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Norfolk Collection

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Mother Julian, 1912

Mother Julian, 1912. Julian of Norwich (c8 November 1342-c1416) was an English anchoress and an important Christian mystic and theologian. From The Mighty Army, by W. M

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Saxtons Map of Norfolk, 1574, (1944). Creator: Christopher Saxton

Saxtons Map of Norfolk, 1574, (1944). Creator: Christopher Saxton
Saxtons Map of Norfolk, 1574, (1944). Detail of the county of Norfolk, showing rivers, towns and villages, and a ship in The Wash

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Integrity retiring from Office!, 1801

Integrity retiring from Office!, 1801
Integrity retiring from Office!, Pub. 1801 (hand coloured engraving). William Pitt the Younger (1759-1806) resigns as Prime Minister in protest at Kings rejection of the bills to unite England

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Norwich Cathedral. The Choir, Looking East, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Norwich Cathedral. The Choir, Looking East, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Norwich Cathedral. The Choir, Looking East, 1898. The Choir of Norwich Cathedral was vaulted under under James Goldwell (bishop, 1472-99) with hundreds of ornately carved, painted and gilded bosses

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The Painter as Illustrator, 1932, (1946). Artist: Paul Nash

The Painter as Illustrator, 1932, (1946). Artist: Paul Nash
The Painter as Illustrator, 1932, (1946). Hydriotaphia, Urn Burial, or, a Discourse of the Sepulchral Urns lately found in Norfolk, is a work by Thomas Browne (1605-1682)

Background imageNorfolk Collection: St. Nicholas Church: The Nave, 1886, (1898). Creator: Unknown

St. Nicholas Church: The Nave, 1886, (1898). Creator: Unknown
St. Nicholas Church: The Nave, 1898. St Nicholass church in Great Yarmouth, founded 1101 by Herbert de Losinga, is the towns oldest, most visible, historic landmark

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Sandringham House, Norfolk, on the night of King George Vs death, 1936

Sandringham House, Norfolk, on the night of King George Vs death, 1936. From George V and Edward VIII - A Royal Souvenir, by F. G. H. Salusbury [Daily Express Publications, London, 1936]

Background imageNorfolk Collection: A feu et a sang…..; les bombardements aeriens. l'entonnoir creuse par l'explosion d'une bombe de

A feu et a sang…..; les bombardements aeriens. l'entonnoir creuse par l'explosion d'une bombe de ze Creator
A feu et a sang.....; les bombardements aeriens. l'entonnoir creuse par l'explosion d'une bombe de zeppelin, dans un champ voisin de la residene royale de Sandringham

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The Prince of Wales Pheasant-Shooting at Sandringham, 1893, (1901). Creator: Unknown

The Prince of Wales Pheasant-Shooting at Sandringham, 1893, (1901). Creator: Unknown
The Prince of Wales Pheasant-Shooting at Sandringham, 1893, (1901). Prince Albert Edward (1841-1910), the future King Edward VII

Background imageNorfolk Collection: St. Benets Abbey, on the Bure, c1854. Artist: Henry Bright

St. Benets Abbey, on the Bure, c1854. Artist: Henry Bright
St. Benets Abbey, on the Bure, c1854. From A Catalogue of the Pictures and Drawings in the collection of Frederick John Nettleford, Volume I, by C. Reginald Grundy and F

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Joseph Gurney (b1796), at the age of 20, c1816

Joseph Gurney (b1796), at the age of 20, c1816. The Gurney family of Norwich was an influential family of English Quakers that established Gurneys bank in 1770

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The Village of Horning, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

The Village of Horning, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
The Village of Horning, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: A Norfolk Boat-Yard, 1886. Creators: Dr Peter Henry Emerson, Thomas Frederick Goodall

A Norfolk Boat-Yard, 1886. Creators: Dr Peter Henry Emerson, Thomas Frederick Goodall
A Norfolk Boat-Yard, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: On the River Bure, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

On the River Bure, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
On the River Bure, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Cantley: Wherries Waiting for the Turn of the Tide, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

Cantley: Wherries Waiting for the Turn of the Tide, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
Cantley: Wherries Waiting for the Turn of the Tide, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The Old Order and the New, 1886. Creators: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

The Old Order and the New, 1886. Creators: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
The Old Order and the New, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: A Sailing Match at Horning, 1885. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

A Sailing Match at Horning, 1885. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
A Sailing Match at Horning, 1885

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Buckenham Ferry, 1890-1891, printed 1893. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

Buckenham Ferry, 1890-1891, printed 1893. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
Buckenham Ferry, 1890-1891, printed 1893

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Yarmouth Jetty, 1822. Creator: John Constable

Yarmouth Jetty, 1822. Creator: John Constable
Yarmouth Jetty, 1822

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Pillars of the Constitution, February 1, 1809. Creator: James Gillray

Pillars of the Constitution, February 1, 1809. Creator: James Gillray
Pillars of the Constitution, February 1, 1809

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Jack Parnell, Jazz Party, Norwich, Norfolk, 2007. Creator: Brian Foskett

Jack Parnell, Jazz Party, Norwich, Norfolk, 2007. Creator: Brian Foskett
Jack Parnell, Jazz Party, Norwich, Norfolk, 2007

Background imageNorfolk Collection: St. Benets Abbey, 1844. Creator: Unknown

St. Benets Abbey, 1844. Creator: Unknown
St. Benets Abbey, 1844. Ruins of a medieval monastery of the Order of Saint Benedict, on the River Bure within the Broads in Norfolk

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Norwich Station, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Norwich Station, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Norwich Station, 1845. Railway station at Norwich in Norfolk, one of the stopes on the newly opened line from London to Cambridge and Ely

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Thetford Station, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Thetford Station, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Thetford Station, 1845. Railway station at Thetford in Norfolk, one of the stops on the newly opened line from London to Cambridge and Ely. The building is in mock-Elizabethan style

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Yarmouth, Norfolk, 1832. Creator: David Lucas

Yarmouth, Norfolk, 1832. Creator: David Lucas
Yarmouth, Norfolk, 1832

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Yarmouth, Norfolk, 1830. Creator: David Lucas

Yarmouth, Norfolk, 1830. Creator: David Lucas
Yarmouth, Norfolk, 1830

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Life and Landscape on the Norfolk Broads, 1885-86. 1885-86

Life and Landscape on the Norfolk Broads, 1885-86. 1885-86
Life and Landscape on the Norfolk Broads, 1885-86

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Church Porch, Earlham, near Norwich, 1857. Creator: William Harcourt Ranking

Church Porch, Earlham, near Norwich, 1857. Creator: William Harcourt Ranking
Church Porch, Earlham, near Norwich, 1857

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Gunner Working Up To Fowl, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

Gunner Working Up To Fowl, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
Gunner Working Up To Fowl, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Water-Lilies, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

Water-Lilies, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
Water-Lilies, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Gathering Water-Lilies, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

Gathering Water-Lilies, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
Gathering Water-Lilies, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Rowing Home the Schoof-Stuff, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson

Rowing Home the Schoof-Stuff, 1886. Creator: Dr Peter Henry Emerson
Rowing Home the Schoof-Stuff, 1886

Background imageNorfolk Collection: River at Norwich, early 19th century. Creator: Anon

River at Norwich, early 19th century. Creator: Anon
River at Norwich, early 19th century

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Hautbois Common, Norfolk, probably ca. 1810. Creator: John Crome

Hautbois Common, Norfolk, probably ca. 1810. Creator: John Crome
Hautbois Common, Norfolk, probably ca. 1810

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The Nave, Norwich Cathedral, 1898. Creator: Unknown

The Nave, Norwich Cathedral, 1898. Creator: Unknown
The Nave, Norwich Cathedral, 1898. The Nave of Norwich Cathedral was vaulted under Walter Hart (bishop, 1446-72), with hundreds of ornately carved, painted and gilded bosses

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Norwich, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Norwich, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Norwich, 1898. From the Middle Ages until the Industrial Revolution, Norwich was the largest city in England after London, and one of the most important

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Recycling centre in Norfolk 2014. Creator: Unknown

Recycling centre in Norfolk 2014. Creator: Unknown
Recycling centre in Norfolk 2014

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The Beach, Yarmouth, 1898. Creator: Unknown

The Beach, Yarmouth, 1898. Creator: Unknown
The Beach, Yarmouth, 1898. Great Yarmouth, a seaside town in Norfolk, England, popular as a resort since 1760 and more easily accessible from 1844 when a railway built

Background imageNorfolk Collection: A Row, Yarmouth, 1898. Creator: Unknown

A Row, Yarmouth, 1898. Creator: Unknown
A " Row", Yarmouth, 1898. Row Houses on South Quay, Great Yarmouth originally built as single family dwellings, later sub-divided into tenements

Background imageNorfolk Collection: St. Nicholas Church: The Exterior, 1898. Creator: Unknown

St. Nicholas Church: The Exterior, 1898. Creator: Unknown
St. Nicholas Church: The Exterior, 1898. St Nicholass church in Great Yarmouth, founded 1101 by Herbert de Losinga, is the towns oldest, most visible, historic landmark

Background imageNorfolk Collection: John Dankworth, Norwich, July 2007. Creator: Brian Foskett

John Dankworth, Norwich, July 2007. Creator: Brian Foskett
John Dankworth, Norwich, July 2007

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The Maids Head, Norwich, Norfolk, 1936. Creator: Unknown

The Maids Head, Norwich, Norfolk, 1936. Creator: Unknown
The Maids Head, Norwich, Norfolk, 1936. The Maids Head Hotel, dating to 13th century is Grade II listed, claims to be the oldest hotel in the UK and is reportedly haunted

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Queen Mary and Queen Alexandra at a meeting of the West Norfolk Hunt in 1920, (1951)

Queen Mary and Queen Alexandra at a meeting of the West Norfolk Hunt in 1920, (1951). Queen Alexandra (1844-1925) and Mary of Teck (1867-1953) at a hunt meeting

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Cardinal Wolsey resigning the Great Seal for the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, 1773

Cardinal Wolsey resigning the Great Seal for the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, 1773. Cardinal Thomas Wolsey resigns as lord chancellor stripped of office by Thomas Howard

Background imageNorfolk Collection: John Dankworth, Norwich, Norfolk, July 2007. Creator: Brian Foskett

John Dankworth, Norwich, Norfolk, July 2007. Creator: Brian Foskett
John Dankworth, Norwich, Norfolk, July 2007

Background imageNorfolk Collection: Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, 1784. Creator: Unknown

Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, 1784. Creator: Unknown
Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, 1784. Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk (1536-1572), English nobleman and politician, raised a Protestant

Background imageNorfolk Collection: The King shooting over Sandringham preserves, 1900s, (1910). Creator: Unknown

The King shooting over Sandringham preserves, 1900s, (1910). Creator: Unknown
The King shooting over Sandringham preserves, 1900s, (1910). King Edward VII (1841-1910) shooting on the royal estates at Sandringham in Norfolk

Background imageNorfolk Collection: On The Beach at Cromer, c1828. Creator: Edward William Cooke

On The Beach at Cromer, c1828. Creator: Edward William Cooke
On The Beach at Cromer, c1828. Lobster boats and fishing equipment on the Norfolk coast



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