RMKJFKM0–Bathroom, Victorian style, 1911. From the New York Public Library. This plate is from Motts Modern Plumbing, a catalog depicting different styles of bathroom fixtures.
RMFYEBTP–Victorian photograph of a woman outside in Fallston, Maryland.
RMPY870Y–Victorian photographic photography studio reproduced for a museum exhibit
RMG3B3H1–A gent in day dress clothes, also a frock coat, S-B coat curving away at the front, strapped trousers with decorative side seams, cravats & waistcoats with collars. Date: 1845
RM2E2K7AE–A typical Victorian English sweet shop with its owner and daughter standing at the door in typical clothing of the time . Its interesting that the shop in Whitby, Yorkshire, sold a variety of other goods including tourist souvenirs on a card near the door. Adverts are painted on the plate glass windows for Rowntree's ' Makers to HM the King' and Cadbury's ' Delicious & Wholesome' chocolates. Curtains block the cellar window, indicating that it was used as dwelling.
RMA66CT8–Fashion Plate 1845 Men
RMCPN0WB–Proper Victorian Couple in Parlor with their Dachshund
RFA345Y0–Fashion plate of seaside dress 1867
RMEEWRC3–La Mode Illustree 1896 Victorian era period costume fashion dress gown gowns skirt veil cuff frills muslin cap embroidery
RMA1TA4J–The Croquet Queen, a plate from Croquet by Captain Mayne Reid, New York 1869
RM2AT966N–VICTORIAN FASHION PLATE
RMAJ40YA–Handcoloured fashion plate for men 1846
RM2M9AFFK–Victorian Christmas family group - an early British visual representation of the domestic Christmas Tree.
RMACX3YA–Fashion plate for patterns for children's dresses 1877
RM2M986HK–Costume plate, two women in evening dress.
RMA1PXYD–Punch & Judy show on fashion plate circa 1850
RM2M0N7MR–Military equipment of the 9th to 11th centuries. Various types of plate conical helmets, some used by Crusaders and Saracens. Equipement militaire, XIe, Xe et XIe siecles. Chromolithograph by Ferdinand Sere from Charles Louandre’s Les Arts Somptuaires, The Sumptuary Arts, Hangard-Mauge, Paris, 1858.
RFBX8R8X–Fashion plate for the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine by Jules David artist
RMAJ40YB–Chromolithographed fashion plate for men 1870
RMFYEC6R–Victorian photograph of two women with a hammock outside in Fallston, Maryland.
RFA345Y1–Fashion plate of a musical evening 1868
RM2K9J007–Gerard de Nevers meets an equerry in front of a chateau, Flanders, 15th century. The knight wears full plate armour for a tournament. Taken from the Roman de Girart de Nevers, Bibliotheque Imperiale, MS 22, Fonds de Lavalliere. Girart rencontre un ecuyer. Flandre, XVe siecle. Chromolithograph by the Thurwanger brothers from Charles Louandre’s Les Arts Somptuaires, The Sumptuary Arts, Hangard-Mauge, Paris, 1858.
RMPC6NRJ–93 Wedding Dress fashion plate for the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine 1861
RFA946H7–Fashion plate for 1867
RMKYFNN4–Wedding Dress fashion plate for the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine 1861
RMA946H5–Fashion plate for 1865
RMEEWRCM–La Mode Illustree 1872 Victorian era period costume fashion dress gown gowns skirt veil cuff frills wedding garment
RM2AT966C–VICTORIAN FASHION PLATE
RFA946G0–Fashion plate circa 1872
RM2FYD72F–1870s 1800s FASHION PLATE TWO WOMEN IN DRESSES FRONT & REAR VIEW JANUARY 1877 DEMOREST’S MONTHLY VICTORIAN MAGAZINE - kh13419 NAW001 HARS JANUARY TURN OF THE 20TH CENTURY IN FEMININE 19TH CENTURY MONTHLY 1870s STYLISH CREATIVITY FASHION PLATE FASHIONS WAIST YOUNG ADULT WOMAN 1877 CAUCASIAN ETHNICITY OLD FASHIONED WASP
RFA946G3–Fashion plate circa 1871
RM2M986KH–Costume plate, two women out walking, with a male servant in attendance.
RMA946G5–Fashion plate circa 1845
RMP6F9FC–Facsimile of a Japanese fashion plate showing hairstyles of men (chonmage) and women, Edo period. From the Hair-Dressers' Journal, Nagasaki. Chromolithograph by Jules Cheret from Eugene Rimmel's Le Livre des Parfums, Paris, 1870.
RMACX3XB–Fashion plate for 'Promenade and Children's Costumes' (boy of six) 1879
RMACX3Y4–Fashion plate for the Lorne Costume for a Girl of fourteen 1878
RMFYEAGF–Victorian photograph of three women in their house in Fallston, Maryland
RMACX3Y7–Fashion plate for Visiting Costume and Boy's Sailor Dress 1877
RM2K98X63–Emperor Charlemagne in gold plate armour and ermine mantle seated in a military tent. His devoted servant Maulgis kneels before him. The fleurs-de-lys pattern is an anachronism. France, XVe siecle. From a manuscript romance, Folio 359, Tome 1, MS BLF 244, Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal. Chromolithograph by Moulin after an illustration by Claudius Joseph Ciappori from Charles Louandre’s Les Arts Somptuaires, The Sumptuary Arts, Hangard-Mauge, Paris, 1858.
RMACX3XE–Fashion plate for Children's Dresses 1879, girls of twelve and eight and boy of fourteen
RM2M1D7CH–Armorial robes of the 14th century, Flanders. Noble man in suit of plate armour and lady in armorial robes emblazoned with shields and lions rampant. From a manuscript Heures de la Croix de Notre Dame des Morts et autres, Bibliotheque de Cambrai. Costumes Armories. Flandres XIVe Siecle. Chromolithograph by Ferdinand Sere and Auguste Racinet from Charles Louandre’s Les Arts Somptuaires, The Sumptuary Arts, Hangard-Mauge, Paris, 1858.
RMGDCRC9–Victorian gentleman poses in a chair c1900. Photograph by Tony Henshaw
RMA496TJ–UK Shropshire Ironbridge Blists Hill Victorian Town bakery plate of parkin cake for sale
RMJF909B–The newest French fashions designed for the Ladies Treasury.. Hand coloured fashion plate. Shows women modellling spring dresses with bustles and tight fitting, high necked bodices. Hair is swept up.
RMEEWRBT–La Mode Illustree 1685 Victorian era period costume fashion dress gown gowns skirt veil cuff frills muslin cap embroidery
RM2H96G5M–Fashion plate from French publication 'Journal des Tailleurs,' 1857.
RM2DEF42T–rudolph ackermann repository of arts year 1809 volume 1 january plate 3
RM2E3W63P–1890s Victorian portrait of unknown fashionably dressed women seated in a garden posing for a photographer with a camera on a tripod. One may be a cross dressing man. One of a sequence of ten photographs of friends and family in the same setting.
RM2HT67P6–Ancient Silver Alms-Dish, 1850. 'Among the communion plate of Bermondsey Church [in London] is an ancient Silver Salver, now used for the collection of alms. It is supposed to have belonged to the Abbey of Bermondsey. In the centre is an engraving of a knight in plate armour, kneeling before a female, who is about to place a helmet on his head at the gate of a castle or fortified tower. From the fashion of the armour and form of the helmet, this curious specimen of art in the olden time has been assigned to the age of Edward the Second.' From "Illustrated London News", 1850.
RM2M986MT–Costume plate, two women with a little girl buying railway tickets, June 1866.
RM2DDJBNJ–rudolph ackermann repository of arts volume 1 february plate 8
RMRXD165–Following the Fashion. James Gillray (English, 1756-1815); published by Hannah Humphrey (English, c. 1745-1818). Date: 1794. Dimensions: 305 × 340 mm (image); 325 × 370 mm (plate); 350 × 385 mm (sheet). Hand-colored etching on paper. Origin: England. Museum: The Chicago Art Institute.
RMR50YCM–Man speaking to woman at seated sewing machine. SA fashion plate. Victorian style and history. . The Sewing Machine. London, . The Sewing Machine. Song [begins: 'I am one of those']. Hall, Frank. Source: H.1258.(10) front cover (det).
RMHDB6RG–woman dressed in best clothes in church, illustration from 1884 Chatterbox weekly children’s paper
RMFYEBTC–Victorian photograph of a young woman outside in Fallston, Maryland.
RF2F35NTB–praeterit enim figura hujus mundi bookplate for Josephine E S Porter, by William Fowler Hopson
RMKX4M8R–Vintage car accident with humorous overtones, circa 1908.
RMACX3Y1–Fashion plate for 'Evening party costumes for little girls of ten years old' 1879
RM2M0N7XP–Labours of the months, plate 2, 13th century. July: cutting grass with a scythe August: cutting wheat with a sickle, September: sowing seeds, October: harvesting grapes for wine, November: harvesting acorns for pigfeed, December: butchering a pig with an axe. From a manuscript Psalter, MS 147, Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal. Chromolithograph by Emile Beau after Claudius Joseph Ciappori, from Charles Louandre’s Les Arts Somptuaires, The Sumptuary Arts, Hangard-Mauge, Paris, 1858.
RMFDAF6H–Fashion plate of Promenade Toilette for The Delineator
RMGDCRC5–Two Victorian women dressed in formal full length black designs pose. Circa 1900. Photo by Tony Henshaw
RFC2YTJK–French fashion plate signing the wedding register
RMEEWRCE–La Mode Illustree Victorian era period costume fashion dress gown gowns skirt veil cuff frills muslin cap embroidery embroidered
RMACX4G0–Fashion plate for 'Ball Toilets' 1877
RMJF909C–The newest French fashions expressly modelled for Sylvia's Home Journal... Hand coloured fashion plate. Shows woman modellling evening dress with bustles and tight fitting, decolleté bodice with choker necklace. Hair is swept up. Maid also wearing dress with bsutle is holding necklace
RFEC0JCD–Ladies fashion plate
RMGDCRF4–Victorian women in park gardens c1900 Photograph by Tony Henshaw From original glass negative
RMAEAGJ4–Fashion plate for seaside costume 1878
RMGDCRRC–Study of a girl reading with natural lighting. amateur family photos c1899, venue appears to be Hastings. Photograph by Tony Henshaw - Scanned from early original glass slides (original positive images). FROM THE 1899 HASTINGS FAMILY COLLECTION
RMAEAGJ5–Fashion plate for seaside costumes 1879
RM2DEF4JM–Rudolph Ackermann repository of Arts year 1809 volume 1 june plate 25 red grouse
RMFYEAC7–Victorian photograph of two young women in Bel Air, Maryland.
RFAKN6JD–Fashion plate by Jules David 1888 showing picnic scene
RMR4X6HB–Woman walking on street watches man engaging dog in play with broom. Street scene; man with top hat and cane. A fashion plate. Victorian style and history. . Kleptomania. London, . Kleptomania. [Song, begins: 'Of course you know'.] (Symphonies and accompaniments by P. Rathbone.). Hall, Frank. Source: H.1258.(7) front cover (det).
RMRXMARG–Advantages of Wearing Muslin Dresses!. James Gillray (English, 1756-1815); published by Hannah Humphrey (English, c. 1745-1818). Date: 1802. Dimensions: 241 × 347 mm (image); 255 × 355 mm (plate); 285 × 395 mm (sheet). Hand-colored etching on paper. Origin: England. Museum: The Chicago Art Institute.
RM2M0N7YP–Labours of the months, plate 1, 13th century. January: man drinking and warming himself, February: woman holding a candle, March: lumberjack cutting timber, April, man holding vine branches, May, falconer with bird of prey and decoy, June: man carrying planks for building. From a manuscript Psalter, MS 147, Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal. Chromolithograph by Emile Beau after Claudius Joseph Ciappori from Charles Louandre’s Les Arts Somptuaires, The Sumptuary Arts, Hangard-Mauge, Paris, 1858.
RF2B09RWT–Vintage toilet wc vector sign with lady and gentleman head in victorian hats and clothes. Signs for toilet, illustration of silhouette gentleman and lady head for emblem toilet
RMAMBMW1–Knobs and knockers plated ring as aturning handle on old wooden church door.
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