RMMA0CEB–Two women in Victorian England, in Victorian fashion, relaxing by a hammock and smoking.
RMD16F1B–Peascod Street Windsor Victorian period
RMM02E1J–Victorian England - Whitby Jet Trade - Wm Harker's Jet Manufactory Premises Alders Waste, Church Street, Whitby, UK (centre left) , Yorkshire
RME88PCW–Family wedding party 1897. Photograph taken Ilkley, Yorkshire, England.
RM2GN2YDB–Cycling in Britain in the Victorian age. Here a group of riders are about to set off on a race or time trial on rural backroads c.1900. The starter is on the left and other officials assist each of the eight competitors. The cyclists are wearing surprisingly modern-looking gear with crew-neck sweatshirts or T-shirts and soft leather shoes that have similarities with today’s lightweight trainers. Everyone isa wearing a cap. This is taken from a small image in an old photograph album – a vintage sporting photograph.
RMF4J4GG–Bank of England street scene 1894
RMCWAATJ–Laurence Housman (1865-1959) popular English playwright set his plays in Victorian England, best known for 'Victoria Regina'
RM2A83TF2–The Norman Chapel of St. John the Evangelist or Caesar's Chapel in the White Tower or Keep of the Tower of London. Steel engraving by Henry Melville after an illustration by B. Sly from London Interiors, Their Costumes and Ceremonies, Joshua Mead, London, 1841.
RMER5AGX–Victorian Ladies Playing Tennis, Unknown Location
RMGCF26W–BIRMINGHAM, England, about 1850
RMAP8MXD–Junior age children in a classroom at primary school, with a teacher using a sewing machine, needlework lesson, Cambridge, England, UK - circa 1918
RMBD5080–Victorian Eastgate Clock Chester Cheshire England UK
RMA872K9–French trade card titled Under the Mistletoe, England; Christmas Customs 1888
RMMR6TWP–Cartoon, 1860, when the leader of the pseudo-religious community at Spaxton near Taunton, Somerset, which scandalised Victorian England, proposed going to America
RFJ36TBX–Looking down a wide street in Victorian England, a couple with a small child waking on the right hand side.Image taken circa 1900
RM2G7F04G–[Henley Regatta Archive Retro 1900s Victorian England] boating fashion lifestyle drinking activities competition on The River Thames Henley UK Date Created/Published :1900s Photochrom, colour.
RFB0EEAM–Victorian Couple at Ball
RFDAGE9R–Knightshayes Court, Tiverton, Devon, England, United Kingdom
RMCXPGEH–Victorian Woman Sewing by Fireplace in Living Room in Victorian England c1900
RMMA0CE7–Two women dressed as bridesmaids in late Victorian England. Both wear white dresses with elaborate white flowered hats, and both carry a large posy of flowers.
RMDC1RMW–Bank of England London Victorian period
RMDF417M–Family going to a Christmas party by horse-drawn sleigh, England, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMAF510W–Somerleyton Hall Suffolk England UK
RM2BTXPXK–A Victorian woman tends to her geese in the orchard of a Gloucestershire farm, England, UK c. 1900.
RMF2WR0W–London, England. London Bridge spanning the River Thames. This late 19th century photograph shows the Victorian stone arch version of the bridge which existed from 1832 until 1968.
RMDJBGGN–Old Sandstone Clock Tower Victorian England
RMA5G9BB–dh City Centre LEEDS WEST YORKSHIRE Victoria Quarter mosaic floor shopping arcade shoppers strolling walkway uk interior mall people victorian england
RMKFGFRX–'The Boys’ Workhouse' by Albert Edelfelt (1885)
RMC3PDH9–STREET OYSTER SELLER in Victorian London - note the children also eating them
RM2BFPNWJ–Engraved portrait of a flower girl from Victorian England
RM2A83T5C–Victorian stockbrokers dealing at the Stock Exchange. Steel engraving by Henry Melville after an illustration by Gilbert from London Interiors, Their Costumes and Ceremonies, Joshua Mead, London, 1841.
RMK2T5E2–Victorian architectural details of Queens Hotel (which opened in 1880), Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, UK
RMG1CC8Y–Painting depicting John, King of England (1166-1216) granting Magna Charta by Ernest Normand (1859-1923) a notable painter in Victorian England. Dated 19th Century
RM2CCTBPE–Queen Victoria (1819-1901), Queen of the United Kingdom from 1837 until her death, shown on the Diamond Jubilee (60th anniversary) of her reign. This 1897 photo card by Messrs Bassano of London & Brighton states that this photograph is 'The only portrait taken from life in robes of state.'
RM2G7ETC0–York Minster. The minster is the seat of the Archbishop of York, the third-highest office of the Church of England Colour Photochrom image Victorian England 1900's UK The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter in York, commonly known as York Minster, is the cathedral of York, England, and is one of the largest of its kind in Northern Europe Architectural styles: Gothic architecture, English Gothic architecture, Perpendicular Gothic architecture
RMT3BT9F–Bradford Victorian Cabinet Card of a Mother and Her Disabled Son on Crutches Outside Their Home.
RMM1EMDR–A Victorian photograph showing crowds on the beach and Mr Argument's bathers bathing machines at Whitby, Yorkshire, UK
RMPAAEB1–[Entrance to the Port of Boulogne]. Artist: Édouard Baldus (French, born Prussia, 1813-1889). Dimensions: 28.8 x 43.5 cm (11 5/16 x 17 1/8 in.). Date: 1855. Boulogne-sur-Mer, the terminus of the railroad line from Paris, was the gateway for trade and travel between Victorian England and Second Empire France. It was also the arrival point for Queen Victoria's state visit in 1855, and this exceptionally rich, subtle print comes from an album commissioned by Baron James de Rothschild, owner of the line, for presentation to the imperial court on that occasion. Baldus's photograph, showing the e
RMMA0CE6–Young woman dressed as a bridesmaid in late Victorian England. She is wearing round spectacles, and is dressed entirely in white, with an elaborate white flowered hat.
RMP6GGG1–Bank of England, London, Victorian period
RMA0A9PY–Gentlemen toasting Queen Victoria in England 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Charles Dana Gibson illustration
RMAF4YRJ–Somerleyton Hall Suffolk England UK
RMDTAH4J–Crowds admiring the electric lights on Victoria Docks, London, England in the 19th century.
RM2GJ0FBM–Victorian England Summer Afternoon playing croquet
RMF4HNHJ–Victorian terraced houses, Deacon Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
RFGDPNW3–The little umbrella makers - Little girls play umbrella making, circa 1880
RMBA2951–SUMMER FAIR IN OXFORD, ENGLAND. A late 19th century photo shows the Natural History Museum in the background
RM2GCPHMR–Engraving of men addressing an audience at a formal gospel meeting in Victorian England, circa 1890
RM2A83T5F–Court of the Governor and Company, in the Parlour, Bank of England. Steel engraving by Henry Melville after an illustration by F. Mackenzie from London Interiors, Their Costumes and Ceremonies, Joshua Mead, London, 1841.
RMEX85T3–Sussex Map, 1850 by Thomas Moule of the English county, with illustrations of Brighton Pier, Chichester Cathedral and Arundel Castle
RMHHG5YK–Cartoon from Punch, London, 1860, when the leader of the pseudo-religious community at Spaxton near Taunton, Somerset, which scandalised Victorian England, proposed going to America.
RM2FMJ6JH–A late 19th Century view of the River Wye as it flows through Hereford, a cathedral city and the county town of Herefordshire, England. In the foreground is the Wye Bridge, contructed in the late 15th century with Hereford Cathedral dating from 1079 behind. The cathedral contains the Mappa Mundi, a medieval map of the world dating from the 13th century.
RMPTH389–The Tichborne Claimant in court in 1874
RM2CFB74W–The Wedding of St. George & Princess Sabra
RMKXW071–Blood sports in Victorian England - The Ratting pit at the Grahams Arms, Graham Street, London
RMRFH0AN–Zoe, Maid of Athens. Artist: Julia Margaret Cameron (British (born India), Calcutta 1815-1879 Kalutara, Ceylon). Dimensions: 30.1 x 24.5 cm (11 7/8 x 9 5/8 in.). Date: 1866. A highly intelligent and deeply spiritual woman who appreciated the complexities of life, religion, poetry, and art, Cameron counted among her mentors and models many of the greatest minds of Victorian England--Tennyson, Herschel, Darwin, Ruskin, Carlyle, and others. When her children gave her a camera in 1863, she strove to express biblical and literary ideals of innocence, wisdom, piety, or passion that she saw embodie
RMP9CPHB–Late Victorian photograph of people boarding a small horse down wagon, somewhere in England.
RMJP9D0T–Bank of England, London, Victorian period
RFG36JFX–The first of the monumental town halls that would come to characterise the cities of Victorian England, Birmingham Town Hall
RMCP7ADE–Engraving of Victorian beach scene, Cornwall, England. Engraved by William Miller in 1831.
RF2H59TXJ–Vintage illustration dated 22nd August 1885 entitled Bird's eye view of Liverpool as seen from a balloon. Showing the city of Liverpool and the river Mersey in England
RMG31GG8–The Claimant in The Tichborne case in court. A legal cause célèbre that captivated Victorian England in the 1860s and 1870s concerning the claims by an individual sometimes referred to as Thomas Castro or Arthur Orton, but usually termed 'the Claimant', to be the missing heir to the Tichborne baronetcy.
RM2GJ0DDR–Victorian England 1865 men in hats playing golf
RMF4HNHH–Victorian terraced houses, Deacon Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
RMF6RJTM–Entrance atrium, Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London, England, UK
RM2CCCAEA–POVERTY IN VICTORIAN ENGLAND A woman box maker is helped by her daughter.
RM2D6EXDK–Engraving of a young Victorian couple playing draughts.
RM2A83T4K–Payment of dividends in the Rotunda, Bank of England. Steel engraving by J. Shury after an illustration by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd from London Interiors, Their Costumes and Ceremonies, Joshua Mead, London, 1841.
RF2JCJAEC–The 1895 caption reads: 'Mr Rusking from a plate taken by Miss Ackland at Brantwood.' The 1895 caption reads: ' John Ruskin, (1819-1900) one of the greatest figures of the Victorian age, was an English critic of art, architecture, and society. A gifted painter, he had a distinctive prose style and was an important example of the Victorian Sage, or Prophet: a writer of polemical prose who seeks to cause widespread cultural and social change. Brantwood is a historic house, estate and vibrant center for the arts on the shore of Coniston Water in England. It was once home to John Ruskin.
RMKJ1TXE–A framed decorative mourning card for a young girl who died due to an outbreak of cholera in Victorian England. Dated 19th Century
RM2G7EXT0–ROYAL EXCHANGE Victorian archive London [Royal Exchange, London, England] Date Created/Published: [between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900]. photochrom, color.
RMF196XW–Guard guarding chain mail suit shield Victorian England soldier UK English battle attire dressed
RM2CFB73N–Before the Battle
RMERHA9Y–Lady wearing a 'walking costume', a tight-fitting set of coat and overskirt popular in Victorian England c.1888.
RMM1EMG1–An early photograph from Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK showing a beach scene with an aeroplane which had landed on the sands
RMP8BP0T–Streets of Liverpool, during a gathering in Victorian England.
RMJ4NY0J–Lead mining and production in Victorian England
RFP12CRR–Birmingham town hall is thee first of the monumental town halls that would come to characterise the cities of Victorian England
RMHX76MP–Photo illustration of a man hugging a woman and winking, Victorian England circa 1910, from an English postcard.
RF2H1CCAP–Vintage photochrome colour photo circa 1890 of Eastgate Street in Chester an historic town in England dating back to the medieval period. The view includes the Tudor period buildings and rows in the city centre also the Grosvenor Hotel. A horse drawn tram operated by the Chester Tramways Company can be seen
RMT4N5CC–John Frederick Herring Sr., 1795 –1865, aka John Frederick Herring I. English painter, sign maker and coachman. From The Illustrated London News, published 1865.
RM2AAYHN5–Leadenhall Market, London, England
RMF4HNHK–Victorian terraced houses, Deacon Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
RMPAXPCC–Pinch bottle. Culture: British, Swadlincote. Designer: Christopher Dresser (British, Glasgow, Scotland 1834-1904 Mulhouse). Dimensions: Height: 8 3/4 in. (22.2 cm). Manufacturer: Ault Pottery (British, 1887-1922). Date: ca. 1890. This bottle demonstrates the strong influence of Japanese ceramics on Christopher Dresser (1834-1904), a prolific designer who played a key role in promoting the industrial arts in Victorian England. In 1876, Dresser became the first designer to be invited by the Japanese government to study the arts of Japan as a delegate of the newly opened South Kensington Museum
RMR80BRR–ALCOHOLISM Waiting for a pub to open in London in an 1874 engrasving
RM2D6EXDP–Engraving of a young Victorian woman playing the piano for her guests.
RM2A83TFA–Victorian tourists at an exhibition of frescos, paintings and sculpture in Westminster Hall, 1844. Steel engraving by Radclyffe after an illustration by B. Sly from London Interiors, Their Costumes and Ceremonies, Joshua Mead, London, 1841.
RMP7P7AM–English: Female impersonators Frederick Park and Ernest Boulton. This photograph taken less than a year before their arrest by the Metropolitan Police for 'conspiring and inciting persons to commit an unnatural offence'. This photograph used as a full page spread in Attitude (a UK gay lifestyle magazine) in August 2013, issue 234. The photograph appears in a cropped form but otherwise unaltered in 'Fanny & Stella, The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England' (2013) ISBN 9780571231904. 1869 301 Park and Boulton (Fanny and Stella)
RM2A25NC8–Illustration depicting a village fair.
RM2G7EXHR–THE TOWER OF LONDON historic victorian London with horse drawn hackney carriage cabs waiting outside The Tower of London England] 1890 and ca.1900]. photochrom, color.
RM2FK94J8–Haddon Hall circa 1890-1900
RM2CFB747–Tune of the Seven Towers
RMERHA9X–Lady wearing a dress with bustle, a style popular in Victorian England c.1878. Such arrangements would often disregard fullness
RMM1EMEA–Beach scene 31st May 1902 - The screw steamer S.S. 'Ben Corlick' of North Shields, stranded at Upgang beach, with loss of life Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK - Third Engineer Percy Hedley and carpenter E Robinson both lost their lives in trying to escape by rowing boat.
RMMA0CEC–A young man in late Victorian England, standing with a new bicycle and dressed in very good quality leisure wear of the time.
RMJ4NY0F–Lead mining and production in Victorian England
RM2DRRX02–United Kingdom, England, London. The Royal Courts of Justice (Law Courts). Buildiing designed by George Edmund Street (1824-1881) in the Victorian Gothic style in the 1870s and opened by Queen Victoria in 1882.
RF2D6F5M5–The 1906 caption for this illustration from Anthony Trollope’s Barchester Towers reads: They [signora and three daughters] left the reception-rooms in a manner not altogether devoid of dignity. Anthony Trollope (1815 – 1882) was an English novelist and civil servant of the Victorian era. Barchester Towers, published in 1857 by Trollope, is the second novel in his series known as the 'Chronicles of Barsetshire.' Among other things it satirizes the antipathy in the Church of England between High Church and Evangelical adherents. Trollope began writing this book in 1855. Among his best-known wor
RMMC6G1A–Images and sigils for Cancer and Gemini on the facade of the Victorian public library in Hereford (England)
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