RMM577T2–Sir Thomas More and his Family by Rowland Lockey, 1593
RMFB2G95–Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) British writer and creator of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes photographed circa 1920 smoking a pipe. Photograph of original photograph in private collection.
RMHGF9A4–1919 Winston Churchill with Field Marshall Sir Henry Wilson during an Army Council visit to the Rhine
RMG3M0X8–Sir David Wilkie - Pitlessie Fair
RMDTF1XF–Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753)
RMG41B98–Horse Racing - The Investec Derby Festival - Ladies Day - Epsom Racecourse. Sir Michael Stoute, trainer
RMCFJC38–SIR RICHARD BRANSON UK businessman in February 2012. Photo Jeffrey Mayer
RM2A4TJ99–Young Sir Winston Churchill
RMGG2D0G–Sir F. Charttey. Bust of Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) 19th century England
RMHRKN39–Sir Edwin Chadwick
RMMKMF0W–Sir John Hawkwood
RMJP9DFD–Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy, Victorian period
RMPRB6XH–John Michael Wright, Sir John Corbet of Adderley, Circa 1676 Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, USA.
RMG6NFT0–Sir William Crookes (London, June 17, 1832 - London, April 4, 1919) was a British chemist and physicist and president of the Society for Psychical Research from 1896 to 1897.
RM2CJ7D67–Sir Oliver Lodge, circa 1910
RMDPARY1–SIR CHARLES REED
RMC10DB8–Sir Francis Drake
RMAE1XN5–Sir Edward Coke portrait. Hand-colored steel engraving
RMFDCW4F–Sir Francis Drake, portrait by Marcus Gheeraerts der Jüngere, painted some time after 1590
RM2A3DYMR–Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) Scottish author, poet and historian whose works remain classics of English literature. Oil painting by Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) painted in 1822.
RMHGF9CJ–Winston Churchill with Chief of the Air staff, Sir Hugh Trenchard at Hendon Air Display. 8th July 1920
RMG3NB9T–Sir David Wilkie - The Letter of Introduction
RMDTFC5Y–Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)
RMGBYH55–Trainer Sir Michael Stoute after his horse Conduit won The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes during The Betfair Weekend at Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire.
RMCFJC48–SIR RICHARD BRANSON UK businessman in February 2012. Photo Jeffrey Mayer
RM2A4TJA3–Young Sir Winston Churchill
RMGG2D0F–House of Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) in Abbotsford, Scotland. 20th century England
RM2BDYB43–Sir Christopher Wren, Architect and Scientist
RMMKNK0E–Sir Gregory Turner
RMDFXGPX–Sir Stirling Moss British racing driver from 1948 to 1962
RMF2AWPE–Sir Osei Agyeman, Premph II, an Ashante chief, helped build the British West Africa militia. He wore the uniform of the militia
RMEH04A0–ActiveMuseum 0003755.jpg / Sir Hans Sloane - oil on canvas 22/01/2014 - / 18th century Collection / Active Museum
RM2E3X1T0–Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930), Scottish physician, writer, and creator of Sherlock Holmes, on board the ship Adriatic in June 1922.
RMJHXRBD–The Ladies Waldegrave - Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1780
RMDPAM3R–SIR WILFRID LAWSON
RMC10DB1–Sir Francis Drake
RMA64TH3–Sir Richard Grenville English explorer and naval commander. Hand-colored woodcut
RMM6W445–Sir Joseph Lister (1827-1912). Portrait of the British surgeon dating from 1909.
RMK5HKRJ–‘The Arms of de Vaux of Triermain;’ the arms of the 12th century knight Sir Roland de Vaux who’s exploits were celebrated in the poem, ‘The Bridal of Triermain’ written in 1813 by Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832).
RFHGF9FH–Winston Churchill visits an anti aircraft battery in Kent.Talking with General Sir Frederick Pile (GOC Anti-Aircraft Command) June 1944
RMG3M0XN–Sir David Wilkie - Distraining for Rent
RMDTFCJ6–Sir George Clerk (1787-1867)
RMGB2BPX–Badminton. Sir George Thomas
RMTAACBW–First State Visit of Queen Victoria to the City of London', 1837. By Sir George Hayter (1792-1871). Queen Victoria (1819-1901) outside St. Paul's Cathedral on her first ceremonial visit to the City of London in the year of her accession.
RM2A4TJA1–Young Sir Winston Churchill
RMHN2MRM–Sir Walter Scott's office (1771-1832) in Abbotsford, Scotland. 20th century England
RM2BDYNF6–Sir Walter Raleigh in Trinidad, 1595
RMMKNK0Y–Sir Charles Somerset
RMDFXGNY–Sir Stirling Moss British racing driver from 1948 to 1962
RMF2AX10–Sir Osei Agyeman, Premph II, an Ashante chief, helped build the British West Africa militia. Jan. 5, 1943. During World War II,
RMEH049T–ActiveMuseum 0003723.jpg / Sir Samuel Garth M.D - oil on canvas 22/01/2014 - / XVth century Collection / Active Museum
RM2E3X1RT–Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930), Scottish physician, writer, and creator of Sherlock Holmes, on board the ship Adriatic in June 1922.
RMM4E7YJ–Death of Sir John Moore, January 17, 1809
RMDPE2ER–SIR FRANCIS LYCETT
RMC0WC0Y–Sir John Suckling, poet
RMADJBX1–Sir Edmond Halley English astronomer. Hand-colored woodcut
RMM74D1G–Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008), portrait of the New Zealand mountaineer, c.1953.
RMHGF9CE–Winston Churchill inspects the British Army of Occupation at Cologne with Field Marshall Sir H. Wilson (extreme right) and Sir A.Sinclair. Aug 1919
RMFREK4G–Sir Joshua Reynolds - Self-Portrait
RMDTF7KE–Sir William Hooker (1785-1865)
RMGB1ME7–Yachting. Sir Francis Chichester
RMT6X7FE–Winston Churchill, 1916. By Sir William Orpen (1878–1931). Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874–1965), British politician, army officer, and writer. Churchill was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, when he led Britain to victory in the Second World War, and again from 1951 to 1955.
RM2A4TJA2–Young Sir Winston Churchill
RMHN2MRN–Arms room of Sir Walter Scott's house in Abbotsford, Scotland 20th century England
RM2BDY9EX–Sir Galahad, Knight of the Round Table
RMDFXGN8–Sir Stirling Moss British racing driver from 1948 to 1962 - Exclusive picture at Goodwood by David Cole.
RMF2AY25–Sir Francis Chichester, long-distance yachtsman on the Gipsy Moth III in New York Harbor. July 5, 1962. Chichester sailed the 39 foot boat single-handedly across the Atlantic from Plymouth, England in 33 days. (CSU 2015 9 920)
RMEBR3RY–ActiveMuseum 0003639.jpg / Sir Philip Sidney, soldier, diplomat and author, 1576 - unknown artist 22/01/2014 - / 16th century Collection / Active Museum
RM2JE6X8C–Sir Richard Owen KCB FRS (1804-1892) English biologist, comparative anatomist, and paleontologist who coined the term dinosauria, from which we derive the word dinosaur. Owen was an outspoken critic of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. Photo: 1856.
RMM4E805–Death of Sir Ralph Abercromby, March 21, 1801
RMDRF638–Sir Thomas Beecham
RMC0BWNK–Sir Isaac Newton
RMA64TJC–Execution of Sir Walter Raleigh in England 1618. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFBAX7C–Thomas More (1478-1535). Portrait of Sir Thomas More by Hans Holbein the Younger, 1527
RMJA01JK–Sir Oswald Mosley (center), leader of the British Union of Fascists, with two chief staff officers, London, England, 1933.
RMC4YXC4–Basil Sir Zaharoff,
RMG3NBAW–Sir Joshua Reynolds - The Ladies Waldegrave
RMDTFC6J–Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)
RMGA8T15–Jack Matthews, Sir Wavell Wakefield's International XV
RMDK7WPJ–GROUP CAPTAIN SIR DOUGLAS BARDER
RM2A4TJ9X–Young Sir Winston Churchill
RMGG2D0E–Entrance hall and Sir Walter Scott's collection of arms in Abbotsford, Scotland 20th century England
RM2BDY9ER–Sir Galahad Takes Oath of Knighthood
RMMKNJMB–Portrait of Sir Alexander Morison
RMDFXGGP–Sir Stirling Moss British racing driver from 1948 to 1962 - Exclusive picture at Goodwood by David Cole.
RMT4T0MG–Illustration of Sir Richard Arkwright's Spinning Frame, c. 1909
RMEBR3T6–ActiveMuseum 0003641.jpg / Sir Henry Lee, a favorite of Queen Elisabeth I, 1568 - Anthonis Mor 22/01/2014 - / 16th century Collection / Active Museum
RM2JE6X8F–Sir Richard Owen KCB FRS (1804-1892) English biologist, comparative anatomist, and paleontologist who coined the term dinosauria, from which we derive the word dinosaur. Owen was an outspoken critic of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. Photo: 1856.
RMM2EEMF–Sir John Froissart presenting his book of Love Poems to Richard the Second
RMDP92Y7–Sir Richard Owen
RMC0BWNJ–Sir Isaac Newton
RMA64TJ3–Sir John Hawkins English explorer and naval commander against the Spanish Armada 1588. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFCWJKA–Arthur Conan Doyle. Portrait of the British writer and physician, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
RMMC6GYY–MONSTERS - Sir Percival slaying the serpent. Illustration by Ford, late 19th century
RMC4YXC0–Basil Sir Zaharoff,
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