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Monochrome Postcards Sports Brighton Football Champions 1910 1911 Brighton & Hove Albion
c1911 This is a photograph of Charles Thomas-Stanford in Arab dress taken in 1911. Charles visited Algeria in 1911 and published a record of his observations a year later in About Algeria, this photograph provided the frontispiece to the book.
1911 This is a photographic print copy of the Carolian Commemorative Pilgrim visit to Preston Manor in 1911. The print shows the group seated in the gardens at Preston Manor. The ladies wearing very fine hats.
1911 Postcard showing coronation day for King George V in Brighton.
1911 This is a white paper programme with purple printed text and images. It is an official programme from the County Borough of Brighton for the Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary on 22nd and 23rd June, 1911. On the front cover of the programme are ph
1911 Pink catalogue with black handrawn design of girl holding candles with a boarder of holly. Black handwritten text Yootha Rose Retrospective 1911 - 1975 Tuesday Dec 2nd to Sunday Jan 4th Royal Pavilion and Art Gallery and Museum.
1911 This is a paper invoice to Colonel J Hill of 14 Royal Crescent dated January 5th 1911 from 'Jay's, The County Jewellers' of 55 King's Road, Brighton. The invoice is for 'To Pair Silver Hove Stretchers' for the cost of seven shillings and six pence. Near t
Pink catalogue with black handrawn design of girl holding candles with a boarder of holly. Black handwritten text Yootha Rose Retrospective 1911 - 1975 Tuesday Dec 2nd to Sunday Jan 4th Royal Pavilion and Art Gallery and Museum.
1911 This medal is part of a set of six awarded to F. Wilkinson. It is a 1911 Delhi Durbar Medal. This was awarded to those soldiers who took part in the pomp and ceremony of The Delhi Durbar held on 12th December 1911 before an assembly of about 80,000 select
This painting by Douglas Fox Pitt shows rows of beds beneath the multicoloured dome and chandelier. Douglas Fox Pitt lived in Brighton between 1911 and 1918 and may have worked with his friend and fellow painter Walter Sickert there.