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Edwards Collection

Background imageEdwards Collection: Dodo and guinea pig, 1750. Artist: George Edwards

Dodo and guinea pig, 1750. Artist: George Edwards
Dodo and guinea pig, 1750. A dodo - Didus ineptus, an extinct flightless bird from Mauritius and a guinea pig - Cavia porcellus, a rodent native to South America

Background imageEdwards Collection: Tientsin Railway Station, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt

Tientsin Railway Station, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt
Tientsin Railway Station, c1900. China. British and Chinese passengers. Illustration after a photograph. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX"

Background imageEdwards Collection: The British Legation, Peking, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt

The British Legation, Peking, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt
The British Legation, Peking, c1900. China. Illustration after a photograph. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX"

Background imageEdwards Collection: View in the Drakensberg Region, c1900. Creator: N. P. Edwards

View in the Drakensberg Region, c1900. Creator: N. P. Edwards
View in the Drakensberg Region, c1900. Mountains in South Africa. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX". [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne]

Background imageEdwards Collection: Panorama of Pretoria, c1900. Creator: C Wilkinson

Panorama of Pretoria, c1900. Creator: C Wilkinson
Panorama of Pretoria, c1900. Capital of the South African Republic. Illustration from a photograph. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX"

Background imageEdwards Collection: Mr. Kruger's Portrait, Hung in the Raad-Saal at Pretoria, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Mr. Kruger's Portrait, Hung in the Raad-Saal at Pretoria, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Mr. Kruger's Portrait, Hung in the Raad-Saal at Pretoria, c1900. South African Boer leader Paul Kruger, President of Transvaal. Engraving after a photograph

Background imageEdwards Collection: Diamond Mine, Kimberley, c1900. Creator: Will B. Robinson

Diamond Mine, Kimberley, c1900. Creator: Will B. Robinson
Diamond Mine, Kimberley, c1900. South Africa. Illustration from a photograph. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX"

Background imageEdwards Collection: View of the Tugela River, c1900. Creator: N. P. Edwards

View of the Tugela River, c1900. Creator: N. P. Edwards
View of the Tugela River, c1900. River in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa. The spelling Tugela is an Anglicised version of the Zulu name Thukela

Background imageEdwards Collection: Majuba, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Majuba, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Majuba, c1900. South Africa. Site of the Battle of Majuba Hill (1881), the final and decisive battle of the First Boer War. Illustration from a photograph

Background imageEdwards Collection: The Raadzaal, Pretoria, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt

The Raadzaal, Pretoria, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt
The Raadzaal, Pretoria, c1900. The Ou Raadsaal (Old Council Hall) is a historic building in Pretoria, South Africa. It housed the Volksraad, the parliament of the South African Republic

Background imageEdwards Collection: Morning Market, Johannesburg, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt

Morning Market, Johannesburg, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt
Morning Market, Johannesburg, c1900. Covered wagons and cattle, South Africa. Illustration from a photograph. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX"

Background imageEdwards Collection: The Stock Exchange, Johannesburg, 1901.. Creator: Will B. Robinson

The Stock Exchange, Johannesburg, 1901.. Creator: Will B. Robinson
The Stock Exchange, Johannesburg, 1901. Illustration from a photograph. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX". [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne]

Background imageEdwards Collection: Bloemfontein from the Fort, c1900. Creator: C Wilkinson

Bloemfontein from the Fort, c1900. Creator: C Wilkinson
Bloemfontein from the Fort, c1900. Capital of the Orange Free State, an independent Boer Republic, in what is now South Africa. Illustration from a photograph

Background imageEdwards Collection: Laing's Nek Tunnel, c1900. Creator: N. P. Edwards

Laing's Nek Tunnel, c1900. Creator: N. P. Edwards
Laing's Nek Tunnel, c1900. Steam train in the Drakensberg mountains, South Africa. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX"

Background imageEdwards Collection: President Kruger's Residence at Pretoria, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt

President Kruger's Residence at Pretoria, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt
President Kruger's Residence at Pretoria, c1900. Home of Paul Kruger, Boer leader and President of Transvaal (South Africa). Illustration from a photograph

Background imageEdwards Collection: Cape Town and Table Mountain, c1900. Creator: Joseph Holland Tringham

Cape Town and Table Mountain, c1900. Creator: Joseph Holland Tringham
Cape Town and Table Mountain, c1900. The Cape Colony was a British colony in present-day South Africa named after the Cape of Good Hope. It existed from 1795 to 1802, and again from 1806 to 1910

Background imageEdwards Collection: Meeting of Boers at Paardekraal Held Every Years in Celebration of the Regaining of... c1900

Meeting of Boers at Paardekraal Held Every Years in Celebration of the Regaining of... c1900. Creator: Will B. Robinson
Meeting of Boers at Paardekraal Held Every Years in Celebration of the Regaining of their Independence, c1900. The monument, in Krugersdorp, South Africa

Background imageEdwards Collection: Hyacinths, 1801, (1948). Creator: Thomas Warner

Hyacinths, 1801, (1948). Creator: Thomas Warner
Hyacinths, 1801, (1948). From " The Saturday Book", Eighth Year, edited by Leonard Russell. [Hutchinson, London, 1948]

Background imageEdwards Collection: Set of silver tableware, 1852 / 64. Creator: J. T. and E. M. Edwards

Set of silver tableware, 1852 / 64. Creator: J. T. and E. M. Edwards
Set of silver tableware, 1852/64. Teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, slop bowl and jug

Background imageEdwards Collection: Coffee Pot (part of a set), 1852 / 64. Creator: J. T. and E. M. Edwards

Coffee Pot (part of a set), 1852 / 64. Creator: J. T. and E. M. Edwards
Coffee Pot (part of a set), 1852/64

Background imageEdwards Collection: Illustration from Practical Gardening by Alexander McDonald, 1807

Illustration from Practical Gardening by Alexander McDonald, 1807. Private Collection

Background imageEdwards Collection: Portrait of Edwin Edwards, 1872. Creator: Felix Bracquemond

Portrait of Edwin Edwards, 1872. Creator: Felix Bracquemond
Portrait of Edwin Edwards, 1872

Background imageEdwards Collection: Whistler at Moulsey [Molesey Lock], [1861]. Creator: Edwin Edwards

Whistler at Moulsey [Molesey Lock], [1861]. Creator: Edwin Edwards
Whistler at Moulsey [Molesey Lock], [1861]

Background imageEdwards Collection: I Call Them My Children - To Myself, Susan (The Galaxy, An Illustrated Magazine of

I Call Them My Children - To Myself, Susan (The Galaxy, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Reading, Vol. VIII), October 1869

Background imageEdwards Collection: Hyacinths, from 'The Temple of Flora, or Garden of Nature', June 1, 1801

Hyacinths, from "The Temple of Flora, or Garden of Nature", June 1, 1801
Hyacinths, from " The Temple of Flora, or Garden of Nature", June 1, 1801

Background imageEdwards Collection: Passion Flower, 1799. Creator: Sydenham Teast Edwards

Passion Flower, 1799. Creator: Sydenham Teast Edwards
Passion Flower, 1799

Background imageEdwards Collection: Billy Edwards, Pugilist, from Worlds Champions, Series 2 (N29) for Allen &

Billy Edwards, Pugilist, from Worlds Champions, Series 2 (N29) for Allen &
Billy Edwards, Pugilist, from Worlds Champions, Series 2 (N29) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes, 1888

Background imageEdwards Collection: John Wood Dodge, ca. 1836-37. Creator: Edward S. Dodge

John Wood Dodge, ca. 1836-37. Creator: Edward S. Dodge
John Wood Dodge, ca. 1836-37

Background imageEdwards Collection: Peony: Paeonia Faemina Flore Pleno Rubro Majore, 1769, (1946). Creator: John Edwards

Peony: Paeonia Faemina Flore Pleno Rubro Majore, 1769, (1946). Creator: John Edwards
Peony: Paeonia Faemina Flore Pleno Rubro Majore, 1769, (1946). Botanical illustration from " The British Herbal Containing One Hundred Plates of The most beautiful and scarce Flowers

Background imageEdwards Collection: Larkspur and Sweet William: Delphinium elatum and Dianthus barbatus, 1805, (1946)

Larkspur and Sweet William: Delphinium elatum and Dianthus barbatus, 1805, (1946). Botanical illustration. From " British Garden Flowers", by George M. Taylor. [Collins, London, 1946]

Background imageEdwards Collection: Monkey-Flower, 1812, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Monkey-Flower, 1812, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Monkey-Flower, 1812, (1944). Illustration from " Curtiss Botanical Magazine" founded by William Curtis. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson

Background imageEdwards Collection: 1927 Brough Superior, C. F. Edwards at Pendine sands. Creator: Unknown

1927 Brough Superior, C. F. Edwards at Pendine sands. Creator: Unknown
1927 Brough Superior, C.F. Edwards at Pendine sands

Background imageEdwards Collection: G. Edwards, (1694- 1773), 1830. Creator: Unknown

G. Edwards, (1694- 1773), 1830. Creator: Unknown
G. Edwards, (1694- 1773), 1830. George Edwards (1694- 1773) English naturalist and ornithologist, he studied natural history

Background imageEdwards Collection: E. Edwards, (1738-1806), 1830. Creator: Unknown

E. Edwards, (1738-1806), 1830. Creator: Unknown
E. Edwards, (1738-1806), 1830. Edward Edwards (1738-1806) English painter, apprenticed as an upholsterer he exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1771

Background imageEdwards Collection: Portrait of Jonathan Edwards, in plain coat and bands of Presbyterian minister, c1750, (1937)

Portrait of Jonathan Edwards, in plain coat and bands of Presbyterian minister, c1750, (1937)
Portrait of Jonathan Edwards, showing the plain coat and bands of a Presbyterian ministe, c1750, (1937). Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) American revivalist preacher, theologian, and philosopher

Background imageEdwards Collection: The Edwards Rhomboidal biplane, c1911, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The Edwards Rhomboidal biplane, c1911, (1935). Creator: Unknown
The Edwards Rhomboidal biplane, c1911, (1935). The Edwards Rhomboidal was an unusually shaped early British aircraft designed by E.W. Edwards. It was tested at Brooklands in 1911

Background imageEdwards Collection: Mr Carlos Edwards, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Mr Carlos Edwards, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Mr Carlos Edwards, 1911. Portrait of a man. From " British Sports and Sportsmen: Racing Coursing and Steeplechasing", Part II, edited by William Scarth Dixon. [1911]

Background imageEdwards Collection: Graves of Jonathan Edwards and Aaron Burr, Princeton, New Jersey, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Graves of Jonathan Edwards and Aaron Burr, Princeton, New Jersey, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Graves of Jonathan Edwards and Aaron Burr, Princeton, New Jersey, c1897. Graves of Jonathan Edwards a philosophical theologian and Aaron Burr

Background imageEdwards Collection: Sir John Vanburgh, 1830. Creator: William Camden Edwards

Sir John Vanburgh, 1830. Creator: William Camden Edwards
Sir John Vanburgh, 1830. Portrait of English architect and dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh (c1664-1726), the designer of Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard. [John Murray, London]

Background imageEdwards Collection: Graves of Jonathan Edwards and Aaron Burr, Princetown, New Jersey, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Graves of Jonathan Edwards and Aaron Burr, Princetown, New Jersey, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Graves of Jonathan Edwards and Aaron Burr, Princetown, New Jersey, USA, c1900. View of Princeton Cemetery and the graves of American politician Aaron Burr (1756-1836)

Background imageEdwards Collection: George Blakes Letter (The Galaxy, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Reading

George Blakes Letter (The Galaxy, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Reading, Vol. IX), January 1870

Background imageEdwards Collection: Portrait of Sir Edward Walpole, Kt. 18th century, (1915). Artist: Edward Edwards

Portrait of Sir Edward Walpole, Kt. 18th century, (1915). Artist: Edward Edwards
Portrait of Sir Edward Walpole, Kt, 18th century. Sir Edward Walpole (1706-1784) was a British politician, and a younger son of Sir Robert Walpole, Prime Minister from 1721 to 1742

Background imageEdwards Collection: Pool of London from Rotherhithe, with ships in the foreground, c1890. Artist

Pool of London from Rotherhithe, with ships in the foreground, c1890. Artist
Pool of London from Rotherhithe, with ships in the foreground, c1890

Background imageEdwards Collection: Church of St John the Baptist, Hoxton, London, 1827. Artist: W Bond

Church of St John the Baptist, Hoxton, London, 1827. Artist: W Bond
Church of St John the Baptist, Hoxton, London, 1827. St John the Baptist in Hoxton, at the junction of Pitfield Street with New North Road, was constructed in 1825-1826 to designs of Francis Edwards

Background imageEdwards Collection: Warwick Arms Inn, Newgate Street, City of London, 1871. Artist: Edwin Edwards

Warwick Arms Inn, Newgate Street, City of London, 1871. Artist: Edwin Edwards
Warwick Arms Inn, Newgate Street, City of London, 1871

Background imageEdwards Collection: The Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate, City of London, 1871. Artist: E Edwards

The Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate, City of London, 1871. Artist: E Edwards
The Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate, City of London, 1871

Background imageEdwards Collection: Sign of the Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate, London, 1871. Artist: E Edwards

Sign of the Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate, London, 1871. Artist: E Edwards
Sign of the Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate, London, 1871

Background imageEdwards Collection: Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London, 1804. Artist: E Edwards

Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London, 1804. Artist: E Edwards
Interior view of the Rotunda at the Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London, 1804; showing a crowd



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