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Collection of scrapbooks and notes on the London Regiment compiled by H N Cole. Archives 1996-10-97
Photograph and autograph album of 1st King Edward's Horse (The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment), 1914-1915; associated with World War One, Home Front and Western Front (1914-1918). Archives 2004-09-230
Photograph and autograph album of 1st King Edward's Horse (The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment), 1914-1915; associated with World War One, Home Front and Western Front (1914-1918). Photographs 2004-09-230
17 colour transparencies of the 15th/ 19th Hussars at the Queen's Birthday Parade at Penang, Malaya, 1957; taken by L/Cpl R N Eason-Gibson, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 1957; associated with Malaya (1948-1957). Photographs 2004-09-231
G W Molyneux Lt Col 8th Hussars. Lithograph after an unknown artist, nd; half length portrait in uniform. Prints 2004-10-1
His Late/ Royal Highness Frederick Duke Of Your [sic] And Albany &c. &c. &c./ Commander in chief of the British Army./ Died 5th January 1827 Aged 64. Coloured etching by an unknown artist; published by John Williams, 44 Paternoster Row, Jan 1827. Prints 2004-10-2
Collection of notes relating to the history of the Ealing and Brentford Volunteers 1798-1806; compiled by R G L Rivis; associated with Napoleonic Wars, Home Defence (1803-1815). Archives 1996-10-98
Papers of Maj Gen M H Saward, Royal Artillery, 1880 (c)-1928 (c); includes two items of correspondence regarding the Battle of Maiwand (1880) and a printed appreciation of his career; papers also relate to his command of the defences of Guernsey and Alderney from 1899-1905, considerable correspondence relating to Saward's role in the revision of Kane's List of Royal Artillery Officers during World War One (1914-1918) and correspondence between his daughter and Gen J C Dalton following Saward's death in 1928. Archives 1996-10-99
Notes relating to Gen Charles George Gordon compiled by Miss K Sidebottom. Papers concerning the life of Gen C G Gordon (1833-1885), assembled by Miss K Sidebottom of Bramhall, Stockport, Cheshire, and presented to AMOT by Alan Taylor of Horley, Surrey, in October 1991. Archives 1996-10-100
Collection of newspaper cuttings, report, photographs and technical manuals compiled by Lt Col James Robert William Murland, World War Two; mainly relating to Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) development during the war in Britain and other countries and also the work of the Fighting Vehicle Proving Establishment at Chobham; the technical files are listed in their original order A-S; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Archives 1996-10-101
Collection of newspaper cuttings, report, photographs and technical manuals compiled by Lt Col James Robert William Murland, World War Two; mainly relating to Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) development during the war in Britain and other countries and also the work of the Fighting Vehicle Proving Establishment at Chobham; the technical files are listed in their original order A-S; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Photographs 1996-10-101
Notes relating to Rifle Volunteers compiled by J Steeple. Archives 1996-10-102
Papers and photographs relating to the service of Cpl Gerald McLeod Carey, London Scottish Regiment, and as a prisoner of war, 1908-1919; he was captured in early November, possibly at Messines on the 31 Oct 1914; associated with the Battle of Ypres (1914), World War One, Western Front and POWs (1914-1918). Archives 1996-10-103
Research notes and private papers of Maj G Tylden relating mainly to the military history of South Africa. Archives 1996-10-104
Official papers and correspondence compiled by Col W K Mitford in his capacity as Chairman for the Emergency Committee for Petworth in West Sussex, 1914-1915; relating to the organisation of the Sussex Emergency Scheme for Anti-Invasion Measures; associated with World War One, Home Front (1914-1918). Archives 1996-10-105
Diaries of Capt E G Dunn, Royal Irish Rifles, 1901-1907; 1909; 1912. Archives 1996-10-106
Collection of papers and notebooks relating to British military uniforms compiled by H G Parkyn. Archives 1996-10-108
Twelve diaries and other papers of Maj Gen Llewellyn Price-Davies VC, King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1899-1944; associated with Boer War (1899-1902), World War One (1914-1918) and World War Two (1939-1945). Archives 1996-10-109
Twelve diaries and other papers of Maj Gen Llewellyn Price-Davies VC, King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1899-1944; associated with Boer War (1899-1902), World War One (1914-1918) and World War Two (1939-1945). Maps 1996-10-109
Personal scrapbooks, 1942 diary and official papers of Lt Gen Robert Hadden Haining, 1935 (c)-1959 (c); collection includes considerable material in his period as Intendant General, Middle East, during 1941-1942; associated with World War Two, Middle East and North Africa (1940-1943). Archives 1996-10-110
Personal scrapbooks, 1942 diary and official papers of Lt Gen Robert Hadden Haining, 1935 (c)-1959 (c); collection includes considerable material in his period as Intendant General, Middle East, during 1941-1942; associated with World War Two, Middle East and North Africa (1940-1943). Photographs 1996-10-110
Correspondence and notes on uniform compiled by L E Buckell. Archives 1996-10-111
Photograph album associated with the South African War 1901-1902; compiled by A J F Eden, Oxfordshire Light Infantry; associated with Boer War (1899-1902). Photographs 1996-10-129
Album of photographs, Nigeria and Ashanti, 1899-1901, compiled by A J F Eden, Oxfordshire Light Infantry; associated with Boer War (1899-1902). Photographs 1996-10-128
Pattern 1822 officer's sword for Royal Artillery and Royal Corps of Transport, 1891 (c); sealed pattern, resealed 9 Jun 1999 as an obsolete pattern; blade manufactured by Wilkinson Sword Company Limited, London, England, for export. Edged Weapons 2004-09-232
Pattern 1822 scabbard for officer's sword for Royal Artillery and Royal Corps of Transport, 1891 (c); sealed pattern, resealed 9 Jun 1999 as an obsolete pattern; made of nickel plated steel with two suspension rings. Edged Weapons 2004-09-233
Sam Browne sword scabbard, Infantry and Corps, for Field Service, nd; standard pattern, sealed 25 Nov 1968; made of brown leather with leather loop to be attached to the frog. Edged Weapons 2004-09-234
Sam Browne sword scabbard, Royal Armoured Corps, for Field Service, nd; sealed pattern, resealed 9 Jun 1999 as an obsolete pattern; made of brown leather with a leather loop to be attached to the frog. Edged Weapons 2004-09-235
Eighteen copy postcard photographs from a prisoner of war camp in Quedlinburg, Germany; associated with George Dickey, World War One, POWs (1914-1918). Photographs 2004-09-236
Sealed pattern skean dhu (sgian dubh) and scabbard for all officers of Scottish regiments, nd; resealed 9 Jun 1999 as an obsolete pattern. Edged Weapons 2004-09-237
Two National Service Act certificates for the enlistment of Thomas Arthur Burrows, 1942-1945 and a Soldier's Service and Pay Book belonging to Walter Albert Gee, Royal Army Medical Corps; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Archives 2004-09-238
Three commissions appointing James Pattison Cockburn, Royal Artillery, a Lieutenant Colonel, 1825, Colonel, 1837, and Major General, 1846. Archives 2004-09-239
Photograph of the Monument at Waima, Sierra Leone, dedicated to men from the West India Regiment who were killed in an encounter with French troops, 23-24 Dec 1893. Photographs 2004-09-240
Extracts from the diary of Maj G S McKay, Ship's Adjutant on the Llangibby Castle, 1944-1945, and D-Day Landings; associated with World War Two, N W Europe (1944-1945). Archives 2004-09-241
Collection of postal items associated with the Zulu War (1879) and the Boer War (1899-1902). Archives 2004-09-242
Album of 42 black and white photographic prints of British officers, 1914 (c)-1918 (c); most are Army and Indian Army officers although some Royal Navy personnel are included; associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Photographs 2004-09-243
Collection of various publications and propaganda leaflets by the American Army and Korean People's Army during the Korean War (1950-1953); also associated with Fanara, Egypt (1945-1956) and Hong Kong. Archives 2004-10-75
Album of 86 photographs and postcard photographs collected by the 1/7 Middlesex Regiment in Gibraltar, where they were stationed from September 1914 to February 1915, and in France from March 1915-1917; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Photographs 2004-10-76
Word processed book: The Old Contemptibles; written by Col Charles Jardine and edited by Iris Pattison; book includes his thoughts and experiences of the British Army from the 1890s in South Africa, Boer War (1899-1902), to World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Archives 2004-10-77
Bound set of service papers, 1886-1899 and one notebook on cooking, 1918 (c) associated with Sgt Christopher Wilkins, Royal Engineers, World War One (1914-1918). Archives 2004-10-78
Photograph of Bdr Robert Craig, far right, and five other soldiers standing in a farmyard, possibly during commando training in Scotland, nd, 1941 (c), World War Two (1939-1945). Photographs 2004-10-79
Sheet music, lyrics and notes associated with 'D-Day Dodger' and 'Our Friends in England Told Us'; songs written by D A Harris, D Pring and J Lacey, all Captains in the 78th (Battleaxe) Division, Royal Engineers, stationed in Italy, 1944 and Austria, 1945; associated with World War Two, Italy (1943-1945) and North West Europe (1944-1945). Archives 2004-10-80
Two handled silver cup, 1930; manufactured by Walker and Hall, hallmarked Sheffield, 1929-1930; associated with 6561196 Rfm Leslie Bailey, C Coy London Rifle Brigade. Silver 2004-10-85
A Representation of the Cloathing of His Majesty's Houshold [sic] and of all the Forces upon the Establishments of/ Great Britain ... 1742. Volume of 104 coloured engravings, no details, published 1742 (c); covering the Gentleman Pensioners and Yeomen of the Guard, cavalry infantry to 52nd Regiment of Foot, and Marines; with manuscript lists of Colonels on facing pages. Prints 2004-10-87
Newspaper cutting from the letters page of 'The Daily Telegraph', 1930 (c); letter is from Fred S Tuffield, late 13th Hussars, outlining details of the Charge of the Light Brigade trumpet call related to him by Sgt Richard Davis, who was present as a trumpeter in 1854; associated with James Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan and the Battle of Balaklava, Crimean War (1854-1856), 1854. Archives 2004-10-88
Sound cassette: oral history interview with L/Cpl R N Eason-Gibson, 5 Sep 2004; served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, attached A Sqn 15/19th King's Royal Hussars, during National Service, Malaya, 1955-1957; associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Sound Recordings 2004-10-89
Collection of documents and a CD ROM [Restricted] relating to the British Army, 2001-2002; collected by the Directorate of Corporate Communications (Army); associated with International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), Afghanistan (2001-2014). Archives 2004-10-90
Collection of documents and a CD ROM [Restricted] relating to the British Army, 2001-2002; collected by the Directorate of Corporate Communications (Army); associated with International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), Afghanistan (2001-2014). Film and Videos 2004-10-90
Photograph of the Commonwealth contingents for the Queen Mother's funeral, in Maj Gen Redmond-Watt's London office, 9 Apr 2002; associated with Maj S Bennett, Canadian Medical Services, Black Watch of Canada, Australian and New Zealand Medical Corps, Cape Town Highlanders, Witwatersrand Rifles. Photographs 2004-10-91
Copy of a daguerrotype of Lt Owen Wynne Gray, 39th Regiment of Foot, 1845 (c). Photographs 2004-10-92
Two course notebooks with detailed notes by Lt S R Crowl taken whilst on musketry training courses, 1916 and 1917; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Archives 2004-10-93
The Soldier's Grave. Lithograph by W Clerk, 1816 (c), published by I Paine, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London, 1840 (c); three children gathered round a tomb to a soldier who fell at Waterloo; associated with Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Prints 2004-10-3
Bataille De Waterloo/ 18 Juin 1815. Coloured lithograph by and after V Adam, 1815 (c); printed by Lemercier, Benard and Company, published by Jeannin, 20 Place du Louvre, Paris, France, 1815 (c); associated with Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Prints 2004-10-4
I'd be a Butterfly/ Born in a bower. Coloured etched aquatint by Joe Lisle 1830 (c) [?]; publisher unknown, nd; an Army veteran wearing some worn items of military uniform, supported on an upturned broom handle and a crutch, selling matches and printed text. Prints 2004-10-5
General Sir. Wm. Robertson G.C.B. K.C.V.O D.S.O./ A.D.C. to the King/ 1918. Watercolour by C Hunt, 1918 (c); caricature of Gen Sir William Robertson in uniform, standing in profile to the left, with his arms folded across his chest, smoking a cigarette; signed lower right 'C Hunt'. Drawings and Watercolours 2004-10-6
Major. General R.Hutchison D.S.O./ Director of Organisations/ 1918. Watercolour by C Hunt, 1918 (c); caricature of Maj Gen Robert Hutchison in uniform, standing in profile to the left, with his hands in his trouser pockets; signed lower right 'C Hunt'. Drawings and Watercolours 2004-10-7
Major General Sir J.Capper K.C.B/ Director Gen. The Tank Corps/ 1918. Watercolour by C Hunt, 1918; caricature of Maj Gen Sir John Edward Capper in uniform, standing in profile to the left, holding a smoking pipe, with a tank in the background; signed lower right 'C Hunt 18'. Drawings and Watercolours 2004-10-8
Lieut General Sir.C.A.T. Sloggett K.C.B. K.C.M.G. K.C.V.O./ F.R.C.S. K.H.S Surgeon-General./ 1918. Watercolour by C Hunt, 1918 (c); caricature of Lt Gen Sir Arthur Thomas Sloggett in uniform, standing in profile to the left, wearing a monocle, with a stick in his hand; signed lower right 'C Hunt'. Drawings and Watercolours 2004-10-9
View of the West Bank of the Hudson's River 3 Miles above Still Water, upon which the Arm under the command of Lt. General Burgoyne, took post on the 20th Sepr 1777./ (Shewing General Frazer's Funeral.). Etching by Barlow, artist unknown; published by William Lane, Leadenhall Street, London, 1 Jan 1789. Prints 2004-10-10
'L. CAPP./ Tea Dealer, Grocer, Confectioner and Fruiterer, Market Place, Sleaford.… Insurrection Of Cabul'. Wood engraving printed in blue, printed by M Billing, 75 and 76 Newhall Street, Birmingham for L Capp, Market Place, Sleaford, 1842 (c). Prints 2004-10-11
Invisctiss Gulielm Cavendish March Et Com Novi Castri, Vicom Mansfield, Dom Ogle Bar Bottle & C.…Line engraving by Vorstermans, publisher unknown, 1825 (c); bust length portrait of William Cavendish, Viscount Mansfield (later 1st Duke of Newcastle), in armour. Prints 2004-10-12
Lieutt. Colonel Patrick Macleaod./ (78th. Regt. of foot). Mezzotint by John Young after George Watson, published by D Hatton, 56 Princes Street, 1 Feb 1809; three-quarter length portrait standing in uniform, leaning on a column with a vase on it, the plinth of which is inscribed 'From the Patriotic fund at Lloyd's to Lieut/ Col Macleod of the 78th Regt of foot…'. Prints 2004-10-13
Plains of Waterloo/ A Picturesque and Topographical view of the plains of Waterloo where the memorable Battle was gained by the Allied Army…Lithograph by an unknown artist, 1815 (c); unknown publisher, 1820 (c); view of the Plains of Waterloo, with the salient features identified using a numbered key. Prints 2004-10-14
The Right Honorable Magnanumus [sic]/ & vindicated William Lord Craven/ Baron of Hampsteed [sic]/ Marshall. Line engraving, artist unknown, 1689 (c); publisher unknown, 1689 (c); equestrian portrait of William Craven, Earl of Craven in armour and holding a baton, with a battle raging in the background; with verses top left. Prints 2004-10-15
Vera Etaccvrata Effigies Richardi Eltoni Generosi/ Bristol. Nec Nor Artis Militaris Magistri Ano 1649. Line engraving by W S after John Droeshout, London, 1649 (c); bust length portrait in armour of Richard Elton, author of 'The Compleat Body of the Art Military', 1650. Prints 2004-10-16
Catalogue/ Of/ The Official Correspondence/ Of/ General Robert Monckton/ during his Service in North America, 1752-1763,/ And/ a few Oil Paintings by Benjamin West,P.R.A./ The Property Of/ George Edward Monkton, Esq.'. Catalogue of Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1921. Prints 2004-10-17
Trinity Chapel And Royal Arsenal Gates Woolwich. Steel engraving by an unknown artist, 1840 (c); unknown publisher, 1840 (c); view of the chapel and gates with civilian pedestrians in the foreground. Prints 2004-10-18
General. Sir E.H.H. Allenby G.C.B. Col 5th Lancers/ General Commanding Egypt./ 1918. Watercolour by C Hunt, 1918 (c); associated with World War One, Egypt and Palestine (1914-1918). Drawings and Watercolours 2004-10-19
General Studholme Hodgson. Stipple engraving by W Bond after George Romney, nd; publisher unknown, 27 May 1796; half length portrait of General (later Field Marshal) Hodgson in uniform, looking to right. Prints 2004-10-20
Marquis Wellesley. Stipple engraving by Ridley, Holl and Blood, nd; publisher unknown, nd; bust length portrait in uniform of Richard Wellesley, first Marquis Wellesley, in an oval. Prints 2004-10-21
Rotunda, Woolwich. Steel engraving by G Dawe, nd; published by Rixon, 9 Southampton Place, New Road, Woolwich, nd; view of the Rotunda with troops marching past in the foreground. Prints 2004-10-22
Royal Military Academy & Shooters Hill. Steel engraving by R Rixon, Library, Woolwich, after W Pease, 1840 (c); view of the Royal Military Academy Woolwich, with the hill in the background and cattle grazing in the foreground. Prints 2004-10-23
Sir James John Hamilton Bart. M.P. Etching by F Delen, Brussels after Wilkie, publisher unknown, 1837 (c); half-length portrait in uniform. Prints 2004-10-24
Volunteer Rifle/ Artillery Company/ Volunteer Rifle/ Volunteer Rifle/ No. 66. Coloured etched aquatint, artist unknown, published by A Park, 47 Leonard Street, London, 1850 (c); four uniform vignettes showing single figures in camps or rural settings. Prints 2004-10-25
Volunteer Rifle/ Volunteer Rifle/ Volunteer Rifle/ Volunteer Rifle/ No 65. Coloured etched aquatint, artist unknown, published by A Park, 47 Leonard Street, London, 1850 (c); four uniform vignettes showing single figures in camps or rural settings. Prints 2004-10-26
Volunteer Rifle 3/7. Coloured etched aquatint, artist unknown, published by A Park, 47 Leonard Street, London, 1850 (c); a rifle volunteer stands in front of a rifle range with tents and a church spire in the background. Prints 2004-10-27
Proposed Obelisk In Eskdale In Honour Of Major Gen. Sir John Malcolm. G.C.B. &c &c. Lithograph by R E Depart, Chatham, after R Howe, publisher unknown, 1835 (c); the design for an obelisk to commemorate Maj Gen Sir John Malcolm, with dimensions below. Prints 2004-10-28
Royal Military Academy Woolwich. Etching, artist unknown, published by E Jones, Thomas Street, Woolwich, 1840 (c); a view of the front façade of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, with cattle grazing in the right foreground. Prints 2004-10-29
The Captain's March. Coloured lithograph by and after R J Hamilton, printed by M and N Hanhart, published by Brewer and Company, London, 1860 (c); music cover with the original music showing Life Guards marching through streets. Prints 2004-10-30
The Long-Range Quadrille/ Dedicated (By Permission) To/ Sir W.G. Armstrong, C.B. Colour lithograph by and after W W Pearson, 1860 (c); printed by J Griffiths, published by J M Jewell, 104 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London, nd; music cover with the original music showing artillery on a coastal defence being fired. Prints 2004-10-31
The London Season Galop. Colour lithograph by and after Concanen Lee Siebe, published by Metzler and Company, Great Marlborough Street, London, nd; music cover with the original music showing a military band performing outside St James' Palace, London, 1860 (c). Prints 2004-10-32
Crimea/ Military Quadrille. Tinted lithograph printed by M and N Hanhart, publisher unknown, 1860 (c); music cover with the original music showing the Guards memorial to the Crimean War in Waterloo Place, London, erected in 1860. Prints 2004-10-33
The Battle Of Worcester, 1651. Engraving by James Caldwall after artist unknown, published by Machell Stace, 5 Middle Scotland Yard, London, 19 Apr 1810; a battle scene rages in the left foreground; with a view of the city of Worcester and its cathedral in the background to the right. Prints 2004-10-34
Blockley's Royal Procession March. Colour lithograph music cover with the original music, by and after T Packer, printed by Stannard and Dixon, published by John Blockley, Park Road, Hampstead, London, nd; music cover with the original music showing a royal procession, possibly for the marriage of Prince Albert Edward (later King Edward VII) and Alexandra, 1863. Prints 2004-10-35
Brig General W Horwood D.S.O. Provost Marshall/ 1918. Watercolour by C Hunt, 1918 (c); caricature of Brig Gen Sir Thomas Francis Horwood in uniform, standing in profile to the right, smoking a cigarette with a long cigarette-holder; signed lower right 'C Hunt'. Drawings and Watercolours 2004-10-36
In The Catacombs, Beneath This Spot, Rest The Mortal Remains Of Lieutenant General Sir John Hamilton, Of Woodbrook, Baronet, G.C.T.S... Lithograph by J Basire after E Physick, publisher unknown, 16 Park Terrace, Regents Park, London, nd, 1835 (c); the funerary monument to Lt Gen Sir John Hamilton. Prints 2004-10-37
The Guard's March/ Inscribed To/ Field Marshal H.R.H. The Duke Of Cambridge. Colour lithograph, printed by Stannard and Dixon, nd; published by John Blockley, Park Road, Hampstead, London, 1860 (c); music cover with the original music showing the Guards on Parade. Prints 2004-10-38
Members of the National Club,/ cultivating various skilful and manly exercises, at the Stadium at Chelsea, being a British Arena for such Pursuits. Colour lithograph, artist unknown, nd; printed by Day and Haghe, 17 Gate Street, published by the proprietors of the Stadium at Chelsea Farm, later Lord Cremornes, 28 May 1831. Prints 2004-10-39
A British soldier, his body recoiling as he is shot in the upper body, 1918 (c); etching after Miles Balmford Sharpe, nd. Prints 2004-10-40
The Duke of Monmouth exchanging Cloaths [sic] with a Shepherd to conceal himself after his defeat at the battle of Sedgeley-moor. Etching by Sparrow after Benezach, published by W and J Stratford, 14 Jan 1792; stipple engraving by Van Den Berghe after S Harding, after Sir Peter Lely, published by E and S Harding, No 109 Pall Mall, London, 27 Oct 1792. Prints 2004-10-41
Victories of Wellington. Storming the town of Badajos, 5th April 1812. Coloured etched aquatint after artist unknown, published by J L Marks, 91 Long Lane, Smithfield, nd; the British soldiers charging from the right, while the French defend their position to the left, with enemy fire raining down from the fortified town. Prints 2004-10-42
Perking's Steam Gun. Etching by William Heath, published in the 'Northern Looking Glass', published by John Watson, Glasgow, 26 Dec 1825. Prints 2004-10-43
Members of the National Club,/ cultivating various skilful and manly exercises, at the Stadium at Chelsea, being a British Arena for such Pursuits. Lithograph, artist unknown, printed by Day and Haghe, 17 Gate Street, published by the proprietors of the Stadium at Chelsea Farm, later Lord Cremornes, 28 May 1831. Prints 2004-10-44
Consumption of Smoke/ No 1 Life of a Soldier. Etching by William Heath, published in the 'Northern Looking Glass', published by John Watson, Glasgow, 1825; four scenes, three of them civilian, but the fourth, the first in a series charting military life; a farmer is accosted by a recruiting party while digging in a field. Prints 2004-10-45
Frontispiece and 4 plates from a book showing memorial plaques in memory of officers who fell at the Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815; mixed method engravings by W Batlett after ME (M Egerton), published by Pyall and Hunt, 18 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, 1 Apr 1825; from a book containing 27 coloured plates. Prints 2004-10-46
Coloured etched Valentine's card, artist unknown, publisher unknown, 1815 (c); Valentine's card with a military subject; an officer stands leaning on a sword, with soldiers on parade behind him; the scene set within and oval frame surrounded by flowers and with two doves above. Prints 2004-10-47
Coloured etched Valentine's card, artist unknown, publisher unknown, 1815 (c); showing an officer leading a young woman in the direction of a church; inscribed, 'Tis Valentines day to Church lets away, no longer I'll wait let us marry./ You promis'd dear Maid that you would be mine, if I till this day would but tarry.' Prints 2004-10-48
Victories of Wellington St Sebastians. taken by storm 31st July 1813. Coloured etched aquatint after artist unknown, published by J L Marks, 91 Long Lane, Smithfield, nd; the British soldiers charging from the left and the French from the right, with the dead of both armies trampled underfoot in the foreground. Prints 2004-10-49
Military Gazette, Infantry Officers/ Regulation Patterns. Etching by William Heath, published in the 'Northern Looking Glass', published by John Watson, Glasgow, 1825 (c); six officers displaying exaggerated Army unifoms. Prints 2004-10-50
The Mission of Mercy: Florence Nightingale receiving the Wounded at Scutari, 1855 (c); mixed method engraving by Samuel Bellin after Jerry Barrett, published by Agnew and Sons, 1858; Florence Nightingale standing beside the gates of the hospital at Scutari receiving the wounded soldiers during the Crimean War (1854-1856). Prints 2004-10-51