69 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 68 are shown here).
'Johnny Seven O.M.A. [One Man Army] Gun', plastic and metal, Deluxe-Topper Ltd, England, 1960s
[gun body] 'Johnny Seven O.M.A. [One Man Army] gun body, plastic and metal, Deluxe- Topper Ltd., England, 1960s
cat; Shell & composition, English, Brighton, c1920
bird; Shell & composition, English, Brighton, c1920
A cameo cut into a black helmet shell portraying Hebe feeding the eagle of Zeus produced in France in the mid nineteenth century
Fragment of a shell casing from a German bomb (probably an incendiary device) which fell on the Prince's Theatre, 1944, Richard V Hughes Bequest
'You Can Be Sure Of Shell'; Small poster show-card for Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd.; Colour lithograph; Design by Peter Boswell; Great Britain; c.1935.
'Photographers Prefer Shell'. Colour offset lithograph poster showing a colour photograph of equipment used in the printing of photographs. Part of the 'You Can Be Sure Of Shell' poster series. Image by Curtis Moffat. Issued by Shell-Mex and B. P. Ltd., Great Britain, 1934.
'Gardeners Prefer Shell'. Colour lithograph poster advertising Shell Motor Spirit. Designed by Sir Cedric Lockwood Morris and issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., Great Britain, 1934.
Design drawing by Edward McKnight Kauffer for Shell-Mex BP, 1934
Winter Shell. Poster advertising Shell Motor Spirit, design by Edgar Ainsworth, issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., Great Britain, 1933.
Proof of a First World War poster depicting a soldier recoiling from a shell explosion; Lithograph; By Sir Frank Brangwyn; Great Britain; c.1914-1918.
'Scientists Prefer Shell'. Colour lithograph poster with a stylised representation of two chemical vessels on a chemical bench. Designed by Tom Eckersley (OBE) and Eric Lombers. Issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd. Great Britain. 1936.
Denton Welch. Hadlow Castle, Kent. Poster for Shell Motor Spirit. Mid-1930s.
Richard Wyndham. Uppark, Petersfield. Poster for Shell Motor Spirit, mid-1930s.
'These Men [Firemen] Use Shell'; Poster; Colour lithograph; Signed; By Ian Brinkworth; Issued by Shell-Mex and B.P.Ltd.; Great Britain; 1938.
Derrick Sayer. These Men Use Shell. 1930s.
Carel Weight. Haldon Beldevere near Exeter. Poster for Shell Motor Spirit. Mid-1930s.
'Butterfly & Globe'. 'Summer Shell on sale until next October'. Colour lithograph poster designed by Cedric Lockwood Morris and issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., Great Britain, 1938.
Shells. Poster (one of twelve) forming a series of Shell Nature Studies. Colour offset lithograph and letterpress print. Design by Tristram Hillier. Issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., Great Britain, 1956.
'February'. One of a series of 12 posters of Shell Guides to trees each month; colour offset lithograph and letterpress designed by Stanley Roy Badmin and issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., 1957.
'November'. One of a series of 12 posters of Shell Guides to trees each month. Colour offset lithograph and letterpress; Signed, designed by Stanley Roy Badmin and issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd., 1957.
'December'. One of a series of 12 posters of Shell Guides to trees each month. Colour offset lithograph and letterpress, designed by Stanley Roy Badmin and issued by Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd, 1957.
'Summer Shell. May to October'. Colour lithograph poster designed by Edward McKnight Kauffer and issued by Shell Mex and B.P. Ltd., Great Britain, 1939.
Pleated fan with shell, China, before 1956
Bowl made of palm leaves and ornamented with glass and shells.; Domestic, palm leaf shell glass, Borneo, C19
Bronze, FRENCH; early 16th century.Cast with reliefs of Salome and Herod with the head of the Baptist, the Christ child, St James in Cockle shell, a warrior in Renaissance armour and the head of Augustus.; Base metal
Armchair. ‘Bicia’ designed by Carlo Bartoli, Born 1931. Italy. Designed 1968-9 and manufactured by Arflex, Milan, Italy.
Box and lid
Silver Gelatin print by Curtis Moffat depicting 3 white model horses with 4 various shells, on a white background. Some pink colouring around 2 of the shells. Version of E.3568-2007.C.1930.
WWI postcard, 'Shells Passing up the Guns by Horse Carrier'.
Boxed set of Cowrie shells for use with card games, produced by Chad Valley, England, in the 1930's.
Shell cameo, English 2nd half of the 19th century.
Design drawing by Edward McKnight Kauffer for Shell Mex and B.P. Ltd. in 1934
Design drawing by Edward McKnight Kauffer for Shell Mex and B.P. Ltd. in 1935
Design drawing by Edward McKnight Kauffer for Shell Mex and B.P. Ltd. in 1933
Freeform, organic, streamlined component, possibly a study for a door handle
A small cast bronze Japanese standing mortar (cannon) screwed to a wooden bed at a 45 degree angle, with two raised kanji 'akki', probably mid to late 19th century
Cast iron shell sword guard, decorated with military scenes and costumes from ca. 1720, probably 19th century
Shell cameo depicting a personification of winter, Italian, ca. 1700
Printed cotton, pale grey ground with a sparse pattern of white scallop shells; there is one complete shell and three partial shells.
Design for a rug, showing a quarter section with an arrangement of different shells, with sketch for same design on the back
card box printed in colours to show the title, maker's details and illustrations
contains gun emplacement with 2 firing guns and shells, 4 armoured vehicles and over 80 military figures, moulded plastic
Design: plastic moulded to increase in depth towards the top end, with spring channel at the centre bottom and various holes and channels for the balls to pass through; metal base is flat except across centre where a `hill' is formed bearing the points numbers.
Tex, Japan, resist-dyed. Length of cotton mounted as a hanging scroll, Japan, early 20th century
Proof illustration for a magazine by WH Rogers