RM2B2BEFG–Paul von Hindenburg with his brother Otto (from left) probably in the 1860s. Undated photo.
RMRJN6AH–Illustration showing French electroplating workshop in the 1860’s
RMD1PNJE–George Custer (1839-1876), American Army Officer, Killed at Battle of Little Big Horn, Illustration, Portrait, Circa 1860's
RMAHD4ME–Street Girl Cat 1860s
RM2F61GXG–Family of Mormon Settlers, 1860s
RMEXTA82–1860s USA Circus Freak Show Family Poster
RMD28E35–The Crimson Topaz 'High resolution Lithograph Illustration antiquarian Victorian colour plate from 1860's Cassell's Book of Birds 'The Crimson Topaz '
RM2AHD5FW–American West in vintage photo, 1860s-1870s
RMKC81TG–Two Women and a Child, 1860s, Tintype, Photographs, Unknown
RF2M7CA6C–View of the Canal, Venice, Italy 1860s
RMC3WB8F–Circa 1860s Weaving for the Little Folks box top, by Milton Bradley.
RMBX9BRE–Man wearing black coat photograph 1860s fashion bow tie male seated portrait Americana black and white
RMB0KPXD–Woman in a promenade dress and shawl US 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMDBPA6A–Llandudno Beach in the 1860s
RM2DB8M40–Fort Lincoln, 1860s
RMCWB8RT–Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, 1860s
RMEJRPD1–Charles Haddon (C.H.) Spurgeon as a young man in the early 1860s.
RMG9CR52–Soccer - UEFA Champions League - Third Qualifying Round Second Leg - TSV Munich 1860 v Leeds United. Leeds United's Alan Smith (r) has his shirt pulled by TSV Munich 1860's Martin Stranzl (l)
RMG6CH13–1860s APRIL 1861 BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER
RM2DBHP0F–'Prince Adalbert Heinrich Wilhelm of Prussia (1811-1873), Admiral of the Prussian Navy and bearer of the order ''Pour le Merite''. The photo was probably taken in the 1860s.'
RMM36C5R–1860s Japan - firemen with their standard
RM2B012NM–China: A group from an unidentified ethnic tribe in southern Yunnan province pose for a French photographer. Engraving by Louis Delaporte (1842-1925), c. 1860s. Although described as Mons or Peguans by a French delegation in 1866-68, this attribution was almost certainly due to the similarities the colonists encountered in the peoples' costumes and features. In fact, the people in this drawing are most likely ethnic Yi (aka Lolo) or Pa-Y, as these tribes are most prominent in the region traversed by the French delegation.
RMD8A4WC–RABBIT AND PIGEONS 1860S
RF2DCD82X–Family of Mormon Settlers, 1860s
RMEXT30M–1860s UK Croquet Magazine Plate
RMD28FFM–Arctic Puffin hi resolution illustration Lithograph of antiquarian Victorian colour plate from 1860's Cassell's Book of Birds featuring Arctic Puffin
RM2AHD5FM–American West in vintage photo, 1860s-1870s
RMF7P03G–1860's photo of a Japanese Samurai
RF2M7CA5T–View of the Canal, Venice, Italy 1860s
RMC5YJ7P–A society ball in Paris in the 1860's.
RM2BMGKG7–[ 1860s Japan - Japanese Woman Serving Tea ] — A waitress or servant with a teapot and cups. 19th century vintage albumen photograph.
RMFW5M69–cheque signed by Charles Dickens in the 1860s. At the Charles Dickens Birthplace Museum; 393 Old Commercial Road, Portsmouth, PO1 4QL; the home of John and Elizabeth Dickens when he worked at the Navy Pay Office. Charles Dickens born 7th February 1812.
RMDBD6WP–1860s Victorian Map of the Isle of Arran
RMW7JDB7–Muslims in China in the 1860s
RMCWAXWH–The first phonograph, circa 1860s.
RMKTD61J–Sir Richard Owen KCB FRMS FRS (1804-1892) in an 1860s portrait.
RMT6CPH6–Reverse of Edwardian carte de visite (CDV) showing photographer's promotional material, studio of R. Wilson, Dumfries, Scotland, U.K., circa 1860's U.K.
RMG6CGY9–1860s 1862 DESTRUCTION OF GOSPORT NAVY YARD BY CONFEDERATES NORFOLK VIRGINIA
RMFD7XYJ–Maximilianeum in Munich, 1860s
RMM36C6W–1860's Japan - portrait of a porter
RM2B01AKF–Japan: Portrait of an unknown actor. Ukiyo-e woodblock print by Mori Yoshiyuki (1835-1879), c. 1860s. Ukiyo-e, literally 'pictures of the floating world', are a genre of Japanese woodblock prints (or woodcuts) and paintings produced between the 17th and the 20th centuries, featuring motifs of landscapes, tales from history, the theatre, and pleasure quarters. It is the main artistic genre of woodblock printing in Japan. Usually the word ukiyo is literally translated as 'floating world' in English, referring to a conception of an evanescent world and impermanent, fleeting beauty.
RMMHMKDF–JAPANESE GYMNASTS 1860S
RF2DCD813–Surveyors for Railroad, American West, 1860s
RMEXRW2C–1860s UK Napoleon Magazine Plate
RMD31R6A–Black and White etched page portrait and signature of Henry Longfellow from his 1860's 'The Poetical Works of Henry Longfellow'
RM2AHD5FX–American West in vintage photo, 1860s-1870s
RMREJWBD–Panorama, Paris, France, Silver Albumen Print, Edouard Baldus, 1860's
RMM6503B–Italian general Giuseppe Garibaldi, 1860s
RM2K1M3DC–Old Court House Street, Kolkata, (formally Calcutta), India in the 1860's. Possibly by British photographer Samuel Bourne, 1834 - 1912.
RM2BKPMTH–[ 1860s Japan - Japanese Flower Arrangement ] — A man in kimono and traditional hairstyle practicing Ikebana flower arrangement, 1860s-1870s. 19th century vintage albumen photograph.
RMAXK72J–Victorian 1860s Carte de Visite CDV old vintage photograph collection
RMDBP19K–Torquay The Ladies' Bathing Cove 1860s
RMT7H8B8–Austrian Military Band on the March in the 1860s
RMCWB886–Ancient Greece, print dated 1860s
RMKTD61H–Sir Richard Owen KCB FRMS FRS (1804-1892) in an 1860s portrait.
RMBJTNC5–geography / travel, United States of America, American Civil War 1861 - 1865, ruins of Charleston, South Carolina, wood engraving, circa 1865, 19th century, historic, historical, 1860s, wars, destruction, destroyed houses, debris, Southern States, North America, ruin, people,
RMG6CH1C–1860s MAY 1862 MCCLELLAN’S UNION TROOPS AT SIEGE OF YORKTOWN VIRGINIA
RF2C8MBBK–This painting titled The First Step is by Jean-Francois Millet (1814-1875). Here, in a fenced-in garden behind a house, parents encourage their child to walk for the first time. Delicate passages of blue, green, yellow, and red enliven the composition. In the 1860s Jean-François Millet began to add pastel to his black chalk drawings of peasants and rural life, with the hope that the addition of color would make his monochromatic drawings more marketable. Millet was a french painter and belonged to the realism Movement.
RMM36C77–1860's Japan - portrait of buddhist priests
RM2B016E9–Japan: Tokugawa Yoshinobu (28 October 28 1837 – 22 November 1913), 15th and last ruler of the Tokugawa Shogunate (r. 1866-1867). Portrait, c. 1860s. Tokugawa Yoshinobu, born Matsudaira Shichiromaro and also known as Keiki, was the 15th and last shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate. He was chosen to succeed Tokugawa Iemochi in 1866, and immediately ordered massive governmental reforms. He modernised the Japanese army and purchased foreign equipment, but was forced to resign in 1867 by rebelling daimyos, leading to the Boshin War. Yoshinobu went into quiet retirement as Japan changed.
RM2F61GY6–Surveyors for Railroad, American West, 1860s
RMEXR0NN–1860s UK Howe Bicycles Poster
RMD28GBJ–Nightingale Bird High resolution enhanced scan of antiquarian Victorian colour plate from 1860's Cassell's Book of Birds ''Nightingale''
RM2AHD5F3–American West in vintage photo, 1860s-1870s
RMREJWBN–Louvre Museum, Paris, France, Silver Albumen Print, Edouard Baldus, 1860's
RM2K428WR–Two hunters with their rifles and the dog, Italy 1860s
RMM4TNK8–Prospecting for Gold, Victorian gold rush, Victoria, Australia, 1851-1860's
RM2BKNKWE–[ 1860s Japan - Port of Kobe ] — Engraving from the Illustrated London News showing the port of Hyogo, the future city of Kobe, in 1868. 19th century vintage newspaper engraving.
RMAXD10J–Victorian 1860s Carte de Visite CDV old vintage photograph collection
RMR5X55H–* Vintage 1860's-1870's Tintype Photograph of a Smartly Dressed Bearded Gentleman
RMRMKHH0–Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna, 1860s
RMCWB683–Martin Van Buren, ca. 1860s
RM2G7PM35–Birthplace of William Shakespeare (1564-1615), Stratford-upon-Avon, in Warwickshire, England. Photo: 1860s.
RMG5FWF5–geography / travel, USA, American Civil War 1861 - 1865, transport, military train passing a bridge built by US railroad engineers, 1862, railroad, railway, military, Federal, architecture, technics, 19th century, historic, historical, 1860s, people, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMG6CH21–1860s JULY 1863 VIEW OF UNION LINES DURING BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
RMBX0JG8–woman with pin striped jacket 1860s 1870s black and white tin type photograph
RMM36C6J–1860's Japan - portrait of a young woman
RM2B01BG8–France/Vietnam: Marie Joseph François (Francis) Garnier (25 July 1839 - 21 December 1873), French imperialist and explorer. Portrait, c. 1860s. Francis Garnier was a French officer and explorer known for his exploration of the Mekong River in Southeast Asia. In 1873 Garnier was sent to Tonkin by Admiral Dupré, the governor of Cochinchina, to resolve a dispute between the Vietnamese authorities and the French entrepreneur Jean Dupuis. Persuaded that the time was ripe for a French conquest of Tonkin, Garnier captured Hanoi, the capital of Tonkin, with a mere 180 men.
RMD887XJ–Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire 1860S
RMT7YTKT–Slavery, Planter Family and Slave, 1860s
RMEXT30N–1860s UK Croquet Magazine Plate
RMD28DKB–Waglers Cassicus' High resolution enhanced scan of antiquarian Victorian colour plate from 1860's Cassell's Book of Birds 'Waglers Cassicus'
RM2AHD5ET–American West in vintage photo, 1860s-1870s
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