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Costume design by Voytek for Patrick Allen as the Captain in August Strindberg's The Father, Greenwich Theatre Company, Greenwich Theatre, 1977
Set design by Voytek for George Bernard Shaw's Captain Brassbound's Conversion, Old Vic Company, Old Vic, 1951
Costume design by Voytek for Douglas Campbell as the Cadi of Kintafi in George Bernard Shaw's Captain Brassbound's Conversion, Old Vic Company, Old Vic, 1951
Suede leather belt worn by the actress Jean Forbes Robertson (1905-1962) in the title role of Peter Pan by J.M.Barrie (1860-1937), ca.1927
Photograph of Eileen Moxon (1910-1990) and her daughter Judy (b.1932) performing their foot-juggling act as Levanda and Van when working with Kayes Brothers' Circus, 1948. Photograph by Captain A.E. Middleton, Maidencombe, Devon. Given by Judy Moxon.
Poster advertising Bertram Mills' Circus, Olympia, 1956. Colour lithograph. Given by John Bates Esq.
Set of soldiers and military vehicles
Costume design by Nick Ormerod for Sea Captain in Cheek by Jowl's Twelfth Night, 1986
Photograph depicting carved wooden lattices from the Madras Exhibition of 1857, in India. Photographed by Captain L. Tripe
Book jacket for 'Murder in the Air' by Captain A. O. Pollard. Great Britain, 1937.
Book jacket for 'The Secret of Castle Voxzel' by Captain A. O. Pollard. Great Britain, 1935.
Print 'Mr King as Captain Bobadil in Every Man in his Humour', engraving by Terry, published by Harrison & Co, London, 1780, Harry Beard Collection
Print entitled 'Panoramic View Of The Southern Coast Of The Crimea. From Cape Meganom to Kaffa', after a drawing by Captain W. H. Parker from a volume of plates (13) entitled 'A Series Of Sketches In The Black Sea', lithographed and published by the Dickinson Bros. Great Britain, ca. 1853.
Print depicting Mr Lovergrove as Captain Rattan, published by C. Chapple, London, 2nd September 1816, Harry Beard Collection
Print, 'Mr Gomersal as Captain Rolando', London, ca. 19th century, Harry Beard Collection
Print depicting Mr Lee Lewes as Captain Bobadil in Every Man in his Humour, published by William Jones, late 18th century. Harry Beard Collection
Unmade paper model in book form depicting Le Château de Moulinsart, designed by Herge, published by King & Quarton, 1987
Print 'Mr Incledon as Capt. Macheath in The Beggar's Opera', published by Duncombe, London, ca. 1820, Harry Beard Collection
Watercolour by Julius Caesar Ibbetson, 'The Landing of the Remains of the Honourable Col. Cathcart for interment at Anger(e) Point in the Island of Java'. Formerly ascribed to John Webber, RA, and called 'An Incident in Captain's Cook's Voyages'.
Poster advertising the Bootles' Baby Company at the Duchess Theatre, Balham, 11 June 1900. Colour lithograph printed by Stafford & Company, Netherfield, Nottingham
Oil painting of Maud Cattley as a baby, by Gilbert Cattley, probably 1905 - 1915, in later gold-coloured frame and oval mount.
Series of colour prints, from Gay Way Nursery Rhyme Pictures, edited by E R Boyce, published by Macmillan & Co. Ltd. in England, c 1950
Design from an album of costumes designs by Attilio Comelli (1858-1925), created for a production of Babes in the Wood at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in 1897.
Silhouette on plaster depicting a gentleman, probably painted by John Miers at Leeds. Great Britain, ca. 1780-1788. (This museum number has been crossed out in the PDP catalogue?)
Page featuring pencil sketches by Gladys Calthrop for a production of Twelfth Night at the Civic Repertory Theatre in New York, 1926, Gladys Calthrop Design Collection.
Watercolour drawing entitled 'Dew' by John Charles Dollman (1851-1934). Great Britain.
Watercolour drawing entitled 'The Cloud' by John Charles Dollman (1851-1934). Great Britain.
Watercolour drawing entitled 'Mongouldi, Portugal' by Sir George Bulteel Fisher. British School, 1806.
Poster advertising The Oxford Playhouse production of Peril at End House by Agatha Christie, with Ronald Barker as 'Hercule Poirot'.
Corgi Toys model car, Mercedes Benz 600 Pullman 247, Mettoy Playcraft Ltd, Swansea, 1964
Pen-and-ink drawing of an entrance to a building (Sawrey Post Office). A large proportion of the drawing is completed in watercolour: the stone frame of the door with a semi-circular design above the door between two pillars, the many orange tiger-lilies depicted to each side of the entrance. The figures inside the doorway are only faintly sketched in in pencil, as is the approaching path.
Carte-de-visite, 'Captain Burton', by Elliott & Fry, London, ca. 1870
Photograph of a silhouette, gelatin silver print, 'Capt. Roger Frederick, later 43c [?]'. from E. & J. Baldwin album, Bath, ca. 1880.
Photograph of a silhouette, gelatin silver print, 'Arthur Fellowes, aftrds. Capt. 3rd Surrey', from E. & J. Baldwin album, Bath, ca. 1880.
Print depicting Mr Gallott as Lambro, Captain of Greek Pirates, in New Don Juan. Published by Dyer Senior, London. 6th March 1828.
Pencil, pen and ink, and wash drawing of Napoleon after death by Captain Frederick Marryat. Great Britain, ca. 1821.
Watercolour entitled 'Coast Scene near Scarborough' by the Reverend John Louis Petit. Great Britain, ca. mid 19th century.
Portrait, possibly of Mr Woodward as Captain Bobadil in Ben Jonson's Every Man in his Humour as performed at Drury Lane on 29th November 1751.
Costume design by James Whale, Captain Brassbound's Conversion, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 1921