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Conservative Party Collection

"The Conservative Party: A Rich Tapestry of History and Influence" From Winston Churchill's iconic V for Victory sign in 1942 to Horace

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Winston Churchill making his famous V for Victory sign, 1942

Winston Churchill making his famous V for Victory sign, 1942. A typical gesture of defiance from Britains wartime Prime Minister. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Winston Churchill, British statesman, World War II, 1939-1945

Winston Churchill, British statesman, World War II, 1939-1945. Churchill (1874-1965), Britains wartime Prime Minister, smiling and smoking a cigar, shakes hands with a soldier

Background imageConservative Party Collection: 1st Earl of Birkenhead with his daughter on board their yacht, (Isle of Wight?), c1925

1st Earl of Birkenhead with his daughter on board their yacht, (Isle of Wight?), c1925
Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead (1872-1930) with his daughter Lady Pamela Smith Berry, Baroness Hartwell (1915-1982) on board their yacht, (Isle of Wight?), c1925

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Ernie Wise and Jeffrey Archer. 18th June 1986

Ernie Wise and Jeffrey Archer. 18th June 1986

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Candidate for Oldham, 1899, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Candidate for Oldham, 1899, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Candidate for Oldham, 1899, (1945). Portrait of British politician and statesman Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) who stood as a Conservative parliamentary candidate at the June 1899 by-election in

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Sir Robert Peel, British statesman, c1836 (1936)

Sir Robert Peel, British statesman, c1836 (1936). From William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries, Vol. I, 1840-1854, by Thomas Archer, F.R.H.S

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Horace, Lord Farquhar, British financier and politician, 1898. Artist: Spy

Horace, Lord Farquhar, British financier and politician, 1898. Artist: Spy
Horace, Lord Farquhar, British financier and politician, 1898. Farquhar (1844-1923) served as Treasurer of the Conservative Party from 1911-1923. A print from Vanity Fair, June 2nd 1898

Background imageConservative Party Collection: City Justice, 1880. Artist: Spy

City Justice, 1880. Artist: Spy
City Justice, 1880. Alderman Sir Robert Walter Carden, British banker, politician and magistrate. Carden (1801-1888) served as Lord Mayor of London from 1857-1858

Background imageConservative Party Collection: The General, 1881. Artist: Spy

The General, 1881. Artist: Spy
The General, 1881. Mourdaunt Fenwick Bisset MP. Bisset served as Conservative MP for West Somerset from 1880-1884. He was Master of the Devon and Somerset Staghounds from 1855 until 1881

Background imageConservative Party Collection: The Conservative Programme, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Conservative Programme, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Conservative Programme, 1872. This cartoon shows Benjamin Disraeli, the Conservative Leader of the Conservative Party. He is being questioned by Lord Abercorn about the Conservative policy

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Judicious Amelioration, 1871. Artist: Coide

Judicious Amelioration, 1871. Artist: Coide
Judicious Amelioration, 1871. A caricature of Alexander Baillie-Cochrane (1816-1890), British politician. Baillie-Cochrane was a Conservative MP who represented Bridport, Lanarkshire

Background imageConservative Party Collection: The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K. G. c1860, (c1884

The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K. G. c1860, (c1884
The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K.G. c1860, (c1884). Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (1799-1869)

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke, c1710, (c1884). Creator: Unknown

Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke, c1710, (c1884). Creator: Unknown
Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke, c1710, (c1884). Henry St John, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke (1678-1751), English politician, government official during reign of Queen Anne

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Arthur Balfour, c1920s, (1941)

Arthur Balfour, c1920s, (1941). British statesman and Prime Minister Arthur James Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour (1848-1930)

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Winston Churchill greets the England football team, Wembley, London, October 1941

Winston Churchill greets the England football team, Wembley, London, October 1941. Artist: London News Agency
Winston Churchill greets the England football team, Wembley, London, October 1941. The Prime Minister being introduced to the players by England captain Eddie Hapgood before a wartime international

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Yalta Conference of Allied leaders, World War II, 4-11 February 1945

Yalta Conference of Allied leaders, World War II, 4-11 February 1945. Seated left to right: Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin

Background imageConservative Party Collection: JOHN WAKEHAM AND HIS WIFE ALISON WARD. 18 / 3 / 1987

JOHN WAKEHAM AND HIS WIFE ALISON WARD. 18 / 3 / 1987
JOHN WAKEHAM AND HIS WIFE ALISON WARD. 18/3/1987

Background imageConservative Party Collection: NORMAN LAMONT HOLDING BUDGET BOX AND WIFE ROSEMARY, 11 DOWNING STREET - 11 / 03 / 1992

NORMAN LAMONT HOLDING BUDGET BOX AND WIFE ROSEMARY, 11 DOWNING STREET - 11 / 03 / 1992
NORMAN LAMONT HOLDING BUDGET BOX AND WIFE ROSEMARY, 11 DOWNING STREET - 11/03/1992

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Margaret Thatcher giving speech watched by Mrs Indira Ghandi in India - April 1981

Margaret Thatcher giving speech watched by Mrs Indira Ghandi in India - April 1981

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Prime Minister John Major pictured visiting B&Q during the general election campaign

Prime Minister John Major pictured visiting B&Q during the general election campaign. 1st April 1997

Background imageConservative Party Collection: John Major visiting the headquarters of McLaren motor racing team during the general

John Major visiting the headquarters of McLaren motor racing team during the general election campaign. 18th March 1997

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Jeffrey Archer book signing at Harrods, London. 9th July 1994

Jeffrey Archer book signing at Harrods, London. 9th July 1994

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Jeffrey Archer pictured in his apartment by the River Thames, London. 9th September 1987

Jeffrey Archer pictured in his apartment by the River Thames, London. 9th September 1987

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Jeffrey Archer in his sumptuous penthouse flat overlooking the Thames on the Albert

Jeffrey Archer in his sumptuous penthouse flat overlooking the Thames on the Albert Embankment. Archer pictured with a £ 1 coin which he received for the screen rights to his 6 most famous

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Jeffrey Archer in the living area of his sumptuous penthouse flat overlooking the Thames

Jeffrey Archer in the living area of his sumptuous penthouse flat overlooking the Thames on the Albert Embankment. 28th May 1986

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Anthony Eden and Clarissa Churchill on the day of their wedding

Anthony Eden and Clarissa Churchill on the day of their wedding

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Sir Alec Douglas Home Harold Wilson Lord Peart and Lord Carrington 1978

Sir Alec Douglas Home Harold Wilson Lord Peart and Lord Carrington 1978 Carringtonobit

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Prime Minister John Major visits Brigadier Patrick Cordingley

Prime Minister John Major visits Brigadier Patrick Cordingley and his troops before the Gulf War

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Julia Stent a Tory Councillor who had affair with MInister Tim Yeo meets Prime MInister

Julia Stent a Tory Councillor who had affair with MInister Tim Yeo meets Prime MInister John Major

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Paul Keating Australian Prime Minister shakes hands with British Prime Minister John

Paul Keating Australian Prime Minister shakes hands with British Prime Minister John Major as he leaves Number 10 Downing Street 1993

Background imageConservative Party Collection: John Major Spitting Image puppet Circa 1994

John Major Spitting Image puppet Circa 1994

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Paul Keating Australian Prime Minister is greeted by British Prime Minister John Major

Paul Keating Australian Prime Minister is greeted by British Prime Minister John Major

Background imageConservative Party Collection: John Major attending the Leeds Chamber of Commerce and Industry dinner. Head in hands

John Major attending the Leeds Chamber of Commerce and Industry dinner. Head in hands

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Anne (1665-1714) Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1702-1707 then under the Acts of Union

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Sir Robert Peel Bart. c1820, (c1884). Creator: Unknown

Sir Robert Peel Bart. c1820, (c1884). Creator: Unknown
Sir Robert Peel Bart. c1820, (c1884). Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet (1788-1850) British industrialist and Conservative, educated at Christ Church, Oxford

Background imageConservative Party Collection: George Canning, c1810, (c1884). Creator: Unknown

George Canning, c1810, (c1884). Creator: Unknown
George Canning, c1810, (c1884). George Canning (1770-1827) British Tory educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford

Background imageConservative Party Collection: The Ministerial Bench of the House of Lords, 1886-1892, (1901). Creator: Unknown

The Ministerial Bench of the House of Lords, 1886-1892, (1901). Creator: Unknown
The Ministerial Bench of the House of Lords, 1886-1892, (1901). Scene in the Palace of Westminster in London, during the final term of the Marquis of Salisbury as prime minister (1886-1892)

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Disraelis First Speech in the House of Commons, London, 7 December 1837, (1901)

Disraelis First Speech in the House of Commons, London, 7 December 1837, (1901). British Conservative statesman Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) was elected Tory MP for Maidstone in 1837

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Sir Austen Chamberlain, 1921, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Sir Austen Chamberlain, 1921, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Sir Austen Chamberlain, 1921, (1935). British statesman (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain (1863-1937). Mr. Austen Chamberlain became leader of the House of Commons and of the Conservative Party

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Andrew Bonar Law, 1922, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Andrew Bonar Law, 1922, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Andrew Bonar Law, 1922, (1935). Portrait of British Conservative Party statesman and Prime Minister Andrew Bonar Law (1858-1923)

Background imageConservative Party Collection: William Hogarth Four Humours of an Election Canvassing for Votes

William Hogarth Four Humours of an Election Canvassing for Votes
Vintage engraving of showing a scene from William Hogarths Humours of an Election. They illustrate the election of a member of parliament in Oxfordshire in 1754

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Vicar General, 1902. Artist: Spy

Vicar General, 1902. Artist: Spy
Vicar General, 1902. Charles Alfred Cripps KC MP, British barrister and politican. Cripps (1852-1941) became a QC in 1890 and served as Attorney General to the Prince of Wales from 1895 until 1914

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury, British statesman and Prime Minister, 1903

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury, British statesman and Prime Minister, 1903. Artist: George Frampton
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury, British statesman and Prime Minister, 1903. Lord Salisbury (1830-1903) was Conservative Prime Minister in 1885, 1886, and 1895-1902

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Balfours Irrepressible Donkey, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain

Balfours Irrepressible Donkey, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain
Balfours Irrepressible Donkey, 1888. Arthur James Balfour was the Chief Secretary for Ireland at the beginning of 1888 in Lord Salisburys Conservative administration.The cartoon is accompanied by a

Background imageConservative Party Collection: The Wind and the Sun, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Wind and the Sun, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Wind and the Sun, 1886. Irish Discontent in the sunlight of the Liberal Prime Minister, Gladstone. On the other side, the wind comes from the Conservative Leader in the House of Lords

Background imageConservative Party Collection: The Start, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Start, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Start, 1886. On the left at the starting line is the Grand Old Man of politics, the Liberal Prime Minister, William Gladstone

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Out of the Bag!, 1871. Artist: Joseph Swain

Out of the Bag!, 1871. Artist: Joseph Swain
Out of the Bag!, 1871. The cat is let out of the bag. The Conservative leader of the opposition, Mr Disraeli, suggests that perhaps the Conservative statesmen, represented here by Lord Butterfingers

Background imageConservative Party Collection: Mose in Egitto !!!, 1875. Artist: Joseph Swain

Mose in Egitto !!!, 1875. Artist: Joseph Swain
Mose in Egitto !!!, 1875.The Conservative Prime Minister, Disraeli, holds the key to India. This relates to the purchase by Britains government of the Suez Canal shares



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"The Conservative Party: A Rich Tapestry of History and Influence" From Winston Churchill's iconic V for Victory sign in 1942 to Horace, Lord Farquhar's portrayal as a British financier and politician in 1898, the Conservative Party has left an indelible mark on British politics. This diverse collection of individuals showcases the party's enduring legacy. In 1986, Ernie Wise and Jeffrey Archer stood side by side, representing the party's commitment to entertainment and public service. Their presence symbolized the Conservatives' ability to connect with people from all walks of life. The first Earl of Birkenhead enjoyed leisurely moments aboard his yacht off the Isle of Wight around 1925. This image captures not only his aristocratic status but also highlights how Conservatives have always embraced a balanced approach between work and play. Sir Robert Peel, a revered statesman during the early nineteenth century, exemplified the party's dedication to progressive policies even then. His leadership laid down foundations that would shape conservative ideology for years to come. City Justice, depicted in 1880 by artist Spy, represents one facet of conservatism - upholding law and order within society. The General painting from 1881 further emphasizes this commitment to stability through its depiction of military strength underpinning national security. Joseph Swain’s artwork titled "The Conservative Programme" from 1872 encapsulates the party’s vision for progress while preserving traditional values. It serves as a reminder that conservatives strive for balance between change and preservation. Amidst political challenges in 1871, artist Coide portrayed "Judicious Amelioration, " illustrating how conservatives seek gradual improvement rather than radical upheaval when addressing societal issues. Anthony Ashley Cooper, known as the seventh Earl of Shaftesbury during late nineteenth-century England embodied philanthropy alongside his political career. He personifies how conservatism can champion social welfare causes while respecting individual freedoms. Lastly, the Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K. G.