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Fawkes Collection

Background imageFawkes Collection: The Capture Of Guy Fawkes, 1605, (c1850)

The Capture Of Guy Fawkes, 1605, (c1850). Fawkes was an English conspirator who attempted to blow up the houses of Parliament on November 5th

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plotters, 1605

Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plotters, 1605. Roman Catholic conspiracy to blow up English Houses of Parliament on 5 November 1605 when James I due to open new session

Background imageFawkes Collection: Discovery of Guido Fawkes by Suffolk and Mounteagle, 1850. Artist: John Leech

Discovery of Guido Fawkes by Suffolk and Mounteagle, 1850. Artist: John Leech
Discovery of Guido Fawkes by Suffolk and Mounteagle, 1850. A satirical illustration on the capture of Guy Fawkes. Guy Fawkes is the best known of the conspirators behind a Roman Catholic conspiracy

Background imageFawkes Collection: Lypiatt Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Lypiatt Park, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Lypiatt Park, 1844. View of Lypiatt Park, a medieval and Tudor manor house in Bisley, near Stroud, in Gloucestershire. The property...fell into the possession of the Throckmorton family

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guys of the Period, 1897. Creator: John Leech

Guys of the Period, 1897. Creator: John Leech
Guys of the Period, 1897. The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was a failed assassination attempt against King James I. The plan was to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London with gunpowder stored in

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes before and after the Torture, 1897. Creator: John Leech

Guy Fawkes before and after the Torture, 1897. Creator: John Leech
Guy Fawkes before and after the Torture, 1897. The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was a failed assassination attempt against King James I

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes before James the First, c1870, (c1900). Creator: Unknown

Guy Fawkes before James the First, c1870, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
Guy Fawkes before James the First, c1870, (c1900). Victorian depiction of Guy Fawkes being brought before King James I after the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot in 1605

Background imageFawkes Collection: A View of the Antient Manor House of Fawkeshall or Vauxhall, Surrey, (1813). Creator: Unknown

A View of the Antient Manor House of Fawkeshall or Vauxhall, Surrey, (1813). Creator: Unknown
A View of the Antient Manor House of Fawkeshall or Vauxhall, Surrey, (1813). Side elevation and plan of a timber frame building with two towers, in Vauxhall, Lambeth, London

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes and the Conspirators, (c1872). Creator: Unknown

Guy Fawkes and the Conspirators, (c1872). Creator: Unknown
Guy Fawkes and the Conspirators, (c1872). The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was a failed assassination attempt against King James I

Background imageFawkes Collection: Large stones and the iron bars and other tools used in the mining operations

Large stones and the iron bars and other tools used in the mining operations were thrown among the barrels, as Guy Fawkes afterwards declared, to make the breach the greater

Background imageFawkes Collection: Scene showing the capture of Guy Fawkes, c1605, (1802). Artist: F Deeres

Scene showing the capture of Guy Fawkes, c1605, (1802). Artist: F Deeres
Scene showing the capture of Guy Fawkes, c1605, (1802). Fawkes was captured by Sir Thomas Knevet and his attendants at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster

Background imageFawkes Collection: Scene of the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot, 1605, (c1780)

Scene of the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot, 1605, (c1780). Showing figures outside the cellar beneath the House of Lords, in the Palace of Westminster

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes heading towards the cellar in the Palace of Westminster, London, 1605, (c1820)

Guy Fawkes heading towards the cellar in the Palace of Westminster, London, 1605, (c1820). The cellar was packed with barrels of gunpowder intended to blow up James I in the House of Lords

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes or the 5th of November, 1834. Artist: G Rymer

Guy Fawkes or the 5th of November, 1834. Artist: G Rymer
Guy Fawkes or the 5th of November, 1834. Plate no.6 from London Scenes; view of a group of mischevious boys carrying Guy Fawkes on a chair in a London street on the 5th November

Background imageFawkes Collection: The Westminster canvass, 1784. Artist: William Dent

The Westminster canvass, 1784. Artist: William Dent
The Westminster canvass, 1784. Charles James Fox, as Guy Fawkes, being carried in a chair by his supporters Edward Hall and Sam House

Background imageFawkes Collection: Lambeth, London, c1850. Artist: W Read

Lambeth, London, c1850. Artist: W Read
View of a house in Lambeth, London, c1850; sometimes known as the residence of Guy Fawkes. The house was leased by Robert Catesby and used as a base

Background imageFawkes Collection: Children collecting pennies for the Guy, 1816

Children collecting pennies for the Guy, 1816

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes, caught in the act of preparing the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (c1900). Artist

Guy Fawkes, caught in the act of preparing the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (c1900). Artist
Guy Fawkes, caught in the act of preparing the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (c1900). Fawkes (1570-1606) was an English conspirator who attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament on November 5th 1605

Background imageFawkes Collection: Medal Commemorating the Discovery of the Gunpowder Plot, 1605, (1904)

Medal Commemorating the Discovery of the Gunpowder Plot, 1605, (1904). From James I. and VI, by T. F. Henderson. [Goupil & Co. Paris, Edinburgh, New York, London, 1904]

Background imageFawkes Collection: The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605, (1904). Artist: Crispijn de Passe I

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605, (1904). Artist: Crispijn de Passe I
The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605, (1904). From James I. and VI, by T. F. Henderson. [Goupil & Co. Paris, Edinburgh, New York, London, 1904]

Background imageFawkes Collection: The Gunpowder Plot, 1886. Artist: CF Merckel

The Gunpowder Plot, 1886. Artist: CF Merckel
The Gunpowder Plot, 1886. Guy Fawkes Interrogated by James I and his Council in the Kings Red-Chamber, Whitehall. Fawkes (1570-1606)

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes Preparing The Slow Match, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson

Guy Fawkes Preparing The Slow Match, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson
Guy Fawkes Preparing The Slow Match, 1902. Fawkes (1570-1606) was an English conspirator who attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament on November 5th 1605 during the State Opening of Parliament

Background imageFawkes Collection: Strand Lane, 1929

Strand Lane, 1929. From Old London, A Series of 25 Willss Cigarettes cards. [W.D. & H.O. Wills, London, 1929]

Background imageFawkes Collection: Gun Powder Treason, c1605 (1903)

Gun Powder Treason, c1605 (1903). Dutch engraving depicting the Eye of Heaven condemning Guy Fawkes (1570-1606), the conspirator who was involved in the Gunpowder Plot to blow up the Houses of

Background imageFawkes Collection: Execution of the Conspirators of the Gunpowder Plot in 1606, 1795 (1897)

Execution of the Conspirators of the Gunpowder Plot in 1606, 1795 (1897). Reproduced for Old and New London Vol 111 by Edward Walford. [Cassell and Company Ltd, London, 1897]

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkess Cellar, 1897

Guy Fawkess Cellar, 1897. From Old and New London Vol III by Edward Walford. [Cassell and Company Ltd, London, 1897]

Background imageFawkes Collection: The arrest of Guy Fawkes (1570-1606), c1902

The arrest of Guy Fawkes (1570-1606), c1902. From Cassells Illustrated History of England, volume III (c1902)

Background imageFawkes Collection: Indenture for the sale of land, signed by Guy Fawkes, early 17th century (1901)

Indenture for the sale of land, signed by Guy Fawkes, early 17th century (1901). Facsimile of an indenture for the sale of land signed by Guy Fawkes (1570-1601)

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes lantern, 17th century, (c1920)

Guy Fawkes lantern, 17th century, (c1920). Lantern used by Fawkes in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageFawkes Collection: The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators and their Servant Bates, (1605), 1901

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators and their Servant Bates, (1605), 1901
The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators and their Servant Bates, 1605. Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plotters, 1605. Roman Catholic conspiracy to blow up English Houses of Parliament on 5 November 1605 when

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes Day, London, 1926-1927

Guy Fawkes Day, London, 1926-1927. Children with a homemade guy collecting money to buy fireworks. Illustration from Wonderful London, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, Volume I

Background imageFawkes Collection: Guy Fawkes and Humphrey Chetham, 1605, (1841). Artist: George Cruikshank

Guy Fawkes and Humphrey Chetham, 1605, (1841). Artist: George Cruikshank
Guy Fawkes and Humphrey Chetham Rescuing Father Oldcorne and Viviana Radcliffe from the Pursuivant, 1605, (1841). Illustration from Guy Fawkes, or the Gunpowder Treason: an Historical Romance

Background imageFawkes Collection: The Gunpowder Plotters, early 17th century, (1910)

The Gunpowder Plotters, early 17th century, (1910). The conspirators, from a picture painted in 1606: Robert Winter, Christopher Wright, John Wright, Thomas Percy, Guy Fawkes, Robert Catesby

Background imageFawkes Collection: James I, King of England and Scotland, 1860. Artist: WJ Edwards

James I, King of England and Scotland, 1860. Artist: WJ Edwards
James I, King of England and Scotland, 1860. James (1566-1625) became King of Scotland in 1567 and England in 1601. The son of Mary Queen of Scots

Background imageFawkes Collection: William Parker (Lord Monteagle), receiving letter of warning of the plot, 1605

William Parker (Lord Monteagle), receiving letter of warning of the plot, 1605. Gunpowder Plot, Roman Catholic conspiracy to blow up English Houses of Parliament on 5 November 1605 when James I due

Background imageFawkes Collection: Arrest of Guy Fawkes in cellars of Parliament, 1605 (19th century)

Arrest of Guy Fawkes in cellars of Parliament, 1605 (19th century). Gunpowder Plot, Roman Catholic conspiracy to blow up English Houses of Parliament on 5 November 1605 when James I due to open new

Background imageFawkes Collection: The Irish Guy Fawkes, 1880. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Irish Guy Fawkes, 1880. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Irish Guy Fawkes, 1880. This cartoon shows Charles Parnell, the Irish Nationalist leader, creeping past the barrels of the gunpowder of Rebellion, Sedition and Anarchy


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