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Annotated coloured illustration by Ethelbert White for the cover of Impressions of the Russian Ballet The Firebird
Title by Ethelbert White for the cover of Impressions of the Russian Ballet The Firebird
Adjustable spotlights, designed by John and Sylvia Reid, manufactured by Rotaflex Ltd.
Backcloth designed by Natalia Goncharova for a revival of Mikhail Fokine's ballet, The Firebird, Act I, scene ii, Lyceum Theatre, 1926. Cut cloth of blue and gold formalized foliage with at foot a solid wall painted with a trellis in gold
19thC, Family Album, c. 1898, Ashton Collection, Volume I; Anon. 'Herbert Gladstone preparing to drive it out of sight' (golf)
Edward Henry Gordon Craig, one of 8 black figures in The Merchant of Venice, 1909-1910.
'The Citizen at Vauxhall', engraving by Smith, probably after Samuel Collings, 1784.
Met, Japan, SF
Man's polo hat, made by Walter Barnard & Son, Great Britain, possibly 20th century.
Painted glass. A cavalier with gun on shoulder holding gun and gun rest with left hand, sworn worn at side.
Height: 5 1/4 inches; width: 3 1/2 inches.
printed cotton, 1825-45c, English; Miles & Edwards label, leaf scrolls, red on white
Drawing by Terry Collins, illustration of a Ford Fiesta XR2i motor car, ink, watercolour and bodycolour on board with acetate overlay and paper cover, Great Britain, 1988
Brochure advertising variants of the new Peugeot 202, 1939
Gold fede ring inscribed 'Never to change', England, mid 17th century
Car wheel trim
Car wheel trim, plastic, Renault, France, 1991
Car wheel trim, plastic, The Rover Group, England, 1986
Car wheel trim, plastic, Ford Motor Company, 1991.
Car wheel trim, silver coloured plastic decorated with a griffin, Vauxhall Motor Limited, England, 1991
Metal child's pedal car 'Austin' made in England in 1959
Model racing car with driver
Wooden racing car and driver made in France by Vilac in 1990
Perfumed almanac opening in the shape of a six-leaved fan, both sides of each leaf lettered with a month of the year. Issued by S.D. Edwins & Sons. British, 1873.
Battery operated mechanical robot made in Japan in the 1970s
Prototypes of an amphibious craft
Amphibious Craft; England; 1970s