RMMMG9C4–Prime Minister James Callaghan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Leonard James Callaghan, (1912 – 2005), Jim Callaghan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1976 to 1979
RMA03A1K–Antiochus IV or Antiochus Epiphanes King of the Seleucid kingdom of Syria. Hand-colored etching
RM2BW06P3–Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859), portrait after John Callcott Horsley, oil on canvas,1876
RMBP23K5–MEGIDDO WALLED CITY STRATEGICALY LOCATED ON THE ROUTE FROM COAST TO THE INTERIOR OF THE COUNTRY. A ROYAL CITY IN THE KINGDOM OF
RMFWWEC6–Edward Hicks - The Peaceable Kingdom - de Young Museum
RMGG2F53–Hicks, Peaceable Kingdom 19th century New York. Metropolitan art museum
RM2F628EH–Paleontological Tree of the Vegetable Kingdom, 1872
RMMKNK26–The Ruler of the Kingdom
RMBB4W8P–flag of the United Kingdom
RMFH1E0W–Ferdinand II of Bourbon King Of The Kingdom Of The Two Sicilies
RMG84J3D–Buildings and Landmarks - Royal Albert Bridge - River Tamar. Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge, which links Devon and Cornwall over the River Tamar.
RMF2B0HJ–King Abdullah, the founder of the Kingdom of Jordan, and grandfather of the King Hussein I. He presided over the transition of the British Mandate of Anglo-Transjordan to the independent Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, on March 22, 1946. (CSU 2015 9 1105)
RMKD50XP–Isambard Kingdom Brunel, circa 1890
RMDR9NDH–The Flag of the Kingdom of Italy
RM2EJ2CMR–Thomas Nettleship Staley (1823-1898), first Anglican Bishop of Honolulu, Kingdom of Hawai'i.
RMC45D7G–Kingdom of Yugoslavia 3/10/1929
RM2DNMC3F–The Kingdom of Hypnos, painting by Giulio Carpioni, 1660-1665
RM2B010XG–Africa: Map of Guinea and the Kingdom of Benin by Allain Manesson Mallet (1630-1706), Frankfurt, 1719.
RMKGM62F–‘Pictorial Pilgrim's Progress’ showing various events during Christian’s journey from the City of Destruction (Earth) to the Celestial Kingdom (Heaven). Published by H. H. Lloyd & Co. NYC in 1862 based on ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress From This World, To That Which Is To Come’ by John Bunyan (1628-1688) published in 1678.
RMMMG9AH–Prime Minister James Callaghan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Leonard James Callaghan, (1912 – 2005), Jim Callaghan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1976 to 1979
RMDEGBH9–Map of the Kingdom of Prussia, 1866. Color lithograph
RM2PHP875–Grotto by the Seaside in the Kingdom of Naples with Banditti, Sunset by Daylight by Joseph Wright of Derby (1734-1797), oil on canvas, 1778
RMEC83CX–Inhabitants of the Kingdom of Naples.
RMEHA18D–Edward Hicks Peaceable Kingdom 1
RMGG294X–Series of tapestries on the Power of the Kingdom of Spain 16th century Spain Madrid - El Escorial
RM2BDX6TR–Mpande, King of Zulu Kingdom
RMBB4TDK–Flag of Scotland, the most northern part of the United Kingdom.
RMC6G5J2–Crown of the Kingdom of Sweden.
RMG4MYPH–(l-r) Colin Jackson (Great Britain), Silver medal, Roger Kingdom (United States), Gold Medal and Tonie Campbell (United States), Bronze medal (hidden).
RMJJ9KJ4–Falmouth, United Kingdom, Harbor
RMM5R2MJ–Prince Edward and William IV of the United Kingdom. Benjamin West, circa 1778
RM2EJ2CMK–Thomas Nettleship Staley (1823-1898), first Anglican Bishop of Honolulu, Kingdom of Hawai'i.
RMTA3AJF–The first page of the Land Constitution of the Kingdom of Bohemia.
RM2AP14FJ–Ilya Repin, Sadko, (in the Underwater Kingdom), painting, 1876
RM2B010XC–Africa: Map of Guinea and surrounding regions by Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612), 1625. 'Benin Regnu', the Benin Kingdom, is indicated in the south-east.
RMKGFP3K–‘Pictorial Pilgrim's Progress’ showing various events during Christian’s journey from the City of Destruction (Earth) to the Celestial Kingdom (Heaven). Published by H. H. Lloyd & Co. NYC in 1862 based on ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress From This World, To That Which Is To Come’ by John Bunyan (1628-1688) published in 1678.
RMAKEP1B–Isambard Kingdom Brunel
RMDEGBGK–Map of the Kingdom of Prussia in 1786, and Brandenburg in 1415. Color lithograph
RM2F1RB39–Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Portrait entitled 'Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern' by Robert Howlett, 1857. Brunel (1806-1859) was the most celebrated civil engineer of the nineteenth century.
RM2A25CDM–Houses of Parliament, London, United Kingdom
RMFWHPX6–Edward Hicks - The Peaceable Kingdom - Brooklyn Museum
RMGG2EHX–Edward Hicks American school Peaceable Kingdom 1845-1847 Oil on canvas Private collection
RM2BDX3FK–John Speed, Kingdom of China Map, 1626
RMBB4M77–Flag of Guernsey, a crown dependency of the United Kingdom.
RMC6G5G5–Crown of the Kingdom of Spain.
RMGCXGGN–Lesley Langley after her election as Miss United Kingdom in Blackpool, Lancashire.
RMERG34B–Ruins at Abusir, an Old Kingdom necropolis. the House or Temple of Osiris;
RMT6F4RG–Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria and the Grand Duchy of Cracow with the Duchies of Auschwitz and Zator - Galician railway lines before 1897
RMDRDE48–Arms of the Kingdom of Prussia
RMHBRCTA–Queen Liliuokalani (1838-1917) was the Kingdom of Hawaii's first queen and final sovereign ruler. She reigned from 1891 until 1893 when the monarchy was overthrown. (Photo by Davey)
RMCPM6HN–Proclamation of the Polish Kingdom in Stryj Grodzisk, 1917
RMT82GAW–George III of the United Kingdom, portrait by Thomas Gainsborough (detail), 1785
RM2B010XH–Africa: Map of the west coast of Africa by Pieter Goos (1616-1675), Amsterdam, 1666. Detail of the Senegal to Gabon, including the Benin Kingdom.
RMEBG7B3–Architectural Stock, various, United Kingdom. Architect: various, 2000. Indian landscape.
RMKX5KG1–Isambard Kingdom Brunel, English mechanical and civil engineer
RF2PXBM4X–Wolrd War I. Middle East. The flag of the independent kingdom of Hejaz.
RM2H37RR5–King Kalakaua (1836-1891), the last king of Hawaii and the penultimate monarch of the kingdom.
RM2A25CDT–Houses of Parliament, London, United Kingdom
RMFNH652–Edward Hicks - The Peaceable Kingdom
RMA74YR1–ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL English engineer and inventor 1806 to 1859 in front of the launch chains of the Great Eastern
RM2BDX68D–West Africa, Kingdom of Zulu Woman, 1797
RMMKN215–Kingdom of China 1626
RMBB4MJE–Flag of the Isle of Man, a self-governing crown dependency of the United Kingdom.
RMC6G5RA–Crown of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
RMGCWAGB–Kathleen Winstanley, who won the title of Miss United Kingdom, in her hotel room in Blackpool.
RMERG6PN–The Kingdom Within Your Eyes - Postcard featuring the song, (song by Horatio Nicholls, c. 1919). Lyrics (reproduced on the
RME7DADX–German ex-crown Prince Wilhelm's new home on the island of Wieringen, in the Zuyder Zee, Holland 1919. Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany (6 May 1882 – 20 July 1951), full name Friedrich Wilhelm Victor August Ernst, was the last Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Prussia and the German Empire.
RMG3D7RE–The Coat of Arms of The Kingdom of Belgium
RMHBRCT9–Queen Liliuokalani (1838-1917) was the Kingdom of Hawaii's first queen and final sovereign ruler. She reigned from 1891 until 1893 when the monarchy was overthrown. (Photo by Davey)
RMCPM6HT–Proclamation of the Polish Kingdom in Stryj Grodzisk, 1916
RM2G2B05K–George III (1738-1820) King of the United Kingdom, portrait miniature by Benjamin Arlaud, 1706
RM2B010XB–Africa: Map of Guinea and surrounding regions by Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612), 1625. 'Benin Regnu', the Benin Kingdom, is indicated in the south-east. Full page version headed: 'Black Christianitie, wicked sodomie'.
RMEBG7B7–Architectural Stock, various, United Kingdom. Architect: various, 2000. Indian landscape.
RM2ATFR95–Princess Augusta Sophia of the United Kingdom (1768 – 1840) sixth child and second daughter of King George III and Queen Charlotte. Copy of the portrait by William Beechey
RMGNRXXD–Tobermory, United Kingdom, Big pectinids on the coast
RM2BE67FC–For Such is the Kingdom of Heaven by Frank Bramley (1857-1915), oil on canvas, 1891
RM2A25CDR–Houses of Parliament, London, United Kingdom
RMH2PK75–MAP OF THE KINGDOM OF THE FRANKS UNDER CHARLEMAGNE. - from 'Cassell's Illustrated Universal History' - 1882
RMERT7Y1–Miss United Kingdom 1982 Della Dolan with Miss Belfast Alison Smith and Miss Chichester Anne Jackson. 25th August 1982
RM2BDX68R–Haffon, Last Ruler of the Kingdom of Whydah
RF2PXC9HW–George V and lord Herbert Kitchener, George V (George Frederick Ernest Albert; 1865 – 1936) was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India, from 6 May 1910 until his death in 1936.
RMBB4PW1–Flag of Netherlands Antilles, five islands in the Caribbean Sea, an autonomous part of the Kingdom of The Netherlands.
RMC1TBWX–St. Peter holding the Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven.
RMGCWAMK–The new Miss United Kingdom, Veronica Cross with runners-up Marie Kirkwood (right) and Pam Wood.
RMERGGEN–Cetshwayo kaMpande - King of the Zulu Kingdom from 1872 to 1879. 1826– 8 February 1884. Former monarchy in Southern Africa.
RM2ANR82T–A New Map of the Island and Kingdom of Corsica. An extraordinary 1794 map of the Island and Kingdom of Corsica. Covers the entire island in extraordinary detail offering both topographical and political information. With its unique blend of dramatic mountains and stunning pristine beaches, Corsica is considered to be one of the world's most beautiful places. A note in the lower right hand quadrant discusses the geography and population of the island. Prepared by Thomas Jefferys and published by Laurie & Whittle in Kitchin's 1794 General Atlas
RMD87WFE–Kingdom of Dahomey. King Behanzin
RMH368CT–Wilhelmina, Queen of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, around 1900
RM2CD80DM–King George III of the United Kingdom (1738-1820), miniature brooch, portrait miniature 1765-1775
RM2B00W05–A remarkable design for a 'Chinoiserie' bridge across the Avon Gorge at Bristol by Sir Isambard Kingdom Brunel, 1829. The Clifton Suspension Bridge was eventually completed in 1864 after Brunel's design, but without the pagoda.
RMEBG7B4–Architectural Stock, various, United Kingdom. Architect: various, 2000. Indian landscape.
RM2K96GNF–William Wyndham Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville, (1759 – 1834) British Tory politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1806 to 1807
RMGNRYWX–Tobermory, United Kingdom, landscape on the Isle of Mull in Scotland
RM2HWD9RF–“Edward Hicks Painting the Peaceable Kingdom” by Thomas Hicks, oil on canvas, 1839.
RM2A25CDW–Houses of Parliament, London, United Kingdom
RF2HJR7RH–The Hague, richest city and stately administrative capital of the kingdom of them Netherlands. Holland (1923)
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