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HMS Exeter arriving at Plymouth, Second World War, 1940
HMS Exeter arriving at Plymouth, Second World War, 1940
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Handley Page Victor B1 XA930 taking off from Hatfield
Handley Page Victor B1 XA930 taking off from Hatfield
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B-25 Mitchell Bomber taking off from Hornet'; Second World
B-25 Mitchell Bomber taking off from Hornet'; Second World
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Workshop of a carpenter and joiner
Workshop of a carpenter and joiner
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Off with the Old, On with the New by David Wright
Off with the Old, On with the New by David Wright
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Advert for Leica cameras 1934
Advert for Leica cameras 1934
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Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy
Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy
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Harley Davidson 1915
Harley Davidson 1915
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W.G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913
W.G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913
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Edward I removing the Stone of Scone
Edward I removing the Stone of Scone
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Pishiobury Approved School, Hertfordshire
Pishiobury Approved School, Hertfordshire
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NUREYEV, Rudolf
NUREYEV, Rudolf
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Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy Featured Print

Bonzos Latest: This Weeks Studdy

Famous dog, just after he had finally been christened with the name Bonzo'. He appears with a swollen eye after fighting with a wasp. George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948), was the creator of Bonzo, a small dog with saucer-like eyes and indiscriminate breeding who first appeared in the Sketch in 1922. The Bonzo craze swept the world resulting in postcards, annuals, toys and other merchandise. Studdy also produced a large body of work for the Sketch before and after Bonzo including his later creation, Ooloo the cat. His early cartoon dogs were simply known as the Studdy Dog until readers demanded a name and Bruce Ingram, the ILN editor, suggested his immortal moniker. Credit should read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./ILN/Mary Evan"

© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./ILN/Mary Evans

Alfa Romeo Tipo 158
Alfa Romeo Tipo 158
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Milkman and his Float
Milkman and his Float
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Bluebell Railway
Bluebell Railway
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Girls on Donkeys 1920S
Girls on Donkeys 1920S
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Teignmouth-Shaldon Toll
Teignmouth-Shaldon Toll
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Felixstowe Beach Hut
Felixstowe Beach Hut
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Coastal view of Funchal, Madeira with seaplane taking off
Coastal view of Funchal, Madeira with seaplane taking off
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Josephine Baker
Josephine Baker
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Airship of Uranus
Airship of Uranus
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Teignmouth from Shaldon
Teignmouth from Shaldon
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The Five ALL'S - John Kay
The Five ALL'S - John Kay
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Battle of Poitiers in the Hundred Years War
Battle of Poitiers in the Hundred Years War
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The Five ALL'S - John Kay Featured Print

The Five ALL'S - John Kay

Satirical cartoon by Scottish caricaturist John Kay (1742-1826) entitled The Five All's, depicting five characters and their interpretations of their reltion to All'. From the left, the Vicar states "I Pray For All", the Barristers states "I Plead For All", then the Farmer states "I Maintain For All", then the Military Officer states "I Fight For All" and in a wicked twist, the devil then states "I Take All"!

© Mary Evans Picture Library

George Washington Taking Command of the American Army
George Washington Taking Command of the American Army
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The Greely Arctic Expedition at its farthest point North, 18
The Greely Arctic Expedition at its farthest point North, 18
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Sailing Barge Match on the Thames, July 1864
Sailing Barge Match on the Thames, July 1864
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Police Officer and Dog
Police Officer and Dog
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Saucy dancer, wearing only balloons - Following raid
Saucy dancer, wearing only balloons - Following raid
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French maid taking a break
French maid taking a break
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Tomando Mate - Argentina
Tomando Mate - Argentina
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First world war air battle, by G. H. Davis
First world war air battle, by G. H. Davis
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Lake Windermere 1950S
Lake Windermere 1950S
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Bridge Club Tournament
Bridge Club Tournament
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Jerusalem Taken
Jerusalem Taken
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Saucy and silly seaside postcard with cheeky caption
Saucy and silly seaside postcard with cheeky caption
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Tomando Mate - Argentina Featured Print

Tomando Mate - Argentina

Gaucho taking mate in Argentina. Tomando mate or "taking mate," is a cultural practice, which refers literally to drinking a semi-bitter herbal infusion of crushed yerba mate leaves in hot water. One takes mate by putting the loose, crushed leaves in a mate gourd, pouring hot water (about 2 ounces at a time) over the leaves, and using a bombilla, or a metal straw with a strainer on the end to separate the water from the leaves, to drink the beverage. Few Argentines like tomando mate alone, however. This is an intensely social activity, and one person holds the thermos, pours new water into the gourd and passes it to each person in turn

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Franz Schubert/Nowak
Franz Schubert/Nowak
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Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic - The Sprudel at the Spa
Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic - The Sprudel at the Spa
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Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford
Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford
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Crusades/Richard 1
Crusades/Richard 1
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Advertisement for Silvikrin hair products
Advertisement for Silvikrin hair products
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The second production Concorde taking shape at Filton
The second production Concorde taking shape at Filton
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Olympics/1936/Gymnastics
Olympics/1936/Gymnastics
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Taking a ride over the Isle of Wight in an aeroplane
Taking a ride over the Isle of Wight in an aeroplane
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Suffragette Coronation Procession 1911 Souvenir
Suffragette Coronation Procession 1911 Souvenir
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Eating Spaghetti
Eating Spaghetti
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Alexander Kerensky, Russian leader, taking the salute
Alexander Kerensky, Russian leader, taking the salute
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Umpire at a Cricket Match, c.1905
Umpire at a Cricket Match, c.1905
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