3299 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Father Christmas sleigh, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England, 1946-1984
Moving carousel with cats, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England, 1946-1984
[Carousel with cats] A moving carousel with cats, detached from the green base.
[Base of carousel] The base of a moving carousel
Watercolour by Robert Hills depicting a country road leading from a wood with a man driving a flock of sheep. Great Britain, ca. 1790-1844.
Learning Thermostat by Nest Labs, California, USA, 2014
Poster, 'Save the Arctic. Stop Shell', digital print by Christian Uhlenfeldt for Greenpeace; Denmark, 2012
Poster made by Mobile Arts, advertising a Sheep Fair at Salisbury Arts Centre, 1983
Drawing of sheep by Thomas Sidney Cooper. Great Britain, 1886.
Sheet music cover for Le Cheval Volant depicting Mr Ducrow as Charles Second on his White Steed Bucephalus. Printed by Day & Haghe, 19th century
Tiger automaton with key made in France by Roullet- Decamps in the 1890s
Photograph depicting a wooden statuette of a deity standing on a tortoise whilst a serpent issues forth between his feet. Japan, 1730.
Photograph depicting milking goats at the Steinen glacier in Switzerland.
Book jacket for 'Texas Ranger' by Dane Coolidge, published by Skeffington. Great Britain, 1933.
Book jacket for 'Western Freight' by Luke Short. Great Britain, 1960.
Book jacket for 'Thirsty Range' by Nye Tredgold. Great Britain, 1949.
Book jacket for 'Luck is a Lady' by Countess Barcynska. Great Britain, 1945.
Book jacket for 'Alley-Cat' by Netta Muskett. Great Britain, 1937.
Book jacket for 'Elephant Brother' by C. T. Stoneham, published by Hutchinson. Great Britain, 1934.
Black and white plush unjointed panda in a standing position with arms raised. It is wearing a red and white polka dot skirt. The paw pads are white. The nose is black the mouth is red and the eyes orange and black plastic. It is filled with polyester beans.
Soft toy plush panda made by Anna Club Plush in 2002
Soft toy bear
Nylon plush bear wearing trousers and a hat, Smokey Bear, made in China by In Toys Ltd HK in about 2000
Red Scottie dog plastic handbag for a girl, c.1960s
Toy polar bear
Mohair polar bear made in Germany by Steiff in about 2000, two Steiff tags attached
Mohair panda made in Germany by Steiff in about 2000, tags still attached
Matchbox label for ‘Twins’ matches, Sattur, India, 20th century
Matchbox label depicting an elephant, Pavalamlaipatti, India, 20th century
Cake slice, silver, moon kite and floral design, handle of water buffalo horn, Kelantan, Malaysia, ca. 2011
Yellow nylon plush Pudsey Bear made in China for Asda in 2003
Moon shawl, Kashmir, ca.1800
Handbill advertising a 'Black Tyger' (or Tiger), from Bengal, to be seen at 62 Pall Mall, London, dated in pencil, Tuesday 1 July 1817.
Dress, paper printed with a photographic portrait of a face, designed by Travis Hutchinson, New York, 2008
Coat, F, mink fur, by Christian Dior, France, ca. 1980.
Boar, glove puppet designed by Elizabeth Waghorn and carved by Beverley Coleclough and Nicola Howard-Jones for the Polka Theatre in 1969 for the Troy production. Written and directed by Richard Gill. A set of two boars are used by Circe to transform sailors into swine.
Glove puppet cat, in orange velveteen, part of a set of three entitled The Ballet of Cats. Made by Peggy Tearle for performances by Richard Gill, early 1980s.
Woodcut illustration, probably originally cut from a circus playbill, showing a line of ten horses with an equestrian balanced on the backs of the two horses in the centre of the line, ca.1830.
Illustration, probably cut from a circus playbill, showing a galloping horse with a large globe on its back, ca.1830
Design for a wallpaper, with pattern of African animals (zebras, elephants, lions) in black on white, by John R. Brown, 1970s.
Print, Screenprint, 'After Goya' by Brian Adam Douglas, New York, 2011.
Print, animal card (a crocodile), by Danuta Laskowska (DA-LA), London, 20th century.
Print, animal card (a crocodile) , by Danuta Laskowska (DA-LA), London, 20th century.
Sketched caricature depicting Phyllis Shand as Little Bo Peep with a sheep sitting beside her, the sheep has the face of a man.
vate view invitation, 'Patrick Hughes Perfectspective', Flowers Gallery, London, 2010.
Soft toy cat
Drawing by Robert Hills depicting two wild boars in a wood. Great Britain, 1826.
Bristle clothes brush, Parkins and Gotto, England, 1892
Bristle hair brush, Parkins and Gotto, England, 1892
Horn comb, Parkins and Gotto, England, 1892
Hunting horn, hunting scene with human figures, winged lions, lions, boars, deer etc. Fictile ivory of a 12th? century German/Scandinavian? ivory, location of the original is unknown.
Horn, row of figures with several naked men, one holds a bird in one hand, one carries a deer on his shoulder, also showns are two lions, two winged beasts and two stags. Fictile ivory of a 10th century German ivory, location of the original is unknown.
Soft toys, Ivy and Brumas polar bears, made by Dean's Rag Book Company, England, 1950-1955.
Gilt metal cuticle stick with a tortoiseshell handle, made by Asprey plc, London, ca. 1950
Tortoiseshell brush with bristles, made by Asprey plc, London, ca. 1950
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
Ebony brush with bristles, Mappin & Webb, Great Britain, 1937
Ring, men's, silver skull with horns, Jean-Paul Gaultier, France, ca. 1995.
Crayon drawing on brown paper entitled 'Leopard' by John Macallan Swan. Great Britain, ca. late 19th century.
Jewellery design for dog collar with hanging pendant by Auguste Pageot
Sculpture, fibre-glass, one of three toy panda figures, 'Angry', from 'Hi, Panda' series, Ji Ji, Shanghai, 2007.
Sculpture, fibre-glass, one of three toy panda figures, 'Smiley', from 'Hi, Panda' series, Ji Ji, Shanghai, 2007.
Pashmina shawl, Kashmir, ca. late 19th century.
'Hare's foot' powder applicator
Watercolour, attributed to Nicholas Pocock, depicting children and goats. Britain, late 18th century-early 19th century.
Poster advertising the music group Wild Horses at Locarno Ballroom, Bristol, 1980
Poster advertising the music group The Sheep appearing in Lonesome Stone at Rainbow Theatre, London, 1973
Poster advertising The Boy Who Talked to Whales
Poster advertising The Lovebirds
Poster advertising of the arrival of Robert Brothers' Circus and Menagerie in Norwich
Hanging card advertising Bertram Mills' Circus and Menagerie, featuring Cossmy's Polar and Brown Bears, Bedford 1931
Sculpture, fibre-glass, one of three toy panda figures, 'Bruised', from 'Hi, Panda' series, Ji Ji, Shanghai, 2007.
Greetings card, Christmas card by Humphrey Ocean for Dulwich Picture Gallery, Britain, 2007.
Isaac van Amburgh (1808-1865) in a cage with lions, tigers and leopards. Colour print after Edwin Henry Landseer, c.1839
Poster, 'The Panda man film party', created for the Shanghai International Film Festival, 2004.
Beige plush lion cub, in a seated position with brown plastic eyes and with a head that swivels through 360 degrees, manufactured in the early 1930's.
Photograph, black and white, 'Alytus, 1974', No.50, Aleksandras Macijauskus.