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Background imageTotal Collection: The Underwriter Who Missed The Total Loss, by H. M. Bateman

The Underwriter Who Missed The Total Loss, by H. M. Bateman
The inside of Lloyds and the Lutine bell, which is rung to announce a total loss, one stroke for bad news and two for good. Date: 1933

Background imageTotal Collection: Baphomet by Eliphas Levi - Equilibrium of Opposites

Baphomet by Eliphas Levi - Equilibrium of Opposites
Baphomet - associated with a " Sabbatic Goat" image drawn by Eliphas Levi (shown here), containing binary elements representing the " sum total of the universe" (e.g)

Background imageTotal Collection: Baphomet - Equilibrium of Opposites

Baphomet - Equilibrium of Opposites
Baphomet - associated with a " Sabbatic Goat" image drawn by Eliphas Levi (on which this illustration is based)

Background imageTotal Collection: Avebury / Stukeley Map

Avebury / Stukeley Map
A beautifully drawn overhead plan of the stone circles and embankment ditches at Avebury. Stukeleys accuracy is impressive, charting every stone, pasture and building

Background imageTotal Collection: Boeing 377 SGT Super Guppy F-BTGV Airbus Finningley

Boeing 377 SGT Super Guppy F-BTGV Airbus Finningley
The first of a total of 4 Super Guppy Turbines to be built by Aero Spacelines. Flew for Airbus for more than 20 years transporting Concorde and Airbus sections

Background imageTotal Collection: Starlight bent by the Suns Attraction: The Einstein Theory

Starlight bent by the Suns Attraction: The Einstein Theory
This diagram drawn by W. B. Robinson illustrates Professor Einsteins Theory that light is subject to gravitation. The drawing was based on British observers photographs at the eclipse of the sun

Background imageTotal Collection: Battle of Culloden

Battle of Culloden
The final charge of the Royal troops, commanded by the duke of Cumberland, leading to total victory over the forces of the Young Pretender

Background imageTotal Collection: Consolidated B-24 Liberator final assembly line at Ford

Consolidated B-24 Liberator final assembly line at Ford Motor Companys Willow Run plant Of the total 18, 482 built, this one plant produced a half

Background imageTotal Collection: Suffragettes Released from Prison

Suffragettes Released from Prison. A group of suffragette prisoners leave Holloway Prison on 31st July 1908, smiling and waving

Background imageTotal Collection: The astronomers waiting for the eclipse

The astronomers waiting for the eclipse
The eclipse expedition in India to observe the total eclipse of the sun. Mr. Norman Lockyer is shown seated a little to the left beneath the umbrella

Background imageTotal Collection: Statement of Poor Relief in St Lukes Parish, 1854

Statement of Poor Relief in St Lukes Parish, 1854
A printed summary statement of the poor relief statistics for the London parish of St Luke for the week ending 5 August 1854

Background imageTotal Collection: Stonehenge / Stukeley

Stonehenge / Stukeley
A peep into the Sanctum Sanctorum. Stukeley states When we advance.. the chasm of sky between the jambs of the cell.. and the greatness of every part, surprizes

Background imageTotal Collection: Convair CV-580 TIFS N21466

Convair CV-580 TIFS N21466 (msn 466), an in-flight Simulator fitted with a Boeing 707 nose. (one of two TIFS - Total In-Flight Simulator, based on the CV-580 and NC-131H) Date: circa 1990

Background imageTotal Collection: Hiller YH-32 Hornet 55-4963

Hiller YH-32 Hornet 55-4963
United States Army - Hiller YH-32-UH Hornet 55-4963 (msn 7), at an air display on a US Naval Air Station, (note the single-bladed tail-rotor and the hand-held starting engine)

Background imageTotal Collection: Leduc 0. 21 01, mounted on a S. E. 161

Leduc 0. 21 01, mounted on a S. E. 161
Leduc 0.21 01, mounted on its SNCASE SE.161 Languedoc mother-ship, parked next door to the second 0.21, also mounted on a Languedoc mother-ship

Background imageTotal Collection: Georges Carpentier

Georges Carpentier
A side profile portrait painting of French boxer, Georges Carpentier, 1894-1975, holding a total of 89 wins, his nickname was Orchid Man

Background imageTotal Collection: Ocean Liners - large collection of postcards

Ocean Liners - large collection of postcards
Ocean Liners - a collection of approximately fifty original black and white postcards. White Star Line, Cunard Line, Adriatic, Arabic, Britannic (III), Celtic, Georgic, Laconia, Lancastria, Majestic

Background imageTotal Collection: RMS Titanic - Maria Robinson's locket and brooch

RMS Titanic - Maria Robinson's locket and brooch
RMS Titanic - property of Maria Robinson, fiancee of Wallace Hartley, bandleader and violinist, who died in the disaster. A 9 carat rose gold small oval locket

Background imageTotal Collection: Melbourne scoreboard showing England's 589 total

Melbourne scoreboard showing England's 589 total
Melbourne scoreboard showing England's record total of 589, tour of Australia Date: 1912

Background imageTotal Collection: Switzerland - Rosenlaui, Falls of Reichenbach (2)

Switzerland - Rosenlaui, Falls of Reichenbach (2)
Coloured lantern slide of a view of the Reichenbach Falls. Rosenlaui is the highest settlement in the alpine valley of Reichenbachtal with its water, the Reichenbach

Background imageTotal Collection: Switzerland - Rosenlaui, Falls of Reichenbach (1)

Switzerland - Rosenlaui, Falls of Reichenbach (1)
Coloured lantern slide of a view of the Reichenbach Falls. Rosenlaui is the highest settlement in the alpine valley of Reichenbachtal with its water, the Reichenbach

Background imageTotal Collection: Oaks Colliery 1866

Oaks Colliery 1866
The colliery at Barnsley, England, where three explosions in December 1866 left a total of 361 men and boys dead. Date: December 1866

Background imageTotal Collection: Convair NC-131H 53-7793

Convair NC-131H 53-7793
United States Air Force - Convair NC-131H 53-7793, of the Air Force Flight Dynamics Lab as the USAF-CAL TIFS, (Total In-Flight Simulator). Date: circa 1990

Background imageTotal Collection: Wreck of the ship Cromdale at the Lizard

Wreck of the ship Cromdale at the Lizard
The British built iron sailing barque Cromdale ran into the Lizard rocks in thick fog on May 23 1913. She was carrying a cargo of nitrates from Chile and was a total wreck Date: 1913

Background imageTotal Collection: Hereford: Automobile Club Small Car Trials 1904

Hereford: Automobile Club Small Car Trials 1904
In 1904 The Automobile Club organised a trial of light cars from August 29 to September 3, on routes radiating daily from Hereford for six days

Background imageTotal Collection: Achilles Statue, Hyde Park

Achilles Statue, Hyde Park
The Wellington Monument is a statue of Achilles erected as a memorial to Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington and his victories in the Peninsular War

Background imageTotal Collection: Frenchmen marching in London after enlisting 1939

Frenchmen marching in London after enlisting 1939
French reservists marching with French flags over Westminster Bridge, after reporting to and being registered by the French Consulate for military service, just after the outbreak of war

Background imageTotal Collection: Stationery, Kitchen Ironmongers

Stationery, Kitchen Ironmongers, Shipston-on-Stour, with handwritten details, total account eleven shillings and sixpence. 1905

Background imageTotal Collection: Harbour scene at Monte Carlo, Monaco

Harbour scene at Monte Carlo, Monaco. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageTotal Collection: 2 MISERS COUNT LOOT

2 MISERS COUNT LOOT
Two misers count their wealth and enter the total in their ledger

Background imageTotal Collection: Convair C-131B Samaritan O-53-7793

Convair C-131B Samaritan O-53-7793 (MSN 245) assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1974 designated NC-131B prior to re-engining as NC-131H

Background imageTotal Collection: The Real Thing - American Roller Skating girl

The Real Thing - American Roller Skating girl, flying around the rink, her arms crossed in total confidence to the admiration of all of the onlookers. Date: 1907

Background imageTotal Collection: Total solar eclipse in England, 1927

Total solar eclipse in England, 1927
Diagram explaining the science behind the solar eclipse due to be witnessed in England on 29 June 1927. This was to be the first total solar eclipse seen in England for 200 years. 1927

Background imageTotal Collection: Dumb Cake Custom

Dumb Cake Custom
BAKING THE DUMB-CAKE At Hallowe en, St Johns Eve or other feasts, young women bake a cake in expectation of seeing their beloved : it must be done in total silence

Background imageTotal Collection: Lunar Eclipses

Lunar Eclipses
Total and partial eclipses of the Moon. Date: 1877

Background imageTotal Collection: Did you see the eclipse? Yes did you?

Did you see the eclipse? Yes did you?
Total solar eclipse was observed on the 17th April 1912 in London by a large number of amateur astronomers, illustration by Tony Sarg showing people looking up using smoked or coloured glass to

Background imageTotal Collection: Invoice from Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd

Invoice from Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd, to Mr Frank Blackley, for the supply of one hundred greetings cards, total cost ten shillings and ten pence. Date: circa 1891

Background imageTotal Collection: Electricity bill for resident of Lima, New York State, USA

Electricity bill for resident of Lima, New York State, USA
Electricity bill for Mrs William Vary, a resident of Lima, New York State, USA. The power supplier is the Lima Honeoye Electric Light & Railroad Company, six kilowatts were consumed in May 1918

Background imageTotal Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW 38 Whitley V -of the total 1, 81

Armstrong Whitworth AW 38 Whitley V -of the total 1, 814 Whitley built, 1, 645 were Roll-Royce Merlin powered, starting with the Mk IV

Background imageTotal Collection: Senior Ranked British Army personages of WWI

Senior Ranked British Army personages of WWI
Sidelights by Sacr鮠 First Series - published by Constable & Co. Ltd. dated 1918, of Senior Ranked British Army personages

Background imageTotal Collection: Number of planes needed to land 1000 men by G. H. Davis

Number of planes needed to land 1000 men by G. H. Davis
The enormous number of planes needed to land even 1000 men in Britain by air. A schematic drawing showing the fleet of aircraft needed to carry even 1000 men for an aerial invasion

Background imageTotal Collection: New instrument of total war by G. H. Davis

New instrument of total war by G. H. Davis
A new instrument of total war: British and German troop carriers. Invasion by parachute armies: Germans improve on a Soviet device. 1940

Background imageTotal Collection: Total eclipse of the sun - Athens, Greece

Total eclipse of the sun - Athens, Greece - June 19th 1936. Date: 1936

Background imageTotal Collection: Queen Elizabeths drag chains

Queen Elizabeths drag chains
The total weight of the Queen Elizabeths drag chains, which are coiled on either side of the hull, is nearly 2000 tons

Background imageTotal Collection: Trojan War. Siege and assault on the city of

Trojan War. Siege and assault on the city of
" Trojan War. Siege and assault on the city of Troy. Picture of the " La cr󮩣 a troyana: en la que se contine la total y amentable destrucci󮠤 e la nombrada Troya" by

Background imageTotal Collection: Swedish solar eclipse 1954

Swedish solar eclipse 1954
The solar eclipse in Sweden 30/6 1954, Special postage stamp and postmark Date: 1954

Background imageTotal Collection: Kiwi Swordfish Catch

Kiwi Swordfish Catch
New Zealand fishermen proudly show off their splendid swordfish catch. The total weight of the catch was 703 lbs! Date: 1930s

Background imageTotal Collection: Blitz on Clydeside, 1941

Blitz on Clydeside, 1941
Women and children waiting on a street with the few possesions left to them after a nights bombing on Clydeside. Date: 1941



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