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Images Dated 22nd March 2007

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Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Typo, typewriter advertisement, 20th century

Typo, typewriter advertisement, 20th century. A print from La Manufacture Francais D Armes et Cycles de Saint-Etienne, a French mail order catalogue

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Hirondelle Saint Etienne delivery tricycle advertisement, 20th century

Hirondelle Saint Etienne delivery tricycle advertisement, 20th century. A print from La Manufacture Francais D Armes et Cycles de Saint-Etienne, a French mail order catalogue

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The Skid, illustration from the magazine Le De Dion-Bouton, 1909

The Skid, illustration from the magazine Le De Dion-Bouton, 1909. De Dion-Bouton was a French automobile manufacturer operating from 1883 to 1932

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. Artist: Guy Sabran

The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. Artist: Guy Sabran
The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. A print from the front cover of the magazine L Illustration, 3 October 1931

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: French advertisement for Bosch car headlamps, 1913. Artist: Bern Hard

French advertisement for Bosch car headlamps, 1913. Artist: Bern Hard
French advertisement for Bosch car headlamps, 1913

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Cover for the Christmas issue of the magazine La Vie au Grand Air, 1904

Cover for the Christmas issue of the magazine La Vie au Grand Air, 1904

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Song on the aerostatic sphere, 18th century

Song on the aerostatic sphere, 18th century. Commemorating the Montgolfier Brothers balloon experiment in the garden of M Reveillon on 19 October 1783

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Omnia sewing machines advertisement, 20th century

Omnia sewing machines advertisement, 20th century. A print from La Manufacture Francais D Armes et Cycles de Saint-Etienne, a French mail order catalogue

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The St Martin canal, Paris, 19th century. Artist: A Martial

The St Martin canal, Paris, 19th century. Artist: A Martial
The St Martin canal, Paris, 19th century. The Canal St Martin is a 4 kilometre long artificial waterway ordered by Napoleon to supply water to Paris. It was completed in 1825

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The Marly Machine, 18th century

The Marly Machine, 18th century. Louis XIV of France had this machine constructed on the banks of the Seine to pump water from the river to his chateaux at Versailles and Marly

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: A petrol-powered Phaeton, by Panhard and Levassor, 1896. Artist: Goupil

A petrol-powered Phaeton, by Panhard and Levassor, 1896. Artist: Goupil
A petrol-powered Phaeton, by Panhard and Levassor, 1896. French engineer and inventor Rene Panhard and Emile Levassor became partners in 1886

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The Decauville Voiturelle, c1898-1903. Artist: Goupil

The Decauville Voiturelle, c1898-1903. Artist: Goupil
The Decauville Voiturelle, c1897-1901. A small petrol-engined car manufactured by the Decauville company around the turn of the 20th century. A print from L Automobile

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The royal drive of Leopold II, King of the Belgians, c1900s

The royal drive of Leopold II, King of the Belgians, c1900s. Leopold II (1835-1909) pictured being driven in an early motor car

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: French Grand Prix, Circuit de Touraine, Tours, France, 1923

French Grand Prix, Circuit de Touraine, Tours, France, 1923. The race was won by Britains Henry Segrave, driving a Sunbeam. Illustration from Le Petit Journal 1 July 1923

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: A terrible accident, Paris to Madrid race, 1903

A terrible accident, Paris to Madrid race, 1903. The Paris-Madrid race of 1903 was one of a series of races staged between European cities on public roads in the early 1900s

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The airship of Pierre and Paul Lebaudy, France, 1903

The airship of Pierre and Paul Lebaudy, France, 1903. The Lebaudy Brothers airship was an attempt by French designers to counter the achievements of Germany

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The attempt by the Count de la Vaulx to cross the Mediterranean by balloon, 1901. Artist: P Doye

The attempt by the Count de la Vaulx to cross the Mediterranean by balloon, 1901. Artist: P Doye
The attempt by the Count de la Vaulx to cross the Mediterranean by balloon, 1901. A print from La Vie au Grand Air, 20th October 1901

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Alberto Santos-Dumont landing his airship number 9 in Longchamp, Paris, 1903

Alberto Santos-Dumont landing his airship number 9 in Longchamp, Paris, 1903. A print from La Vie au Grand Air, 19th June 1903

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Alberto Santos-Dumont flying his airship number 10, 1903

Alberto Santos-Dumont flying his airship number 10, 1903. Brazilian Alberto Santos-Dumont (1873-1932) was an early pioneer of aviation

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The lion aeronauts, 1903

The lion aeronauts, 1903. Lions in a cage carried aloft by a balloon. A print from La Vie au Grand Air, 14 August 1903

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Night of the departure, Paris to Vienna race, 1902

Night of the departure, Paris to Vienna race, 1902. One of the classic early motor races, the Paris-Vienna was won by Frenchman Marcel Renault, driving a Renault car

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The Farman Brothers, 20th century. Artist: Lucien Faure

The Farman Brothers, 20th century. Artist: Lucien Faure
The Farman Brothers, 20th century. Maurice Alain Farman (1877-1964) and Henri Farman (1874-1958) were French aviators and aircraft designers and manufacturers

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: A print from the German magazine Simplicissimus, 10th June 1907

A print from the German magazine Simplicissimus, 10th June 1907. Simplicissimus was a satirical German weekly magazine started by Albert Langen in April 1896 and published until 1944

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: French Grand Prix, cover of the magazine La Vie au Grand Air, 1908

French Grand Prix, cover of the magazine La Vie au Grand Air, 1908. The third edition of the French Grand Prix was held at Dieppe in 1908

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: 150 per hour, 20th century. Artist: Fernel

150 per hour, 20th century. Artist: Fernel
150 per hour, 20th century

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Front cover of La Vie au Grand Air, 20 December 1902. Artist: Lucien Faure

Front cover of La Vie au Grand Air, 20 December 1902. Artist: Lucien Faure
Front cover of La Vie au Grand Air, 20 December 1902

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: The new chauffeur, French motoring cartoon, 1913. Artist: Jean Villemot

The new chauffeur, French motoring cartoon, 1913. Artist: Jean Villemot
The new chauffeur, French motoring cartoon, 1913. An illustration from the car magazine Omnia, 1913

Background imageImages Dated 22nd March 2007: Ces voiturettes!, French motoring cartoon, 1913. Artist: Jean Villemot

Ces voiturettes!, French motoring cartoon, 1913. Artist: Jean Villemot
Ces voiturettes!, French motoring cartoon, 1913. Steam rising from the radiator cap of a car as its driver chats to a cyclist. An illustration from the car magazine Omnia, October 1913


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