This game company logo
The logo for this company 😌
Total Rail Solutions. A railway logistics and maintenance company in the UK.
USS Sturtevant (DD-240), progress picture, stern view, at New York Shipbuilding Company, Camden, New Jersey, January 1918 [2244 x 2871]
Chorizo Mac & Cheese – Morgantown Brewing Company, WV[OC]
SS MANCHESTER in dock at Buffalo Dry Dock Company, 1919 / 281′ Great Lakes freighter, launched 1889, scrapped c. 1960. [1600×1340]
Concept of flood-proof Georgian townhouses by the D*Haus Company (1704px x 1357px)
The first company share based stock exchange on the planet: ‘Hendrick de Keyser’s Beurs’ Amsterdam 1608. [1024×576]
Abandoned train that was used by Oriënt-Express company, Leuven, Belgium
I hate when I accidentally buy a company worth more than $100 billion because of a simple misunderstanding
The Springfield M1A is an awesome rifle. Made by a trash company. Unless you wised up and bought a golden era model.
The motto containing the name of the cigar company on this lounge door.
This logo for a construction company called Knight(in French).
College Life Insurance Company Headquarters, Indianapolis by Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates, 1972 [1000 x 666]
Cast iron mechanical artillery coin bank manufactured by the Shepard Hardware Company, c. 1892. To operate the bank, the mortar’s hammer is pulled back, raising the soldier’s arm. A coin is placed in the mortar. Pressing a lever causes the… Continue Reading
Got this from a company that’s working to restore and reprint old, all-but-forgotten books!
a.l. burt company, probably oldest book i own and know nothing about it.
Launching of USS Oklahoma (BB 37) at New York Shipbuilding Company, Camden, New Jersey, March 23, 1914 [2544 x 2005]
The Great Dry Dock, Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, South Carolina. Detroit Photographic Company, circa 1891-1912. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. [2805 x 2204]
Protected cruiser, USS Chicago (later CA-14), in drydock. Chicago was one of the A,B,C,D ships – the first steel ships of the U.S. Navy and sank in July 1936 while being towed in the Pacific from Honolulu to San Francisco.… Continue Reading
Here’s a museum quality megalodon tooth! So happy my last post did well, I work for a marine paleontology company and might post here fairly often from now on!
Launching of USS Oklahoma (BB 37) at New York Shipbuilding Company, Camden, New Jersey, March 23, 1914. This photograph shows the supports for the battleship before launching. [2747 x 2145]
Painted felt top hat worn by fireman James G. Barry of Washington Fire Company No. 3, c. 1833. [3928×2731]
Rivadavia under construction on 2 December 1912 at Fore River Shipbuilding company, Quincy, Massachusetts [3796 x 5198]
United States (CVA-58). Workmen lay the ship’s 15-ton keel plate and initial shell plate, in a construction dry dock at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company shipyard, Newport News, Virginia, 18 April 1949. The carrier was cancelled a… Continue Reading