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Glazed spill vase of Jenny Lind (1820-1887), and Luigi Lablache (1794-1858) as Marie and Sergeant Sulpice in Getano Donizetti's opera La Fille du Regiment, Her Majesty's Theatre, 27 May 1847. Staffordshire, ca.1847
Costume design by Motley for Miss Tina and Mrs Prest in Michael Redgrave's stage adaptation of Henry James's novel The Aspern Papers, Queen's Theatre, 1959
Costume design by Motley for Laurence Olivier as Edgar in Strindberg's play The Dance of Death, National Theatre Company at the Old Vic, 1967
Portrait miniature by Winifred Dongworth of the opera singer Amelita Galli-Curci as Violetta in La traviata, 1924
Illustration by Adrian Allinson showing the ballet, Papillons as performed by Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes probably at the London Coliseum in 1918
Boxed board game, Escape from Colditz, made in England by Palitoy in the 1970s
Colourless blown lead glass, probably English, ca.1700- 1730
The Big Grin guide to Punch & Judy. Poster created to celebrate the 350th anniversary of Mr. Punch in England, in association with PuppetLink and The Big Grin Birthday 2012 celebrations. Gift of Glyn Edwards.
Reginald Case. "Marilyn Dollar" artist's multiple, America, 1997.
Jennys Home kitchen set
Set of kitchen furniture belonging to Jennys Home modular dolls' house, made by Tri-ang in the 1960s
Holy card, America, early 20th century.
Holy card, America, 20th century.
Holy card, America, 1950s.
Holy card, America, 1954.
Holy card, America, 1956.
Holy card, America, 19th century.
Holy card, America, 1908.
Holy card, America, 2009.
Album (compilation) of holy cards, drawings and inscriptions by Wanda, a Polish-Catholic schoolgirl in New York, America, late 1930s.
Holy card, America, late 20th century.
Miniature lenticular print, mid-20th century.
Bracelet, silver, by Alexander Calder, U.S.A., c.1945
Door stop, cast iron and brass, made by Stuart and Smith, Sheffield, designed and modelled by John Bell, ca.1848
Colour linocut by Al Frueh of Raymond Hitchcock in the 1918 revue Hitchy-Koo at the Globe Theatre in New York, published 1922
Colour linocut by Al Frueh of Francis Wilson and De Wolf Hopper, published 1922
Linocut by Al Frueh of William Collier, published 1922
Photograph by Raphael Albert, untitled, from the portfolio Black Beauty Pageants, gelatin silver print, London, c. 1970s, printed 2012
Photograph by Raphael Albert, 'Miss Black & Beautiful', from the portfolio Black Beauty Pageants, gelatin silver print, London, c. 1970s, printed 2012
Photograph by Raphael Albert, untitled (Miss Black & Beautiful escorted by two gentlemen), from the portfolio Black Beauty Pageants, gelatin silver print, Hammersmith, London, c. 1970s, printed 2012
Pot lid and base 'The Bear Pit', transfer-printed earthenware and plain glazed earthenware, probably designed and made by Mayer factory, Burslem, Staffordshire, mid 19th century
Printing plate 'The Bear Pit', engraved copper, designed and made by Joseph Mayer & Co., Burslem, Staffordshire, mid 19th century
Sepia watercolour illustration created for publication in an illustrated newspaper or magazine, probably The Penny Illustrated Press. It shows a series of scenes from a production of The New Clown. The sketch is not dated but has been signed by the artist F.V.Poole in the bottom right hand corner. Given by Sir William Ingram in 1914.
Box, silver and 9 carat gold, designed and made by Michael Rowe, London, 1978
Front cover of music sheet for Jim Crow!, The Celebrated Nigger Song, sung by Mr. Rice, published in London, ca. late 19th century - early 20th century.
Print, 'Computer Graphics cover', by David DiFrancesco, USA, 1979
Matchbox car box, 61 Alvis Stalwart, Lesney, England, 1966
Matchbox car, 19 Lotus Racing Car, Lesney, England, 1966
Matchbox car, 75 Ferrari Berlinetta, Lesney, England, 1965
Matchbox car, 56 Fiat 1500, Lesney, England, 1965
Matchbox car, 54 S & S Cadillac Ambulance, Lesney, England, 1965
Matchbox car, 42 Studebaker Station Wagon, Lesney, England, 1965
Matchbox car, 71 Jeep Gladiator Pick-Up Truck, Lesney, England, 1964
Matchbox car, 63 Fire Fighting Crash Tender, Lesney, England, 1964
Matchbox car, 28 Mark Ten Jaguar, Lesney, England, 1964
Matchbox car, 55 Ford Fairlaine police patrol car, Lesney, England, 1963
[Box] Matchbox car box, 55 Ford Fairlaine police patrol car, Lesney, England, 1963
Matchbox car, 65 Jaguar 3.8 Sedan, Lesney, England, 1962
Matchbox car, 19 Aston Martin Racer, Lesney, England, 1961
Print of a costume design for female dancers representing the United States of America in the ballet Our Army and Navy, Alhambra Theatre, London, 1889. One of 13 prints in a portfolio of costume designs produced by costumier Charles Alias from designs by Lucien Besche. Printed by Alf Cooke, Leeds. Harry Beard Collection
"Hiking" table top race game board.
"Flying Round the British Empire" table top race game board.
Costume design by Audrey Cruddas for King John and Queen Elinor in William Shakespeare's play King John, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 16 April 1957.
Costume design by Audrey Cruddas for the Duke of Orleans in William Shakespeare's play Henry V, Old Vic, 13 December 1955.
Daguerreotype portrait of a lady in a black shawl by Jesse Harrison Whitehurst. America, ca. mid 1850s.
Design concept lithograph by Ettore Sottsass, fruit bowl with grapes, 1973
Design concept lithograph by Ettore Sottsass, fruit bowl with apple, 1973
Design concept lithograph by Ettore Sottsass, teapot with red lid, 1973
Design concept lithograph by Ettore Sottsass, teapot with moon, 1973
Design concept lithograph by Ettore Sottsass, teapot with fire, 1973
Toy lorry, battery powered, constructed of Meccano, metal and rubber, manufactured by Airfix Corporation of America, made in England, 1978.