Cigar case with cigar owned by convicted English murderer Dr. William Palmer, French, c. 1840-1855. [2832×4256]
Two English Beauties
Picture of “Wound Man” from an English anatomical treatise, c. 1400-1600. Presumably served as a reminder of the injuries to which the human body is prone. These typically range from blows to the head, to stab wounds and bites by… Continue Reading
English Bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) [OC 3456 x 5184]
Remembering these old boys from my local pub, and all the other brave men, including my late grandfather, who set off across the English Channel 75 years ago today, to free Europe from Nazi tyranny.
This license plate I saw in Dubai, which incorporates the Arabic writing into the English word. [3024×3709] [OC]
Pair of wooden crutches thought to have been used by a leper who had lost the use of their legs, English, c. 1700-1800. [4256×2832]
Dissembled handheld compass microscope in box, English, c. 1730-1770. [4296×3200]
Ivory toothpick case, English, c. 1800-1850. [4175×3012]
Painted metal pharmacy sign listing the types of goods the shop sold including leeches and patent medicines, English, c. 1800-1900. [2832×4256]
The oldest printed advertisment in English, London 1477 [1600×1135]
My French and English bookshelf
Burger- Carmelized onions, English cheddar, Gochujang sauce, Pretzel bun
An english Georgian fob seal used to seal letters, kept on a silver chain usually with a pocket watch, the base is cut glass and this one imprints the dove returning from the ark with an olive branch and the… Continue Reading
A German map from 1940-41 of plans for Operation Sealion – the invasion of Britain. In addition to German forces and planned invasion routes, the planner also drew cartoon ships steaming across the English Channel and a stick figure paratrooper… Continue Reading
The lead coffin of influential English physician William Harvey (who died in 1657) probably during his reinterment in Hempstead, England, in 1883. [2416×3238]
This is my house and these are my books. I really love to read in my native language and in English. (Favorites are in the bottom pictures)
Compound microscope, English, c. 1700-1723. [2860×4289]
English Bagels are dramatically improving.
My english book.
Green glazed earthenware bed pan, English, c. 1500-1700. [4256×2832]
Glazed ceramic spittoon, English, c. 1800-1810. [2832×4256]
My english teacher’s “funny” decorations
Penguin English Library editions of H.G. Wells