RMPNJJ9J–Original antique Carte de Visite (CDV) studio portrait of a beautiful young lady photographed by Haes & Vandyk, Westbourne Grove London, U.K. circa 1878
RM2E5JT1E–An engraving of Hay Church (Hay on Wye) Brecknockshire scanned at high resolution from a book published in 1854. Believed copyright free.
RFPRFXGB–Family of three posing for a photograph on a 1907/8 Matchless motorcycle & sidecar combination circa 1908
RMEFXEWT–An engraving entitled 'The Rajah's Daughter' scanned at high resolution from a book printed in 1845. Believed to be free of all copyright restrictions
RM2F9YWME–A lithotint of Hever Castle, Kent UK scanned at high resolution from a book printed in 1858. Believed copyright free.
RM2E5JT76–An engraving of Upper & Lower Town of Fishguard, Pembrokeshire scanned at high resolution from a book published in 1854. Believed copyright free.
RM2FKCA4G–A lithotint of The Priory of St Osyth (St Osyth's Abbey), Essex UK scanned at high resolution from a book printed in 1858.
RMJFD2Y3–Charming original cabinet card photograph of a pretty lady of the house wearing an apron and a bustle dress in her garden, picking a rose, circa early 1880's, U.K.
RMACPY84–CDV portrait of pretty attractive young Victorian mother holding her baby, from the Bolton or Manchester studio of Fred Ash, U.K. circa 1888
RM2HN5YYC–Original, clear, Victorian cabinet card studio portrait of a handsome gentleman wearing a dapper suit, with 4 attractive women, the group are probably tourists. The women are all wearing beautiful dresses and elaborate hats decorated with ostrich feathers in them (the fashion for hat feathers endangered some bird species and led to the setting up of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) in Britain in 1889), Wonderful painted classic-style backdrop. From the studio of celebrated photographer F. Woodcock, at Douglas Head, Isle of Man, Europe. Circa 1884
RMJ5ENA0–Postcard of fashionable elegant classic attractive Edwardian lady, looking directly at the camera, strong willed, confident, wearing a high-necked blouse circa 1905,1906 U.K.
RM2C9M7CY–Victorian cabinet card posed studio portrait with props, of pretty young woman in fashionable dress with shoulder of mutton sleeves, dated July 1899, Maidstone, Kent, England, U.K.
RM2HWY586–Victorian Carte de Visite (CDV) or visiting card, of attractive young lady /older girl, in traditional welsh costume, Welsh national costume, originally worn by rural women, but by late 19th Century it was worn for special occasions such as the Eisteddfod (Eisteddfodau) festival, choirs and royal visits. she is holding knitting needles and yarn common in many such photos. The girl is wearing a shawl, tall black hat, and a gown or 'bedgown'. Circa 1897, Wales, U.K.
RM2M112KN–Original Edwardian era postcard of beautiful lady, wearing a large elaborate hat trimmed with ostrich feathers, wearing a white summer dress, flowing sleeves, gloves, a bamboo table prop typical of the furniture of this period. Dated / posted 20 November 1906, Sheffield, England, U.K.
RM2KH0373–Original, slightly polarised looking Edwardian era studio portrait of attractive young woman wearing an elaborate large hat, 'garden' style, circa 1908.
RM2M11G9K–Original Edwardian era studio postcard of attractive woman in long jacket and skirt, large hat with ruched lace and flower sprig, holding an umbrella with cane handle, dated July 1910, U.K.
RM2M3XARR–Original WW1 era portrait postcard of attractive late teens girl / young woman, wearing a blouse and long skirt, hemline just above her ankle, her hair seems to be tied up in a bow at the back, possibly her first grown up photograph. U.K, circa 1915.
RM2E2TEF8–Late Victorian or early Edwardian era cabinet card of pretty young woman in white summer dress, high necked collar, hat with feathers, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, U.K. circa 1900, 1901
RM2CF3EJ5–Well-worn Victorian Carte de Visite of beautiful young lady, wearing white summer dress with pearl choker and boater,on holiday in Blackpool, by E.E. Hindley, 86 Talbot Road, Blackpool, Lancashire, U.K. circa 1885
RM2DKWJGM–Original Victorian cabinet card of attractive young lady wearing fancy dress, ball gown, with curly hair. Fancy dress balls were very fashionable during the 1890's. She seems to be dressed as a flower. or maybe a strawberry. St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, early 1890's
RM2D731CA–Original Victorian CDV of attractive young woman, Taunton, Devon, England, U.K. circa 1892, 1893
RM2GNRCN0–Original early 1900's oval portrait postcard of beautiful serene looking young lady by E.A. Osborne, Falmouth, Cornwall, England, U.K. circa 1913.
RM2DHHRH3–Victorian CDV of young woman called Nellie dated July 1899, by Boughton & Sons, 60 London St. Norwich, U.K.
RM2DHHPN4–Victorian CDV (Carte de Visite) of young woman wearing a fashionable hat, called Minnie, dated 1869, by G.L. Collis, Cornhill, E.C. London, U.K.
RM2DACD6H–Original Victorian cabinet card studio portrait of pretty woman, studio of J.R. Sawyer, Norwich or Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, dated Sept 1873.
RM2DJA6ER–Original Victorian era CDV of young pretty American girl of late teenage years, from a wealthy family, wearing a dress (maybe her first ball gown) with over-large puff sleeves, typical of the period 1893-1896. Photo by Falcounet of Minneapolis, U.S.A. circa 1895
RM2HWXWMP–Original pre-WW1 era postcard of confident-looking beautiful woman, older girl, prosperous middle or upper classes, seated, in a white summer dress, dated July 1913 on reverse, U.K.
RM2GM4TCA–Victorian CDV (Carte de Visite) of pretty young woman, Japanese influenced photographic props (and in illustrations on reverse), from the studio of F Valery (trade name) Beckenham, Kent, England, U.K. circa 1891.
RM2AR64G4–Early 1900's studio portrait postcard of beautiful wealthy looking Edwardian era lady wearing a fashionable dress, furs as a prop, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, England, U.K., circa 1910
RM2HCWFEJ–Original Victorian CDV (carte de visite) of attractive woman, back view of dress with beginnings of bustle which dates this visiting card to circa 1881, wonderful button, sleeve and hair details, by W.W. Winter of Derby, East Midlands, England, U.K.
RM2HG92A9–Original Titanic / late Edwardian era studio portrait postcard of attractive lady in large hat wearing a fashionable jacket and skirt, with terrier dog, dates to circa 1911 studio of Woodwards, Guernsey.
RM2NAD3DB–Original Edwardian photo of a pretty working class lady called Amy. She may have been a lady's maid. She is wearing a straw hat, big hairstyle, wishbone style brooch, white gloves, belt around a very slime waist, fine pleated cotton summer blouse with small dots, with a high neckline, bolero type jacket with full sleeves to elbow and matching skirt. Dated 5 June 1907.
RM2HJJM2T–Original very clear, charming early 1900's Edwardian / Titanic era postcard of 2 female shop assistants / proprietors outside the shopfront of the Ostrich Feather Emporium. Local characters. A sign on the shop door says 'feathers curled while you wait', The shop sells ostrich feathers to adorn the elaborate large hats of fashionable ladies. Many ostrich feathers and a model ostrich shop fitting are displayed in the window. The fashion for hat feathers endangered some bird species and led to the setting up of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) in Britain - circa 1911, U.K.
RM2JTKBH7–Original Victorian CDV (Carte de Visite or visiting card) studio portrait of teenage girl, with long wavy hair loose, but tied back from her face, wearing a blouse with a frilled ruff and brooch and several stunning loops of beads which are possibly made of jet (see Princess Louise Duchess Argyll, wearing similar beads in a portrait dated 1870). From the studio of W. Currey, Bark Street, Bolton, Lancashire, England, UK circa early 1870's.
RM2JBRMCH–Original Titanic era portrait postcard of 3 attractive teenage girls, one called Rose, posing together outside in a garden, wearing white summer dresses, posted 8 August 1912, Bristol, U.K.
RM2KC65PX–Original Edwardian cabinet card of teenage boys and girls, friends, outside in the garden, perhaps a coming of age photograph for the girl in the white dress with her hair in an adult hairstyle, younger ones are wearing their hair loose. Circa 1906 U.K.
RM2MX6GF1–Original Edwardian studio wedding cabinet card portrait of a beautiful young bride wearing a long white dress, with high neckline, and long veil, holding a bouquet of flowers. The sleeve and neckline styles date the photograph to circa 1900-1902. From the studio of G (George William) Morgan, 393 Union Street, Aberdeen, Scotland, U.K.
RM2NGXGDY–Original Edwardian era studio wedding cabinet card portrait of a beautiful young bride wearing a long white dress, with high neckline, and long veil, holding a bouquet of flowers. The sleeve and neckline styles date the photograph to circa 1900-1902. From the studio of G (George William) Morgan, 393 Union Street, Aberdeen, Scotland, U.K.
RM2JK1D62–Original Edwardian era postcard portrait of pretty girl of teenage years with long hair, holding her pet kitten. The postcard has a mock frame. Written on reverse is 'with every good wish from all at 24 Charleville Road', dated Xmas 1911 London or Birmingham - England, U.K.
RM2KA893K–Original early 1900's, Titanic era postcard of 2 pretty young female sanatorium workers in uniform, (early care workers) Lily and Rose, working in a sanatoria, where patients affected by diseases such as tuberculosis, could be isolated from the rest of the community. Dated 1912, U.K.
RM2HX0APD–Original WW1 era postcard of pretty teenage girl, wearing a skirt with decorated blouse, and bow in her long hair, with decorated straw hat on the table. From the studio of Barcroft & Crabtree, with studios in Burnley and Nelson, Lancashire, England, U.K. circa 1914.
RM2H7J807–Charming original Edwardian illustrated colour embossed card embellished with gold, of beautiful bathing beauties, one sitting on a rowing boat, one holding a camera, England U.K. circa 1905.
RM2H652DT–Charming original Edwardian illustrated colour embossed card embellished with gold, of beautiful bathing beauties, one sitting on a rowing boat, one holding a camera, Having a Ripping Time at Weymouth, (Dorset, England U.K.) circa 1905.
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