RFMXP48B–United Kingdom (UK) flag painted on a brick wall. Concept image for Great Britain, British, England, English language , people and culture.
RM2M98RXH–Many Folk Misfitz - England - English Girl.
RMEC828W–The Danes land at Tynemouth in England. English refugees flee to the safety of a hastily built hill fort. 10th century AD
RMFJRJWR–St George of Merrie England, English fairy tale. St George slays the dragon. Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867 - 1939)
RFMN4F43–ENGLAND. English harvesters 1894 old antique vintage print picture
RMA6YHRD–Sussex Arundel British England English
RMC4KMHX–Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire England English medieval cathedrals UK west tower octagon and Park towers
RMB482MN–events, Second World War / WWII, aerial warfare, England, English coast near Dover with barrage balloons, photo taken by a German war correspondent with a telephote at the French coast, 1940,
RF2BMWRAR–James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth, Duke of Buccleuch, April 9, 1649 - July 15, 1685, was an illegitimate son of King Charles II of England, English pretender to the throne, general and leader of the Monmouth Rebellion. / James Scott, 1. Duke of Monmouth, Duke of Buccleuch, 9. April 1649 - 15. Juli 1685, war ein unehelicher Sohn von König Karl II. von England, englischer Thronprätendent, Feldherr und Führer der Monmouth Rebellion, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert,
RMR0XBME–England, English Breakfast
RMB7EWY8–St George Cross England English National Flag
RMDBTHEK–a man reads a book in the sun before perfroming a Punch and Judy show summer england english
RMC8N9YG–The Act of Union Scotland Scottish England English court Politician Politic Politics Political parliament government united
RMKE2KXG–The Minstrels' Gild of Northern England. Minstrel. Flute (hautbois), cittern, bass flute, crowth (fiddle), tabor and pipe.
RMTXH3DT–William, Duke of Normandy (c1028-1087) William I, the Conqueror, king of England from 1066. William landed with his army near Hastings, Sussex on 13 October 1066. The following day at the Battle of Hastings the English were defeated and their king Harold II, the last Anglo-Saxon king, was killed. Wood engraving c1900.
RMD91T7A–England English GB Kent Main Sands Margate UK
RMKNPCC8–Bank of England, London, Victorian illustration
RMCWAMHH–Benjamin Johnson (1665-1742, English actor. Engraving after portrait by Gerrit van Honthorst. Ca. 1730.
RM2DCDMRB–JAMES DOYLE (1822-1892) English illustrator and antiquary. 'The Standard Bearer of the Tenth Legion' from his Chronicle of England (1864)
RMER76RR–English Bridge, Shrewsbury, England
RMD95M0T–Hundred Years War between France and England. English troops attacking the walls of a French town with early cannon and both longbows and crossbows (1375-1425) Hand-coloured lithograph c1830.
RMERHN3G–Thomas Hardy house 'Max Gate', England. English poet novelist writer, 2 June 1840 - 11 January 1928. Victorian villa. Remained
RMAK0B2T–UK England English Lancashire Manchester Central,International Convention Centre,GMEX cinema movie theatre theater ticket tickets,long line lines queu
RMB1NXPC–Oxford street souvenirs of London England English
RMC6E3Y3–Croquet Association Flag, UK England English Britain British flying from flagpole flags sport sporting sports
RMCP1C8M–events, Hundred Years' War 1337 - 1453, Battle of Formigny 15.4.1450, French Victory over the Englishman, after miniature, 15th century, wood engraving, 19th century, historic, historical, France, England, English, conquest of the Normandy, knights, infantry, medieval times, Middle Ages, battlefield, battle field, battleground, battle fields, people, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RFJ86PN5–church small tiny little short england english rural peasant church small tiny
RMD05WDD–Church of St Mary the Virgin, Eardisland village, Herefordshire England english UK
RM2DDHEH6–Moving Mists, 1848 Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding, Watercolour, England, English, Frame, Animal, Cow, Countryside, Field, Farming, Works on Paper, Weather, Mist
RMDBTHEJ–a man reads a book in the sun before perfroming a Punch and Judy show summer england english
RMCBHW3X–Crumbs Lord Mayer Table London England English festival ceremony dinning table feast bread cakes cake feasting dinner
RM2F6TR9N–Jug-1796/1803-Liverpool, England English for the American market. Earthenware (creamware) with transfer decoration. 1796-1803.
RMTXH36X–Edward Montagu, lst Earl of Sandwich (1625-72) English naval commander: On the Parliamentary side in Civil Wars. On the Restoration of the monarchy in 1660, he was appointed Admiral. In the Third Dutch War (1672-1678) he was blown up in his flagship 'Royal James' at Battle of Southwold Bay. From 'The Imperial History of England' by Theophilus Camden (London, 1832). Engraving.
RMFEH8X5–Britain British Covent Garden England English GB Great Britain London Soho UK United Kingdom West End city sidewalk street town
RMJK392H–Gloucester Cathedral, England, Victorian period
RMCWA959–Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892), Poet Laureate of England, in an 1867 portrait by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879).
RM2DCDMR8–JAMES DOYLE (1822-1892) English illustrator and antiquary. 'Augustine preaching before King Ethelbert' from his Chronicle of England (1864)
RM2ARBDMG–Coronation of King Henry VI of England as a boy of eight. He succeeded to the throne when he was less than one year old. He was also, for a time, the disputed King of France. Date: 1429
RMDN2K3J–Torn tattered Union Jack Flag England English worn
RMFJRJX1–St George of Merrie England, English fairy tale. Princess Sabia recognises her beloved St George disguised as a beggar. Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867 - 1939)
RMAFDG21–United Kingdom,UK,U.K.,Great Britain,British,Western Europe,European,Europa,European Union,EU,E.U.,England,English,London,Royal Albert Hall,historic c
RMA6YER6–Tea Pot England English United Kingdom restaurant
RMC6E3XE–Croquet Association Flag, UK England English Britain British flying from flagpole flags sport sporting sports
RMA1MX1D–England English Coin from Charles 1st dated 1644 Oxford Crown
RFJ5W1TP–tree field england english meadow grass lawn green blue colour tree hill
RMDAN41F–Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury executed for heresy under Mary I. Digitally colored steel engraving
RMD8W05B–English bowling green with clock tower on pavilion, Scarborough, England.
RM2DDHF31–Romantic Landscape With Figures And Cattle, c.1725-1809 Paul Sandby (d.1809), Landscape, Watercolour, England, English, Castle, Frame, Rural, Animal, Cow, River, Picnic, Works on Paper
RMF7PTGG–A bleeding bowl, England, 1770-1777.
RMA5DRPF–Rochester cathedral Kent England English UK United Kingdom GB Great Britain entrance timber stone carved Christian church wash
RMRKR1WG–Jug - 1796/1803 - Liverpool, England English for the American market - Origin: Liverpool, Date: 1796–1803, Medium: Earthenware (creamware) with
RM2GF914T–Micklegate Bar, York, England seen here at the time of the English Civil War. It was the traditional ceremonial gate for monarchs entering the city who touched the state sword when entering the gate. From Picturesque England its Landmarks and Historic Haunts, published, 1891
RM2D9PRXD–Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556). The first Protestant archbishop of Canterbury. Adviser to the English kings Henry VIII and Edward VI. He was denounced by the Catholic queen Mary I for promoting Protestantism, convicted of heresy and burned at the stake. Portrait by Gerlach Flicke (active 1545-died 1558). Cranner is depicted holding the Epistles of St Paul. Oil on panel, 1545. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMKNMDJG–Grasmere, Lake District, England, Victorian illustration
RMCWAMJA–Lillie Langtry (1853-1929), English society beauty turned actress, in her later years. Ca. 1910-20.
RFF8G91Y–English Countryside Meadow. England, United Kingdom. Farmland Near Southampton, UK.
RMTAACH9–Journal of the Long Parliament. 'A Perfect Diurnall of the Passage in Parliament', London, December 26th, 1642. One of the earlier 'newsbooks', which were the predecessors of today's newspapers. This issue is rare as it has a wood engraving in the masthead. The Long Parliament of England was established 3rd November 1640 to pass financial bills, following the Bishops' Wars. It was not dissolved until after the English Civil War.
RMDN2K3R–Torn tattered Union Jack Flag England English worn
RMMBFE2K–English Fashion beginning of the XV Century,
RMA68HP2–An English woodland with Oak Hazel and Ash trees, and an area cut and stacked for firewood. Sussex, England.
RMA6YBWF–University Oxford student students England English
RFC8MKAY–40 MPH Speed Limit Sign, UK England English motoring speed restriction roadside signs forty miles per hour limits Britain
RM2M9J837–Athelstan. Portrait of the first King of England, Æthelstan (c. 894- 939), Wills cigarette card,
RMDF417M–Family going to a Christmas party by horse-drawn sleigh, England, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
RFAA6BYX–English country lane on a beautiful summers day taken in Hampshire, England.
RM2DDHF39–Scene In Worcestershire, c.1725-1809 Paul Sandby (d.1809), Landscape, 18th Century, England, English, Frame, Rural, Animal, Cow, Countryside, Agriculture, Farming, England, Worcestershire, Works on Paper
RMG2N024–Oil on Canvas painting by the English artist Frederick Walker (26th May 1840 - 4th June 1875) Work titled 'The right of way'. Completed in 1875.
RMA5EPH6–Hereford cathedral Wye bridge England English UK United Kingdom GB Great Britain Road transport sail boat river bank arch stone
RMBNBBR8–English flags hanging outside pub in Covent Garden London England UK
RMMFT6X0–Samuel Butler's house, Pershore, Worcestershire, England. Samuel Butler, 1613 –1680. English poet and satirist. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum, published 1847.
RMBT2T5R–Milton Abbey School in the village Milton Abbas, Dorset, England. English independent public school. Pupils playing cricket
RMKNMDK0–Keswick, Lake District, England, Victorian illustration
RMCWAMJ0–Laura Keene (1820-1873), English born actress, managed the theater company that performed OUR AMERICAN COUSIN at Ford's Theater
RMTXG619–Open air election meeting in Portsmouth Docks, England, 1910s.
RM2AHHTB5–Charlotte Brontë (Thornton, Yorkshire, England, 1816-Haworth, Yorkshire, 1855). English novelist noted for Jane Eyre, 1847. Engraving. Later colouration.
RFK37G63–Old engraved portrait of John Milton (1608 – 1674), English poet, in a oval frame. Old Illustration by unidentified author, published on Magasin Pittoresque, Paris, 1834.
RMMBFE2C–English ceremonial objects in the 1200's
RF2F9F2D1–This photo of John Ruskin is from a plate take by Miss Acland at Brantwood. John Ruskin (1819-1900) was the leading English art critic of the Victorian era, as well as an art patron, draughtsman, watercolourist, philosopher, prominent social thinker and philanthropist. He wrote on subjects as varied as geology, architecture, myth, ornithology, literature, education, botany and political economy. Brantwood is a historic house museum in Cumbria, England, overlooking Coniston Water. It has been the home of a number of prominent people. The house and grounds are administered by a charitable trust,
RME09D5B–September Clouds 1891 Hassam Childe 1859-1935 England English British Britain
RFC8MKC0–40 MPH Speed Limit Sign, UK England English motoring speed restriction roadside signs forty miles per hour limits Britain
RM2DMF22F–Royal Pavilion, Brighton, George IV, King of England, English, 1762 – 1830, Graphite on white laid paper, Original album associated with this collection still exists. See 1948-40-1 accessory, London, England, 1817–22, architecture, Drawing
RMDEC5C7–camber sands england english clear summers day
RMA3WJN7–armada War Spain Spanish England English ship sail fleet battle cannon smoke water sea conflict nelson galleon mast marine marit
RMF746R2–English flags St George Cross of St George flying outside The Crown pub Seven Dials Covent Garden London England UK
RMMN58M6–Thomas Lombe's silk mill, Derby, England. Sir Thomas Lombe, 1685–1739. English merchant and developer of machinery for silk throwing. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum, published 1847.
RMB1W0BR–15th centuary cathedral classic England English Eton frames garden gate school
RMKNMDJH–Borrowdale, Lake District, England, Victorian illustration
RMCWAAA6–John Masefield (1878-1967), English poet, and novelist who was Poet Laureate from 1930 to 1967, in photo ca. 1920.
RMTXGXBG–David Herbert Lawrence (1885-1930) English novelist and poet
RM2DAA52T–Alexander Pope (1688-1744). English satirical poet. Bust by John Michael Rysbrack (1693-1770). Marble, 1730. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.