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Gold medallion showing the Emperor Constantius Chlorus, Roman, (c296 AD?). Artist: Unknown
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Clown costume, 19th century. Artist: Unknown
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Princess Charlotte's wedding dress, 1816. Artist: Unknown
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The Grand Lounge, Regent Street, London. Artist: Unknown
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'The Coronation Banquet of King George IV in Westminster Hall', 1821. Artist: Unknown
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'The Fashions of the Hour at Suppertime', 1926. Artist: H Hookway Cowles
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South entrance of the Carlton House, Westminster, London. Artist: Unknown
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'James Selby's Brighton Coach outside the New White Horse Cellar, Piccadilly, c1888.   Artist: AS Bishop
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'Rat-Catching at the Blue Anchor Tavern, Bunhill Row, Finsbury', c1850. Artist: Unknown
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Delftware floor tiles, early 17th century. Artist: Unknown
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Hunting deity with a dog. Artist: Unknown
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Exterior of Wormull & Cutler, a hardware shop, (late 19th century?). Artist: Unknown
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The Cookshop. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
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'The Good Samaritan', 1772. Artist: Ravend
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Paul before Felix, Plate I, 1751. Artist: William Hogarth
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Vets at the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), London, 1951. Artist: Henry Grant
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Execution at Tyburn, 1803. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
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North entrance of the Carlton House, Westminster, London. Artist: Unknown
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'Stage Coach Setting Off', early 19th century. Artist: Robert Havell
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The postman, early 19th century. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
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Showing off in Rotten Row, Hyde Park, London, (late 18th century?). Artist: Unknown
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'The Military Prophet: or A Flight from Providence', 1750. Artist: Unknown
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Bus conductress and driver at Crystal Palace, Sydenham, London, 1962. Artist: Henry Grant
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Looking at accomodation notices and job vacancy advertisements in a newsagents window, c1955. Artist: Henry Grant
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Arch outside the main entrance to Euston Station, Camden, London, 1952. Artist: Henry Grant
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Two Afro-Caribbean men reading a map in the street, London, (c1950s?).   Creator: Henry Grant.
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Hampstead Funfair, Camden, London, 1954. Artist: Henry Grant
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St Paul's Cathedral churchyard, London, 1952. Artist: Henry Grant
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Punks at a festival, early 1980s. Artist: Henry Grant
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Brighton Beach, East Sussex, mid 1960s. Artist: Henry Grant
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Pavlova dancing the Autumn Bacchanal, (c1911?). Artist: Maurice Charpentier-mio
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Slum sister giving out farthing breakfast, London. Artist: Unknown
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Children queuing for farthing breakfast, Hanbury Street, London. Artist: Unknown
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Meeting of London City Mission (LCM) at Barnet Fair, Barnet, London, early 20th century. Artist: John Galt
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A missionary and three women, London, early 20th century. Artist: John Galt
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Cat's meat man in an East End street, London, c1901-c1902. Artist: John Galt
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Sunday bird fair, Sclater Street, off Brick Lane, London, c1900. Artist: John Galt
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Cat's meat man in an East End street, London, c1902. Artist: John Galt
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Making firewood from scrap timber, 1900s.  Artist: John Galt
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Sunday bird fair, Sclater Street, off Brick Lane, London, 1900s. Artist: John Galt
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