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Poster, made by See Red, London, 1979.
Poster by David King entitled 'End Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa!'. Great Britain, 1979.
Portrait of Major William Christopher James at Dalguise House in Perthshire; albumen print by Rupert Potter, 1880.
Photograph of Euphemia Chalmers Gray (wife of Sir John Everett Millais) and her daughters, Effie and Caroline in front of the Mercat Cross of Dunkeld at Dalguise House in Perthshire; taken by Rupert Potter ca. 1880.
Tortoiseshell stuff box, owned by George Robey
Half length bust of a prophet from S. Petronio, Bologna, designed and executed by Jacopo della Quercia from 1426-28. Plaster cast copy purchased from Oronzio Lelli in 1885.
Poster advertising a variety programme starring George Robey, the Prime Minister of Mirth at New Empress Theatre, Brixton, 1933
Original pen and ink cartoon of George Bernard Shaw with a letter from the editor of the Leicester Mail (in which the cartoon was originally published) on the reverse, 1930.
Caricature self-portrait by George Robey, pen and ink, ca.1930.
Sugar caster and stand
Mustard pot, cover and stand
Cruet, cover and stand
Empress, Prime Minister and infant; Japanese
Group of three figures: Empress-Regent Jingo-Kogo on horseback; her Prime Minister Takeshiuchi with her son Emperor Ojin; a soldier of her army.; Japanese; 1932
Bisque socket head with open mouth, blue glass sleeping eyes and brown mohair wig; bent limb composition body; white dress, with petticoat, drawers, liberty bodice, vest; marked 'PM/ Grete/ 6'; made in Germany by Porzellanfabrik Mengersgereuth, 1910
Susan; English; 1959. PM Prod.
Betty; English; 1961. PM Prod.
Barbara; English; 1961. PM Prod. or Philmar
Tammy; English; 1962. PM Prod. or Philmar
Jar and cover
Polychromed ceramic jar depicting George Robey 'The Prime Minister of Mirth' in two parts, with impressed signature
Lithograph caricature for Vanity Fair entitled 'The Junior Ambassador', depicting Benjamin Disraeli, the Earl of Beaconsfield. Published in Britain, 1878.
19thC, Canada Album, 1875; Anon, Mr Mackenzie, Prime minister of Canada
'Fate of 8 Woman Suffrage Bills. Who Will Be "St George"?'; suffrage poster designed and printed at the Atelier, 6 Stanlake Villas, London, possibly caricaturing Prime Minister Asquith; ca 1913; woodcut in black and green.
Poster issued during the Second World War (1939-1945) entitled 'Never Was So Much Owed by So Many to So Few'. Britain, photo-chromo-lithograph.
'Her First Year'. Caricature drawing by Michael Leonard showing the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher as Saint Joan surrounded by various Government Ministers as putti. Drawing commissioned by the Sunday Times
Cabinet, wood covered in black lacquer with gold and silver filings and with gold, silver, black and red hiramaki-e, takamaki-e and togidashi-e lacquer and metal leaf alloys with the design of cranes and long-haired tortoises; shakudo fittings, Japan, about 1870.
England, about 1720. Mark: PM. A. Carvick Webster Gift; Pewter
Teacup and saucer
Medal, bronze, William Pitt, by Peter or William Wyon, English, 1813
Medal, gilt bronze, Sir Winston Churchill, by Pierre Turin, French, 1945
Medal, bronze, Georges Clémenceau, by Ferdinand Gilbault, French, ca. 1919-1920
Medal, Jules Ferry, bronze, by Jules-Clément Chaplain, French, 19th century, 1898.
Medal, bronze, the Death of William Pitt, by Thomas Webb, England, 1806
Roundel, silvered eletrotype, Death of the Duke of Wellington, by George Gammon Adams, English, ca. 1852
Roundel, silvered electrotype, cast of medal commemorating the Death of the Duke of Wellington, by George Gammon Adams, English, ca. 1852
Georges Clémenceau, struck bronze, by Jules Prosper Legastelois, French, 20th century, about 1920.
Medal, portrait of Georges Clémenceau, struck bronze, by Charles H Bertault, French, 20th century, 1918
Prix de la Ministre de la Guerre (War Office), bronze, by Paul Grand'homme, French, 1911
Printed cotton T-shirt, Great Britain, 1990s
Statue, stone, depicting St John the Baptist, France, late 14th century.
Poster from Boris Yeltsin's June 1991 election campaign