RMCXYJGA–Protest against the planned royalty-tariff reform in 2013, about 5, 000 people gathered in front of the GEMA members party
RM2AYBM0M–Tariff pencil circle
RM2A3W5MN–Madrid, Spain. 10th October, 2019. A man carrying a can of olive oil during a demonstration. Olive oil producers march to the Agriculture Ministry to denounce low prices of olive oil and against the 25 percent tariff that Spanish olives and olive oil will face in the United States. Credit: Marcos del Mazo/Alamy Live News
RFTAYH9M–Containerized freight loading and unloading at the Port of Savannah, Georgia
RMG3BMJN–FREE TRADE OR TARIFF ?
RMT6X5AY–A Free Trade Forecast, c1900. A Victorian poster designed and printed by Percival Jones Ltd, Birmingham. This image depicts a Free Trade Shop selling a range of imported goods, with an unemployed British workman standing outside being addressed by a wealthy German, a member of the Cobden Club. Originally published by the Imperial Tariff Committee.
RMD95YFK–Tariff Reform, Britain, 1903. Possible consequences to the British Workman if Free Trade was government policy.
RMKREXMC–Tariff Reform Will Bring Grist To The Mill
RMC7E2KM–HERBERT ASQUITH accused of hiding tariff reforms with legislation for the House of Lords in Labour poster about 1906
RMP67KB9–For President, Grover Cleveland, for Vice-President, Adlai E. Stevenson' Political poster shows bust portraits of candidates in laurel wreaths with campaign slogans, including 'Tariff reform.'
RMMX2YH3–1930’s vintage advertising poster: The safe policy for you to Buy British and make your job secure. The Buy British Campaign of 1931 was the National Government's attempt to tackle a balance of payments crisis without resorting to tariff protection. The operation was directed by Empire Marketing Board and used publicity techniques to deliver its message on the benefits to be brought to the balance of trade, the value of sterling, the value of employment and commercial relations with the Empire. Although technically efficient, the campaign nevertheless had only a limited and temporary impact.
RM2BR9HFP–As the tariff-war must end - Illustration shows Uncle Sam in a tree, chased there by the Russian Bear which is standing at the base of the tree; Uncle Sam has dropped his rifle labeled 'U.S. Duty on Russian Sugar.' Political cartoon, 1901
RMC458P8–German tariff union
RFP9AHFJ–China Europe United States trade war business metaphor and Chinese European and American tariff dispute as an economic problem.
RME0XNYK–W. Michael Blumenthal signs tariff agreement
RM2PFG97M–Glasgow, Scotland, UK 17th March, 2023. Sky hike broadband charges for the poor and vulnerable by increasing their social tariff from twenty to twenty four pounds for my elderly neighbour on disability benefits. Credit Gerard Ferry/Alamy Live News
RM2BW965R–Mr Neville Chamberlain off the present Tariff Bill to Parliament . Mr Neville Chamberlain , Chancellor of the Exchequer , outlined before Parliament the policy of the Cabinet for dealing with the adverse balance of trade by a comprehensive system of tariffs . Mr Chamberlain leaving with Mrs Chamberlain , for the House of Commons to present the Tariff Bill . 4 February 1932
RF2B1E7X5–Tariff plans comparison. Recommended tariffs, price list banners and prices plan template vector illustration
RMBK08FW–geography / travel, Germany, politics, German tariff union, congress of the German tariff parliament, Berlin, contemporary wood engraving, circa 1868,
RM2DDHR0J–Postcard, Our Seven Tariff Reform Members
RMG375MT–TARIFF REFORM NEEDED
RFMF8922–The phrase Tariff List typed on an old Typewriter
RMD98A00–Reform of the House of Lords: Tariff reform making way for debate on the Lords. Bernard Partridge cartoon from 'Punch', London, 7 December 1910.
RMAC6FT7–Tariff for The Hotel Metropole, London, circa 1890
RM2GE2FD6–TARIFF REFORM LEAGUE UK Poster about 1903 echoing a song of that date 'John Bull's Railway Station'
RMP67MY1–His foolish effort to raise the wind' President McKinley sitting in a sailboat labelled 'Prosperity', using a bellows labelled 'Tariff for Trusts' to generate enough wind to fill the sails and propel the boat.
RMC26P1Y–The tariff board at the King Harry ferry service on the river Fal near Truro in Cornwall, UK
RMHWKTTM–Left Again - Illustration shows an elderly woman labeled 'Tariff Revision' angrily shaking her umbrella after being left standing on the railroad station platform as the 'Republican Special' departs in a cloud of dust; two men standing on the back of the last car are laughing at her. 1904
RM2JG1P49–Tariff board July 2022 for the Dartmouth to Kingswear Lower ferry
RFP16C6H–Canadian tariffs on the United States as steel and aluminum tariff stamp as an economic trade taxation NAFTA dispute over import and exports.
RME0XMT3–Jun. 06, 1967 - ''Kennedy round '' tariff Agreement signed by US Ambassador Michael Blumenthal Geneva
RMGDJM84–The Tariff and Dale Bar and Restaurant located in the Northern Quarter area of Manchester.
RM2BW34HC–Tons of hardware unloaded in London Docks before imposition of tariff duty . Tons of hardware were unloaded at the London docks beside London bridge in time to evade the imposition of the 10 percent tariff duty which comes into operation on Tuesday . Goods being unloaded in the pool of London at London bridge . 29 February 1932
RF2B1E2HM–Tariff comparison list. Tariffs plans, price banners and choice prices plan banner template vector illustration
RMBK01B8–geography / travel, Germany, politics, tariff union, caricature, 'Der deutsche Michel macht sich daran die innerdeutschen Zollgrenzen niederzulegen' (The German Michel pull down the tariff frontiers), drawing, circa 1835,
RMJ23F14–A stamp with the inscription punitive tariff stands on a desk.
RFJ5X12J–bank notes salary illicit work tariff business dealings deal business
RMW58YWN–Tariff trusts : Nelson, Henry Loomis, 1846-1908
RMDRF88B–Tariff Reform - Austen Chamberlain
RMAKXXFG–Receive or cut tariff autonomy at the Deutsche Bahn
RMRJN5W8–With the return of the LIBERALS after the election of December 1905, FREE TRADE was policy, rather than the CONSERVATIVE policy of PROTECTION by TARIFF. Cartoon by Richard Linley Samboume for Punch, London, January 1906
RMAC6FT9–Tariff for The Howard Hotel, London, circa 1890
RMPPF2AR–Timetable of the new departure times of MVV (Munich Transport and Tariff Association) in Stachus, Munich, Germany
RMP67MX2–Papa's pet' President McKinley as a father showing favouritism by holding an infant labelled 'High Protective Tariff', while ignoring another infant labelled 'Financial Question' crying in a high chair.
RMG7X403–Britain's Happiest Cat Auditions - London. s Happiest Cat and the new face of O2 Refresh, the network's Pay Monthly tariff.
RMHG2MCG–As to the beef trust - Political Cartoon shows Puck offering a large axe labeled 'Repeal of Beef Tariff' to Philander C. Knox who is holding a tiny sling-shot labeled 'Sherman Anti-Trust Law'; standing in the background is a large bull labeled 'Beef Trust'.1902
RFTTBMY8–American Tariff and trade balance between USA and China.
RFM8P319–Trade war dispute economic fight business concept as national trade tariff disagreement and export or import duties argument fighting.
RME0XK5F–May 05, 1967 - Agreement on Tariff outs at Kennedy Round talks in Geneva: Agreement on teriff outs was reached late last night at the Kennedy Round talks in Geneva. Photo shows Handshakes in Geneva yesterday between Sir Richard Powell of the Board of Trade, leader of the British delegation, (in centre) and M. Jean Rey, leader of the Comon Market delegation (on right). Looking on, on left is Sir Eugene Melville, K.C. M.G. Ambassador to the United Nations at Geneva.
RMGDJM7P–People enjoying a drink outside El Capo bar located on Tariff Street in the Northern Quarter area of Manchester.
RM2BW34JM–Tons of Dutch onions unloaded in London docks at London Bridge before imposition of tariff duty . Thousands of tons of onions from Holland were unloaded at the London Docks , near London Bridge in time to evade the imposition of the 10 percent tariff which comes into operation Tuesday . Dutch onions being unloaded into a barge at the London Docks . 29 February 1932
RF2B1ETWY–Pricing table chart. Price plans checklist, prices plan comparison and tariff list charts template vector illustration
RM2HBE4GJ–'Fiscal Football (under retaliation rules) British Trade v Foreign Trade. Joe: 'You stick to me, John, and I'll see you through it.': cartoon portraying the politician Joseph Chamberlain and John Bull as footballers representing protectionism and tariff reform against economic free trade
RMAP7JK0–ISLAND OF SAN GIULIO IN LAGO DI ORTA TOURIST BOAT AND TARIFF SIGN FROM ORTA SAN GIULIO ITALIAN LAKES NORTHERN ITALY EUROPE
RMBRT5C1–Britannia Airways duty free tariff leaflet given to passengers circa 1977
RMPHA78R–Chalkboard with writing of tariff and United States flag
RMW58YWF–Tariff and trade : Root, J. W. (John William
RMER96XJ–The tariff wait
RMAKXXET–Receive or cut tariff autonomy at the Deutsche Bahn
RMD95YP6–Tariff Reform: The leader of the Unionist party 'persuading' Lord Robert Cecil (1864-1958), a leading Conservative statesman, to adopt the chief Unionist policy, Tariff Reform. Cartoon by Bernard Partridge from 'Punch', London, 27 January 1909.
RMAC6FND–Tariff for Park Lane Hotel, London circa 1933
RF2GE4GCH–fare and tariff area on a bus timetable
RMP67N28–An old imposition' President Cleveland as a railroad conductor collecting fares from William McKinley, who is holding a ticket labelled 'War Tariff Pass' and an elderly man, dressed as an infant labelled 'Infant Industries' on his lap. The infant holds a pacifier connected to a bottle labelled 'Protection Pap'.
RMPCRX1Y–tariff union Coal Mine, tariff union Coking Plant with Ice Rink, Snow, Winter, Essen, Ruhr area, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
RMJ8K237–Upholding the honor of the American flag - Illustration shows a mean, bloated figure labeled 'Protected Monopoly', dressed as a soldier, holding a large blood-tipped sword and firing a gatling gun labeled 'Dingley Tariff' with barrels labeled 'Hemp, Sugar, and Tobacco' slaughtering a group of Filipinos in a stockade labeled 'Philippine Commerce'. Political Cartoon, 1906
RMBB1K4R–Tariff Reform. Cleveland and Thurman
RFMXWJY6–Mexico United States tariff on mexican steel and aluminum tariffs as a stamp on text as an economic trade taxation NAFTA dispute.
RFJ5C2M3–fish angle coast pisces fishing rod tariff salt water sea ocean water
RF2HK58GH–Inspired by The Tariff Commission in Session, Frederick Burr Opper, American, 1857-1937, Pen and ink with red pencil and graphite on paper, n.d., Sheet: 11 3/8 x 14 5/16 in., 28.9 x 36.4 cm, cartoon, drawing, political, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RM2BW333N–Last minute shipping rush to evade tariff in the Thames . Great efforts are being made by foreign merchants to land their goods in the London docks by 5 pm tonight so that they may evade the 10 percent tariff duty which comes into operation on Tuesday . The Thames is jammed full with ships unloading their cargoes . Cargoes being unloaded from ships in the London docks . 29 February 1932
RF2B1E5WK–Glassy tariff plans comparison. Tariffs price list, buy banners and website pricing chart transparent glass vector set
RM2HBE4DY–'Fair Trade v Free Trade. Well done, Birmingham!! We are seven!!!': portraits of tariff reform supporting Members of Parliament elected to represent Birmingham in 1906: Joseph Chamberlain, Jesse Collings, Sir Benjamin Stone, J.T. Middlemore, Ebenezer Parkes, Sir Francis W. Lowe and Viscount Morpeth
RFHWM31C–Tariff Change - Business Mode Concept. 3D.
RM2BWRDP0–Author: John Tinney McCutcheon. The Effect of the Tariff on Women's Fashions - 1913 - John Tinney McCutcheon American, 1870-1949. Pen and brush and
RM2AYAYC2–Tariff word cloud
RMW58KMC–Irwin's hand-book to the Canada tariff : Irwin, C. W., Toronto
RMER7H4B–Tariff reform. Cleveland and Thurman. Date c1888 Sept. 17.
RMCXYJG2–Protest against the planned royalty-tariff reform in 2013, about 5, 000 people gathered in front of the GEMA members party
RMEC7X3G–Cleveland Soup, 1893. Strikes = Lock-outs = No work' Postcard for the American Protective Tariff League shows a bowl labelled 'Cleveland Soup, 1893'. The words 'free trade' and 'lest we forget' appear to the left and right of the bowl, a spoon 'democracy' rests inside the bowl. The image references the horror of the Depression of 1893 and President Grover Cleveland's inaction at reforming the tariff laws. Also, demonstrates the League's distaste of Unions and their strikes.
RMC5M0TF–A solar PV installation by NWT. The panels provide feed-in tariff solar power from farm buildings near Uckfield East Sussex.
RF2GE4GCK–fare and tariff area on a bus timetable
RMP67JM3–The tree of prosperity' President Theodore Roosevelt pouring water from a large watering can onto the roots of a vine labelled 'High Tariff, Extravagance, Militarism, [and] Trusts' growing on a tree that is frowning at Roosevelt. Alton B. Parker, looking over a fence and holding an axe, suggests that the vines need pruning.
RMWA5GNY–high electricity tariff inceases
RM2MC6R7J–The Tariff Wait - Illustration shows on a winter's night a small figure labeled 'Consumer' sings Christmas carols at the bottom of the steps to a large federal building where, standing on the steps, a large, bloated man labeled 'Special Privilege', along with Joseph G. Cannon, James S. Sherman, and others present a formidable barrier to the sad and complaint filled tidings of the meek caroler. Includes eight lines of verse. Political Cartoon, 1908
RMBXEHKJ–M6 Toll Tariff Sign
RF2HPPN16–United States sanctions and tariffs or American trade tariff in the US as a stamp mark as an economic import and exports trade barrier concept.
RFJ56TNX–engine drive motor bw rusty end scrap tariff union goes to seed rust roast old
RF2HKKB3N–Art inspired by The Tariff Commission in Session, Frederick Burr Opper, American, 1857-1937, Pen and ink with red pencil and graphite on paper, n.d., Sheet: 11 3/8 x 14 5/16 in., 28.9 x 36.4 cm, cartoon, drawing, political, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RM2BW35YA–World Economic Conference organising committee sanction tariff truce at Foreign Office . A meeting of the eight powers which constitute the Organising Committee of the Economic Conference was called in London to give formal sanction to the terms of the tariff truce already agreed upon by Great Britain and America . The meeting took place at the Foreign Office , London . Photo shows ; Baron Matsudaira , the Japanese Ambassador ( left ) and Baron de Cartier , the Belgian Ambassador , leaving the Foreign Office . 12 May 1933
RMPH3YRC–Flags of the USA and China, tariff war
RM2HBE4DB–'Anticipation. Bill:- 'Cleaning 'em up, Tom. Got a Job?' Tom:- 'Not yet; the foreigners are doing our work now, but TARIFF REFORM's coming, and then we'll have our chance'': Tariff Reform League postcard portraying a conversation between two working men, one is a carpenter cleaning his tools in his workshop, the other is leaning in through an open window
RFKK51YP–Tariff Change - Text on the Blue Cursor. 3D.
RFKGENGC–Fuel bill showing fixed price tariff for UK domestic gas and electricity
RM2AYBP2G–Circled Tariff text
RMKC739N–Illustrated Tariff of the Improved Papier-Mâché Picture Frames, also, Enriched Mouldings
RMER964P–The tariff tots
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