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The Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: 1840s Daguerreotypes

1840s Daguerreotypes Collection
3 Glass Coasters

The Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: 1850s - 1860s

1850s - 1860s Collection
49 Glass Coasters

The Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: The 1870s

The 1870s Collection
78 Glass Coasters

The Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: The 1880s

The 1880s Collection
157 Glass Coasters

The Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: The 1890s

The 1890s Collection
255 Glass Coasters

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: St Pancras Hotel DD59_00075

St Pancras Hotel DD59_00075
ST PANCRAS HOTEL (or Midland Grand Hotel), Camden, London. St Pancras Hotel was built to the Italianate Gothic designs of Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1868-74

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Victorian London OP15919

Victorian London OP15919
Cloth Fair, London. The Old Dick Whittington public house at 24 Cloth Fair viewed from Middle Street. Photographed by Augustin Rischgitz, London Stereoscopic Company Limited in the 1890s

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Queen Victoria in 1897 D880039

Queen Victoria in 1897 D880039
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Queen Victoria in the dress she wore to St Pauls Cathedral for her Jubilee thanksgiving service in 1897

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Crystal Palace CC97_01549

Crystal Palace CC97_01549
CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. A view of the palace from the south east looking over the grounds (late 19th century). It was built to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Tower Bridge under construction a83_01325

Tower Bridge under construction a83_01325
TOWER BRIDGE, London. The bridge under construction around 1889. This picture was taken from the River Thames with shipping in the foreground

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Charles Darwin K980123

Charles Darwin K980123
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Portrait of Charles Darwin c 1880

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518

Ludgate Circus, London CC97_01518
LUDGATE CIRCUS, City of London. A busy street view of Ludgate Circus looking towards St Pauls Cathedral with horse-drawn buses in the foreground and a steam train on the bridge

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Medieval Coventry OP14727

Medieval Coventry OP14727
Butcher Row, Coventry. Photographed circa 1880 by Francis Bedford. Furniture is displayed on the pavement in front of the premises of Palmer & Co, Brokers and Furniture Dealers

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Charles Darwin and his son N990002

Charles Darwin and his son N990002
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Daguerreotype photograph of Charles Darwin and his eldest son, William Erasmus Darwin - 1842

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Gloucester Docks c. 1880 CC53_00092

Gloucester Docks c. 1880 CC53_00092
GLOUCESTER DOCKS, Gloucestershire. The Gloucester and Sharpness Canal was built to specifications that allowed ocean going vessels to reach Gloucester, despite its distance from the sea

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Central Railway Station, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1884. BL12764

Central Railway Station, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1884. BL12764
CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear. A steam train passing through the station in 1884. Bedford Lemere

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Highclere Castle CC72_01054

Highclere Castle CC72_01054
HIGHCLERE CASTLE, Highclere, Hampshire. The exterior of the largest mansion in Hampshire from the north-east. An Elizabethan-style remodelling of an earlier classical mansion by Sir Charles Barry in

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Magdalen College, Oxford CC50_00213

Magdalen College, Oxford CC50_00213
MAGDALEN COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The 15th century Bell Tower taken from the botanic gardens in the snow. Late 19th / early 20th century. Henry Taunt

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: St Pancras Station 1895 CC73_02377

St Pancras Station 1895 CC73_02377
ST PANCRAS STATION, Camden, London. An interior view of St Pancras Station, looking down on the platforms which are busy with commuters

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Malmesbury BB95_10457

Malmesbury BB95_10457
MARKET SQUARE, Malmesbury, Wiltshire. A rooftop view looking over Market Square, showing the market cross (c.1500) and the abbey ruins

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Bargate, Southampton CC39_00472

Bargate, Southampton CC39_00472
BARGATE, Southampton, Hampshire. Exterior view looking south through the medieval gatehouse at the northern entrance to the town. Workmen pose with their cart in front of the gate

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Hammersmith Bridge CC73_00254

Hammersmith Bridge CC73_00254
HAMMERSMITH BRIDGE, Barnes, Greater London. This decorative suspension bridge is seen here from the riverbank. It was built in 1887, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A

Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A
CHAMBERLAIN SQUARE, Birmingham, West Midlands. This civic fountain was erected in 1880 by public subscription in gratitude for Joseph Chamberlains time as mayor (1873-6)

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Piccadilly Circus c. 1893 CC97_00945

Piccadilly Circus c. 1893 CC97_00945
PICCADILLY CIRCUS, Westminster, London. A view of Piccadilly from the west looking towards Coventry Street and showing the London Pavilion

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Burford Mop Fair CC57_00428

Burford Mop Fair CC57_00428
BURFORD, Oxfordshire. A view of the High Street during the Hiring Fair (Mop Fair) with stalls set out. Photographed in 1895 by Henry Taunt

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Plymouth Pier CC76_00445

Plymouth Pier CC76_00445
PLYMOUTH PIER, Devon. The pier was built in 1884 by E Birch and was quite short at only 465 feet long. It was damaged by enemy action in 1941 and demolished in 1953

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Lord Frederic Leightons studio BL13088

Lord Frederic Leightons studio BL13088
LEIGHTON HOUSE, 12 Holland Park Road, London. Home of the artist Lord Frederic Leighton (1830 - 1896) which is now a museum. Interior view of the studio displaying recently completed works

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Anne Elizabeth Darwin N990003

Anne Elizabeth Darwin N990003
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Daguerreotype photograph of Anne Elizabeth Darwin ( Annie ) 1849

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Invitation K970521

Invitation K970521
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Invitation to Westminster Abbey on April 26th 1882. Charles Darwin died on 19th April 1882. He was buried next to the renowned scientist Sir John Herschel

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Emma Darwin and son Leonard K970227

Emma Darwin and son Leonard K970227
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Photograph of Emma Darwin and son Leonard c1854

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Charles Darwin K970247

Charles Darwin K970247
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. A sepia toned portrait of Charles Darwin, c1859

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01

St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01
View of St Pauls Cathedral from Southwark Bridge, London. Attributed to Alfred Rosling. c.1855. Albumen print

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Victorian drawing room BL11105

Victorian drawing room BL11105
Terceira House, Aigburth Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool. Victorian interior showing the drawing room. Potted ferns occupy the fireplace and there is a portrait of Queen Victoria on the wall

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974

Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974
CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Bristol. The bridge under construction. Work began on the bridge in 1836 under the supervision of Isambard Kingdom Brunel but stopped due to lack of funds

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Tower Bridge Hotel, Bermondsey, London 1897 BL14122

Tower Bridge Hotel, Bermondsey, London 1897 BL14122
TOWER BRIDGE HOTEL, Bermondsey, London. Interior of the saloon bar. Photographed in June 1897. From the Bedford Lemere collection

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Covent Garden BB90_05427

Covent Garden BB90_05427
COVENT GARDEN, Westminster, London. This 19th-century view shows Covent Garden as a bustling fruit and vegetable market. A public house now occupies the gabled building with the balcony in the middle

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: St Pauls Cathedral CC97_00536

St Pauls Cathedral CC97_00536
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, City of London. A general view looking across the River Thames from bankside and towards St Pauls with a passenger paddle steamer moored at the opposite bank

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Whitehall Place CC97_00925

Whitehall Place CC97_00925
WHITEHALL PLACE, City of Westminster, London. Horse-drawn hansom cabs are waiting for fares outside the recently built National Liberal Club in the Victorian equivalent of a taxi rank

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Michaelmas Fair CBR01_01_05

Michaelmas Fair CBR01_01_05
Market Place, Wallingford, Oxfordshire. People looking at the stalls at the Michaelmas Fair in the Market Place. 1895, unknown photographer

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544
ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, The Strand, London. A perspective view of the Royal Courts of Justice, looking east down The Strand towards St Dunstan in the West

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122

Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122
WORKMAN BRIDGE, Evesham, Worcestershire. A view of the Bridge built in 1866 leading into the town from Bengeworth. Showing the River Avon

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: William Erasmus Darwin N990005

William Erasmus Darwin N990005
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Daguerreotype photograph of of William Erasmus Darwin in 1849

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Romanos Restaurant BL05675

Romanos Restaurant BL05675
THE STRAND, Westminster, London. Exterior of Romanos Restaurant and adjoining buildings. Photographed in 1885 by Bedford Lemere

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Leighton Buzzard Market Cross BB86_01958

Leighton Buzzard Market Cross BB86_01958
Market Cross, Market Square, Leighton Buzzard, Leighton-Linslade, Central Bedfordshire. A horse and cart beside the Market Cross, Leighton Buzzard, with a market taking place in the square

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Fish wharf at Billingsgate Market CC72_01834

Fish wharf at Billingsgate Market CC72_01834
BILLINGSGATE MARKET, Lower Thames Street, City of London. Looking from London Bridge down the Thames with the Tower of London in the distance

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Cannon Street Railway Bridge, London DD97_00102

Cannon Street Railway Bridge, London DD97_00102
CANNON STREET STATION, London. A view from the bank of the River Thames looking along the Cannon Street Railway Bridge from the south towards Cannon Street Station

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Old Smithy, Leigh BB94_07538

Old Smithy, Leigh BB94_07538
OLD SMITHY, Junction of Market Street and Bradshawgate, Leigh, Greater Manchester. This photograph was taken the day before the Old Smithy was demolished

Background imageThe Victorian Age Glass Coaster Collection: Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184

Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Oxfordshire. View of St Marys Church, looking down Hart Street towards the distinctive flint and stone chequer patterned church tower with polygonal angle buttresses



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