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Images Dated 25th September 2012

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Moa bone fragment Featured 25 Sep 2012 Image

Moa bone fragment

First piece of moa bone, found between 1831 and 1836. The 15cm fragment comes from the species Dinornis novaezealandiae and is 0.01-1.8 million years old. Moa were enormous extinct birds from New Zealand. This fragment of bone provided the first evidence that they existed. Richard Owen, the Natural History Museum's first superintendent, used his great anatomical knowledge to predict that it belonged to a giant bird that couldn't fly. Date: 1831

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Young Private, 6th Battalion (City of London Rifles), WW1 Featured 25 Sep 2012 Image

Young Private, 6th Battalion (City of London Rifles), WW1

Head and shoulders miniature portrait of a young Private, possibly of the 6th Battalion (City of London Rifles), by Alice James, RMS RWA (fl. 1887-1930). Wilkinson Badges of the British Army reveals that the 6th (City of London Rifles) wore a rifle cross in bronze and the 9th (Queen Victoria Rifles) wore one in brass. Both are really rather smart pre-war territorial battalions and would have within their ranks men whose families would be in a position to commission portrait miniatures of their nearest and dearest

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library