RM2BDY95B–Apparatus for Breathing Oxygenated Air, 1785
RMMKMX5B–Cliff Flag 1785
RMT38TXP–Portrait of Charles Edward Stuart (1720–1788) - Hugh Douglas Hamilton, circa 1785
RM2A25KP0–French cameo portraits of several young, fashionable women circa 1785
RMFE03A1–Engraving of Thomas De Quincey (1785-1859) author of 'Confessions of an English Opium-Eater' an autobiographical account of his addiction to laudanum published in 1821.
RF2JHK1PW–Clerkenwell cloister. Aulcester. St James Carmelite church, Athboy 1785 print
RMP9GJ3F–Paseo de las Delicias in Madrid', 1785 Francisco Bayeu..
RMBD1EB1–JOHN ADAMS presents his credentials as the first American ambassador to George III in 1785
RM2BBN89T–Civil Guard 1780-1785 Hubert Robert 1733-1808 France French
RFHDXMJR–Jacob Ludwig Carl Grimm, 1785-1863, a German philologist, jurist, and mythologist, woodcut from the year 1882, digital improved
RMPRB5TE–Joseph Duplessis, Benjamin Franklin, Circa 1785 Oil on canvas, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C., USA.
RMCW86T9–1785 Clouet Map of North America and South America
RM2B01A5C–Syria: 'The Citadel of Emesa/Homs'. Engraving by Louis-François Cassas (3 June 1756 - 1 November 1827), c. 1785. A romantic Illustration of Emesa, today known as Homs, by the artist Louis François Cassas during his journey into the Ottoman Empire in 1784-1786. The artist is shown sketching the famous citadel of Emesa, surrounded by his guards and the inquisitive locals.
RMFJRP5F–Thomas Love Peacock (1785 - 1866) English novelist
RMEW6D58–The Comte d'Artois hot air balloon built by Alban and Vallet at Javelle, near Paris, France in 1785.
RMG3K9R7–Oliver Perry, 1785 - 1819
RMM6JRNY–Portrait of Queen Marie Antoinette with Her Children 1785, Westmuller, Adolf Ulrik, 1785.
RMDTF7K0–John James Audubon (1785-1851)
RM2BDYBKA–Benjamin Franklin's Return to Philadelphia, 1785
RMMM0P2G–Parson Thaxter House. Edgartown. 1785
RMMARKDX–Portrait of Alexander Wedderburn, 1st Earl of Rosslyn (1733-1805) - Joshua Reynolds, circa 1785
RMD868XG–Balloon Satire of 1785
RMD95J1X–James Pollard Espy (1785-1860), American meteorologist, known as the Storm King. Engraving, 1896.
RM2BJ06KG–The new kitchens of the Cafe Riche Paris in 1865 - founded in 1785
RMJPN0B9–1785 - Engraving of Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire, UK
RMBKJ1BT–ENGLISH CHANNEL is crossed for the first time in 1785 from Dover to Calais by Jean-Pierre Blanchard and Dr John Jeffries
RMFD29XP–Donat Nonnotte (1708-1785): Portrait of Aignan Thomas Desfriches. France French
RFEH0X62–Digital improved image of August Boeckh, 1785 - 1867, philologist and antiquary, portrait, historical illustration, 1880
RMD6FY2N–Alexander Nasmyth, Loch Awe, Argyllshire. circa 1785 Oil on canvas. Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
RMD2BFW0–Wouter Mol (1785-1857), Sleeping Boy, Oil on canvas
RM2B015AG–Uzbekistan: Flag of the Emirate of Bukhara (1785-1920). The Emirate of Bukhara was a Central Asian state that existed from 1785 to 1920. It occupied the land between the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers, known formerly as Transoxiana. Its core territory was the land along the lower Zarafshan River, and its urban centres were the ancient cities of Samarkand and the emirate's capital, Bukhara. It was contemporaneous with the Khanate of Khiva to the west, in Khwarezm, and the Khanate of Kokand to the east, in Fergana. It is now within the boundaries of Uzbekistan.
RMERH558–John Dickens - Charles Dickens's father (1785 - 1851). From painting by John W. Gilbert. Tinted version.
RMEW6D4K–The death of Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier in 1785 when his hot air balloon crashed near Wimereux, Pas-de-Calais, France during an attempt to fly across the English Channel.
RMHRMJF2–A pale blue velvet French coat, c.1785-1790, during a press call in London ahead of the Victoria and Albert Museum's Major autumn exhibition: Opera: Passion, Power and Politics.
RMG16AE6–Jean-François Pilatre de Rozier (March 30, 1754 - June 15, 1785) was a French chemistry and physics teacher, and one of the first pioneers of aviation. He opened his own museum in 1781, where he undertook experiments in physics, and provided demonstration
RMMKN21M–Map of Ezo 1785
RMENNEJE–Benjamin Franklin, circa 1785
RMD95PGB–David Wilkie (1785-1841) Scottish painter. Engraving from 'The World's Great Men' (London, c1870).
RMPM4J4G–Portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Original painting by Joseph-Siffrein Duplessis in circa 1785 File Reference # 1003 518THA
RF2JHK1R3–Plan of the Town of Old Port Royal, in the Island of Jamaica. GENTS MAG 1785 map
RMJPXBR5–1785 engraving of part of Roche Abbey near Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England
RMKDRFT9–VINCENZO LUNARDI (1759-1806) Italian diplomat and balloonist. Engraving of his solo ascent near London on 13 May 1785 in a hydrogen balloon
RM2M84JNR–Sparta's Children's Choice 1785-1786 Jean Piere Saint Ours 1752-1809 GENEVE Switserland ( detail )
RFH8B50G–german costume, man and lady in the year 1785, two-piece hat a l' Androsmane, History of fashion, costume story
RMRAH5F8–Louis-Gustave Taraval, Section of a Salon, Circa 1785, Pen, black ink, watercolor, black chalk on paper, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, USA.
RMD2BFTJ–Wouter Mol (1785-1857), Sleeping Boy, Oil on canvas
RM2B0J9BM–Ensemble, European, 1785, European
RMERGK8M–La Noce de Village (The Village Marriage), 1785 - after engraving by Charles Melchior Descourtis, after Nicolas Antoine Taunay
RMG3KN7N–Oliver Perry, 1785 - 1819
RMHRMJFW–Members of staff adjust (left to right) a pale blue velvet French coat, c.1785-1790, 'The Melancholic Girl' by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, 1928, and an Italian cream and silver tinsel brocade, 'bodice of a theatre costume', c.1750, during a press call in London ahead of the Victoria and Albert Museum's Major autumn exhibition: Opera: Passion, Power and Politics.
RMFR76RD–William Jackson Hooker, 1785-1865, Botanist, Portrait
RMDTFC3W–John James L. Audubon (1785-1851)
RMHRP46E–Egyptian War Chariot, 1985 BC - 1785 BC
RMMKPWJJ–Richard Lovell Edgeworth 1785
RMD1WCG3–Franklin's return to Philadelphia, 1785
RMG37RHN–Napoleon - 1785 - Aged 16
RMD95MGP–Alexandre (Pierre Francois) Boely (1785-1858) French composer, pianist and organist. Engraving (Paris, 1853).
RMG15P0F–Sir David Wilkie, 1785-1841, Scottish painter
RFFPDXBT–CROYDON: Old Croydon Church, 1785, antique print 1888
RMJPXBJY–A 1785 engraving of St Martin's Abbey (Priory) near Richmond, North Yorkshire UK.
RMPEY5HD–JEAN-PIERRE BLANCHARD a French balloonist and an American John Jeffries crossing the English Channel on 7 January 1785 as shown on a French postcard.
RMJ484WJ–Mr and Mrs William Hallett (The Morning Walk) 1785 by Thomas Gainsborough 1727 – 1788 UK United Kingdom England English British Britain
RFEH0X1W–Digital improved image of Friedrich Christoph Dahlmann, 1785 - 1860, historian and statesman, portrait, historical illustration, 1880
RMRAH68M–Louis-Gustave Taraval, Wall Elevation for an Antechamber or Salon, Circa 1785, Pen, black ink, watercolor, black chalk on paper, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, USA.
RMCW87N4–1785 Cook - Bligh Map of Hawai
RM2B0H0PR–Unknown, Dish, c. 1785, Silver
RMERGK8N–La Foire de Village (The Village Fair), 1785 - after engraving by Charles Melchior Descourtis, after Nicolas Antoine Taunay
RMG3KN7M–Oliver Perry, 1785 - 1819
RMA1HX34–The Perilous Situation of Major Mony OR Money, when he fell into the sea July 23, 1785 off the coast of Yarmouth. John Money,1752–1817.
RF2HDAHHW–Portrait of Balthasar Freiherr von Simunich (1785 - 1861) was a k. k. Field Marshal lieutenant and Theresian knight. The Austrian Empire. 1849
RMDTFC40–John James L. Audubon (1785-1851)
RMT964MB–William Herschel's 40 foot telescope, also known as the Great Forty Foot telescope, was a reflecting telescope constructed between 1785 and 1789 at Observatory House in Slough, England. It used a 47 inch diameter primary mirror with a 1,200 cm focal length. It was the largest telescope in the world for 50 years. It may have been used to discover Enceladus and Mimas, the 6th and 7th moons of Saturn. It was dismantled in 1840; today the original mirror and a 10 foot section of the tube remain.
RMMKJE7D–George Washington 1785
RMRG6NER–Frederick the Great - Anton Graff, circa 1785
RMD87MKH–Fan - Balloons - 1785
RMF7NB14–Theatre scene by Ishikawa Toyonobu (1711 - 1785) a Japanese ukiyo-e print artist.
RMFXG82X–Field Marshal Henry Hardinge, 1st Viscount Hardinge, 1785-1856, a British Army officer and politician
RM2BBP4KW–A 1785 engraving of Tynemouth Castle and Abbey, Northumberland, UK. Today's remains stand on a rocky headland known as Pen Bal Crag, overlooking Tynemouth Pier and include the ruins of the Benedictine priory where early kings of Northumbria were buried and a graveyard.
RMKDRXYM–VINCENZO LUNARDI (1759-1806) Italian diplomat and balloonist. His ascent on 29 June 1785 from St George's Fields, London, with his assistant George Biggin and Mrs Letitia Sage
RMP8FGYF–Il Caffè, 1760, ( A Family Having Coffee ) by Pietro Longhi (1702-1785), Il Caffè, about 1760, oil on canvas Italy Italian
RFCNTPJ4–Albert Gottlieb Methfessel, 1785 - 1869, a German composer and conductor, historical wood engraving, 1886
RMERFG3C–Square piano, made by Ganer in London c 1785 Credit: Royal Academy Of Music/On loan from Kenneth & Mary Mobbs
RM2HMHW2A–Johann Gottfried Herder (1744-1803) German philosopher, theologian, poet, and literary critic associated with the Enlightenment, Sturm und Drang, and Weimar Classicism. Portrait by Anton Graff (1736-1813) painted in 1785.
RM2J4FENR–'La mort de Louis-Charles de France dit Louis XVII (1785-1795) prisonnier au temple et malade de tuberculose le 8 juin 1795' (death of Louis XVII ( Louis Charles, Duke of Normandy) son of Louis XVI and marie Antoinette 1795) gravure tiree de 'Causes celebres' Collection privee
RMBM2RKM–The Finish by Henry Alken Sr., (1785-1851)
RMDTF52G–Sir William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865)
RMWHATM1–J P Kemble as Macbeth 1785
RMMM1HN0–Bartemy's Tavern and Town Hall. Bristol. 1785
RMC8WJ0K–Vauxhall Gardens - English Royal Family 1785