. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageSpiders Collection: Spider Eats Man 1890S

Spider Eats Man 1890S
A rather large spider finds something nice to eat Date: 1890s

Background imageSpiders Collection: Mado Minty in the Spider Dance, 1916

Mado Minty in the Spider Dance, 1916
The famous dancer of the Folies Bergere, Mlle. Mado Minty, performing her famous spider dance, which proved a roaring success in London at the Alhambra in 1916. Date: 1916

Background imageSpiders Collection: Animals of Mount Everest, 1924

Animals of Mount Everest, 1924
Illustration showing Mount Everest and the wildlife seen there in 1924. The highest permanent human habitation was at 17, 000 feet; the highest plant-life about 18

Background imageSpiders Collection: Mlle. Mado Minty in Come Over Here by Mizner and Pemberton

Mlle. Mado Minty in Come Over Here by Mizner and Pemberton
Mlle. Mado Minty in Come Over Here, Revue by Wilson Mizner and Max Pemberton at The London Opera House, Kingsway. Mlle. Mado Minty is shown here climbing across an enormous net

Background imageSpiders Collection: Cartoon, Mr Pettitt, The Spiders Web

Cartoon, Mr Pettitt, The Spiders Web
Cartoon, Mr Pettitt takes the Spiders Web to a better Pitch. A satirical comment on Henry Alfred Pettitt (1848-1893), British actor and dramatist, with a reference to the title of one of his plays

Background imageSpiders Collection: Illustration, Little Miss Muffet

Illustration, Little Miss Muffet. (2 of 2) circa 1890s

Background imageSpiders Collection: Pink flowers and spider on a Christmas card

Pink flowers and spider on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageSpiders Collection: Great Tree Spider

Great Tree Spider
A Great Tree Spider Date: 1917

Background imageSpiders Collection: Sleeping Beauty - 3

Sleeping Beauty - 3
The prince enters the spellbound castle where everyone, humans and animals alike, have fallen asleep though to judge by the webs, spiders are not affected

Background imageSpiders Collection: SPAIN. Bilbao. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Exterior

SPAIN. Bilbao. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Exterior sight. Architecture

Background imageSpiders Collection: A large spider (unidentified) searches for prey

A large spider (unidentified) searches for prey on a sand bank of a small stream in the night, . primary rainforest of river DAnum valley, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia; June

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula - living in woods in river Tes-Hem valley

Tarantula - living in woods in river Tes-Hem valley (Trochosa singoriensis). Erzin settlement, South Tuva, Russia

Background imageSpiders Collection: Illustrated London News advertisement, 1913

Illustrated London News advertisement, 1913
Advertisement for weekly illustrated paper, The Illustrated London News in its sister publication The Sketch, using the metaphor of a spiders web to convey the wide spectrum of subjects covered in

Background imageSpiders Collection: Amiens, France - La Prefecture and La Rue de Metz-Leveque

Amiens, France - La Prefecture and La Rue de Metz-Leveque
Attractive card with two inset views of Amiens, Picardy, France - La Prefecture and a view from La Rue de Metz-Leveque (looking west from the street along a narrow stream/canal off La Somme River - a)

Background imageSpiders Collection: Children watching a spider weave its web

Children watching a spider weave its web
A girl and boy watch in wonder as a large spider weaves its web between branches. c. 1910

Background imageSpiders Collection: German Navy lampooned - World War One

German Navy lampooned - World War One
Propaganda postcard from the First World War lampooning the German Naval capability as a rusting weed-encasted hulk, unable to repond to the effective and nimble Allied naval fleet

Background imageSpiders Collection: Large spider in web

Large spider in web
A large spider sits patiently, watching as his web does all the work, reeling in his prey. 1925

Background imageSpiders Collection: Russian Berlin Work Pattern

Russian Berlin Work Pattern with a spider and his web. Date: 1937

Background imageSpiders Collection: JL. Little Miss Muffett

JL. Little Miss Muffett
Little Miss Muffet notices the spider... late 19th century

Background imageSpiders Collection: L Wain. Little Miss Muffett

L Wain. Little Miss Muffett
Little Miss Muffet -- a cat version. circa early 20th century

Background imageSpiders Collection: J Hassall. Little Miss Muffet

J Hassall. Little Miss Muffet
Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet... 20th century

Background imageSpiders Collection: Barbary Spider

Barbary Spider
The FASCIATA or BARBARY spider in its web with some flies it caught earlier. Date: 1795

Background imageSpiders Collection: Sempervivum Arachnoideum Laggeri

Sempervivum Arachnoideum Laggeri (Houseleek or Liveforever), a succulent alpine and sub-alpine plant of the Crassulaceae family which grows in rosettes

Background imageSpiders Collection: Scandinavian Arachnids

Scandinavian Arachnids
The people of 16th century Scandinavia are only slightly bothered by spiders in their webs and enormous flying insects; also some weird worms with heads

Background imageSpiders Collection: Bird-Eating Spider C1870

Bird-Eating Spider C1870
A Bird-Eating Spider lives up to its name

Background imageSpiders Collection: Scorpions & Spiders

Scorpions & Spiders
Various arachnida, including (1) Scorpion, (2) Tarantula, (3) Bird Catcher, (4) Water Spider (aquatic aranea), and (5) Diadem Spider

Background imageSpiders Collection: Bird-Catching Spider

Bird-Catching Spider
ARANEA AVICULARIA a bird-catching spider



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