RM2K2K2YM–British Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson, Royal Navy officer. Engraving dated 1873
RMBENDGC–english british and international newspapers for sale in a cypriot newsagents larnaca republic of cyprus
RMA4K0H2–captain robert le mesurier m'clure English British navy naval officer explorer polar arctic nautical marine maritime portrait he
RMCWAMBA–Mrs. Patrick Campbell, (1865-1940) English actress, holding pet dog. 1901
RMD27Y3J–Traditional English, British beach hut
RMRBYP19–CHARLIE CHAPLIN PORTRAIT Archive c1916 image of Charlie Chaplin renowned silent movies British film star comic actor and director. Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin KBE (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977) an iconic English comic actor, filmmaker, and composer who rose to fame in the era of silent film.
RMA9AWE6–Union Jack English British Brit Flag
RFDC8X8Y–English - British banknotes only - Paper Currency
RMGAT6HA–palladian style english british big country house
RM2GXN6TF–Quaker lady detaining the English general
RMAXJ2N3–English surgeon Joseph Lister. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
RM2HHH1C6–Before a Thunderstorm by the English artist, George Morland (1763-1804), oil on canvas, 1791
RM2ARBDJ2–The British Valhalla -- Magna Carta -- King John signs it at Runnymede, surrounded by the Barons. Date: 1215
RMJ44B75–The Painter's Daughters chasing a Butterfly 1756 Thomas Gainsborough 1727 - 1788 United Kingdom, England, English, British, Britain,
RMERGP5E–English/ British machine gun division with heavy machine gun in firing position in area already exposed to gas attack, wearing
RM2K2JW1Y–John Milton (1608-1674) English poet, born at Cheapside, London. Engraving. British Literature
RMCMWFG1–English British country A30 Salisbury road sign on building wall with greenery and plants
RMHM68E4–english british UK news newspapers papers on for sale newsagent newsagents Valletta Malta abroad rapid communication same day
RMCWAATW–J. K. Jerome (1859-1927) popular English author achieved early success with humorous novels, 'The Idle Thoughts of an Idle
RMD27Y05–Traditional English, British beach hut
RMJHWD73–British 'kid catcher' school attendance officer and 'bobby' policeman
RMC16NAA–English politician and pacifist Sir William Randal Cremer (1828 - 1908) - winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1903.
RM2BWBW9P–Mr Walter Widdop , the Yorkshire tenor , who will appear during the season of opera in English by the British National Opera Company at the Golders Green Hippodrome . 10 January 1927
RMR230W2–GEORGE JESSEL (1824-1883) Senior British judge
RMC2JKH6–Your king & country need you to maintain the honour and glory of the British Empire
RMHAAEEP–selection of english british made alcoholic drinks
RM2H3BG7P–La Belle Dame sans Merci by the English artist, Frank Dicksee (1853-1928), oil on canvas, 1901
RM2ARBDC9–The British Valhalla -- The Crusading Kings (Ninth Crusade). Showing Prince Edward Longshanks (soon to become King Edward I) and the Sultan signing a truce in May 1272 at Caesarea. Date: 1272
RMC97MKP–Ann Mary Consable 1818 by John Consable English British
RMERGP5M–English / British cavalrymen in attack formation. c. 1934. Cavalry rarely used for attack, more often for conveying Intelligence Reports. (Source: Cigarette cards published in Germany c.1934 reviewing military equipment in arms race prior to WW2)
RMBR6F0B–William Pitt the Younger, Statue 1831 by Chantrey, Hanover Square, London England UK English British statues Prime Minister
RMCYTHFP–Charles Dickens, English novelist
RMT62NM2–Vintage British WW2 propaganda poster 'We beat 'em before. We'll do it again!' by renowned war artist Pat Keely 1940s
RMKD6NXB–E M Forster - portrait of the English novelist. 1 January 1879 - 7 June 1970.
RM2K2JTPN–Richard Bright (1789-1858) English physician, born at Bristol. He described the condition of the kidneys known as Bright's disease. Engraving c1830. British Medicine
RFH93JEH–English British England Language Education Concept
RFGTJ70Y–traditional classic english british fried breakfast with eggs bacon tomato sausage and toast set
RMCWAMDR–Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson (1853-1937), English actor best known for his masterful performance of Shakespeare's HAMLET. 1911
RMD27XY1–Traditional English, British beach hut
RMB0TC7A–Rural British post box in wall in countryside
RMKJHEA8–Lithograph depicting a view of Fort Amsterdam, a fort on the southern tip of Manhattan that was the administrative headquarters for the Dutch and then English/British rule of New York from 1625 or 1626 until being torn down in 1790 after the American Revolution, at about 1650, as seen from the water, the fort and other structures in the background, New York, 1800. From the New York Public Library.
RM2K6Y34M–Original 1920's era working class holiday crowd dated 5 April 1920, British seaside resort, lots of characters and fashions, including flat caps and homburg hats. U.K.
RM2B08RTG–WILLIAM BRAGG (1862-19142) English physicist, chemist and mathematician,
RMC2JKJ6–Rugby union footballers are doing their duty. Over 90% have enlisted. British athletes! Will you follow this glorious example?
RMDYF28F–Rain, Steam, and Speed (The Great Western Railway) 1844, by Joseph Mallord William Turner. The Maidenhead railway bridge, across the Thames going into London.
RM2M4CY43–Portrait of the English painter and interior designer, Vanessa Bell (née Stephen; 1879-1961), photo by George Charles Beresford, 1902
RM2ARBDKT–BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London W1, opened in 1932. Date: circa early 1930s
RMCEHDPE–Lady Alston 1760-65 by Thomas Gainsborough 1727 1788 English British England United Kingdom
RMERGR8C–English / British Rolls Royce street tank M.20 with four man crew. Weapons - Vickers machine gun MG installed in rotating tower on the tank. Speed up to 80 kilometres per hour. (Source: Cigarette cards published in Germany c.1934 reviewing military equipment in arms race prior to WW2)
RMDWHCGE–Pulteney's Regiment, 13th Foot, 1745, English British soldier with musket, as deployed at Battle of Culloden, historical re-enactment, England UK soldiers
RMS05C1F–English British red telephone box
RM2HEDWJY–OSWALD MOSLEY BUF PARTY 1930s Great Britain Oswald Mosley, leader of 'British Union of Fascists' taking a far right Nazi type salute from supporters during a facist rally in London 1937 Head of British Union of Fascists Union of Fascists members salute their leader, Sir Oswald Mosley. Oswald Mosley, the leader of the British Union of Fascists.
RMKD6NRX–Thomas Bateson - score from his 'First Set of Madrigals' - English organist and composer - 1570-1630 - first published 1604
RMR23HYN–The coat of arms of the British monarch bearing the motto of English monarchs, Dieu et mon droit (God and my right). Drawn by Edward Bawden CBE RA (1903 - 1989) was an English graphic artist.
RFH93JEG–English British England Language Education Concept
RFH3Y7CX–traditional classic english british fried breakfast with eggs bacon tomato sausage and toast set
RMCWABRX–Lady Lucy Duff-Gordon (1863-1935) English fashion designer developed an international business in London, Paris, New York, and
RMB0TG2A–Rural British post box in wall in countryside
RFEYDH84–Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire, near Banbury. Beautiful English/British countryside at sunset
RMBT6J6A–Derwent Valley from from Curbar Edge, Peak District National Park in Derbyshire England, rural landscape English British countryside
RM2B08R9M–JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES (1883-1946) British economist about 1935
RFDT26Y3–Bright Red British Post Box by the Harbour in the village of Craster, Craster, Northumberland, England, UK
RM2CW8JP1–George Mallory. Portrait of the English mountaineer, George Herbert Leigh Mallory (1886-1924), who died on an ascent of Mount Everest in June 1924
RM2ARBDAY–The Year of the Poets -- Maypole outside St Andrew Undershaft in the City of London, with people dancing round it, to illustrate a range of poems on the subject. Date: 1845
RMJ44B79–Portrait of the Artist with his Wife and Daughter 1748 Thomas Gainsborough 1727 - 1788 United Kingdom, England, English, British, Britain,
RFDY2FK5–red phone box boxes uk english british broken window glass windows vandalized telephone call phone telecom vandalised
RMDWHCF7–Pulteney's Regiment, 13th Foot, 1745, English British soldier with musket, fixed bayonet bayonets muskets, as deployed at Battle of Culloden, historical re-enactment, England UK soldiers
RM2B49CAX–British hotels, pubs, inns and taverns. A circa 1930's photograph of the Saracen's Head at Dunmow
RMTWWCDN–Original 1900’s vintage English British travel poster promoting holidays in Ullswater. Great Northern Railway . “Ullswater The English Lucerne” How Town Bay.. Aira Force and Stybarrow Crag Illustrated.
RMKD6NMA–Michael Tippett - being interviewed on BBC television - camera and microphone in shot - English composer - 2 January 1905 - 8 January 1998
RM2K2JYW2–Drawing of an 18th century British Warship
RFF7H4J8–English British England Language Education Concept
RFGP9BN1–traditional classic english british fried breakfast with eggs bacon tomato sausage and toast set
RMCWABFD–George Henry Lewes (1817-1878) English writer and long time romantic partner of famous women novelist, Mary Ann Evans,
RMRX074C–John Donne (1573-1631), 1616. By Isaac Oliver (c1565-1617). John Donne (1572-1631), English poet and Church of England cleric.
RMHR1MN7–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), the founder of modern nursing, in a c1856 photograph by William Edward Kilburn. Nightingale led a team of nurses she trained to tend to the wounded British and allied forces in the Crimean War (1854) at the Barrack Hospital in Scutari, a suburb of Constantinople. In 1860, she laid the foundation of professional nursing with the establishment of her nursing school at St Thomas' Hospital in London.
RFEYDH85–Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire, near Banbury. Beautiful English/British countryside at sunset
RFHG4M9X–Pieces of traditional english cheese and flags
RM2B08R9P–JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES (1883-1946) British economist about 1935
RMBB1G4T–The Pirates of Penzance,or The Slave of Duty #1
RMRFMFHT–English heavyweight boxer Henry Cooper trying in a gym in England during the 1960s.
RMC4EE47–Old English houses on Gold Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset, England, UK
RMMHPHAE–Foreshore Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, with the beach and sea on the left, and the Grand Hotel on the right. Date: circa 1900s
RMJ44B77–John Plampin is portrayed here aged about 25. 1752 Thomas Gainsborough 1727 - 1788 United Kingdom, England, English, British, Britain, ( John Plampin (1727 - 1805) He inherited Shimpling and Chadacre Hall, near Lavenham, Suffolk, in 1757. )
RMCMWFKW–English British country pub
RMBHCFNX–Upware, Cambridgeshire River Cam boat boats English British rivers England UK
RM2B49AMD–British hotels, pubs, inns and taverns. A circa 1930's photograph of the coach yard of the Fleece Inn at Cirencester
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