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Book jacket for 'Smooth Killing' by W. H. Land Drauford. Great Britain, 1949.
Book jacket for 'Cupboard Love' by Mrs Stanley Wrench. Great Britain, 1936.
Ronnie Barker's paper book of facial hair pieces, with some labelling of characters and shows. Includes facial hair for characters such as Arkwright in Open All Hours and Evans in The Magnificent Evans.
Costume design by Mark Thompson for Ferrets and Stoats in Alan Bennett's play The Wind in the Willows, National Theatre, 1990. Pen and ink, watercolour, crayon and silver paint
Letter, handwritten, from E.W. Tomlinson to William Harrison, accompanying a pair of razors, Christmas, 1856.
Carcicature drawing of William Archer, by Max Beerbohm, showing Archer as a mermaid, dated 20th January 1899.
man riding a bullock; Wood, Indian
Mask, full-face, depicting a 'Colonel Blimp' type man with bald head and moustache and pierced at the sides with red and yellow striped strings, 1920-1939
Marionette from the Gair Wilkinson troupe, of Lord Dryasdust with painted black hair, goatee beard and moustache, wearing knee-length boots, armour and a yellow and black striped sirt and wielding a rapier. Stringed, with the original control bars.
19thC, Family Album, c. 1880s, Jackson family of York ? (see gravestones in :50 - :54); Anon. Portrait of a man, bust length, facing camera, eyes looking sharply to his left, beard and moustache
'Il espérait pourtant!!......' Satirical illustration showing a man with a moustache, standing behind barricades and leaning on a rifle. Hand-coloured lithograph, France, 1871.
Pair of razors
Pair of steel razors with ivory scales, manufactured by William Revitt, Sheffield, ca. 1850.
Etching from a volume of plates by Odoardo Fialetti (1573-1638) depicting parts of the male figure, titled 'Il vero modo et ordine per Dissegnar tutte le Parti et Membra del Corpo Humano'. Plate showing three busts of men, two bearded and one with a moustache, numbered '10'. Published by Justus Sadeler, Venice, 1608.
Pencil drawing of an elderly man with a large moustache, shown bust length. Great Britain, 1926.
Valentine. Comic subject depicting a soldier, with a satirical verse. Articulated. English, c.1870
Print showing an unidentified old man with long hair and moustache. Mezzotint attributed to Samuel William Reynolds, possibly after Sir Joshua Reynolds.
20th century gelatin silver print by Curtis Moffat depicting man with moustache lying on grass in walled garden
20th century gelatin silver print by Curtis Moffat depicting man with moustache indoors
20th century gelatin silver print by Curtis Moffat depicting darkhaired woman sitting in deckchair holding puppy dog ext to darkhaired man with moustache
20th century gelatin silver print by Curtis Moffat depicting man with moustache and hat man wearing suit and two young boys wearing ties standing under stone arch
Met, Japan, armour and helmets
Brahma, Sculpture, brass, Deccan? 1825-1875.
Fragmentary head of a Bodhisattva, carved schist
Bust, terracotta, portrait of a young man, a member of the Capponi family, Italy, Florence, ca. 1530
Relief, bust, man.
Head of a Jesuit Saint. Andalusia, ca. 1650-1700.
Film poster, 'The Legend of Baghat Singh', colour lithograph showing Baghat Singh with moustache and hat, against a red and black flag, India, 2002
Rod puppet, undressed, of a middle-aged man with a reddish-brown bushy beard. Czech, ca.1930
Rod puppet, undressed, of a middle-aged man with a curling brown moustache. Czech, ca.1930
Rod puppet, undressed, of a man with a black moustache. Czech, ca.1930
Marionette of the Indian mythological character Naika. Indian, ca.1965, made to a traditional design
Black and white photograph of a man in a bowler hat and circular glasses with a moustache.
False moustache worn by Stanley Holloway for the 'Albert and the Lion' monologue, mid 20th century.
False moustache worn by Stanley Holloway for the 'Old Sam' monologues, mid 20th century.
False grey moustache worn by Felix Aylmer
Moustache of greying red false hair in two pieces worn by Felix Aylmer
Frieze of male figures,grey schist, 1st Century AD, Gandhara.
Mechanical toy scissor grinder
Postcard of a man feigning illness in a woman's bed; German; ca. 1909
Half mask with beard
Half mask (beard & moustache); European, 1920-32
Mechanical walking man; push along toy
Mechanical Walking Man; English; 1994
Head of a man. Northern Italian, ca. 1100-25.
Moustache spoon, silver, made by John Round & Son Ltd. 1904-1905; England
Half mask to cover the nose and top lip for an unknown production at the Unity Theatre. Possibly made by Barbara Niven, painter and partner of the designer Ern Brooks, mid 20th century.