Search the Collections

Search Results (2876 items found)

Photographic Print

c1885 This photographic print is in the {g:Carte de visite}carte de visite{/g} format. It shows a young boy seated on fur and holding a basket of flowers. The photograph was produced by the studio of C.J.A. Davies of West Street, Brighton.

Photographic Print

c1900 This is a photographic print of the Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery Volunteers. The photograph was taken at Newhaven Camp, East Sussex. It marks the visit by Major General Slade, the Inspector General of Artillery. This photographic print was made JW Jack

Photographic Print

This photographic print was made by the photographer A.H. Fry. It is a group portrait of thirteen officers of the 1st Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery Volunteers. This was a military unit based in Brighton. Like units of the modern Territorial Army, it was

Photographic Print

c1900 Monochrome photographic print showing a young girl posed by a toy wooden horse. Photograph appears to have been taken in family garden, as picket fence can be seen in the background.

Photographic Print

Photograph: carte de visite format. Monochrome carte de visite photographic print portrait of a young girl in a checkered dress. Made at George Ruff's studio in Queen's Road, Brighton.

Photographic Print

Photograph: carte de visite format. Monochrome carte de visite photographic print portrait of a young girl in a dark dress. Taken at Hennah & Kent's studio in 108 King's Road, Brighton.

Gas Oven

1900 This cast iron gas oven was made by Arden Hill & Co. in Birmingham in 1900. A plaque on the front of the oven door details the oven was the property of the Brighton and Hove General Gas Company, No. 11121.

Cream Can

c1900 This is a cream can made of sheet iron. It has a brass screw lid attached to the can by a brass chain. On the front of the can is a brass oval plaque embossed, 'Cream'. The can was made in c1900.

Tin

c1900 This is a metal wages tin from London Brighton and South Coast Railway, made c1900. On the top of the lid is a bronze plaque engraved with the number '2331'.

Button

c1900 This is a circular metal uniform button for London Brighton & South Coast Railway. The button is silver in colour with 'LB&SC Railway' embossed on the front, within a laurel wreath. The button was made c1900.

« prev | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | next »