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Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Queen Margaret placing a paper crown on the head of the Duke of York, c1450-c1460 (18th century()

Queen Margaret placing a paper crown on the head of the Duke of York, c1450-c1460 (18th century(?)). Artist: Brown
Queen Margaret placing a paper crown on the head of the Duke of York, c1450-c1460 (18th century(?)). Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482), Queen Consort of Henry VI of England with Richard Plantagenet

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Arsenal footballer Alex James passes three Manchester City players, c1929-c1937

Arsenal footballer Alex James passes three Manchester City players, c1929-c1937. Artist: Graphic Photo Union
Arsenal footballer Alex James passes three Manchester City players, c1929-c1937. An inside forward renowned for his ball control and passing

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Old Woman Cutting Her Nails, 18th or 19th century. Artist: J Haid

Old Woman Cutting Her Nails, 18th or 19th century. Artist: J Haid
Old Woman Cutting Her Nails, 19th century(?). After a painting of 1655-1660 by Rembrandt

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: England captain Eddie Hapgood receives treatment for a broken nose after a match with Italy, 1934

England captain Eddie Hapgood receives treatment for a broken nose after a match with Italy, 1934. Tom Whittaker (1898-1956), the England teams trainer, treats Hapgoods (1908-1973) broken nose

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: German airship Graf Zeppelin flying over Wembley during the FA Cup Final, London, 1930

German airship Graf Zeppelin flying over Wembley during the FA Cup Final, London, 1930. Artist: Central Press
German airship Graf Zeppelin flying over Wembley during the FA Cup Final, London, 1930. The final was played between Arsenal and Huddersfield Town, with Arsenal winning 2-0

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932

Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932. Artist: Graphic Photo Union
Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932. The Arsenal players are Eddie Hapgood, goalkeeper Frank Moss, Herbie Roberts and George Male

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Winston Churchill greets the England football team, Wembley, London, October 1941

Winston Churchill greets the England football team, Wembley, London, October 1941. Artist: London News Agency
Winston Churchill greets the England football team, Wembley, London, October 1941. The Prime Minister being introduced to the players by England captain Eddie Hapgood before a wartime international

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: A pause for instruction from film producer Anthony Asquith, Twickenham, London, c1932

A pause for instruction from film producer Anthony Asquith, Twickenham, London, c1932. During the making of the Gainsborough Pictures film, The Lucky Number

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s

Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s. Artist: Barratts Photo Press Ltd
Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s. A left back, Hapgood (1908-1973) was Arsenals captain from 1933

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Patent vertical printing machine, Great Exhibition, London, 1851

Patent vertical printing machine, Great Exhibition, London, 1851. Applegath printing machine belonging to the The Illustrated London News. A print from The Illustrated London News, 31 May 1851

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Young Tony Hapgood shows his skills at Highbury, London, c1933-c19375). Artist: Topical Press Agency

Young Tony Hapgood shows his skills at Highbury, London, c1933-c19375). Artist: Topical Press Agency
Young Tony Hapgood shows his skills at Highbury, (1945). Watched by Arsenal footballers Eddie Hapgood (his father) (1908-1973), Frank Moss (1909-1970) and Alex James

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: First Goetheanum, front (south) view, Dornach, Switzerland, 1922

First Goetheanum, front (south) view, Dornach, Switzerland, 1922. The Goetheanum was built between 1913 and 1919 by the Austrian philosopher

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Strand front of design for new law courts, 1867. Artist: E Wimbridge

Strand front of design for new law courts, 1867. Artist: E Wimbridge
Strand front of design for new law courts, London, 1867. Design by Sir Thomas Newenham Deane. 11 architects entered the competition to design the Royal Courts of Justice

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Shahpur district police officers group, India, 1937-1938. Artist: Mool Chand & Son

Shahpur district police officers group, India, 1937-1938. Artist: Mool Chand & Son
Shahpur district police officers group, India, 1937-1938

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Shahpur district police officers group, India, 1937-1938. Artist: Mool Chand & Son

Shahpur district police officers group, India, 1937-1938. Artist: Mool Chand & Son
Shahpur district police officers group, India, 1937-1938

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Coming of age of the Marquess of Bute, Cardiff, Wales, 1868

Coming of age of the Marquess of Bute, Cardiff, Wales, 1868. The arrival of the Marquess at Cardiff, procession through the High Street

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Opening of the Suez Canal, Egypt, 1869

Opening of the Suez Canal, Egypt, 1869. Arrival of Eugenie, Empress of the French, on board the Aigle, at Port Said. The British squadron are firing their guns in salute

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Tombs of the Virginian kings, c1734. Artist: Bernard Picart

Tombs of the Virginian kings, c1734. Artist: Bernard Picart
Tombs of the Virginian kings, c1734

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Steel manufactures of Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1866. Artist: M Jackson

Steel manufactures of Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1866. Artist: M Jackson
Steel manufactures of Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1866. The Hull, or workshop, of the razor grinder, with the use of the fan. A print from The Illustrated London News, 20 January 1866

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Design for a country house in Moabit, near Berlin, Germany, c1850. Artist: Anst von W Loeillot

Design for a country house in Moabit, near Berlin, Germany, c1850. Artist: Anst von W Loeillot
Design for a country house in Moabit, near Berlin, Germany, c1850

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Gable on a residential building, Schonhausen, near Berlin, Germany, c1850

Gable on a residential building, Schonhausen, near Berlin, Germany, c1850. Artist: Anst von W Loeillot
Gable on a residential building, Schonhausen, near Berlin, Germany, c1850

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Printing presses, 19th or 20th century. Artist:s Miller

Printing presses, 19th or 20th century. Artist:s Miller
Printing presses, 19th or 20th century. Albion hand-press; Liberty platen jobbing-press; Single-cylinder jobbing machine; Single-cylinder jobbing

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The Criminal Museum at the Convict Office, Metropolitan Police Department, London, 1883

The Criminal Museum at the Convict Office, Metropolitan Police Department, London, 1883. Artist: Swain
The Criminal Museum at the Convict Office, Metropolitan Police Department, Scotland Yard, London, 1883. A print from The Illustrated London News, 13 October 1883

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Design for a house in Glienicke, Germany, c1850. Artist: Anst von W Loeillot

Design for a house in Glienicke, Germany, c1850. Artist: Anst von W Loeillot
Design for a house in Glienicke, Germany, c1850

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Sign of the Cross Keys, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards

Sign of the Cross Keys, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards
Sign of the Cross Keys, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, 1881

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The Cross Keys, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards

The Cross Keys, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards
The Cross Keys, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, 1881

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Sign of the Red Lion Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards

Sign of the Red Lion Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards
Sign of the Red Lion Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset, 1881

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The Red Lion Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards

The Red Lion Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset, 1881. Artist: Edwin Edwards
The Red Lion Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset, 1881

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Pig tailed baboon

Pig tailed baboon

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Belshazzars Feast, 19th century(?). Artist: J Horsburgh

Belshazzars Feast, 19th century(?). Artist: J Horsburgh
Belshazzars Feast, 19th century(?). Scene from the Bible ( Daniel V.17.28)

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Amphitheatre at Nismes, France, 19th century(?). Artist:s Bradshaw

Amphitheatre at Nismes, France, 19th century(?). Artist:s Bradshaw
Amphitheatre at Nismes, France, 19th century(?). Built at the end of the first century AD, the amphitheatre of the city Nimes was among the biggest in Roman Gaul

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The St Fillan Games, Scotland, 19th century(?). Artist: W Forrest

The St Fillan Games, Scotland, 19th century(?). Artist: W Forrest
The St Fillan Games, Scotland, 19th century(?). View showing Highland Games taking place at St Fillans, Perthshire

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Bishop Gardiner reproved by Henry VIII... 1546 (18th century(?)).Artist: Saunders

Bishop Gardiner reproved by Henry VIII... 1546 (18th century(?)).Artist: Saunders
Bishop Gardiner reproved by Henry VIII after his reconciliation with Catherine Par, 1546 (18th century(?)). Stephen Gardiner (c1497-1555)

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The Death of Captain Faulkner, 18th century(?). Artist: Grainger

The Death of Captain Faulkner, 18th century(?). Artist: Grainger
The Death of Captain Faulkner, 18th century(?)

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Earl Rivers presents his book to King Edward IV, c1477 (late 18th or early 19th century(?))

Earl Rivers presents his book to King Edward IV, c1477 (late 18th or early 19th century(?)). Artist: Charles Grignion
Earl Rivers presenting his translation of the Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers to King Edward IV and his family, c1477 (late 18th or early 19th century(?))

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Bulking tea at a tea warehouse, 1874

Bulking tea at a tea warehouse, 1874. A print from Sketches in a Tea Warehouse, a supplement to The Illustrated London News, 12 December 1874

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Refilling chests in a tea warehouse, 1874

Refilling chests in a tea warehouse, 1874. A print from Sketches in a Tea Warehouse, a supplement to The Illustrated London News, 12 December 1874

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The needle-room, Clerkenwell Prison, London, 1874

The needle-room, Clerkenwell Prison, London, 1874. Prisoners sewing mailbags, a common form of prison labour in British jails

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The oakum-shed, Clerkenwell Prison, London, 1874

The oakum-shed, Clerkenwell Prison, London, 1874. Oakum is a tarred fibre used in shipbuilding. It used to be made from old tarry ropes and its preparation was a common form of prison labour

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Steam engine, 1818. Artist: Lowry

Steam engine, 1818. Artist: Lowry
Steam engine, 1818. Cross section of an engine house containing an atmospheric steam engine

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Printing; type composing and distributing machines, 19th or 20th century

Printing; type composing and distributing machines, 19th or 20th century. Youngs type composer, Mitchells type composing machine and a Mitchells type distributor

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Early forms of cycles, 19th or 20th century

Early forms of cycles, 19th or 20th century. Primitive bicycles; the Dandy Horse ; Gompertzs velocipede; the Dublin velocipede; the Bone Shaker

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Maison de Campagne, c1860. Artist: Victor Petit

Maison de Campagne, c1860. Artist: Victor Petit
Maison de Campagne, c1860. Design and floor plans for a three-storey country house in the environs of Paris

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: The Matterhorn from the Col d Herens, Switzerland, c1900. Artist: J Brunner

The Matterhorn from the Col d Herens, Switzerland, c1900. Artist: J Brunner
The Matterhorn from the Col d Herens, Switzerland, c1900. View looking across the Tiefenmatten Glacier towards the mountains west face

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Action from an Arsenal v Chelsea football match, c1936-c1944. Artist: Sport & General

Action from an Arsenal v Chelsea football match, c1936-c1944. Artist: Sport & General
Action from an Arsenal v Chelsea football match, c1936-c1944. Arsenals Eddie Hapgood and Chelseas Peter Buchanan in a strange pose

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Stanley Matthews and Eddie Hapgood pause between shots during a round of golf, 1945

Stanley Matthews and Eddie Hapgood pause between shots during a round of golf, 1945. England footballers Hapgood (1908-1973) (left) and Matthews (1915-2000) off duty in Germany

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Action from an Arsenal v Sheffield United football match, c1927-1937. Artist: London News Agency

Action from an Arsenal v Sheffield United football match, c1927-1937. Artist: London News Agency
Action from an Arsenal v Sheffield United football match, c1927-1937. A split second interception, and Ball (Sheffield United) is beaten to the ball by Arsenals Eddie Hapgood

Background imageImages Dated 5th May 2010: Introductions before a RAF vs Metropolitan Police football match, Wembley, London, 1942

Introductions before a RAF vs Metropolitan Police football match, Wembley, London, 1942. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Phillip Game (1876-1961) is introduced to the RAF team before the match



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