84 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 77 are shown here).
Pages pulled from the magazine, Illustreret Familie Journal, No. 36, 5 September 1928, printed with a paper model design for a giant eagle carrying a palace in its talons as it flies over land
Photograph of an Assyrian sculpture of an eagle-headed genius, worshipping, Paris, Louvre, albumen print, ca. 1880s
Key ring, with enamelled eagle figure on gold coloured metal.
Poster advertising American Eagle
Poster advertising The Way of an Eagle at Empire, Hartlepool, 1923
Poster advertising The Way of an Eagle at Empire, Sunderland, 1923
Eagle plush toy made in 1980 by Wallace Berrie Company in Korea for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games.
A cameo cut into a black helmet shell portraying Hebe feeding the eagle of Zeus produced in France in the mid nineteenth century
De Morgan dish design
'L'Aigle Déplumé!...' Satirical print by Alphonse Jacques Levy ('Said') of the emperor Napoleon III as an eagle chained to a perch. Lithograph, France, 1870-1871.
Print, portrait of Emperor Leopold I, anonymous engraving, late 17th century (?).
Arms of Pope Benedict XV (eagle and castle). Wood-engraving by Eric Gill, designed for Burns & Oates Ltd., London, 1915.
Wrought iron figure of a sea eagle with removable wide-spread wings, standing on a bronze rock of later date, made by Miochin Munesuke, dated 1695
Pap, Japan, paintings and drawings. Page from an album (Museum number E.1534:1595-1920), containing watercolours by Anonymous, 19th century: Eagle and snake face each other on a branch
Silver-gilt pendant with a double-headed eagle, Wurttemberg (Germany), 19th century.
brass with figure of an eagle in relief and remains of silver inlay depicting human figures, Syria, late 13th c.; Islamic metalwork
Plaque in the form of a crowned double eagle and heraldic shield of arms, wrought iron, made in Germany, 16th century
Chest lock and key
Chest lock and key, wrought iron, pierced and engraved, features a double-headed crowned eagle, Cordoba, 17th century
Silver-gilt ring with an engraved eagle on the bezel, Albania, 19th century.
Silver ring with double-headed eagle on octagonal bezel, Albania, 1865-1870.
Carpet of woven wool, Mexico, 1960s
Roundel, St john; Bronze Spanish 16c
Knocker, bronze, showing an eagle, a mask and a shield of arms, Italy, 16th century
Antonio Guidi/eagle perched on tree & crest; Electrotype ? Italian/Liard ? 19thC
Fragment of red earthenware stamped with a pattern of a portion of a shield of arms (a chevron between two eagles with wings displayed in chief and one in base), inlaid with white clay and glazed. From Bath Abbey. English, 13th century.
Fireback, cast iron depicting a griffin and eagle, the arms of ironfounder John Browne of Brenchley, Kent, probably made in his foundry, after 1626
Lock, key and hinge
Lock, key, lock part and hinge, pierced and engraved tinned iron, ornament in the form of a double-headed eagle and grotesques, made in Germany, 1650-1700
[described in the register as a horse ornament], cast brass, in the form of a comb surmounted by the twin-headed eagle of the Holy Roman Empire, Austria (Wels), 18th century; Arms and armour
Arms of Prince Odescalchi. Honestone Italian ca. 1800.
Heraldic relief, carved Istrian stone, Italian, dated 1540
Pounce box, bronze, from an inkstand, Italy, middle of 16th century
Details of an eagle holding a shield and the heads of two dolphins, from a lunette in the South Gallery by Sir William Chambers (1723-1796).
Reproduction, eagle with snake, Antoine- Loius Barye
Upper part of a fountain
Coat of arms
Silver-gilt filigree cross hanging from a double-headed eagle, Spain, 1750-1850.
Design for the figure of an eagle on a rocky base perhaps for the top of a clock.
Silver signet ring with an octagonal bezel engraved with a crowned eagle, with on the shoulders the initials 'AI', Germany, 15th century
Earth Day 22 April. Poster by Robert Rauschenberg against destruction of planet. USA, 1970.
Third Reich Nazi propaganda poster. Austria, 1941.
Pewter vinaigrette in the form of a cone with a screw-top and a small container at the base. German, 18th century.
Drawing of a coat of arms, early 18th century to early 19th century, Trubshaw Family
Drawing of a coat of arms with a ram on either side, dated 'Nov 24th 1809.'
Artwork for a `cut away' illustration of a French Air Force Dassault Mirage fighter plane by G. Palmer for the `Eagle' comic, 1963
Artwork for a `cut away' illustration of a British delta winged aeroplane by L. Ashwell Wood for the `Eagle' comic, published 1962.
Artwork for a `cut away' illustration of a British six-wheeled armoured car, drawn for the `Eagle' comic by L. Ashwell Wood, 1963.
Design and artwork for the front cover of the `Eagle' comic" Arms through the Ages: No. 11 the Bayonet" by Eric Parker. Published 19th October 1965
Captain Eagle, Airfix Eagles No. 50007-6, ©Airfix Products Ltd, 1977, Printed in England, contents made in Spain & Taiwan
card box printed in colours to show the title, maker's details, illustration of the character and description of the toy
contains one fully posible figure in yellow, with accessories
Boy's Underpants; British, 1990-95
Enamelled coin (Chile Peso) in silver-gilt swivel brooch, Birmingham, 1891.
The frame bears the Birmingham mark of 1891 and a sponsor's mark.
Obverse: engraved with an eagle within a background painted in green enamel around which is the motto 'POR LA RAZON O LA FUERZA' : below the eagle within two stars the date 1891. The eagle is clutching in one claw a shield on which are fasces(ensigns of authority or power) surrounded by crosses.
Reverse:Within a circle are engraved the arms of Chili surmounted by three ostrich feathers and below a laurel wreath set against a cobalt blue enamelled background. The motto 'REPUBLICA DE CHILE & UN PESO runs within the border of the coin in a band of red enamel.
The coin in a silver gilt setting with beading round the edge. The reverse has a brooch pin and a small ring, possibly for fixing on a necklace. The frame is cast with bead work. The coin has a milled edge.
Poster, 'He who in God believes - in defence of the people of Ostrobrama, under the standard of the Eagle let him fight'.
Drawing of an antique eagle, ca. 1800, by Charles Heathcote Tatham