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Derby Collection

Background imageDerby Collection: The Princes Second Derby, 1900: Diamond Jubilee first past the post, (1901). Creator: Unknown

The Princes Second Derby, 1900: Diamond Jubilee first past the post, (1901). Creator: Unknown
The Princes Second Derby, 1900: Diamond Jubilee first past the post, (1901). Thoroughbred race horse owned by the Prince of Wales winning the Derby at Epsom racecourse in Surrey

Background imageDerby Collection: Spearmint, c1905 (c1910)

Spearmint, c1905 (c1910). Spearmint (1903-1924) was a British thoroughbred racehorse and a sire owned by Major Eustace Loder (1867-1914)

Background imageDerby Collection: The Start for the Derby - from a photograph by Mr. Herbert Watkins, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Start for the Derby - from a photograph by Mr. Herbert Watkins, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Start for the Derby - from a photograph by Mr. Herbert Watkins, 1864. 'It is a singular Turf anomaly that the greatest race in the world should be run over perhaps the worst

Background imageDerby Collection: Kisber (Winner of the Derby); Enguerrande and Camelia (Runners of the Dead-Heat for the Oaks)

Kisber (Winner of the Derby); Enguerrande and Camelia (Runners of the Dead-Heat for the Oaks), 1876. Creator: Unknown
Kisber (Winner of the Derby); Enguerrande and Camelia (Runners of the Dead-Heat for the Oaks), 1876....the greatest racing prize of the year has fallen to a Hungarian

Background imageDerby Collection: Epsom Races: The Winner, after the Race, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Epsom Races: The Winner, after the Race, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Epsom Races: The Winner, after the Race, 1856. Horses, owners and jockeys. Fly-by-Night was in considerable demand. At first 15 to 1 was booked about him to several hundred pounds

Background imageDerby Collection: Epsom Races: 'Going to the Derby', 1856. Creator: Unknown. Epsom Races: 'Going to the Derby', 1856

Epsom Races: "Going to the Derby", 1856. Creator: Unknown. Epsom Races: "Going to the Derby", 1856
Epsom Races: "Going to the Derby", 1856. Travelling to the famous horserace in Surrey. Notwithstanding the many inducements which the railway presents to visitors eager to reach the scene

Background imageDerby Collection: Derby Day, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown

Derby Day, 1946, 1947. Creator: Unknown
Derby Day, 1946, 1947. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with daughter Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) arriving at the Epsom races

Background imageDerby Collection: The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K. G. c1860, (c1884

The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K. G. c1860, (c1884
The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K.G. c1860, (c1884). Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (1799-1869)

Background imageDerby Collection: The Princes First Derby, 1896: His Royal Highness leading Persimmon, (1901). Creator: Unknown

The Princes First Derby, 1896: His Royal Highness leading Persimmon, (1901). Creator: Unknown
The Princes First Derby, 1896: His Royal Highness leading Persimmon into the weighing enclosure at Epsom after the race, (1901). The Prince of Wales leads his horse as spectators cheer

Background imageDerby Collection: A Rude Design for a Grand Historical Picture of The Death of Caesar, 1836. Creator: John Doyle

A Rude Design for a Grand Historical Picture of The Death of Caesar, 1836. Creator: John Doyle
A Rude Design for a Grand Historical Picture of The Death of Caesar, 1836. Satire of British politics, with politicians in a scene from " Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare

Background imageDerby Collection: The Australian Derby: The Race for the Melbourne Cup; The Lawn, 1888. Creator: Unknown

The Australian Derby: The Race for the Melbourne Cup; The Lawn, 1888. Creator: Unknown
The Australian Derby: The Race for the Melbourne Cup; The Lawn, 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 38. July to December, 1888

Background imageDerby Collection: Blind Cyclists on their way from London to Derby; (the steerer of each machine could see), 1888

Blind Cyclists on their way from London to Derby; (the steerer of each machine could see), 1888. Creator: Unknown
Blind Cyclists on their way from London to Derby; (the steerer of each machine could see), 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 38. July to December, 1888

Background imageDerby Collection: The Australian Derby: The Race for the Melbourne Cup; In the Carriage Paddock--An Exciting Finish

The Australian Derby: The Race for the Melbourne Cup; In the Carriage Paddock--An Exciting Finish Creator: Unknown
The Australian Derby: The Race for the Melbourne Cup; In the Carriage Paddock--An Exciting Finish, 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 38. July to December, 1888

Background imageDerby Collection: John Milton, Derby, 1811 / 48. Creator: Bloor Derby Porcelain Manufactory

John Milton, Derby, 1811 / 48. Creator: Bloor Derby Porcelain Manufactory
John Milton, Derby, 1811/48

Background imageDerby Collection: Allegorical Figure of Europe, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory

Allegorical Figure of Europe, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory
Allegorical Figure of Europe, Derby, 1770/80

Background imageDerby Collection: Flower Holder, Derby, c. 1790. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Flower Holder, Derby, c. 1790. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Flower Holder, Derby, c. 1790

Background imageDerby Collection: Lovers and Jester, Derby, c. 1765. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Lovers and Jester, Derby, c. 1765. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Lovers and Jester, Derby, c. 1765

Background imageDerby Collection: Sugar Bowl, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Sugar Bowl, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Sugar Bowl, Derby, 1780/95

Background imageDerby Collection: Creamer, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Creamer, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Creamer, Derby, 1780/95

Background imageDerby Collection: Cup and Saucer, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Cup and Saucer, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Cup and Saucer, Derby, 1780/95

Background imageDerby Collection: Coffee Pot, Derby, 1765 / 70. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Coffee Pot, Derby, 1765 / 70. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Coffee Pot, Derby, 1765/70

Background imageDerby Collection: Street Seller, Derby, c. 1765. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Street Seller, Derby, c. 1765. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Street Seller, Derby, c. 1765

Background imageDerby Collection: Dish, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Dish, Derby, 1780 / 95. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Dish, Derby, 1780/95

Background imageDerby Collection: Sauceboat, Derby, 1760 / 70. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Sauceboat, Derby, 1760 / 70. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Sauceboat, Derby, 1760/70

Background imageDerby Collection: Allegorical Figure of America, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory

Allegorical Figure of America, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory
Allegorical Figure of America, Derby, 1770/80

Background imageDerby Collection: Allegorical Figure of Asia, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England

Allegorical Figure of Asia, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory England
Allegorical Figure of Asia, Derby, 1770/80

Background imageDerby Collection: Allegorical Figure of Africa, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory

Allegorical Figure of Africa, Derby, 1770 / 80. Creator: Derby Porcelain Manufactory
Allegorical Figure of Africa, Derby, 1770/80

Background imageDerby Collection: Miss Elizabeth Farren, Countess of Derby, 1792. 1792. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi

Miss Elizabeth Farren, Countess of Derby, 1792. 1792. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
Miss Elizabeth Farren, Countess of Derby, 1792

Background imageDerby Collection: Lord Stanley, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Lord Stanley, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Lord Stanley, 1844. Portrait of British politician Edward Geoffrey Smith Stanley, Lord Stanley...the eldest son of the thirteenth Earl of Derby

Background imageDerby Collection: Colonel Peels 'Orlando', the winner of the Derby, drawn by J. F. Herring Sen

Colonel Peels "Orlando", the winner of the Derby, drawn by J. F. Herring Sen
Colonel Peels " Orlando", the winner of the Derby, drawn by J.F. Herring Sen. Esq. 1844. Horse belonging to Conservative politician and racehorse owner Jonathan Peel

Background imageDerby Collection: The Derby - Tattenham Corner, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

The Derby - Tattenham Corner, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
The Derby-Tattenham Corner, 1872. A horse falls at Tattenham Corner, a sharp bend in the track on Epsom Racecourse. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold

Background imageDerby Collection: Military Rough-Riders Breaking an Unruly Animal, 1833. Creator: John Doyle

Military Rough-Riders Breaking an Unruly Animal, 1833. Creator: John Doyle
Military Rough-Riders Breaking an Unruly Animal, 1833. Chief Secretary for Ireland Edward Stanley, Prime Minister Charles Grey

Background imageDerby Collection: The Reconciliation. An Affecting Scene, 1834. Creator: John Doyle

The Reconciliation. An Affecting Scene, 1834. Creator: John Doyle
The Reconciliation. An Affecting Scene, 1834. Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby; Hugh Fortescue, 2nd Earl Fortescue; Sir James Robert George Graham; Edward John Littleton

Background imageDerby Collection: The Late Earl of Derby, c1850, (c1880). Creator: W&D Downey

The Late Earl of Derby, c1850, (c1880). Creator: W&D Downey
The Late Earl of Derby, c1850, (c1880). Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (1799-1869) British statesman, three-time Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and, to date

Background imageDerby Collection: Inauguration of Wellington College, Sandhurst: Arrival of Queen Victoria, 1859, (1901)

Inauguration of Wellington College, Sandhurst: Arrival of Queen Victoria, 1859, (1901)
Inauguration of Wellington College, Sandhurst: Arrival of Queen Victoria, January 29, 1859, (1901). Wellington College, a public school at Sandhurst in Berkshire

Background imageDerby Collection: Georges Stern on Sunstar, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Georges Stern on Sunstar, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Georges Stern on Sunstar, 1911. Portrait of French jockey Georges Stern (1882-1928), nicknamed King of the Derbies and King of the Jockeys, on the racehorse Sunstar (1908-1926)

Background imageDerby Collection: Earl of Derby, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Earl of Derby, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Earl of Derby, 1911. Portrait of British politician and racehorse breeder Edward George Villiers Stanley (1865-1948), 17th Earl of Derby

Background imageDerby Collection: Derby, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Derby, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Derby, c1910. Sir Thomas Lombes Silk Mill. Silks, Lace and Porcelain. Midland Railway Locomotive Works. Population, 123, 410. Industrial scene in the county town of Derbyshire

Background imageDerby Collection: Physical Exercises at the Royal Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Friar Gate, Derby, 1902

Physical Exercises at the Royal Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Friar Gate, Derby, 1902
Physical Exercises at the royal Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Friar Gate, Derby, 1902. From " The Windsor Magazine Vol. XVI - June to November 1902". [Ward, Lock & Co

Background imageDerby Collection: Girl Gymnasts at the Royal Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Friar Gate, Derby, 1902

Girl Gymnasts at the Royal Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Friar Gate, Derby, 1902. From " The Windsor Magazine Vol. XVI - June to November 1902". [Ward, Lock & Co. Limited, London, 1902]

Background imageDerby Collection: Thomas Stanley, Earl of Derby, (early-mid 19th century). Creator: Edward Francis Finden

Thomas Stanley, Earl of Derby, (early-mid 19th century). Creator: Edward Francis Finden
Thomas Stanley, Earl of Derby, (early-mid 19th century). Portrait of English nobleman Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby (1435-1504)

Background imageDerby Collection: James Stanley, Earl of Derby, (c1831). Creator: John Henry Robinson

James Stanley, Earl of Derby, (c1831). Creator: John Henry Robinson
James Stanley, Earl of Derby, (c1831). Portrait of English politician and soldier James, 7th Earl of Derby (1607-1651) a staunch supporter of the Royalist cause in the English Civil War

Background imageDerby Collection: A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, c1832. Creator: Unknown

A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, c1832. Creator: Unknown
A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, How are the odds on the Derby?, c1832. Political satire depicting British politicians at Epsom races: Edward Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (1799-1869)

Background imageDerby Collection: A False Start - Derby, 1883. Creator: John Sturgess

A False Start - Derby, 1883. Creator: John Sturgess
A False Start - Derby, 1883. Jockeys and their horses at the Derby, an annual flat horse race at Epsom Downs racecourse in Surrey. From The Illustrated London News, 26 May 1883

Background imageDerby Collection: Epsom, c1910

Epsom, c1910. The Derby. Horse Racing. Mineral Waters. Population, 18, 800. Card from a game containing views of the chief towns in each county, their products & notable buildings etc

Background imageDerby Collection: John Derby, Sheriff of London

John Derby, Sheriff of London 1445-1446, in aldermanic robes. He was also a member of the Drapers Company

Background imageDerby Collection: Rathbone Place, Marylebone, London, 1823. Artist: Smart & Sutherland

Rathbone Place, Marylebone, London, 1823. Artist: Smart & Sutherland
Interior view of premises, in Rathbone Place, Marylebone, London, 1823; the premises ofs and J Fuller, suppliers of artists materials, stationery and prints

Background imageDerby Collection: The Cats let out of the bag or the Rats in Dismay, 1811

The Cats let out of the bag or the Rats in Dismay, 1811
The Cats let out of the bag or the Rats in Dismay, pub March 1811 (hand coloured etching). The cats and rats faces are several famous political figures



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