RM2JN7NBF–Engraving of the Biblical concept of the waters divided from the waters
RM2JN7NA9–Engraving of Archbishop François de Salignac de la Mothe-Fénelon tending to the French wounded after The Battle of Malplaquet. The battle took place on 11 September 1709 during the War of the Spanish Succession between a French army commanded by the Duke of Villars and a Grand Alliance force under the Duke of Marlborough.
RM2JN7NA7–Engraving of Saint-Nicolas du Chardonnet, a Catholic church in the centre of Paris, France, in the 5th arrondissement. It was constructed between 1656 and 1763. Image circa 1850.
RM2JN7N97–Engraving of two armed French soldiers talking with two women, circa 1850
RM2JN7N94–Engraving of a poppet head of a gold mine overlooking a mining town
RM2JN7N93–Engraving of the room of sculptor Antoine Coyzevox at the Louvre in Paris, France, circa 1850. Coysevox was famous for his works displayed at the palace of Versailles.
RM2JMM7W2–Illustration from the French magazine Journal Pour Tous (newspaper for all) in 1856, showing the gallery of antique statues in the Louvre museum
RM2JMM7WB–Engraving of pagans making a human sacrifice, circa 1850
RM2JMM7P0–Interior of the Cathedral at Saint-Gervais, France
RM2JMM7W7–A man introduces a woman into high society
RM2JMM7P9–Engraving of a prior riding on a donkey to the convent
RM2JMM7WH–Engraving of the portal of the chapel of the chateau de vincennes
RM2JMM7P2–Illustration from the French magazine Journal Pour Tous (newspaper for all) in 1856, showing a man objecting to a couple getting married
RM2JMM7J9–Illustration from the French magazine Journal Pour Tous (newspaper for all) in 1856 showing a man meeting an elderly woman in a park or garden
RM2JMM7ET–Engraving of a weary-looking man riding a horse, circa 1890
RM2JMM7WF–Engraving of richly dressed couples in the drawing room of an aristocrat's house
RM2JMM80F–Engraving of a crocodile threatening an overweight man
RM2JMM7J5–Illustration from the French magazine Journal Pour Tous (newspaper for all) in 1856, showing two men loitering on the city streets of Paris
RM2JMM80B–Engraving of a man being attacked by a poisonous snake
RM2JMM7NR–Engraved portrait of Venceslas Victor Jacquemont (1801 – 1832) French botanist and geologist known for his travels in India.
RM2JMM7EP–Engraving of wealthy ladies buying flowers in the streets of Paris, France, circa 1850
RM2JMM7JJ–Illustration from the French magazine Journal Pour Tous (newspaper for all) in 1856. The captain reads: the bailiff read the official document in a nasal voice
RM2JMM7EM–Front cover of the French magazine Journal Pour Tous (newspaper for all) in 1856, showing a crowd attacking a building
RM2JMM7EH–18th century engraving of witches being burned at the stake somewhere in Europe
RM2JMM7EK–Illustration from the French magazine Journal Pour Tous (newspaper for all) in 1856, showing a crowd of men breaking into a mansion
RM2JM4WHW–Cartoon style illustration of an old man and a horse playing leap frog
RM2JM4WD0–King George VI with Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret
RM2JM4WCX–Horse riders in a fox hunt gather to start the hunt
RM2JM4WMY–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring a Chinese boy, circa 1940
RM2JM4WHY–Cartoon style illustration of an old man and a horse posing for a photograph
RM2JM4W8B–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring a Spanish girl, circa 1940
RM2JM4WDH–the Lord Mayor's coach
RM2JM4W8K–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring an African boy, circa 1940
RM2JM4WHR–Cartoon style illustration of an old man and a horse blowing bubbles
RM2JM4WJ5–Retro design of the covering card for playing Snap, featuring children of all nations, circa 1940
RM2JM4WF5–Circus children perform on a horse
RM2JM4W9K–The Royal Greys on parade at Ascot
RM2JM4WD4–The drumhorse of the Household Cavalry, published early 1900s
RM2JM4WH7–Cartoon style illustration of two children treating a horse unkindly and then nicely
RM2JM4W98–Polo players enjoying their game
RM2JM4W8Y–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring an Arab girl, circa 1940
RM2JM4WHJ–Cartoon style illustration of an old man and a horse catching butterflies
RM2JM4WN5–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring a Swiss boy, circa 1940
RM2JM4WH1–Cartoon style illustration of two children falling off a horse
RM2JM4WN9–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring a Scottish girl, circa 1940
RM2JM4W80–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring a Mexican girl, circa 1940
RM2JM4WMR–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring a Maori girl, circa 1940
RM2JM4WHD–Cartoon style illustration of two children riding a horse
RM2JM4WN2–Retro design of a card for playing Snap, featuring a Red indian boy, circa 1940
RM2JM4WHF–Cartoon of a mischievous boy holding pepper up to a horse's nose, making the horse sneeze violently
RM2JK62H3–Thomas Caradoc Rose Price CB (21 October 1842 – 3 July 1911), often known as Colonel Tom Price, was an Australian soldier, who helped to create the Light Horse
RM2JK62HB–Jamestown, St Helena, where Boer prisoners were confined
RM2JK62FB–Engraving of a group of coolies planning a mutiny to take over their ship, 1877
RM2JK62EP–US torpedo boat Porter
RM2JK62FK–Engraving of people removing bodies from an accident at Avondale, Pennsylvania, September 1869, when 110 workers died in a colliery fire
RM2JK62F1–Engraving of the Christian Herald vessel, laden with corn for India
RM2JK62F6–Engraving of an attempt to burn a coolie ship, 1877
RM2JK62GK–Chinese warships in battle
RM2JK62DW–The Battle of Manila, sometimes called the Mock Battle of Manila, was a land engagement which took place in Manila on August 13, 1898, at the end of the Spanish–American War, four months after the decisive victory by Commodore Dewey's Asiatic Squadron at the Battle of Manila Bay. (Wikipedia) Published early 1900s.
RM2JK62FF–Engraving of a group of coolies during a mutiny on their ship, 1877
RM2JK62E6–HMS torpedo boat Viper
RM2JK62GX–street scene in Tien Tsin, China, early 1900s
RM2JK62EM–HMS Cruiser, Europa, with a speed of 22 knots and a consumption of 350 tons of coal daily
RM2JK62EW–Engraving of U.S. Torpedo Boat 'Cushing'
RM2JK62HF–Engraving of a map and the principal characters in the Boer war.
RM2JJF3HD–A Dayak man from Bornoe tests a newly-made poison dart blowpipe; Image published 1929.
RM2JJF3HJ–A Dayak man from Bornoe checks the bore and straightness of his newly-made blowpipe; Image published 1929.
RM2JJF3HF–A Dayak man from Bornoe makes a poison dart for his blowpipe, using stems from the Bertram Palm; Image published 1929.
RM2JJF3HE–A Dayak man from Bornoe mixing the poison for his dart blowpipe, probably from the sap of Antiaris toxicaria and Styrchnos nux-vomica; Image published 1929.
RM2JHPN59–Engraving of the habitations of termites or white ants
RM2JHPN50–man hunting in a tropical rainforest
RM2JHPN4H–Engraving of the pre-adamite world, from an early book on creation science
RM2JHPN7E–Engraving of a Labyrinthodont, an extinct predatory amphibians which were major components of ecosystems in the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic
RM2JHPN5D–Engraving of a volcanic eruption
RM2JHPN7M–Engraving of prehistoric mammals
RM2JHPN6K–Engraving of a belemnite, part of the Belemnitida, an extinct order of squid-like cephalopods that existed from the Late Triassic to Late Cretaceous.
RM2JHPN5M–Engraving of prehistoric Ichthyosaurus and plesiosaurus
RM2JHPN7Y–Engraving of the Biblical deluge in the days of Noah
RM2JHPN56–Engraving of a tropical rainforest
RM2JH4NGA–Engraved portrait of Sir John Palmer, 5th Baronet (1735– 1817) British politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1765 to 1780.
RM2JH4NCX–Engraving of plan of the city of Bath, England, in about 1700 AD.
RM2JH4NFY–Rconstruction of the sack of Akeman near Bath, England, from a publication in the early 1900s
RM2JH4NC2–Engraved portrait of Major-General Robert Clive, 1st Baron Clive, KB, FRS (1725 – 1774), also known as Clive of India, was the first British Governor of the Bengal Presidency.
RM2JH4NGP–battle of hastings, 1066
RM2JH4NCD–Engraved portrait of King Charles II
RM2JH4NG5–Engraving of Edgar, AKA the Peaceful or the Peaceable, King of the English from 959 until his death in 975. The younger son of King Edmund I and Ælfgifu of Shaftesbury, he came to the throne as a teenager following the death of his older brother, King Eadwig.
RM2JH4NAY–Engraved portrait of Edward I (1239 – 1307), also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots. King of England from 1272 to 1307.
RM2JH4NBN–Thomas Wolsey ( 1473 – 1530) English statesman and Catholic bishop.
RM2JH4NGT–Engraving of a Franciscan Friar from the Middle Ages in England
RM2JH4NEX–Engraving of an ancient Briton in a coracle
RM2JH4NE2–Statue of King Alfred, King of the West Saxons from 871 to c. 886 and King of the Anglo-Saxons from c. 886 until his death in 899
RM2JH4NDN–the vikings return from a raiding expedition
RM2JH4NEG–Engraving of chipped flint weapons found near Bath, England
RM2JH4NDE–Engraving of the pump room at Bath, England, in the 18th century
RM2JH4NB1–Engraving of some ladies of Bath, England, in the 14th Century
RM2JH4NBY–Engraved portrait of James Wolfe (1727 – 1759) British Army officer known for his training reforms and remembered chiefly for his victory in 1759 over the French at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in Quebec as a major general.
RM2JH4NC6–Engraved portrait of John Pym (20 May 1584 – 8 December 1643) English politician who helped establish the foundations of Parliamentary democracy.
RM2JH4NEA–knut rebuilding a monastery
RM2JH4NB5–Engraved portrait of Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford KG (1378 – 9 August 1449) an English knight and landowner, from 1400 to 1414 a Member of the House of Commons, of which he became Speaker, then was an Admiral and peer.
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