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Boxed board game, Escape from Colditz, made in England by Palitoy in the 1970s
Magazine, Billiken no. 113 dated 16 January 1922, containing an unmade paper model depicting a chalet 'Ciudad Billiken - Chalet'
Poster, produced by Sally Mould for Community Copy Art, London.
Dolls house accessories
Selection of accessories belonging to Betty Pinney's dolls' house, 'Bettiscombe'.
Photograph by Michael Bennett, 'Uncle Stan at Sunday Dinner', from the series The Family, gelatin silver print, 1970s
Set of colour prints from the Fairy Tale Pictures series, edited by E R Boyce, printed by Macmillan & Co, England, 1960
Set of six colour printed cards backed with paper each with a border of brown stylised leaves and patterns printed on a black background. Each card has eleven hexagonal pieces cut from its picture - two rows of four, top and bottom, and one of three in between. When these pieces are removed printed beneath are numbers and/or German words or phrases. Printed on the obverse of the hexagonal pieces is the question or mathematical sum for the answer that lies underneath it. The general pattern is for the top and bottom rows of four to have numbers and phrases, the outer two in the central three to have just a number and for the central piece to have a question or riddle with a short answer printed in larger type.
[card1] Colour picture of an outdoor scene. A girl and boy sit on a riverbank while a boat rows past containing two boys, one standing, a girl playing a guitar and a dog.
The featured numbers are 1-5, 14, 40, 44, 45 and 49.
[card2] Colour picture of a group of children fishing from a small wooden pier. Two boys have rods and one is catching a fish. A girl carries a rake and another boy looking at a couple of storks one of which is intent on catching a frog.
The featured numbers are 6-8, 18, 0, 21, 90, 96, 99 and 100.
[card3] Colour picture of an outdoor scene with a young goose girl and her flock. A boy is leaning on a fence talking to the girl with a seated dog at his feet.
The featured numbers are 9-12, 15, 16, 60, 66, 70 and 72.
[card4] Colour picture of an outdoor winter scene with children, all boys, having a snow fight around a snowman they have just finished building.
The featured numbers are all in the 20s apart from the bottom row of 30, 77, 132 and 144 and the middle answer is Otto.
[card5] Colour picture of an out door garden scene of children playing. Three boys are using sticks as musical instruments and two girls standing on a bench form the percussion section of this home-made orchestra, using a watering can as drum and a pair of lids as cymbals. Between the musicians a boy and girl dance together and another girl is partnered by a dog on its hind legs.
The numbers featured are in the 30s, 40s and 100s and the central question is riddle about a clock.
[card6] Colour picture of an indoor scene - a young family seated around a table. The mother has a baby on her lap and is feeding it with a spoon. There are three children sitting around the table eating what looks like bread and soup. There is a dog and cat begging for food and a doll and ball lying on the floor.
The numbers featured are in the 50s, 60s and 80s and the central question is about a flower.
Roll of wallpaper 'Pharmacy wallpaper', gold screenprinted paper, designed by Damien Hirst, United Kingdom, designed in 1997 and printed 2004
Roll of wallpaper 'Pharmacy wallpaper', silver screenprinted paper, designed by Damien Hirst, United Kingdom, designed in 1997 and printed 2004
Boxed set of sixty colour prints, Macmillan's History Class Pictures Set 1, England, 1951
Black and white photograph of a London street scene. Shop or cafe window sign, displays various advertisements for food.
'My kitchen is a Stage' illustration for Brizo tap company by Erin Petson
Jam jar, mould-blown glass, possibly manufactured by Albion Bottle Company Ltd., England, ca. 1945 - 1950
Build-O-Fun, set no. 101, from Tupperware Toys, London, 1968.
Educational toy, set of 12 educational cards from a set entitled 'The Café', housed in an illustrated envelope, two leaflets with sums on also included, E. J. Arnold & Son Ltd, Leeds, ca. 1950s.
Birthday card, depicting a girl in a pink dress and two rabbits, inside is a greeting, published by Premier, Great Britain, sent in 1944.
Painting of a female train attandant with a trolley, by Chong-ch'ŏl Yi, Korea, ca.1989
Painting of women making kimchi (pickled cabbage condiment), by Ko Chŏng-Sam, Korea, 2009.
Broad bean salad hat, F, by Deirdre Hawken, England, 2010
Black and white portrait photograph a girl, Marie, dressed for the May Day celebrations ca. 1900
Black and white portrait photographof a baby boy, Dick Longcroft wearing a white broderie anglais dress, sitting in a wicker pram ca. 1916
Photographic negative, Cliff Richard having some food, photographed by Harry Hammond, England, 1958
Offering container, sheet brass, Nepal, 19th century
Brass offering container, Nepal, 19th century
plate with food, 11; Plaster, painted, German, c1910
Matinee coat for a baby: cream coloured silk crepe, embroidered with flower motifs; UK, 1935-55
Pair of baby shoes, pale green ribbed silk, decorated with floral ribbon; made in England in 1881
Property basket for Widow Twankey, made up of a wicker basket containing various miscellaneous items, including mock "sausages", a "chop", "chicken leg" and "union flags", used by Alan Vicars, ca. 1980.
Bowl, yellow with an orange, blue and gold pattern and food painted inside, fifth step, part of a Japanese Girls' Festival set, Japanese, ca.1990
Banquet food from Gounod's opera, Romeo and Juliet, English National Opera, 1981, designed by Alix Stone. Two silver lurex fish on a papier-mache tray, with plastic prawns, plastic tomato and lemon skins filled with painted synthetic sponge, and fishcakes and asparagus of shaped and painted synthetic sponge.
'The Brown Bear', standing on all fours, facing to the left of the image. Wood-engraving print on paper. Illustration featured in 'A General History of Quadrupeds' (first published 1790). Engraved by Thomas Bewick. Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
'The Wombach'. A wombat viewed in profile, facing to the right of the image. Wood-engraving print on paper. First appeared in the fifth (1807) edition of 'A General History of Quadrupeds' (first published 1790). Engraved by Thomas Bewick. Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
'The Coendou' (or Canada Porcupine), viewed in profile, facing to the left of the image. Wood-engraving print on laid paper. Illustration featured in 'A General History of Quadrupeds' (first published 1790). Engraved by Thomas Bewick. Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Photograph by Walker Evans depicting a wooden figure of a woman with calabash on head, by the Senufo people in Ivory Coast, from a Museum of Modern Art exhibition entitled 'African Negro Art'. New York, 1935.
19thC, Topographical Album, Italy; Anon. Italy, Pistoia, Hospital, frieze, giving food to the hungry
Black and white photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson depicting groups of poverty-stricken people receiving a sugar ball on the birthday of the maharajah in Gujarat. India, 1948.
20thC; McCullin Don, New born baby waiting for food, 1970
20thC; McCullin Don,2 starving boys waiting for food,1970
20thC; McCullin Don, Biafran family waiting for food,1970
20thC; Oorthuys Cas, Honger Tocht, (Search for food)
'Ville De Paris'. Satirical illustration by 'ED' showing Jules Ferry in Ottoman costume, seated at a dining table laden with food. Hand-coloured lithograph, France, 1871.
Photograph by Walker Evans. 'Negroes in line-up for food at mealtime in camp for flood refugees'. Forrest City, Arkansas.
Anonymous, 'Au Cognelot, Sept-bre 1917' [At the Cognelot, Sept-ber 1917]. A women, a boy given some food to chickens in front of a farmhouse. Gelatin-silver print from French album 1917-1936.
Anonymous. Three men and a woman sitting around a table with food. Gelatin-silver print from French album 1928-1947.
'No beer. No food....', poster advertising the Museum of London
"What to Eat" Unknown designer. Poster for monthly publication on food and home economics. Eve-like figure gazine at apple. USA, ca, 1905.
White glazed earthenware potty, circular in shape, with curved sides and handle; made in the UK by Copeland & Co 1920-29
'Folies à la mode,' etching, One of a set of twelve numbered prints by Daniel Nicolaus Chodowiecki, Germany, 1788.
George Humphrey, etched by George Cruikshank. Peace and Plenty, or good News for John Bull!! May 25 1814, London. Hand-coloured etching
Colour lithograph poster issued for use in French colonial territory during the Second World War, encouraging people to plant, cultivate and harvest their own food.
Cup and saucer
Christmas sales leaflet advertising gift parcels of food for Britain. Colour process engraving designed by Simon Greco, and issued by the Overseas Associates Inc., America, ca.1951.
Poster by Henri Gustave Jossot
'Use Spades not Ships. Grow your own food And Supply Your Own Cookhouse'. Colour lithograph propoganda poster. Designed by Abram Games. Issued by the War Office during the Second World War. Great Britain. c.1941-45.
20th century gelatin silver print by Curtis Moffat depicting woman wearing spotty dress sitting at table holding food to mouth
Tex, China, woven. Hanging scroll of brocaded silk, China, late 17th century
One side of a pair of boots made of leather lined with woollen felt appliqué and embroidered, China, before 2000
One side of a pair of boots made of leather lined with woollen felt appliqué and embroidered, Shache, 19th century
One side of a pair of boots made of leather lined with woollen felt appliqué and embroidered, Shache, before 2000