RFATD92B–A man takes a picture or a woman playfully trapped in a wooden stockade in St Georges Bermuda
RF2BCB6JJ–Green stock market listings, numbers and graphs shown on a phone screen.
RMD8HWAP–A charity sponge throwing stall at a school fete in Somerset, England, Uk
RMB64K8E–Trading screen close up
RFABBWTR–Pound coins on share index report in financial paper
RMAB2MRM–Hudibras and Ralpho in the stocks. Engraved by J Romney after Hogarth
RMB6GRTG–FINANCIAL CONCEPT: In the Red
RFC5RK6K–Gold bullion barr on a stocks and shares chart
RME1F8RN–Stocks outside The Old Prison, The Citadella, Città Victoria, Gozo (Għawdex), Gozo Region, Republic of Malta
RMC1DKRN–Mobile Trade One website for internet stocks trading.
RMD2G89E–Members of the public enjoy the attractions at a traditional English Summer Fair.
RM2HMPCY6–MEN IN STOCKS in an 18th century engraving
RMGC0127–Emlyn Hughes poses in the stocks to publicize the Grand Knockout Tournament
RMPGGD6E–In the stocks at Seamer in the 1920s
RMMM37YP–Stocks at the Public Gaol. Williamsburg. 1940
RMEXPE8X–1900s UK Stocks Magazine Plate
RMDB27CW–Bed stocks for intoxication - two African Trinidadians with their feet locked in stocks; one man has his hands bound behind him, the other man is sleeping; a mask is hanging on the wall in the upper left, circa 1836
RMAE1RW3–Puritan offender in the stocks Massachusetts Bay Colony 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMGGD3NM–Stocks - `Cinderella Mauve' ANN052794
RM2HTE66F–View of the Stocks Market, London, oil on canvas painting by Joseph Nickolls, before 1738
RMMC85D6–Stocks in the plague village of Eyam. During the 1665 plague, the village elected to isolate itself, rather than be responsible for spreading the disease further. The original village stocks are still on public view.
RMB64K7P–Trading screen graphs and stock and share prices
RM2JXJNJW–Illustration depicting punishment by the stocks. Dated 19th Century
RMBTTKAY–A man in stocks.
RMBH6CBR–Empty Stocks & Bonds Office Interior
RF2HJT8B1–Japan Earthquake 1923: Stocks of foodstuffs landed at Shibaura (Tokyo)
RMBGANT5–Young boy in stocks, Sioux City, San Augustin, San Bartolome Municipality, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain
RME0R0BW–Jul. 07, 1957 - That 18,000 Changes Alec Stock's Mind For The Third Time: Alec Stock, manager of Leyton Orient Football Club, has changed his mind for the third time. He said Yes yesterday to an 18,000-in-two-years offer from the Italian Club Roma. Asked why he has changed his mind he replied; ''sheer financial reasons. The money overwhelmed me''. Mr Stock had twice previously refused offers to join the Roma club as coach. Yesterday's developments followed after a meeting between Mr Stock and Sgr. Gigi Peronage, the Italian agent. Photo shows Alec Stock shakes hands with Sgr
RM2A5YYAW–The Times Plate 2, (Scene showing two criminals in a pillory or stocks in London), Engraving by William Hogarth;18th century
RMPEY5HJ–THOMAS HARRIS (?-1824) English balloonist dies while flying the balloon Royal George 25 May 1824 from Vauxhall,London. In fact he was killed in the crash landing accompanied by Sophia Stocks who survived. Part of a French collecting card series published 1890-1900
RMG5DN6H–Zoo keeper Brian Stocks, 29, who died after being attacked by a tigress in her cage at Howlett's Zoo, Kent. Head keeper Stocks died soon afterwards in hospital. It was the zoo's first fatal accident in 22 years.
RMKDXCHE–Stocks at Cerne Abass, early 1900s
RF2E10J20–All’s Well That Ends Well Scene III - man in stocks. This scene complements William Shakespeare's comedy titled All’s Well That Ends Well – Scene III. It shows one of the characters – a man – in stocks. The illustration is by Sir John Gilbert (1817-1897), renowned for his prolific illustration of Shakespeare's works. Shakespeare was born in 1564 and died in1616. The book dates to 1887.
RMEXRHM5–1930s UK In The Stocks Magazine Plate
RM2JDEM3M–1935, historical, a father and daughter sitting for their photo in 'Ye Olde Stocks' at Rose Cottage at Cockington, Torquay, Devon, England, UK. Stocks were wooden devices used as a form of 'punishment' and 'shaming' for local offenders of petty crime and restrained the offenders feet and hands. Seen on village greens in Britain, they were in use up to the late 18th century.
RMD86RF0–Odyssey - Suitors (Stocks)
RMK285EJ–Jerome of Prague in the Stocks
RMGGD497–Biennial Garden - planted with Stocks and Wallflowers BIG021080 /Photoshot
RMHT28XM–The second British woman pilot: Mrs. de Beauvoir Stocks in her Farman biplane, 1911 (1933). Artist: Flight Photo.
RMF3FJA4–The young Aqua fish seller displaying stocks ; West Bengal ; India
RM2JXJN3Y–Illustration depicting punishment by the stocks. Dated 16th Century
RMMC6MRX–The village stocks at Eyam in Derbyshire. It was known as the plague village and chose to isolate itself in 1665 to prevent the disease spreading further.
RM2DD2EXK–Computer screen close up showing stock exchange finance data financial markets stocks shares commodities credit default swaps CDS stock market news
RF2HJTWHC–Stocks in Stamford Park, Ashton-Under-Lyne. Lancashire (1913)
RME3XMJG–Punishment of the stocks .
RMJGYDD8–J.W. Stocks in Napier at Athy during 1903 Gordon Bennett race
RMP67N5W–Ye scoldes' Theodore Roosevelt and another man labelled 'Congress' glaring at each other, with their feet locked in stocks; Uncle Sam, as the sheriff, is standing to the right, behind them, leaning against the base of a column.
RMERGHKP–Men in prison and in stocks. 12th century English illustration (A.D 1130 - 1174).
RMG44WM0–Rabbits being held in stocks during eye irritancy tests for cosmetics. Body Shop, the natural cosmetics retailer, today (Monday) launched a campaign for a European Union ban on testing cosmetics on animals. PA/BUAV. SEE PA STORY CONSUMER Bodyshop.
RMKDXCHK–Village stocks at Winchcombe, early 1900s
RM2G8Y1NR–Early 1900's tinted greetings card of young boys sitting in the stocks, an antiquated form of punishment through humiliation of the criminal, though posed for this photo. Totnes Old Guild Hall, Devon, U.K. posted 1913
RM2HDY2HP–1986, historical, outside a school building, a male teacher and teenage boy demonstrate an ancient wooden 'foot and hand lock', known as the stocks, an instrument of corporal punishment, used to restrain and humiliate offenders. A key part of the stocks was the element of public punishment. It's last recored use in Britain was in 1872. The stocks differed from the pillory, which locked the head of the offender forcing them to stand and where custom dictated that their head and beard were shaved.
RMER5E49–The Stocks, Monkton, Kent
RMD4MA4N–Map of linguistic stocks of American Indians. 1890
RMGGD3GT–Stocks - (Matthiola incana)- - Ten Week Stocks ANN030107
RMD2DK9N–Old person looking at her investments, stocks and shares on-line with an ipad tablet computer