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Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley / Piccadilly

Vesta Tilley / Piccadilly
VESTA TILLEY Music hall entertainer, best known for her male impersonations, singing Algy, the Piccadilly Johnny (with the little glass eye)

Background imageVesta Collection: Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy

Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy
Italy. Rome. Temple of Vesta. Roman Forum

Background imageVesta Collection: Scene at a petrol station

Scene at a petrol station, with an attendant filling up a car

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Victoria music hall comic singer 1873-1951

Vesta Victoria music hall comic singer 1873-1951
Vesta Victoria (Victoria Lawrence) music hall singer and character comedienne. Born in Leeds but affected a cockney stage persona. Demure pose with hands in fur muff

Background imageVesta Collection: Wee Georgie Wood music hall comedian and actor 1894?-1979

Wee Georgie Wood music hall comedian and actor 1894?-1979
Wee Georgie Wood comedian, actor and writer. Here dressed as Vesta Tilley in uniform with cigar and cane. Card entitled Vesta Tilley. Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley music hall male impersonator 1864-1952

Vesta Tilley music hall male impersonator 1864-1952
Vesta Tilley (Matilda Alice Powles) male impersonator, actress and pantomime star. Dressed in costume as an Eton schoolboy with bum-freezer jacket and top hat

Background imageVesta Collection: Royal Navy, HMS Rodney items

Royal Navy, HMS Rodney items
MILITARIA, ROYAL NAVY: HMS Rodney items, rum measure, copper ashtray, caddy spoon, oval dish, sweetheart pendant, Vesta case and good luck horseshoe, framed

Background imageVesta Collection: Royal Navy memorabilia, HMS Rodney

Royal Navy memorabilia, HMS Rodney
ROYAL NAVY: HMS Rodney rum measure, copper ashtray, caddy spoon, oval dish, sweetheart pendant, Vesta case and good luck horseshoe, framed

Background imageVesta Collection: Helena Potocka (1763-1815) by Franciszek Smuglewicz

Helena Potocka (1763-1815) by Franciszek Smuglewicz
Helena Potocka (1763-1815). Polish Noblewoman. Portrait by Franciszek Smuglewicz (1745-1807), 1788-1792. Oil on canvas. 19th Century Polish Art Gallery (Sukiennice Museum). National Museum of Krakow

Background imageVesta Collection: Ocean race between the Henrietta, Fleetwing and Vesta

Ocean race between the Henrietta, Fleetwing and Vesta - The Start Date: 1879

Background imageVesta Collection: Temple of Vesta, Rome, Italy

Temple of Vesta, Rome, Italy
19th century vintage photograph: Temple of Vesta, Rome, Italy

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley, performer and male impersonator

Vesta Tilley, performer and male impersonator. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageVesta Collection: HESTIA / TOOKE

HESTIA / TOOKE
The virgin goddess of the hearth, custodian of the sacred fire brought by Aeneas from Troy, and served by the Vestal Virgins

Background imageVesta Collection: HESTIA / VESTA

HESTIA / VESTA
The Greek-Roman virgin goddess of the hearth, custodian of the sacred fire which Aeneas brought to Rome from Troy and which must never go out, lest a great calamity should occur

Background imageVesta Collection: Palace of Tiberius and Caligula - Forum, Rome

Palace of Tiberius and Caligula - Forum, Rome
Palace of Tiberius and Caligula (Palazzo di Tiberio e di Caligola) - Forum, Rome Date: circa 1903

Background imageVesta Collection: The Temple of Vesta in the old Forum Boarium in Rome

The Temple of Vesta in the old Forum Boarium in Rome
Temple of Vesta in the old Forum Boarium in Rome, Italy. Date: 1903

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta, Apollo and Diana, Roman gods

Vesta, Apollo and Diana, Roman gods.. Handcolored copperplate engraving engraved by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf after illustrations by Leonard Defraine from Mythology in Prints

Background imageVesta Collection: Sir Walter and Lady de Frece (Vesta Tilley)

Sir Walter and Lady de Frece (Vesta Tilley)
Sir Abraham Walter de Frece (7 October 1870 7 January 1935) British theatre impresario, and later Conservative Party politician

Background imageVesta Collection: Lady de Frece (Vesta Tilley)

Lady de Frece (Vesta Tilley)
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations. Pictured around 1929 after she had retired from the stage

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley - final performance with Dame Ellen Terry

Vesta Tilley - final performance with Dame Ellen Terry
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley in her wig

Vesta Tilley in her wig
Miss Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall entertainer and variety artiste, best known for her male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley in pantomime at Drury Lane

Vesta Tilley in pantomime at Drury Lane
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley and Walter de Frece at home

Vesta Tilley and Walter de Frece at home
Miss Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), music hall entertainer best known for her male impersonations, pictured at her home, the Homestead at Maidenhead, Berkshire, with her husband, Mr Walter de Frece

Background imageVesta Collection: Priestesses of the goddess Vesta. Colored engraving

Priestesses of the goddess Vesta. Colored engraving
Priestesses of the goddess Vesta in the temple. Engraving. Colored

Background imageVesta Collection: Priestesses of the goddess Vesta

Priestesses of the goddess Vesta in the temple. Engraving

Background imageVesta Collection: Head of a priestess of the goddess Vesta. 100-20 AD

Head of a priestess of the goddess Vesta. 100-20 AD
Head of statue of a priestess of the goddess Vesta. Marble. 100-20 AD. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageVesta Collection: House of the Vestal Virgins. Rome. Italy

House of the Vestal Virgins. Rome. Italy
Italy. Rome. House of the Vestal VIrgins. Aerial view. Roman Forum

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley / Dogs

Vesta Tilley / Dogs
VESTA TILLEY Music hall entertainer, best known for her male impersonations - seen here with her dogs Date: 1907

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley, punting

Vesta Tilley, punting
Vesta Tilley (1864 - 1952), Music hall entertainer, best known for her male impersonations - seen here with a friend on the river

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley (1864 - 1952)

Vesta Tilley (1864 - 1952)
Promotional postcard for Vesta Tilley (1864-1952). Vesta Tilley was the leading male impersonator on the music halls of her day, and not usually shown in womens clothes

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley in khaki

Vesta Tilley in khaki
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations. During the First World War, she earned the nickname

Background imageVesta Collection: Vestal Virgins, priestesses of Vesta, conducting

Vestal Virgins, priestesses of Vesta, conducting a ritual offering in the sacred flame.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalarts Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal

Background imageVesta Collection: Two Roman Vestal Virgins, priestesses of Vesta

Two Roman Vestal Virgins, priestesses of Vesta.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalarts Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal People of Antiquity

Background imageVesta Collection: Cl魥nt-Bayard Vintage Car

Cl魥nt-Bayard Vintage Car
Cl魥 nt-Bayard Vintage Car, England. Showing Vesta Tilley (Spell as Clement Bayard for search purposes) Date: 1910s

Background imageVesta Collection: The solar system

The solar system.. The solar system, showing the sun, Mercury, Venus, the earth, Mars, Juno, Pallas, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, the Georgian planet (Uranus) and Vesta (asteroid)

Background imageVesta Collection: Electromobile Vintage Car - Automobile

Electromobile Vintage Car - Automobile
Electromobile Vintage Car/Automobile, England. Showing Actress Miss Vesta Tilley Date: 1900s

Background imageVesta Collection: Electromobile Vintage Car

Electromobile Vintage Car, England. Showing Actress Miss Vesta Tilley Date: 1908

Background imageVesta Collection: January. Goddess Vesta

January. Goddess Vesta
Vesta, the Roman goddess of the hearth, home, and family, symbolized by the sacred fire that burned at her hearth and temples. Artist: Sydney Carter Date: 1903

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley, WW1

Vesta Tilley, WW1
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Walter de Frece, husband of Vesta Tilley

Walter de Frece, husband of Vesta Tilley
Sir Abraham Walter de Frece (7 October 1870 7 January 1935) British theatre impresario, and later Conservative Party politician, who served as a Member of Parliament (MP) from 1920 to 1931

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley as a messenger boy

Vesta Tilley as a messenger boy
Miss Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall and variety entertainer best known for her male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley as a policeman

Vesta Tilley as a policeman
Miss Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles and later Lady de Frece, music hall entertainer best known for her male impersonations, pictured dressed up as a police officer. Date: 1890

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley and her husband, Walter de Frece

Vesta Tilley and her husband, Walter de Frece
Miss Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), music hall entertainer best known for her male impersonations, , pictured on her honeymoon with her husband, Walter de Frece. Date: 1890

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley as Dick Whittington

Vesta Tilley as Dick Whittington
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley as Algy, the Piccadilly Johnny

Vesta Tilley as Algy, the Piccadilly Johnny
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley as a child in her first theatre appearance

Vesta Tilley as a child in her first theatre appearance
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Vesta Tilley

Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations

Background imageVesta Collection: Tatler front cover - Miss Vesta Tilley

Tatler front cover - Miss Vesta Tilley
Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations. During the First World War, she earned the nickname



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