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Poster, 'Free All the Angola 3' by Emory Douglas; San Francisco, 2008
Poster, 'Fuck the Draft', designed and published by Kiyoshi Kuromiya (Dirty Linen Corporation); New York, 1968
Board game, pieces and box, plastic and printed paper on card, 'The Sir Francis Chichester Game', produced by Minimodels Ltd, a subsidiary of Lines Bros. Ltd., England, ca. 1969.
Theatrical costume of jacket and a pair of gaiters worn by Henry Irving as Mathias in the last act of 'The Bells' by Leopold Lewis, 1871 at the Lyceum under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat, breeches, hankerchief and small leather case, worn by Henry Irving as Robert Landry in the Prologue to 'The Dead Heart' by Watts Phillips, 1889 at the Lyceum, under Irving's management.
Metal pin badge with printed paper and polyester film cover. White background, with black typography.
Metal pin badge with printed paper and polyester film cover. Black background, with white typography.
Psychedelic poster. Print of a red, orange, yellow and blue paint-splattered background, with black line illustration to represent Jimi Hendrix in green suit with pink guitar.
Original artwork for prop poster for the Sex Pistols film The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle. 'God Save Myra Hindley'.
19/20thC, Ilford Album; Anon, The arrest of Dr Crippen, 1910
19/20thC, Ilford Album; Anon, Sir Roger Casement being arrested, 1916
19/20thC, Ilford Album; Anon, Arrest of Patrick MacMahon, 1936
'The Trial of Queen Caroline, 1820'
'Duke John of Finelande Prince of Sweden'. Double-page design from the Almain Armourers' Album, Royal Armouries, Greenwich, compiled between 1557 and 1587, showing a design for an armour and supplementary pieces for John, Duke of Finland, later King John III of Sweden (1537-92) (page nos. 20-21)
'The Duek of Norfolke'. Double-page design from the Almain Armourers' Album, Royal Armouries, Greenwich, compiled between 1557 and 1587, showing a design for an armour and supplementary pieces for Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk (1536-72) (page nos. 48-49)
'My L. Cobbom'. Double-page design from the Almain Armourers' Album, Royal Armouries, Greenwich, compiled between 1557 and 1587, showing a design for an armour and supplementary pieces for William Brooke, 10th Baron Cobham (1527-97) (page nos. 96-97)
Giambattista Calliano. Portrait minaiture of the Princess Pauline Borghese. Spain or Italy, ca. 1800-1820.
Topographical Album, 19thC of Burma; Anon. Burma, Mandalay, 'King's Private Room (Palace) where Tinedah Mingyi was arrested'
Stereoscopic photograph by Alexander Crowe of Stirling depicting the monument of Margaret Wilson, the Wigton Martyr. Scotland, ca. 1860s.
Hand-coloured etched and engraved print by Joseph Collyer after William Charron and John Bacon recording the Front of Admiral Keppel's Freedom Box, featuring depicitions of the enamel medallions showing allegorical figures, one representing Truth. Great Britain, 1779.
Broadsheet marking the court case against Queen Caroline. Published by S.W. Fores, 41, Piccadilly, London, December 1820
Gurnell Charles Jennis. Sketches from the trial of Roger Casement, 1916.
Three-quarter-length portrait of Sir Jeffrey Amherst dressed in armour. Mezzotint by James Watson after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1760s.
Print entitled 'The Assassination of Marat'. Etching by Jean Duplessi-Bertaux, published as a plate to 'Tableaux Historiqiues de la Révolution Française', 1804.
Set of hanging panels
Nine embroidered hangings, China, late 19th century
Plaquette, bronze, Cimon and Pero, by the Master of the Roman Charity, North Italy, early16th century
Medal (Cardinal Richelieu)
Medal, bronze, Cardinal Richelieu, by Jean Warin, France, dated 1630
Battle of the Marne and marshals Joffre, Maunoury and Gallieni, struck bronze, by Jules Prosper Legastelois, French, 20th century, 1916.
Medal, Edith Cavell and Marie Dépage, struck bronze, by Armand Bonnetain, French, 20th century, 1919
Escutcheon by Loy Hering depicting the bust of Duchess Marie Jacobäa of Baden-Sponheim, Duchess of Bavaria (1507-1580). 19th-century plaster cast after 16th-century German original.
Poster as seen in the Sex Pistols film The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle. 'God Save the Cambridge Rapist'.
Original artwork for prop poster for the Sex Pistols film The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle. 'God Save the Cambridge Rapist'.
Poster, lithograph, '16 Länder, ein Deutschland', for the campaign of the DA (Demokratischer Aufbruch) for first free parliamentary elections in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), GDR, 1990
Poster, lithograph, 'Stop PDSPDSEDSPDPDS', issued for the campaign of the DA (Demokratischer Aufbruch) for first free parliamentary elections in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), GDR, 1990
Mug, glazed earthenware with printed decoration, England, mid 1980s.
Medal, white metal, issued for the 50th Anniversary of the Society of Fine Arts in Milan, signed Johnson, Italy, dated 1893
Badge, The New Zealand Cross, for acts of Valour, New Zealand, 1869
Overdoor (picture surround)
Anarchy in the UK Sex Pistols Tour T-shirt, designed by Jamie Reid
Playbill for the play, Fazio, at the Theatre, Shrewsbury, 15 September 1818, featuring Mrs Bartley 'from the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane'.
Gold tobacco box, set with a portrait cameo of Charles I, London, ca. 1670-85, with original leather case
Suilver-gilt and base metals, Paris, 1830-1835, made by Jacques-Henri Fauconnier
Snuffbox depicting Justice choosing Minerva. Mother-of-pearl, gold, glazed miniature. Engraving: Norbert Heylbrouk the Elder, Flanders, ca. 1750
Panel relief, bronze, representing the freeing of a female saint, unknown sculptor, Italian (Rome), late15th or early 16th century
Print, screenprint on paper from the 'George Jackson' series by Llewellyn Xavier, probably made in the UK, 1971
Screenprint on paper from the 'George Jackson' series by Llewellyn Xavier, probably made in the UK, 1971
Colour cibachrome print, 'The Saints', Lesley Roberts, 1992