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Background imageBow Collection: Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron

Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron
Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Queen Elizabeth (1900-2002), the mother of Queen Elizabeth II, in the robes she wore for the coronation of her daughter on 2 June 1953 at

Background imageBow Collection: The bow of Sir Ernest Shackletons exploratory vessel SS Endurance

The bow of Sir Ernest Shackletons exploratory vessel SS Endurance
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 1914: The bow of Sir Ernest Shackletons exploratory vessel SS Endurance being prepared for her Antarctic voyage in Millwall Docks, London, England

Background imageBow Collection: The Lake District - Windermere from Bowness, LMS poster, 1923-1947

The Lake District - Windermere from Bowness, LMS poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS), promoting rail travel to the Lake District, showing a view of Lake Windermere, where small yachts are seen sailing

Background imageBow Collection: Duchess of York (Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother) De Laszlo

Duchess of York (Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother) De Laszlo
Portrait by Philip de Laszlo of the Duchess of York (1900-2002), formerly Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and later Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother

Background imageBow Collection: Robert Pires with the F. A

Robert Pires with the F. A
Barclaycard Premiership Trophy as the Arsenal players bow in respect. Arsenal 4:3 Everton, F.A.Barclaycard Premiership, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London, 11/5/2002

Background imageBow Collection: Royal Navy Type 23 frigate HMS Kent

Royal Navy Type 23 frigate HMS Kent. Built by BAe Systems (formerly Yarrow Shipbuilders) at Scotstoun on the River Clyde, the current HMS Kent is the twelfth ship to bear the name

Background imageBow Collection: Portrait of Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) Earl of Beaconsfield, 1881 (oil on canvas)

Portrait of Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) Earl of Beaconsfield, 1881 (oil on canvas)
XCF267448 Portrait of Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) Earl of Beaconsfield, 1881 (oil on canvas) by Millais, John Everett (1829-96); 127.6x93.1 cm; National Portrait Gallery, London

Background imageBow Collection: MFB Bow fire station, East London

MFB Bow fire station, East London
Bow fire station was built for the MFB by the Metropolitan Board of Works in 1868, located in Glebe Road, High Street, Bow E3

Background imageBow Collection: Bryant and May Match Factory

Bryant and May Match Factory
Girls feeding a machine at the Bryant & May match factory, in Bow, East London, at the time a tax on matches was being discussed in the budget. Date: 1916

Background imageBow Collection: Mid-19th century engraving of the Strand, London N110043

Mid-19th century engraving of the Strand, London N110043
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Strand, London. Mid-nineteenth century. Showing Somerset House and St Mary le Bow. Engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageBow Collection: Cutty Sark a065203

Cutty Sark a065203
CUTTY SARK, Greenwich, London. A detail view of the bow and rigging of the Cutty Sark in its dry docking at Greenwich, looking up from the ground towards the foremast. John Gay. Date range: 1955-1965

Background imageBow Collection: King George V Dock, Canning Town, London a002108

King George V Dock, Canning Town, London a002108
KING GEORGE V DOCK, Canning Town, London. A view looking towards the bow of the Persic as she is assisted into the dock by tugs

Background imageBow Collection: Sir Jeremy Bowes J970284

Sir Jeremy Bowes J970284
KENWOOD HOUSE, SUFFOLK COLLECTION, London. " Sir Jerome Bowes" by unknown artist late 16th century. Sir Jerome was a courtier to Queen Elizabeth I

Background imageBow Collection: Firefighters working at scene of large warehouse fire

Firefighters working at scene of large warehouse fire, Bow, East London

Background imageBow Collection: City of London Union Infirmary, Mile End Road

City of London Union Infirmary, Mile End Road
Situated where Mile End Road continues as Bow Road, the City of London Union Infirmary (now St Clements Hospital) opened in 1849 as the City of London Union workhouse

Background imageBow Collection: King Charles Spaniel (oil)

King Charles Spaniel (oil)
BAL22754 King Charles Spaniel (oil) by Fulton, C. (19th century); Cadogan Gallery, London, UK; out of copyright

Background imageBow Collection: LCC-MFB West Hampstead fire station, NW London

LCC-MFB West Hampstead fire station, NW London
Built in the suburbs of a growing London, West Hampstead fire stations design reflected the semi-rural setting of the area. Located in West End Lane NW6, it still stands today

Background imageBow Collection: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1948

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1948
King George VI (1895 - 1952) and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother (1900 - 2002), pictured on the terrace in the gardens of Buckingham Palace in one of a series of pictures to mark their silver

Background imageBow Collection: The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown

The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown
The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageBow Collection: Robert Pires with the F. A

Robert Pires with the F. A
Barclaycard Premiership Trophy as the Arsenal players bow in respect. Arsenal 4:3 Everton, F.A.Barclaycard Premiership, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London, 11/5/2002

Background imageBow Collection: Picture No. 10984235

Picture No. 10984235
Cat - fat cat with bowler hat bow tie & cigar outside the Bank of England - London - UK Digital Manipulation Date

Background imageBow Collection: Harry Pollitt, member of the British Communist Party, with a defendant leaving Bow Street

Harry Pollitt, member of the British Communist Party, with a defendant leaving Bow Street police court after members of the party were arrested in London. 16th October 1925

Background imageBow Collection: Henry Scott Tukes French brigantine Julie of Nantes at the Mill Dam, Falmouth, Cornwall. Around 1886

Henry Scott Tukes French brigantine Julie of Nantes at the Mill Dam, Falmouth, Cornwall. Around 1886
The artist, Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929), purchased Julie of Nantes in 1886 for use as a floating studio. It is thought that he can be seen standing at the bow of the ship

Background imageBow Collection: Orpheus, 1896. Artist: John MacAllan Swan

Orpheus, 1896. Artist: John MacAllan Swan
Orpheus, 1896. Painting held at the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. From The Studio Volume 73. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1918]

Background imageBow Collection: Queen consorts crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937

Queen consorts crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937. The central portrait is Elizabeth, Queen Consort of George VI. The others, clockwise from top are: Alexandra, Consort of Edward VII; Isabel

Background imageBow Collection: St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082

St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London. A view looking north-east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Mary-le-Bow Church

Background imageBow Collection: A striking bow view of the giant Cunard liner, Queen Mary, at Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934

A striking bow view of the giant Cunard liner, Queen Mary, at Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934
A striking bow view of the giant Cunard liner, Queen Mary, under construction at Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934. Queen Mary was the flagship of the Cunard Line from May 1936 until October 1946 when she was

Background imageBow Collection: Front cover of The Illustrated London News Wedding Number, 28th April 1923

Front cover of The Illustrated London News Wedding Number, 28th April 1923. Commemorating the wedding of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and the Duke of York (the future King George VI)

Background imageBow Collection: Study of the Duke of York, 1923. Artist: John Singer Sargent

Study of the Duke of York, 1923. Artist: John Singer Sargent
Study of the Duke of York, 1923. A gift to Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon from the American Ambassador. A print from The Illustrated London News Wedding Number, 28th April 1923

Background imageBow Collection: Queen Elizabeth II inspecting firefighters, London

Queen Elizabeth II inspecting firefighters, London
Visit of Queen Elizabeth II to the Headquarters of the London Fire Brigade, Lambeth, on 9 June 1977

Background imageBow Collection: RMS Republic, SS Florida and wireless-telegraphy room

RMS Republic, SS Florida and wireless-telegraphy room
RMS Republic sank on 24rd January 1909, near Nantucket, Massachusetts, after collision with SS Florida had occurred the day before

Background imageBow Collection: City of London Workhouse, Bow Road, East London

City of London Workhouse, Bow Road, East London
Situated where Mile End Road continues as Bow Road in East London, the City of London Union Workhouse opened in 1849. The palatial building, designed by Richard Tress

Background imageBow Collection: City of London Infirmary, Bow Road, East London

City of London Infirmary, Bow Road, East London
Situated where Mile End Road continues as Bow Road, the City of London Union Infirmary (now St Clements Hospital) opened in 1849 as the City of London Union workhouse

Background imageBow Collection: Diana of the Hunt, 1901 (w / c on paper)

Diana of the Hunt, 1901 (w / c on paper)
PNH371952 Diana of the Hunt, 1901 (w/c on paper) by Shaw, John Byam Liston (1872-1919); 76x54 cm; Private Collection; Photo ePeter Nahum at The Leicester Galleries, London; English, out of copyright

Background imageBow Collection: Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria

Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, husband and Prince Consort of Queen Victoria (26 August 1819 - 14 December 1861). From " Albert The Good; Scenes in the Life of The Prince Consort"

Background imageBow Collection: Oscar Peterson, Wembley Town Hall, London, 1968. Creator: Brian Foskett

Oscar Peterson, Wembley Town Hall, London, 1968. Creator: Brian Foskett
Oscar Peterson, Wembley Town Hall, London, 1968

Background imageBow Collection: King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). Creator: Unknown

King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). Creator: Unknown
King George Vs Silver Jubilee, 1935, (1937). The Duke and Duchess of York with their children Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose and the Duke and Duchess of Kent leaving St

Background imageBow Collection: Two of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, early 14th century

Two of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, early 14th century. Illustration from Illuminated Manuscripts in the British Museum, Miniatures, Borders, and Initials by George F Warner, series I

Background imageBow Collection: Two Strings To Her Bow, 1887, (1938). Artist: John Pettie

Two Strings To Her Bow, 1887, (1938). Artist: John Pettie
Two Strings To Her Bow, 1887. Painting housed in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. From World-Famous Paintings edited by J. Greig Pirie [W. & G. Foyle, Ltd, London, 1938.]

Background imageBow Collection: Cupid's hunting fields, 1880 (oil on canvas)

Cupid's hunting fields, 1880 (oil on canvas)
930319 Cupid's hunting fields, 1880 (oil on canvas) by Burne-Jones, Edward Coley (1833-98); Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageBow Collection: Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting (coloured engraving)

Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting (coloured engraving)
729474 Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting (coloured engraving) by Davis, Lucien (1860-1941); Private Collection; (add.info.: Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting)

Background imageBow Collection: Marriage of Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon 1923

Marriage of Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon 1923
Marriage of Duke of York (later George VI) and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at Westminster Abbey, London. Archbishop of Canterbury performing the ceremony the King and Queen standing behind

Background imageBow Collection: Clothing Fashion 1958: 'Ascot Models'1959 spring collection

Clothing Fashion 1958: "Ascot Models"1959 spring collection
Clothing Fashion 1958: " Ascot Models" 1959 spring collection and enough material to decorate your dog with a large bow or walking our jacket

Background imageBow Collection: Cinderella at the London Hippodrome

Cinderella at the London Hippodrome
Cinderella, the first pantomime at the London Hippodrome, which received rave reviews. Top photographs show Hetty Chattel as the Prince, Ruth Lytton as Dandini and Amy Farrell as Cinderella

Background imageBow Collection: Beneath the Quadriga, May 12 1937

Beneath the Quadriga, May 12 1937. From Coronation Souvenir Book 1937, edited by Gordon Beckles. [Daily Express, London, 1937]

Background imageBow Collection: Study of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, 1923. Artist: John Singer Sargent

Study of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, 1923. Artist: John Singer Sargent
Study of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, 1923. Presented to her by Prince Paul of Serbia as a wedding present prior to her marriage to the Duke of York, the future King George VI

Background imageBow Collection: Womens clothing for May 1913

Womens clothing for May 1913
Women models wearing the latest fashionable garments for evening and walking. Date: 1913

Background imageBow Collection: Ella Shields, WW1 entertainment

Ella Shields, WW1 entertainment
Ella Shields (1879-1952) music hall entertainer and male impersonator, most famous as Burlington Bertie from Bow dressed up as both a soldier and a sailor during the First World War. Date: 1917



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