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Accounting Gallery

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Choose from 24 pictures in our Accounting collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Bishop Hill: Accounting Desk, c. 1938. Creator: William Spiecker
Bishop Hill: Accounting Desk, c. 1938. Creator: William Spiecker
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Receipt signed by Fats Waller, March 1, 1937. Creator: Unknown
Receipt signed by Fats Waller, March 1, 1937. Creator: Unknown
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The Collector, 1777, published 1786. Creator: Bernhard Schreuder
The Collector, 1777, published 1786. Creator: Bernhard Schreuder
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Account Book (Le livre de comptes). Creator: Alphonse Legros
Account Book (Le livre de comptes). Creator: Alphonse Legros
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Safe Money, 1898 or later. Creator: Victor Dubreuil
Safe Money, 1898 or later. Creator: Victor Dubreuil
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The Industrious Prentice a Favorite, and Entrusted by his Master: Industry
The Industrious Prentice a Favorite, and Entrusted by his Master: Industry
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Jan Uytenbogaert (The Gold Weigher), 1639. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Jan Uytenbogaert (The Gold Weigher), 1639. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
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Ancient ceremony of Chopping Sticks, and Counting Horse-shoes and Hob-nails...1844
Ancient ceremony of Chopping Sticks, and Counting Horse-shoes and Hob-nails...1844
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États-Unis d'Amerique 1865 - 7th Regt. of New-York, 1865. Creator: Draner
États-Unis d'Amerique 1865 - 7th Regt. of New-York, 1865. Creator: Draner
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The Secret-Office, at the General Post Office, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Secret-Office, at the General Post Office, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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A Money Scrivener, January 1, 1801., January 1, 1801. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
A Money Scrivener, January 1, 1801., January 1, 1801. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
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La Comptabilite, 1903. Creator: Unknown
La Comptabilite, 1903. Creator: Unknown
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Ancient ceremony of Chopping Sticks, and Counting Horse-shoes and Hob-nails...1844 Featured Image

Ancient ceremony of Chopping Sticks, and Counting Horse-shoes and Hob-nails...1844

Ancient ceremony of Chopping Sticks, and Counting Horse-shoes and Hob-nails, in the Court of the Exchequer, 1844. London aldermen performing a traditional custom: ...an officer of the Court handed to him a bill-hook; the officer then took a small bundle of sticks...whilst the Alderman struck it and cut it asunder. The bill-hook was then exchanged for a small hatchet, and a similar bundle of sticks cut in like manner...the Alderman, having first counted certain horseshoes placed upon a table, and declared their number, a tray was handed to him containing a number of hob-nails, which he also counted...The senior Alderman, in fact, does suit and service for the tenants of a manor in Shropshire, by chopping the sticks in token of its having been customary for the tenants of that manor to supply their lord with fuel. The counting of the horse-shoes and nails is another suit and service of the owners of a forge in the parish of St. Clement...'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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I do thee no wrong, didst not thou agree with me for a penny, 19th century. Creator: W Holl
I do thee no wrong, didst not thou agree with me for a penny, 19th century. Creator: W Holl
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The industrious apprentice a favourite ..., plate IV of Industry and Idleness, 1747
The industrious apprentice a favourite ..., plate IV of Industry and Idleness, 1747
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Something Wrong Somewhere, c1850. Artist: Charles Green
Something Wrong Somewhere, c1850. Artist: Charles Green
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Making Up Accounts, c1887, (1901). Artist: Mortimer L Menpes
Making Up Accounts, c1887, (1901). Artist: Mortimer L Menpes
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Carlos Roloff, (1842-1907), 1920s
Carlos Roloff, (1842-1907), 1920s
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Settling accounts among the militiamen, 1896. Artist: Gregory & Co
Settling accounts among the militiamen, 1896. Artist: Gregory & Co
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Slavery accounts, 1698-1701 (1965)
Slavery accounts, 1698-1701 (1965)
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Facsimile from the book of accounts of the Coopers Company, 1576, (1893)
Facsimile from the book of accounts of the Coopers Company, 1576, (1893)
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The Tax Collectors, between 1490 and 1567. Artist: Marinus van Reymerswaele
The Tax Collectors, between 1490 and 1567. Artist: Marinus van Reymerswaele
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Egyptian monthly accounts from the archive of a temple
Egyptian monthly accounts from the archive of a temple
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The Senator, 19th century
The Senator, 19th century
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Looking into the Accounts, 1861
Looking into the Accounts, 1861
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Looking into the Accounts, 1861 Featured Image

Looking into the Accounts, 1861

Looking into the Accounts, 1861. Mr Bull, the representative of the British people, hangs up his coat and hat, ready for a long stint of checking the nation's finances. Mr Gladstone, perched uncomfortably on a high stool, rather like the descriptions of Dickens's Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol, with a quill behind his ear, is caught in the act of closing the ledger marked Income Tax'. John Bull is encouraging Gladstone to take a short break so he can have a look at the ledger. This relates to a debate in the House of Commons when the Conservative MP for Buckinghamshire proposed a motion for a Select Committee to sit in judgment on Income Tax and assess if it could not be more equitably levied. Gladstone strongly opposed such a suggestion, but eventually the government was defeated by four votes. Punch goes on to say that Mr John Bull, like a sensible commercial man, resolves to make his clerk Gladstone take a holiday, and meantime Mr Bull means to examine his books for himself'. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 2, 1861

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