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Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Stratford-on-Avon, The Heart of Shakespeares England, 1947

Stratford-on-Avon, The Heart of Shakespeares England, 1947
British Railways poster (Western Region) promoting William Shakespeares birthplace. Artwork by Frank Newbould (1887-1951)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Night or Early Morning Departure

Night or Early Morning Departure
BA CitiExpress EMB 145 on pushback at BHX

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Green Fife Canary - front view singing, captive bred Bedfordshire UK

Green Fife Canary - front view singing, captive bred Bedfordshire UK
BB-746 Green Fife Canary - front view singing, captive bred UK Serinus canaria Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Early map of the Moon, 1810

Early map of the Moon, 1810
Map of the Moon, 1810. This plate depicts the geographical features of the moon using observations by Cassini and Riccioli

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Early map of the Moon, 1635

Early map of the Moon, 1635
Map of the Moon, by Johann Doppelmayr (1671- 1750). This early engraving of the Moon by the German mathematician and astronomer Doppelmayer is thought to date from 1730

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: For Leisure or Pleasure choose Burnham-on-

For Leisure or Pleasure choose Burnham-on-Sea, 1960. British Railways poster (Western Region). Artwork by Critchlow depicting donkey rides on the beach

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Java Sparrow - front view, captive, wild in Java, Bali and introduced into the tropics

Java Sparrow - front view, captive, wild in Java, Bali and introduced into the tropics Bedfordshire UK
BB-755 Java Sparrow - front view, captive Bedfordshire UK Padda oryzivora Found wild in Java, Bali and introduced into the tropics Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Pike - in reeds watching prey Bedfordshire UK

Pike - in reeds watching prey Bedfordshire UK
BB-761 Pike - in reeds watching prey UK Esox lucius Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Early map of the Moon, 1635

Early map of the Moon, 1635
Map of the Moon, by Malet. Artwork from 1635, influenced by telescope observations, depicting a detailed view of the surface of the Moon over a rural scene

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Muntjac Deer - male side view Bedfordshire UK

Muntjac Deer - male side view Bedfordshire UK
BB-751 Muntjac DEER - male UK Muntiacus sp Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: High Class Fashion

High Class Fashion
The Arrival of the Diligence, 1803, by French painter Louis Leopold Boilly. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Rainy Day Fashion

Rainy Day Fashion
A woman wearing a carriage dress designed by Mrs Pierpoint with rows of bows down the front of the skirt and an ornate hat with flowers on the brim

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Summer Promenade

Summer Promenade
A lady modelling a summer promenade dress designed by Miss Pierpoint, 1825. She is also wearing an ornate hat over a lace cap, and carries a furled parasol. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Party Dress

Party Dress
A woman in a long party dress decorated with fake flowers, with elbow-length gloves, circa 1818. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Dress And Bonnet

Dress And Bonnet
A woman in a full-length coat with matching bonnet. Original publication: La Belle Assemblee, 1818. (Photo by Henry Guttmann/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Gentlemans Cloak

Gentlemans Cloak
Two men in winter cloaks and top hats, circa 1825. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Promenading Outfit

Promenading Outfit
A woman in a full-length promenade dress with bonnet and parasol accessories, circa 1815. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Ball Gown By Pierpoint

Ball Gown By Pierpoint
A woman in a full-length ball gown, designed by Miss Pierpoint of Covent Garden, circa 1825. Original publication: The Ladys Magazine, 1825. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: French Fashion

French Fashion
A woman in a French-designed full-length dress and bonnet, circa 1815. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Voila Les Anglais

Voila Les Anglais
An elegant English couple in Paris after the Napoleonic wars are mocked by grotesquely portrayed Parisians, circa 1815. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Parasol Promenade

Parasol Promenade
A woman in a carriage dress, parasol and hat ensemble. Original publication La Belle Assemblee, 1st May 1826. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Pierpoint Designs

Pierpoint Designs
Two women in morning and evening dresses, designed by Miss Pierpoint of Covent Garden for July 1820. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Promenade Dress

Promenade Dress
A woman in a full-length promenade dress with matching hat and parasol, circa 1825. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: At Victoria. Sir John and Lady Simon. 23 December 1937 Simon, John Allsebrook

At Victoria. Sir John and Lady Simon. 23 December 1937 Simon, John Allsebrook, Viscount British administrator and politician; British foreign secretary 1931-1935; issued Simon Report _1873-1951

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Gleneagles. Lady Simon, Sir John Simon and Mrs Brighten. Simon, John Allsebrook

Gleneagles. Lady Simon, Sir John Simon and Mrs Brighten. Simon, John Allsebrook, Viscount British administrator and politician; British foreign secretary 1931-1935; issued Simon Report _1873-1951

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Budget Day, 1938. Sir John Simon and Lady Simon. 26 April 1938 Simon, John Allsebrook

Budget Day, 1938. Sir John Simon and Lady Simon. 26 April 1938 Simon, John Allsebrook, Viscount British administrator and politician; British foreign secretary 1931-1935; issued Simon Report

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Welcome to Wales - Croeso i Gymru, BR (WR) poster, 1960

Welcome to Wales - Croeso i Gymru, BR (WR) poster, 1960
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Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Isle of Man - Tynwald Hill, 1950

Isle of Man - Tynwald Hill, 1950
British Railways poster (London Midland Region) depicting a civic ceremony at Tynwold Hill. The hill takes its name from the 1, 000-year-old Tynwald, the oldest democratic parliament in the world

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: 19th century map of the Moon

19th century map of the Moon
Map of the Moon, 1892. This lunar map shows the colouring of the surface and position of the craters

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: 19th century map of the Moon

19th century map of the Moon
Map of the Moon. Published in 1872, this lunar map uses the work of the German astronomers Wilhelm Beer (1797-1850) and Johann Heinrich Maedler (1794-1874)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Photograph of the Moon, 1885

Photograph of the Moon, 1885
Early photographs of the Moon. Published in 1885, these photographs were taken by Dr Henry Draper (1837-1882), an American astronomer

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Crown-of-thorns starfish skeleton, X-ray

Crown-of-thorns starfish skeleton, X-ray
Crown-of-thorns starfish skeleton. Coloured X-ray of the crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci). This starfish lives on coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Crown-of-thorns starfish skeleton, X-ray

Crown-of-thorns starfish skeleton, X-ray
Crown-of-thorns starfish skeleton. Coloured X-ray of the crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci). This starfish lives on coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Chimpanzee skull, X-ray

Chimpanzee skull, X-ray
Chimpanzee skull. Coloured X-ray of a side view of a chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) skull. The cranium (upper right) is considerably smaller than in humans

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray

Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
Triggerfish skeleton. Coloured X-ray of a triggerfish (family Balistidae). Its name originates from its ability to erect the first two dorsal spines (upper left), which can then lock or unlock

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Moon flight comic

Moon flight comic
Moon flight as depicted in a 1930s comic strip. Astronauts are shown flying a rocket to the Moon and then using a powerful light to signal to Washington, D.C

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Tiling rocket, 1932

Tiling rocket, 1932
Tiling rocket in 1932. Reinhold Tiling was a pioneering German scientist who experimented with solid-fuel rockets. In 1931 he launched four rockets, which reached altitudes of up to 2 kilometres

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Zucker rocket, 1933

Zucker rocket, 1933
Zucker rocket in 1933. Gerhard Zucker (1908-1985) was a German who worked in the field of rocket mail. His rockets were essentially hollow hulls with motors, of the sort used in fireworks attached

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Conceptual image of global telephone communication

Conceptual image of global telephone communication
Telephone communication. Conceptual image of the use of mobile telephones in global communication. The image shows 8 mobile telephones arranged in a circle and enclosed in a net (red)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Early map of the Moon, 1772

Early map of the Moon, 1772
Map of the Moon, by De La Lande, in 1772. This early French engraving of the Moon charts its geographical features using the system created by Giovanni Riccioli (1598-1671)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Electricity pylons

Electricity pylons crossing fields. The pylons are supporting the wires that carry electricity from a power station to where it is used. Photographed near Ipswich, England

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Full moon setting

Full moon setting
Full Moon setting over the ocean, looking south. The Moon does not produce its own light. Instead it reflects that of the Sun

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: African waterhole

African waterhole at dusk. Several wildebeest are silhouetted against the water. Photographed in the Victoria Falls National Park, Zimbabwe

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Pike - side view in reeds Bedfordshire UK

Pike - side view in reeds Bedfordshire UK
BB-759 Pike - side view in reeds UK Esox lucius Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Pike - side view in reeds Bedfordshire UK

Pike - side view in reeds Bedfordshire UK
BB-760 Pike - side view in reeds UK Esox lucius Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Formula One World Championship: Minardi Driver Announcement, Amsterdam, Holland, 23 December 2004

Formula One World Championship: Minardi Driver Announcement, Amsterdam, Holland, 23 December 2004
Christijan Albers (NED) New Minardi Signing. Minardi Driver Announcement, Amsterdam, Holland, 23 December 2004. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Formula One World Championship: Lodewijk Varossieau Manager of Christijan Albers puts on a big

Formula One World Championship: Lodewijk Varossieau Manager of Christijan Albers puts on a big smile while walking to
Lodewijk Varossieau (NED) Manager of Christijan Albers puts on a big smile while walking to the press conference at the Bilderberg Garden Hotel in Amsterdam

Background imageImages Dated 23rd December 2004: Formula One World Championship: Graham Jones Minardi Press Officer

Formula One World Championship: Graham Jones Minardi Press Officer, Paul Stoddart Minardi Team Principal
Graham Jones (GBR) Minardi Press Officer, Paul Stoddart (AUS) Minardi Team Principal and Christijan Albers (NED) New Minardi Driver await the revealing of the 2004 Minardi F1 car



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