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Trowel Collection

Background imageTrowel Collection: A hobby, c1930, (1945)

A hobby, c1930, (1945). Winston Churchill building a wall at his home, Chartwell. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd. London, 1945]

Background imageTrowel Collection: Trowel used by the Queen in laying the first stone of the new St. Thomas's Hospital, 1868

Trowel used by the Queen in laying the first stone of the new St. Thomas's Hospital, 1868. Creator: Unknown
Trowel used by the Queen in laying the first stone of the new St. Thomas's Hospital, [in London], 1868. 'The trowel used by her Majesty [Queen Victoria] was a most artistic

Background imageTrowel Collection: Trowel used by the Prince of Wales in the completion of Victoria Bridge, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Trowel used by the Prince of Wales in the completion of Victoria Bridge, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Trowel used by the Prince of Wales in the completion of Victoria Bridge, 1860. To-day, according to a memorandum which has been issued detailing the arrangements made for the tour of the Prince of

Background imageTrowel Collection: Mason Smoking with Companions in a Tavern, c.1675. Creator: David Teniers II

Mason Smoking with Companions in a Tavern, c.1675. Creator: David Teniers II
Mason Smoking with Companions in a Tavern, c.1675

Background imageTrowel Collection: Il faut me trouver la dedans trois pièces et une cuisine!, 19th century. Creator: Honore Daumier

Il faut me trouver la dedans trois pièces et une cuisine!, 19th century. Creator: Honore Daumier
Il faut me trouver la dedans trois pieces et une cuisine!, 19th century. Tenants and landlords. Landlord to builder: I need you to fit three rooms and a kitchen in here!

Background imageTrowel Collection: Motherless, c1883, (c1902). Creator: Unknown

Motherless, c1883, (c1902). Creator: Unknown
Motherless, c1883, (c1902). After a painting in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Victorian graveyard scene: a recently widowed father tends his dead wifes grave while tenderly holding their child

Background imageTrowel Collection: Spade, 1938. Creator: Herman O. Stroh

Spade, 1938. Creator: Herman O. Stroh
Spade, 1938

Background imageTrowel Collection: Silver trowel, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Silver trowel, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Silver trowel, 1844. This superb implement was manufactured for laying the first stone of the New Docks, at Birkenhead, and was used by Sir Philip Egerton

Background imageTrowel Collection: Labor, 1591. Creator: Raphael Sadeler

Labor, 1591. Creator: Raphael Sadeler
Labor, 1591

Background imageTrowel Collection: The Earl of Zetland, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Earl of Zetland, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Earl of Zetland, 1844. Portrait of Thomas Dundas, 2nd Earl of Zetland, Grand Master of the Freemasons of England, holding the silver trowel with which he laid the foundation stone of

Background imageTrowel Collection: Two Bricklayers Holding Bricks and Trowels, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown

Two Bricklayers Holding Bricks and Trowels, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown
Two Bricklayers Holding Bricks and Trowels, 1870s-80s

Background imageTrowel Collection: Plasterer Smoking a Cigar, Trowel in Hand, 1860s-70s. Creator: Unknown

Plasterer Smoking a Cigar, Trowel in Hand, 1860s-70s. Creator: Unknown
Plasterer Smoking a Cigar, Trowel in Hand, 1860s-70s

Background imageTrowel Collection: Three Plasterers, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown

Three Plasterers, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown
Three Plasterers, 1870s-80s

Background imageTrowel Collection: Plasterer with Hawk and Trowel, 1860s-70s. Creator: Unknown

Plasterer with Hawk and Trowel, 1860s-70s. Creator: Unknown
Plasterer with Hawk and Trowel, 1860s-70s

Background imageTrowel Collection: Mason Holding a Trowel, 1850s. Creator: Unknown

Mason Holding a Trowel, 1850s. Creator: Unknown
Mason Holding a Trowel, 1850s

Background imageTrowel Collection: Mason (?) Holding a Trowel and Sledgehammer, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown

Mason (?) Holding a Trowel and Sledgehammer, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown
Mason (?) Holding a Trowel and Sledgehammer, 1870s-80s

Background imageTrowel Collection: The trowel used in laying the first stone of the new Royal Exchange 17th January 1842

The trowel used in laying the first stone of the new Royal Exchange 17th January 1842.The first stone was laid by Prince Albert

Background imageTrowel Collection: Prophecy figure X from Prognosticatio Eximii Doctoris Paracelsi, 1536. Artist

Prophecy figure X from Prognosticatio Eximii Doctoris Paracelsi, 1536. Artist
Prophecy figure X from Prognosticatio Eximii Doctoris Paracelsi, 1536. A small book of 32 prophecies, filled with cryptic and allegorical symbols, by the Swiss astrologer

Background imageTrowel Collection: Bricklayer, 1828. Artist: Marlet et Cie

Bricklayer, 1828. Artist: Marlet et Cie
Bricklayer, 1828. A lithograph from L Inde Francais, 1828. From the collection of Jean Claude Carriere

Background imageTrowel Collection: Building trade, c1845

Building trade, c1845. A bricklayer working on a wooden scaffold (centre), a brickyard (top), mixing mortar (right), and a labourer carrying a load up a long ladder (left)

Background imageTrowel Collection: Lets Do It!, poster, Russian, 1944. Artist: I Serebriany

Lets Do It!, poster, Russian, 1944. Artist: I Serebriany
Lets Do It!, poster, Russian, 1944. A female worker lifting a pallet of bricks

Background imageTrowel Collection: Putting a Good Face On It, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel

Putting a Good Face On It, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel
Putting a Good Face On It, 1863. Palmerston, (The Plasterer), says: Lor Bless You! A Little Bit O Stucco Will Make It Perfect


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