Skip to main content

Wreaths Collection

Background imageWreaths Collection: The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London Date: circa 1987

Background imageWreaths Collection: Brooding Soldier - Canadian Memorial, Vancouver Corner - WWI

Brooding Soldier - Canadian Memorial, Vancouver Corner - WWI
The memorial commemorates the 18, 000 Canadian soldiers who withstood the first gas attack on April 22/24 1915 (Battle of Ypres), suffering over 2, 000 casualties

Background imageWreaths Collection: Monument to the Royal Fusiliers, High Holborn, London

Monument to the Royal Fusiliers, High Holborn, London
Monument to the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) who fell in the Great War, High Holborn, London

Background imageWreaths Collection: Napoleon - The Great Victor

Napoleon - The Great Victor - made up of personifications of Victory, each holding a laurel wreath. Date: 1910s

Background imageWreaths Collection: WW2 Paris Liberation - Eisenhower - Tomb of Unknown Soldier

WW2 Paris Liberation - Eisenhower - Tomb of Unknown Soldier
WW2 - Paris Liberation - General Dwight D Eisenhower at the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Arch de Triomphe, Paris, France. Date: 1945

Background imageWreaths Collection: Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, London, 1858

Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, London, 1858
Engraving showing Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, decorated with wreaths and banners for the Royal Wedding, 1858

Background imageWreaths Collection: Crowds gather round Nelsons column in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the victory of

Crowds gather round Nelsons column in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the victory of French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805. Date: 21 October 1890s

Background imageWreaths Collection: RMS Olympic, funeral of Commander William Marshall

RMS Olympic, funeral of Commander William Marshall
RMS. Olympic - Commander William Marshall related telegrams dated 29 May and 30 May 1930. The first relating to his funeral wreaths from the RMS Olympic's Social Club

Background imageWreaths Collection: WW1 war memorial, Norwich

WW1 war memorial, Norwich, with wreaths and flowers Date: circa 1930

Background imageWreaths Collection: Wreaths for fallen Bolsheviks during Revolution, Russia

Wreaths for fallen Bolsheviks during Revolution, Russia
Wreaths for the graves of fallen Bolsheviks during the Revolutionary period in Russia. Two of the men are claimed to be Lenin and Trotsky

Background imageWreaths Collection: Tunbridge Wells War Memorial, Mount Pleasant

Tunbridge Wells War Memorial, Mount Pleasant
Tunbridge Wells War Memorial, standing in front of the Town Hall/Library, Mount Pleasant. The memorial was unveiled and dedicated 11th February 1923 - the sculptor was Mr Stanley Nicholson Babb

Background imageWreaths Collection: Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Westminster Abbey

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Westminster Abbey
The Unknown Warrior's grave in Westminster Abbey, London. Decorated with wreaths and tributes and also the American Congressional Medal

Background imageWreaths Collection: Primrose Day

Primrose Day
Lord Beaconsfield's bronze statue, facing St. Margaret's Church, in Parliament Square, London on Primrose Day. On the anniversary of the death of British statesman

Background imageWreaths Collection: Cenotaph, Whitehall, London 1935

Cenotaph, Whitehall, London 1935
Cenotaph, Whitehall, erected in 1920, replacing a temporary replica unveiled on Peace Day, July 1919. Date: 1935

Background imageWreaths Collection: Primrose Day 1886

Primrose Day 1886
Primrose Day in Parliament Square, London. Anniversary of the death of British statesman and prime minister Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield

Background imageWreaths Collection: NOT A DEATHBED AFTER ALL

NOT A DEATHBED AFTER ALL
They've ordered the coffin, the wreaths, the flowers - and now it turns out that Jean Granet, farmer at Comiac, France, isn't as dead as they thought he was... Date: 1901

Background imageWreaths Collection: Making funeral wreaths in a factory

Making funeral wreaths in a factory
Making funeral wreaths, France. Date: 1899

Background imageWreaths Collection: Llaying wreaths, memorial monument, Shanghai, China

Llaying wreaths, memorial monument, Shanghai, China
Vintage c.1920s photograph: sailors laying wreaths, memorial monument, Shanghai, China

Background imageWreaths Collection: A night scene at the Cenotaph in the days following 11th November 1920

A night scene at the Cenotaph in the days following 11th November 1920, where a hundred thousand wreaths were laid, and over a million people passed by to offer their tributes to the dead of

Background imageWreaths Collection: Lares house gods from a shrine found in Herculaneum

Lares house gods from a shrine found in Herculaneum
Lares house gods depicted in a Lararium shrine found in Herculaneum. Crowned genii pour libations and bring a boar to sacrfice

Background imageWreaths Collection: Roman noblemen in laurel wreaths and toga at a sacrificial

Roman noblemen in laurel wreaths and toga at a sacrificial rite. The lack of beards dates the scene to Hadrians or Neros reign. Pompa Sacra. From a bas-relief in the Pio Clementino Museum

Background imageWreaths Collection: Military Ceremony, 8th Ardwick Battalion, Manchester

Military Ceremony, 8th Ardwick Battalion, Manchester
Military wreath-laying ceremony, 8th Ardwick Battalion, Manchester Regiment Territorial Army, Sergeant Welsby and others

Background imageWreaths Collection: La Breccia, Porta Pia, Rome, Italy

La Breccia, Porta Pia, Rome, Italy
La Breccia, Porta Pia, a gate in the Aurelian Walls, Rome, Italy, with war memorials and wreaths, named after Pope Pius IV

Background imageWreaths Collection: Body of Maximilian back in Austria 1868

Body of Maximilian back in Austria 1868
Maximilians resting place in the Imperial Crypt in Vienna, moved there after being embalmed and displayed in Mexico for a year. A monk stands by the coffin decorated in wreaths and sashes

Background imageWreaths Collection: Strasbourg Memorial, Place de la Concorde, Paris, WW1

Strasbourg Memorial, Place de la Concorde, Paris, WW1
The Strasbourg Memorial in the Place de la Concorde, Paris, France, on 14 November 1914, in the early part of the First World War, decorated with flags and wreaths

Background imageWreaths Collection: The Cenotaph, London - surrounded by memorial wreaths

The Cenotaph, London - surrounded by memorial wreaths laid during the Remembrance Day ceremonies. 1925

Background imageWreaths Collection: The Chelsea War Memorial - Sloane Square, London Date: circa 1919

The Chelsea War Memorial - Sloane Square, London Date: circa 1919

Background imageWreaths Collection: Den Haag, The Netherlands - Memorial to Juliana of Stolberg

Den Haag, The Netherlands - Memorial to Juliana of Stolberg
Memorial to Juliana, Countess of Stolberg-Wernigerode (1506-1580) (the mother of William the Silent, the leader of the successful Dutch Revolt against the Spanish in the 16th century)

Background imageWreaths Collection: Primrose Day 1893

Primrose Day 1893
Primrose Day in Parliament Square, London, was an anniversary of the death of British statesman and prime minister Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, who died on the 19th April 1881

Background imageWreaths Collection: DANTE / ANGELS / PARADISE

DANTE / ANGELS / PARADISE
The angelic wreaths: About us thus, of sempiternal roses, bending wreathed those garlands twain;. (Canto XII, lines 16-19) Date: First published: 1307-21?

Background imageWreaths Collection: ANGEL WREATHS

ANGEL WREATHS
Angels in Paradise form aerial wreaths, haloes, circles, rings, or whatever

Background imageWreaths Collection: Sunderland memorial service, Eastbourne, Sussex

Sunderland memorial service, Eastbourne, Sussex
Men laying a wreath on the sea during the Sunderland memorial service, Eastbourne, Sussex. A Sunderland flying boat broke up as it landed on the water on 4 June 1955

Background imageWreaths Collection: Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison Funeral 1913

Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison Funeral 1913
Part of the funeral procession for Emily Wilding Davison, held in London, 14th June 1913. Shows 12 rows of girls dressed in white carrying laurel wreaths, in front of the purple banner proclaiming

Background imageWreaths Collection: Tomb of Vittorio Emanuele II, Pantheon, Rome, Italy

Tomb of Vittorio Emanuele II, Pantheon, Rome, Italy
View of the Tomb of Vittorio Emanuele II (1820-1878) in the Pantheon, Rome, Italy. The inscription reads Padre della Patria (Father of the Fatherland), and there are flowers and wreaths below

Background imageWreaths Collection: Advertisement for J Hurd, Florist, Chaddesden and Derby

Advertisement for J Hurd, Florist, Chaddesden and Derby
Advertisement for J Hurd, Florist, Wholesale and Retail, Chaddesden and Derby. Nurseries at the Old Hall Gardens, Chaddesden, and at the Market Hall, Derby. Plants delivered and floral designs

Background imageWreaths Collection: The War Memorial at Busbridge, Surrey designed by Lutyens

The War Memorial at Busbridge, Surrey designed by Lutyens
The War Memorial at Busbridge, near Godalming, Surrey designed by Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944). Date: 2016

Background imageWreaths Collection: Genoa, Italy - Giuseppe Garibaldi Monument

Genoa, Italy - Giuseppe Garibaldi Monument
Equestrian statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi in Piazza Ferrari, Genoa, Italy - the wreaths are possibly celebrating/remembering 20 years since Garibaldis death in 1888. Date: 1908

Background imageWreaths Collection: The funeral of Prince Louis Napoleon, 1897

The funeral of Prince Louis Napoleon, 1897
The funeral of the late Prince Imperial Louis Napoleon(1856-1879) - Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice placing a wreath and a cross on the coffin at Camden House. Date: June 1897

Background imageWreaths Collection: King Edward VII - Memorial Postcard

King Edward VII - Memorial Postcard
King Edward VII (1841-1910) - Memorial Postcard, May 1910. Eaborate decorative border in purple and silver. Sent on 19th May - 13 days after the Kings death and the day before his funeral. Date: 1910

Background imageWreaths Collection: Memorial to C J Sickesz - Lochem, The Netherlands

Memorial to C J Sickesz - Lochem, The Netherlands
Memorial to Cornelis Jacob Sickesz (1839 - 1904) - Politician - at Lochem, The Netherlands. Date: circa 1905

Background imageWreaths Collection: Finishing Poppy Wreaths

Finishing Poppy Wreaths
An ex-service man at work putting the finishing touches to some of the poppy wreaths for Armistice Day; the words Be Prepared are written on one Date: 1929

Background imageWreaths Collection: Disraeli / Funeral

Disraeli / Funeral
BENJAMIN DISRAELI Earl of Beaconsfield Funeral service at Hughenden Church Date: 1804 - 1881

Background imageWreaths Collection: Home decorating for Christmas with festive greenery

Home decorating for Christmas with festive greenery
Decorate your home with inexpensive Christmas greenery - from a tree to wreaths and decorations for tables, side-boards, windows, hallways and walls Date: 1914

Background imageWreaths Collection: White dove on an Italian greetings card

White dove on an Italian greetings card
White dove with pink ribbon and flowers on an Italian greetings card (signed on the back by Edward Lear). (1 of 2) Date: circa 1880

Background imageWreaths Collection: Medal commemorating Wellington and von Blucher

Medal commemorating Wellington and von Blucher
Silver medal commemorating the Duke of Wellington and Field Marshal von Blucher 1815; J N Lang (1776-1835), Vienna and Austria, 1815 (c).Obverse, struck: portrait busts of Wellington, left

Background imageWreaths Collection: The Cenotaph in Whitehall

The Cenotaph in Whitehall
Unveiled by King George V on Armistice Day, 11 November 1920, the Cenotaph - memorial to the Glorious Dead - designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and built from Portland stone. Date: 1920

Background imageWreaths Collection: The Cenotaph covered in flowers, November 1920

The Cenotaph covered in flowers, November 1920
The Cenotaph in Whitehall, pictured swamped in floral tributes in the days following its unveiling at the Armistice Day ceremony on 11 November 1920. 1920

Background imageWreaths Collection: Ceremony at a German tribal meeting Men wearing

Ceremony at a German tribal meeting Men wearing
Ceremony at a German tribal meeting. Men wearing wreaths, animal skins and antlers.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalarts Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping