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Winners Collection

Background imageWinners Collection: St. Leger Winner

St. Leger Winner
Albert Primrose, Lord Rosebery (1882-1974), previously styled Lord Dalmeny, leading his racehorse Sandwich after its St. Leger win. The jockey is Harry Wragg (1902-1985). Date: 1931

Background imageWinners Collection: Four Greyhound Derby winners

Four Greyhound Derby winners
A parade of the last four Greyhound Derby winners at White City in 1932. From L to R 1931, Seldom Led; 1929-30, Mick the Miller; 1928, Boher Ash; 1927, Entry Badge

Background imageWinners Collection: British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period

British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period
Recruitment poster, Join the Lancashire Fusiliers, 1920 (c). Printed by Gale and Polden Ltd, 1920 (c). Includes photographs of Victoria Cross winners from the regiment. Date: 1920

Background imageWinners Collection: The Yorkshire County Cricket Team, 1912

The Yorkshire County Cricket Team, 1912
Photograph showing 13 members of the Yorkshire County Cricket team for the 1912 season. Yorkshire were winners of the County Championship that year. Top row, left to right: Sir A.W

Background imageWinners Collection: West Auckland football team

West Auckland football team - they beat Juventus in 1910 and 1911. 1910

Background imageWinners Collection: Rowing crew photograph, 1911

Rowing crew photograph, 1911
Rowing crew from Cambridge University posing for a team photograph with a trophy. Date: 1911

Background imageWinners Collection: Tug of War winning team, Demosthenes, Aberdeen

Tug of War winning team, Demosthenes, Aberdeen
Tug of War winning team on board the Demosthenes, belonging to the Aberdeen White Star Line

Background imageWinners Collection: The famous St Hilda Colliery Band

The famous St Hilda Colliery Band, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England - World Champions in 1912, 1920, 1921 and 1924. Date: 1924

Background imageWinners Collection: Italian victory in Berlin Winter Olympics

Italian victory in Berlin Winter Olympics
An Italian victory in the ski team event in the Winter Olympics at Garmisch, Germany

Background imageWinners Collection: Duke of Edinburgh presenting trophy at Rugby League final

Duke of Edinburgh presenting trophy at Rugby League final
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh presenting the trophy to the captain of Barrow after they had defeated Workington Town in the 1955 rugby league cup final. Date: 1953

Background imageWinners Collection: British equestrian team medal winners

British equestrian team medal winners
Britains only victory in the XVth Olympic Games in Helsinki: the winners of the team showjumping gold medal (from l to r) Colonel H.M. Llewellyn, with Foxhunter; Mr W

Background imageWinners Collection: The FA Cup trophy (the present cup)

The FA Cup trophy (the present cup)
The FA Cup trophy. This is the present trophy, bought by the Football Association in 1911 (although an exact replica has been in use since 1992). Date: C.1930

Background imageWinners Collection: Leek Show winners

Leek Show winners
Two prize winners at a Leek Show displaying their impressive vegetables alongside a couple of equally impressive mantel clocks, presumably their prizes

Background imageWinners Collection: England World Cup winners, West Ham players

England World Cup winners, West Ham players, Martin Peters, Bobby Moore and Geoff Hurst, with the Jules Rimet Trophy. Date: 1966

Background imageWinners Collection: Yorkshire, The Champion County Cricket Team 1919

Yorkshire, The Champion County Cricket Team 1919
The champion county cricket team of the 1919 season. Date: 1919

Background imageWinners Collection: The Surrender at Sedan, Franco-Prussian War

The Surrender at Sedan, Franco-Prussian War
The Surrender at Sedan, 9 September 1870, during the Franco-Prussian War. 1870

Background imageWinners Collection: Aston Villa FA Cup Winners, 1894-5

Aston Villa FA Cup Winners, 1894-5: Grierson (Trainer), Dunkley (Hon Sec), Johnstone, Spencer, Wilkes, Lees, Rinder, Margoschis (Chairman), Reynolds, Devey (Captain), Welford, Ramsay (Secretary)

Background imageWinners Collection: FA Cup winners - Bolton Wanderers, 1923

FA Cup winners - Bolton Wanderers, 1923
FA Cup winners in 1923, Bolton Wanderers. The 1923 FA Cup final was the first to be held in the newly-opened (orignal) Wembley Stadium, known as the Empire Stadium

Background imageWinners Collection: Winners of the 24th RAC Tourist Trophy Race at Goodwood

Winners of the 24th RAC Tourist Trophy Race at Goodwood (left to right): C Shelby, Stirling Moss, R Salvadori and D Brown driving an Aston Martin. Date: 1959

Background imageWinners Collection: Private John Caffrey VC

Private John Caffrey VC
Illustration recording the VC action of Private John Joseph Caffrey VC (1891-1953) at La Brique, France in November 1915. His citation reads as follows: On 16 November 1915 near La Brique, France

Background imageWinners Collection: Captain F. O. Grenfell V. C. of the 9th Lancers

Captain F. O. Grenfell V. C. of the 9th Lancers
Grenfell was 33 years old, and a Captain in the 9th (Queens Royal) Lancers, British Army during the First World War when the following deed during the Action of Elouges took place for which he was

Background imageWinners Collection: 1953 FA Cup Final

1953 FA Cup Final
At Wembley Stadium, the Queen, with the Duke of Edinburgh and FA Secretary Sir Stanley Rous either side of her, presents a Cup-winners medal to Stanley Matthews of Blackpool

Background imageWinners Collection: LCC-LFB Knightsbridge firemen, Wells Challenge Cup winners

LCC-LFB Knightsbridge firemen, Wells Challenge Cup winners for 1913. Front row: R J Nicholas, W H Sheldrick, Sub-Officer H C Griffiths, Station Officer J Smith, T H Coggan, D J O Leary

Background imageWinners Collection: FA Cup winners - Sheffield United, 1925

FA Cup winners - Sheffield United, 1925
FA Cup winners in 1925, Sheffield United. Association Cup Winners Players Cigarettes card set, c. 1930. Date: 1925

Background imageWinners Collection: FA Cup winners - Aston Villa, 1913

FA Cup winners - Aston Villa, 1913
FA Cup winners in 1913, Aston Villa. Association Cup Winners Players Cigarettes card set, c. 1930. Date: 1913

Background imageWinners Collection: FA Cup winners, Tottenham Hotspur, 1901

FA Cup winners, Tottenham Hotspur, 1901
FA Cup winners in 1901, Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur). They drew 2-2 with Sheffield United in the first final, and beat them 3-1 in the replay. Association Cup Winners Players Cigarettes card set, c

Background imageWinners Collection: Wedding of Captain La Touche Congreve V. C

Wedding of Captain La Touche Congreve V. C
Marriage of Captain (later Major) William La Touche Congreve to Miss Pamela Maude, the daughter of actor Cyril Maude. Major Congreve was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions at at Longueval

Background imageWinners Collection: Ard Patrick, Winner of the Epsom Derby in 1902

Ard Patrick, Winner of the Epsom Derby in 1902. Race horse Date: 1902

Background imageWinners Collection: 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers cricket team

1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers cricket team
Band of the 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, winners of the inter-company cricket shield. Date: 1910

Background imageWinners Collection: Charles William Anderson Scott AFC (1903-1946)

Charles William Anderson Scott AFC (1903-1946)
Charles William Anderson Scott, AFC, 1903-1946, left, and Tom Campbell Black, 1899-1936, winners of the MacRobertson Air Race, London to Melbourne race, in 1934

Background imageWinners Collection: Darts Team celebrate with a jug of ale, Walton, Essex

Darts Team celebrate with a jug of ale, Walton, Essex
Members of the Pier Hotel Darts Team celebrate their victory with a jug of ale. 1947

Background imageWinners Collection: Four famous Kentucky Thoroughbreds

Four famous Kentucky Thoroughbreds: Diomed, Boston, Lexington and Glencoe

Background imageWinners Collection: FA Cup Final 1934 - Cup presented to winners Manchester City

FA Cup Final 1934 - Cup presented to winners Manchester City
FA Cup Final 1934 - Cup presented to Sam Cowan, the captain of winners Manchester City FC by King George V. Man City defeated Portsmouth 2-1 on 28 April. Date: 1934

Background imageWinners Collection: Claughton Higher Grade School, Football Team, Shield Winners

Claughton Higher Grade School, Football Team, Shield Winners - erseyside, Birkenhead. Date: circa 1906

Background imageWinners Collection: Aston Villa, Winners of the English Association

Aston Villa, Winners of the English Association Cup in 1894/5

Background imageWinners Collection: Kodak Fire Brigade, National Fire Brigade Championship

Kodak Fire Brigade, National Fire Brigade Championship
Kodak Fire Brigade, winners of National Fire Brigade Championship, 1914 - real photo postcard Date: 1914

Background imageWinners Collection: Hoover Vacuum Cleaner Window Display

Hoover Vacuum Cleaner Window Display with a musical theme Date: 1948

Background imageWinners Collection: Manchester City FC team, FA Cup winners in 1934

Manchester City FC team, FA Cup winners in 1934 Date: 1934

Background imageWinners Collection: Everton FC team, 1932

Everton FC team, 1932, winners of the League Championship and Division Two Championship (1931) in successive seasons. Date: 1932

Background imageWinners Collection: Bolton Wanderers team, FA Cup winners in 1929

Bolton Wanderers team, FA Cup winners in 1929
Bolton Wanderers football team, FA Cup winners in 1929 Date: 1929

Background imageWinners Collection: Kodak Fire Brigade win National Fire Escape Championship

Kodak Fire Brigade win National Fire Escape Championship
The Kodak Fire Brigade, winners of National Fire Escape Championship Date: 1914

Background imageWinners Collection: Vietnamese Patriotic Poster - Everyone Won

Vietnamese Patriotic Poster - Everyone Won Date: 2nd half of the 20th century

Background imageWinners Collection: 70th Annual Academy Awards, Oscars programme 1998

70th Annual Academy Awards, Oscars programme 1998
70th Annual Academy Awards, Oscars programme, 23 March 1998, in which James Cameron's Titanic film of 1997 was nominated in 14 categories, and won in 11 categories. Date: 1998

Background imageWinners Collection: Royal Scots Football Team, outdoor sporting portrait

Royal Scots Football Team, outdoor sporting portrait with twenty two players and silver cup. Captioned, Winners of the Madras Presidency Association Football Tournament'. Date: 1895

Background imageWinners Collection: Hyperion in the Paddock

Hyperion in the Paddock
The racehorse Hyperion, winner of the Derby in a record time of 2 minutes 34 seconds. In the foreground are Cicely Lambton (1882-1972), wife of trainer George Lambton, and Mr Oswood, the head lad

Background imageWinners Collection: John De Forest with Golf Trophy

John De Forest with Golf Trophy
John De Forest (1907-1997), winner of the Open Amateur Golf Championship at Muirfield, with his trophy. Date: 1932

Background imageWinners Collection: Tom Walls and Horse

Tom Walls and Horse
Actor and horse owner/trainer Tom Walls (1883-1949) was well known for his appearances in Aldwych farces. Here he is pictured with his horse April the Fifth, victorious at this year's Derby

Background imageWinners Collection: A Controversial Tennis Cup

A Controversial Tennis Cup
Tennis players Joan C. Ridley (1903-1983) and Elsie (Mrs J. B.) Pittman (1904-1975) caused controversy when they decided to retire part way through their American Trophy match



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