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Two workshop costume designs laid down on a sheet of paper. Costume designs for Sir Henry Irving's production of Coriolanus, which opened at the Lyceum Theatre on 15 April 1901.
'Stamp It Out Prevent Fire'. Colour offset lithograph fire safety poster designed by Thomas Eckersley. Issued by the Ministry of Labour and National Service and produced by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents during the Second World War, Great Britain, 1939-45.
Watercolour portrait drawing of a man in military dress and armour with a plumed helmet by C. Sutton.
Design for a console table; the variant half to the left is decorated with laurel leaves and a palm, to the right with a small dragon and a putto wearing a helmet and holding a club. Wash drawing.
'Safety Week. Be On Guard Against Accidents'. Colour lithograph poster designed by Edward McKnight Kauffer. Issued by the London Passenger Transport Board to coincide with a Safety Week held in London by the National Safety First Association, Great Britain, 1933.
'If you have a home fire extinguisher - keep it handy''. One of a set of eighteen posters on Civil Defence in London, entitled 'Target London'. By Peter Lawrence Kennard with graphic design by Peter Gladwin. Published by the Greater London Council, 1985.
Candlestick and extinguisher
Man and woman on a motor-cycle. Each wearing a helmet with the words 'Wear A Helmet' on one, and 'Always' on the other. Printed in black, white and blue on an orange ground.
Iron helmet with silver and gold, shape based on European hat of around 1600, pierced depicting dragons and scrolls; neck-guard of lacquered plates laced with silk, ca. 1600-1650, Japan
Pilaster, terracotta, shield, ram's head, helmet, quivers
Fashion design for driving helmet by Marjorie Field, 1948-1949.
Safety at work poster produced by RoSPA, designed by Tom Eckersley, and printed by Loxley Bros. Ltd, United Kingdom, 1940s
Component parts of a lamellar helmet, Dongtse Monastery, Tibet, ante 17th century
Safety propaganda poster by Bruce Angrave promoting visibility strategy in the dark. UK, ca. 1942.
Poster urging tidiness to avoid accidents. Issued jointly by National Safety First Association and Industrial Welfare Society. UK.
Poster issued by the Directorate of Air Traffic & Safety and Directorate of Safety Education. UK, ca. 1946.
"Don't Fly Too Low" Directorate of Air Traffic and Safety poster. UK, ca. 1946.
Taperstick, silver, London hallmarks for 1791-2, mark of Henry Chawner
Pair of chambersticks with snuffers and extinguishers
Silver, Scotland (hallmarks incomplete), ca.1790, mark of IP
Chamber candlestick with extinguisher and detachable drip pan.
Silver, York hallmarks for 1815-16, mark of James Barber and William Whitewell
Close helmet for the tilt
[Reinforcing plate] Plain steel reinforce for the visor of a close helmet
[Helmet] Close helmet, with embossed etched and gilt borders
Body armour comprising helmet (kulah khud) and shield (sipar)
[Helmet] Watered steel helmet bowl with a spike, nasal with turnscrew, and two porte aigrettes. The bowl is decorated with floral panels of silver damascene and gold kuftkari and pierced calligraphic cartouches around the rim backed with red foil. The aventail is of steel and brass butted mail links in a diaper with dagged ends. The bowl is lined with red fabric
[Shield] Dark watered steel shield close decorated with broad floral borders in gold kuftkari and pierced calligraphic cartouches backed with red foil. There are four domed, lobed, steel bosses decorated with gold kuftkari. A central silver damascened medallion is surrounded by flour floral silver damascened sprays. The lining is red fabric with a faded purple fabric edging strip
Wheel lock gun
Wheel lock gun inlaid with engraved staghorn with a double touch hole to take a superimposed double charge, German, dated 1581.
Fisherman sighting out to sea a lifebelt containing a packet of Lifebuoy Soap.
Parade helmet; black lacquered leather and gilded copper, laced with silk; decorated with gold dragons and clouds; Japan, ca. 1800-1850.
Scout car car; prototype; cat. no. 34719
Approved samples; emergency fire tender/engine
Approved Samples; FIRE TENDER/ENGINE; 1978
Prototypes and first castings
Action Man Outfit; samples; Hong Kong; 1975-83
Design: wooden with 9 pieces that fit into the largest, interlock
Helmet and neck-guard
Sprinkler, Spain or Italy, , 1600-1700, C.223-1936 .