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Set design by Voytek for The Duchess of Malfi, Birmingham Repertory Theatre and UK tour, 1979
chair seat cover
Embroidered in wool and silk on canvas, English, 1700-50, basket of flowers
Father Christmas sleigh, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England, 1946-1984
10 piece Pine Cottage furniture set, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England, 1946-1984
31 piece furniture set, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England 1946-1984
Set design sketch of various scenes by Leslie Hurry for Schiller's Mary Stuart, Old Vic, 1958
Set design by Leslie Hurry for Schiller's Mary Stuart, Old Vic, 1958
Magazine, Il Cartoccino dei Piccoli, published by Il Cartoccino in Monza, Italy and dated 9 November 1930 and printed with a paper model design for dolls' house kitchen furniture
Set design by Leslie Hurry for Act II Scene II of The Moon and Sixpence, Sadler's Wells, 1957
Magazine, Billiken no. 2497, dated 20 November 1967 and containing an unmade paper model for a merry-go-round or carousel
Photograph of Buddha in Temple of Wat Mahan, Bangkok, gelatin silver print, ca. 1900s
Photograph of Buddha in Temple of Wat Leip, Bangkok, gelatin silver print, ca. 1900s
Photographic print of the actress Margaret Sharman, stage name Perlita Neilson (b.1933) as she appeared in a production of The Heartbreak House, the original image was taken by the photographer Cecil Beaton (1904-1980) in ca.1961
Photograph by Isabel Agnes Cowper, 'Dish, "The Vision of the apocalypse" by Jean Courtois', Limoges enamel, painted in grisaille, 16th century', albumen print, ca. 1875
Set design by Nick Ormerod for stage set with chair and vase centre and kitchen scene to upstage left in Cheek by Jowl's The Man of Mode, 1985
Unfinished plywood seat from a 'Jason' chair, Carl Jacobs for Kandya Ltd., Great Britain, 1950-1951
Sgabello chair, carved and partly gilt chestnut wood, Venetian, 1500-1600
Photograph of child in fancy dress, British, c 1910
Photograph of a child sitting in garden chair, British, about 1910
Studio photograph of a girl standing on a chair, The Fancy Dress Studio, London, c 1915
Studio photograph of two girls, Leyland Studios, Southport, c. 1920
Photograph of teenage boy leaning on chair, by John Cooper, albumen print, England, late 1800s
Black and white studio photograph of a girl, within an oval vignette. She is sitting sideways on a chair, giving a profile view.
Photograph of a girl, by unknown photographic studio, c 1870
Photograph of girl with a ball, by J W Gorsuch, albumen print, London, about 1900
Book jacket for a novel entitled 'For Reasons Unknown' by George Goodchild, published by Hodder & Stoughton. Great Britain, 1932.
Book jacket for a Western entitled 'Silvertip's Roundup' by Max Brand. Great Britain, 1945.
Book jacket for 'Red Strands for Danger' by Ralph Trevor. Great Britain, 1941.
Book jacket for 'Secret Interlude' by Sonia Deane. Great Britain, 1940.
Chair, Antelope by Ernest Race for Festival of Britain, 1951
Illustrated newspaper cutting depicting Miss Minnie Palmer, published ca. 19th century, Harry Beard Collection
Design in watercolour for cloth for the Fol-de-Rols musical revue, 'The Hire Purchase Stores', 1960
L'Assemblée - Au Salon, etching and engraving by François Dequevauviller after Nicholas Lavreince (Laureince, Niclas Lafrensen), 1783-4.
L'Assemblée - Au Concert, etching and engraving by François Dequevauviller after Nicholas Lavreince (Laureince, Niclas Lafrensen), 1783-4.
Photograph of a young girl leaning on a chair, albumen print, early 1900s
Boxed set of sixty colour prints, Macmillan's History Class Pictures Set 2, England, 1951
Set of colour prints from the Fairy Tale Pictures series, edited by E R Boyce, printed by Macmillan & Co, England, 1960
Cabbage chair, designed by nendo, 2008, paper, Prototype
'Gentleman's Chair', designed and made by David Kirkness (1855-1936). Made before 1910.
Page of a sketch book showing preliminary sketches of Nijinsky and Karsavina made in Théâtre du Châtelet during rehearsals or performances of Le Spectre de la rose, Diaghilev Ballets Russes. Sketch by Valentine Gross, ca. 1911
Triangular armchair of turned ash with oak seat
Carved wooden chair leg with broken tenons at the top
Photograph of Rupert, Beatrix and Bertram Potter at Lingholm, near Keswick; albumen print by Rupert Potter, September 1904.
Sepia postcard of a young girl in a white dress leaning against a chair.
Black and white photograph of a girl, seated, next to a younger boy. The girl is approximately 13, while the boy is closer to 8 or 9.
Portrait of a bearded gentleman at Dalguise House in Perthshire, 1881; albumen print by Rupert Potter.
A carved mahogany chair with a serpentine top rail and a trellis back and upholstered padded seat.
Page of a sketch book showing preliminary sketches of Nijinsky and Karsavina made in Théâtre du Châtelet during performances of Le Spectre de la rose, Diaghilev Ballets Russes. Sketch by Valentine Gross, ca. 1911
Sepia photograph of Ernest Freelaud.
Sepia studio photograph of a very young child, seated, probably Mydhope, James, or Amy Pascoe.
Sepia studio photograph of a very young child, seated, probably Mydhope Pascoe.
Studio photograph of probably a toddler, probably aged around two. Probably John (Graham) Pascoe, though that is not certain.
Sepia studio photograph of Mrs G. W. Atkins with probably Mary Harding-Klimanek.
Sepia tudio photograph of James Pascoe, aged around 3.
Photograph of a young girl with long dark hair wearing a smock dress. Was included in an envelope of pictures of Marion Pascoe, though probably isn't her.
Black and white photograph of Reginald Harding, standing next to a chair and behind a table.
Sepia photographof Margaret, known as Maggie, sitting on a chair and holding a doll.
Sepia photogrtaph of James, Amy and Reginald Harding.
Sepia photograph of Lizzie standing behind a chair.
Photograph of a woman, Sarah Harding holding a child who is her niece, Mary Harding-Klimanek, probably late 1870s
Sepia photograph of Wallis Pascoe wearing a dress, sitting on a chair.
Hand coloured photograph of a woman .Agnes-Ann Pascoe, kneeling next to a baby on a chair who is her son, James, late 1860s or early 1870s
Sepia photograph of Nurse Martha, nurse to James Pascoe, Amy Pascoe, Mydhope Pascoe and Wallis Pascoe during the 1870s (approximately).
black and white photographic print of Amy Pascoe with her Father John Pascoe (sometimes referred to as James Pascoe).
Print by Chiharu Kaido, 'The Lull' from ELP Box '08, published by East London Printmakers, 2008.
Photograph of a child, Amy Harding, 1867
[Westacre armchair (larger)] a dark stained wood single door wardrobe with turned wood details for a dolls house, made by Elgin of Enfield, probably 1920s.
[Westacre armchair (small)] hand embroidered rug in multi coloured threads on a pale brown background, backed with cream fabric. Made for a dolls' house, probably 1930-1960
[blanket box] turned wood (resembles mahogony) double bed for a dolls' house.The bed comes with a detachable mattress, valance, plain sheet, pillow and a floral quilt.
[embroidered picture] leather look arm chair
[vanity set] large rectangular rug in maroon, grey and yellow grid pattern
[lounge rug] large, curved cerimic vase in a dark, brown / grey colour, for a dolls' house
[lounge suite] vanity set comprising a metal-look hand mirror, brush and comb
[telephone] pale pink floral three seater sofa with three matching plain pink cushions
[music stand] green metal telephone in two parts, body and reciever.
Photograph of Amy Pascoe, albumen print, mid or late 1800s
Photograph, Woman sitting down in a chair, by E. Muybridge, 19th century