RFJ67XNM–wedge gourmet cheese british english dairy produce fabricate blue vertical
RMW7CGY6–Romano-British enclosed settlement containing a hut circle, Whitcliffe Scar, North Yorkshire, 2014 Creator: Historic England Staff Photographer.
RMMTEE5G–Dorothy Sayers (1893-1957), renowned English writer often considered one of the British authors informally known as 'The Inklings' (due to her friendship with C.S. Lewis and Charles Williams) in a portrait from 1928.
RMD84M9W–A pair couple of swans by Fairy Lake, Ickworth, Suffolk British English Countryside, East Anglia UK
RFH27CJ3–British English on blackboard. Close up.
RMDHF2XK–British english union jack souvenirs in shop window
RFD4MXGE–Red British/English telephone box
RMGNTBXW–Rolls Royce, vintage classic British English motor car vehicle cars vehicles automobile automobiles
RMD9CWXF–Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) English poet of the Victorian era. He was appointed Poet Laureate in 1850 and remains one of the most widely read poets in the English language.
RMEDPCGK–John Raphael Smith (British (English), 1751 - 1812) after George Morland (British (English), 1763 - 1804). African Hospitality
RM2JH7R25–J. M. E. McTaggart (1866-1925), c1920. By Roger Eliot Fry (1866-1934). English idealist metaphysician. A fellow and lecturer in philosophy at Trinity College, Cambridge, he was an exponent of the philosophy of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and among the most notable of the British idealists. McTaggart is known for 'The Unreality of Time' (1908).
RMANTHAW–UK British English sterling currency £20 twenty pound notes close up
RM2GXN7WJ–Triumphant March of British Troops
RMM6W441–Percy Fawcett (1867-c.1925). Portrait of the British archaeologist and explorer, Lieutenant Colonel Percival Harrison Fawcett, taken in 1911
RMK1EF2N–Edinburgh, UK. 27th August 2017. Richard Beard (left), the English novelist, and Graham Caveney, the British writer, appearing at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Gary Doak / Alamy Live News
RM2K2JYW2–Drawing of an 18th century British Warship
RMA3WJK0–GIBRALTAR Rock from spain British English defend defence border Spanish harbour Mediterranean view point travel maritime nautica
RMDF1GKA–'The Trades Increase, as Concerning Ships,' English pamphlet, 1681. Hand-colored woodcut
RMCWAAPT–William Somerset Maugham (1874-1965), English novelist, playwright caused controversy by his use of homosexual themes. 1930.
RM2K424MK–Portrait of British statesman and minister Charles James Fox, 1800 ca.
RMMTEE7C–Dorothy Sayers (1893-1957), renowned English writer often considered one of the British authors informally known as 'The Inklings' (due to her friendship with C.S. Lewis and Charles Williams) in a portrait from 1928.
RF2AH7RXA–The image shows two British serving men between 1450 and 1500. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMJ484W8–Portrait of Lady Cockburn and Her Children English School 1773 by Sir Joshua Reynolds 1723-1792 United Kingdom, England, English, British, Britain,
RMABHGKD–U K Stamp UK U K letters stamp British English
RFH7RDPK–British English weather rainy autumn day viewed through Georgian sash window in market town.
RMBJ1HJC–Historical re-enactment, British English redcoats 1815 military history uniform uniforms dress costume costumes fashion fashions
RMD9CTXT–Robert Cornelius Napier, 1st Baron Napier of Magdala (1810-1890) c1878. English soldier who spent much of his career in India: Commandeer-in-Chief in India 1870-1876: Governor of Gibraltar 1876-1883: Field Marshal 1887.
RMEDPCGJ–John Raphael Smith (British (English), 1751 - 1812) after George Morland (British (English), 1763 - 1804). Slave Trade, 1791
RMBT6M4Y–Babington's Tea Rooms British English uk Rome 'Spanish square' window entrance restaurant drink breakfast 'Piazza di Spagna'
RMPGF44P–John 'Sixteen String Jack' Rann (1750 - 1774) English pickpocket, general criminal and highwayman noted for his eccentricity of dress including laces, ribbons, feathers and flowers.- Here he is seen Highwayman John Rann '16 string Jack' is spotted dancing by a turnkey (jailer) -From 'Life on the road' or, 'Claude, Turpin, and Jack' published 1800
RMKRETNT–British Empire Exhibition London
RM2M9J838–Ben Nicholson. Portrait of the British artist, Benjamin Lauder Nicholson (1894-1982) by Mabel Pryde (1871–1918), oil on canvas, c. 1910-14
RMK1EF2R–Edinburgh, UK. 27th August 2017. Richard Beard (left), the English novelist, and Graham Caveney, the British writer, appearing at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Gary Doak / Alamy Live News
RM2K2K0X8–Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister 1979-1990
RMPH5H13–'The Gallery of British Costume: How The English Dressed in King John's Time', c1934. Artist: Unknown.
RM2C72KJC–BENJAMIN HAYDON (1786-1845) English painter
RMKWD8Y2–Bertrand Russell, British philosopher, historian, social critic, and political activist. He received the 1950 Nobel Prize in Literature, cited for his humanitarian ideals and advocacy of freedom of thought (BSLOC 2016 8 150)
RFHHJ404–coins, mixed, british, english, full frame, cash, cold cash, money in cash,
RMC4EECD–Traditional British Antique store exterior England UK
RMW7C795–View of the front of Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire. Artist: Unknown
RMCYTHHA–Samuel Taylor Coleridge, English poet
RMKH910R–Ronald Colman - portrait. English actor, 9 February 1891 – 19 May 1958.
RMA8RE99–Big Ben and London Eye British English England Big Ben Saint St Stephens Stephen s Steven s Tower central London, England, uk
RFH7RDP5–British English weather rainy autumn day viewed through Georgian sash window in market town.
RMB2F5JB–British English Grenadier Redcoat 1751 military uniform costume army military history musket armed weapon weaponry shako
RM2M3RTMF–Albert Chevalier (1861 - 1923), singing one of his coster songs in a West-End drawing-room.
RMKCDA9R–Saint John, 15th century, British, English oak, Overall: 33 7/16 x 12 1/8 x 6 3/4 in. (84.9 x 30.8 x 17.1 cm), Sculpture-Wood
RM2A814NP–Vintage UK ASTON MARTIN 1930's British Motorcar Press Advertisement for The Aston Martin International Sports 4 seater 1932 ' The car with characteristics all its own' priced at £475
RM2BT2AH2–A full length 1842 portrait of British M.P. (Member of Parliament) Richard Cobden (1804-1865). He was an English calico fabric manufacturer & radical Liberal politician who was associated with two major free trade campaigns, the Anti-Corn Law League and the Cobden–Chevalier Treaty. In 1838, he and John Bright founded the Anti-Corn Law League, aimed at abolishing the unpopular Corn Laws. He also wrote under the pen name Libra. During a radical overseas tour during the 1840's he was well received in France, Spain, Italy, Germany & Russia and continued with his political career promoting peace.
RM2GXN7W6–English Troops Landing In New York
RFGEDP9W–traditional british english sunday roast beef with vegetables classic meal
RM2F7C215–The Crown (TV series), season 4: Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II
RM2K2JW22–Charles James Fox (1749-1806) English Whig (Liberal) politician. Engraving.
RMPH5H12–'The Gallery of British Costume: How The English Dressed in King John's Time', c1934. Artist: Unknown.
RMTRHBH7–JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN (1836-1914) British politician and statesman
RMKWB6AY–British Ambassador George MacCartney kneeling before the Qianlong Emperor of China, Sept 14, 1793. Standing behind the Emperor is Viceroy Liang Kentang and the future Jiaqing Emperor. To MacCartney's left are George Staunton and his Chinese speaking son, (BSIC 2016 9 1)
RFHHJ403–coins, mixed, british, english, full frame, cash, cold cash, money in cash,
RMB46HDY–English farmer standing in field with his herd of cows, UK
RMW7CGEG–Tiled mural by Gordon Cullen, Coventry, West Midlands, 2014. Artist: Steven Baker.
RMCYTH54–Jonathan Swift, English satirist and clergyman
RMKD6P2Y–Sir Thomas Beecham - portrait of the British conductor. 29 April 1879 - 8 March 1961.
RM2H65523–Original very clear 1920's era postcard of fashionable bathers, attractive women and girls, fashionable headbands and hairstyles, British seaside resort, pier in background, U.K.
RFH7RDR6–British English weather rainy autumn day viewed through Georgian sash window in market town.
RMD70DJ9–Kings Lynn, Norfolk, Captain George Vancouver Statue, British English naval explorer, explorers, Purfleet Quay, England UK
RMD2X373–British photographer Martin Parr working at The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 2011
RMEE0D9W–Botanical print or English natural history illustration by Joseph Swan 1796-1872, British Engraver
RM2D4JRMT–THE MOTOR 1920’s Archive British motoring magazine front cover 15.7-hp six-cylinder Shelsley motor car, made by Crossley Motors Ltd, Gorton, Manchester, 1929.
RMD9CX3H–Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke (1561-1621) born Mary Sydney (Sidney), poet, translator and literary patron. The first Englishwoman to be recognised for her literary talent. Her brother was the poet Philip Sydney.
RM2GXN7WA–British Troops Marching in New York
RFGJ3J5B–traditional british english sunday roast beef with vegetables classic meal
RM2F7C20T–The Crown (TV series), season 4: Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher
RMR20TWB–Henry Campbell-Bannerman (1836-1908) Scottish-born British Prime Minister 1905-1908.
RMPH5H11–'The Gallery of British Costume: How The English Dressed in King John's Time', c1934. Artist: Unknown.
RMRF008F–WILLIAM HUSKISSON (1770-1830) British politician and financier
RMKWD85K–English Golfer Jim Barnes in 1921. He moved to the U. S. where he played professional golf from 1906. He won four majors: PGA Championship in 1916 and 1919; U.S. Open in 1921; The Open Championship, 1925. (BSLOC 2015 17 107)
RFJ80F67–england british english salt water sea ocean water antique vintage port saint
RMB0PRJG–Traditional English pub sign - Wig and Mitre - at a pub in Lincoln, England, UK
RMW7CH28–Coldstones Cut, Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, 2014. Creator: Historic England Staff Photographer.
RMDAX0R7–George III, King of England during the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
RMKFRB8W–Lily Brayton - portrait. English stage actress, 23 June 1876 – 30 April 1953. C. 1904.
RMPD2NPT–The British Fleet Entering Havana, 21 August 1762 - Dominic Serres, circa 1775. A depiction of an episode from the last major operation of the Seven Years War, 1756-63.
RFH7RDN0–British English weather rainy autumn day viewed through Georgian sash window in market town.
RFB76E32–Traditional British English House Near Boarded Up Abandoned Street in Manchester
RM2J6PHYJ–Art cartoon showing an humorous take on the popular British English saying pushing up the daisies /pushing up daisies meaning to be dead and buried
RMH4MP1Y–Botanical print or English natural history illustration by Joseph Swan 1796-1872, British Engraver
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