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Crystal Collection

"Captivating Crystal: A Glimpse into Timeless Beauty and Remarkable Moments" Step back in time to the historic Nottingham Forest vs. Derby County F. A

Background imageCrystal Collection: Blue caves on Zakynthos island, Greece

Blue caves on Zakynthos island, Greece Zakynthos island, Blue caves

Background imageCrystal Collection: Crystal Palace Aerial

Crystal Palace Aerial
Aerial view of the Crystal Palace in its glory, surrounded by 200 acres of gardens and recreation facilities

Background imageCrystal Collection: Nottingham Forest vs. Derby County F. A. Cup Final, 1898

Nottingham Forest vs. Derby County F. A. Cup Final, 1898
Illustration of John McPherson scoring the third goal for Nottingham Forest in their F.A. Cup Final Match against Derby County, played at Crystal Palace, London, 1898

Background imageCrystal Collection: Cross of Lothair II. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany

Cross of Lothair II. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany
Cross of the Emperor Lothair II (835-869). 11th century. Gold and precious gems. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany

Background imageCrystal Collection: 1909 FA Cup Final: Manchester United beats Bristol City 1-0

1909 FA Cup Final: Manchester United beats Bristol City 1-0
The Football Association Cup Final at the Crystal Palace, where Manchester United beat Bristol City by one goal to nil. Players including A. Turnbull, C. Roberts, W

Background imageCrystal Collection: Spurgeon preaching at Crystal Palace

Spurgeon preaching at Crystal Palace
Mr Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the famous Baptist preacher, preaching at the Crystal Palace on Humiliation Day, October 7th 1857

Background imageCrystal Collection: Inside the Great Exhibition of 1851

Inside the Great Exhibition of 1851
The Great Exhibition of All Nations - general view of the interior of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London

Background imageCrystal Collection: Caffeine crystals, light micrograph

Caffeine crystals, light micrograph
Caffeine crystals. Polarised light micrograph of crystals of caffeine (1, 3, 7-trimethylxanthine). Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system increasing alertness and deferring fatigue

Background imageCrystal Collection: Copper and magnesium sulphate, LM

Copper and magnesium sulphate, LM
Copper and magnesium sulphate crystals. Polarised light micrograph (LM) of copper sulphate (CuSO4) and magnesium sulphate (MgSO4) crystals

Background imageCrystal Collection: Graphene sheet, artwork C016 / 8274

Graphene sheet, artwork C016 / 8274
Graphene sheet. Computer artwork showing the molecular structure of a graphene sheet. Graphene is a single layer of graphite

Background imageCrystal Collection: Crystal Palace before it burnt down in 1936

Crystal Palace before it burnt down in 1936
An aerial view of Crystal Palace, SE London, before it burnt down in 1936

Background imageCrystal Collection: Honiton Lace 1851

Honiton Lace 1851
A fearsomely intricate example of Honiton (Devon) lacework, exhibited by Mrs Treadwin of Exeter at the Crystal Palace exhibition

Background imageCrystal Collection: England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great

England. London. The Crystal Palace by Joseph Paxton. Great
The Crystal Palace. Cast-iron and plate-glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London for Great Exhibition of 1851. Designed by Sir Joseph Paxton (1803-1865). Victoria and Albert Museum

Background imageCrystal Collection: Entrance to Cal-Neva Lodge, Nevada, USA

Entrance to Cal-Neva Lodge, Nevada, USA
Entrance to Cal-Neva Lodge, spa resort on Stateline Road, Crystal Bay, Nevada, USA, near Lake Tahoe. circa 1930

Background imageCrystal Collection: Glenfiddich advertisement, 1974

Glenfiddich advertisement, 1974
Advertisement for Glenfiddich Pure Malt Whisky from 1974 featuring a bottle alongside a crystal decanter. Date: 1974

Background imageCrystal Collection: Black Dyke Mills Band

Black Dyke Mills Band
Representatives from the Black Dyke Mills Band proudly showing off their National Championship, Crystal Palace, 1000 Guinea Trophy won on 29th September 1928. Their conductor was William Halliwell

Background imageCrystal Collection: View of the Great Exhibition from across the Serpentine

View of the Great Exhibition from across the Serpentine
The Great Exhibition of All Nations in Hyde Park, London - general view of the Crystal Palace from across the Serpentine

Background imageCrystal Collection: PAXTON, Joseph (1801-1865). Crystal Palace. 1851

PAXTON, Joseph (1801-1865). Crystal Palace. 1851. First building with revolutionary modular, prefabricated design, and use of glass. Built for the Universal Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park, London

Background imageCrystal Collection: Brocks Fireworks

Brocks Fireworks Merry-Go-Round Date: 1900s

Background imageCrystal Collection: C. Palace Colour Photo

C. Palace Colour Photo
The Crystal Palace and grounds, looking from the south east

Background imageCrystal Collection: Police Motorcycle Team at Crystal Palace

Police Motorcycle Team at Crystal Palace
The Metropolitan Police Motorcycle Team at Crystal Palace Centre. Five of the riders are wearing white corker helmets and all are riding White Triumph motorcycles with white legshields

Background imageCrystal Collection: Toulouse geese with dewlap, cock and hen

Toulouse geese with dewlap, cock and hen. Oie de Toulouse a bavette, Anser anser domesticus. Bred by James Watts, winners of five first prizes

Background imageCrystal Collection: The Winter Egg, 1913 (quartz, platinum, orthoclase, diamonds

The Winter Egg, 1913 (quartz, platinum, orthoclase, diamonds
CH463083 The Winter Egg, 1913 (quartz, platinum, orthoclase, diamonds, gold & demantoid) (see also 463082) by Holmstrom, Albert (1846-1920); height: 10.2 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCrystal Collection: Crystal Palace 1901

Crystal Palace 1901
Exterior view of the Crystal Palace which gives a fine impression of the awesome size of the magnificent building. Date: circa 1899

Background imageCrystal Collection: EDTA crystals, light micrograph

EDTA crystals, light micrograph
EDTA crystals. Polarised light micrograph of a section through ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) crystals. EDTA is used primarily for its effectiveness at binding metal ions (chelating)

Background imageCrystal Collection: 1st Aeronautical Exhibition - Crystal Palace 1868

1st Aeronautical Exhibition - Crystal Palace 1868
The first Aeronautical Exhibition, Crystal Palace, 1868, showing the Stringfellow Triplane model and other exhibits. Altogether no fewer than 77 exhibits were collected together, including engines

Background imageCrystal Collection: Salt grains and ground peppercorn, SEM

Salt grains and ground peppercorn, SEM
Salt grains and ground peppercorn, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Each salt (sodium chloride) crystal (white) is composed of a cubic lattice of sodium and chloride ions

Background imageCrystal Collection: The FA Cup Final 1899

The FA Cup Final 1899
The 1899 FA Cup Final was contested by Sheffield United and Derby County at Crystal Palace, London. Sheffield United won 4-1, with goals scored by John Almond, Walter Bennett

Background imageCrystal Collection: Victor Stiebel / Dress

Victor Stiebel / Dress
A design by Victor Stiebel: fine, crystal pleating is used for the full stiffened skirt of this printed paper shantung reception dress. The skirt has a ruffled organza petticoat

Background imageCrystal Collection: Crystal Palace Plan

Crystal Palace Plan
A floor plan of the Exhibition building - the ground floor and the galleries, showing how the courts open out from the central transept

Background imageCrystal Collection: Grand Entrance to the Great Exhibition of 1851

Grand Entrance to the Great Exhibition of 1851
The Great Exhibition of All Nations in Hyde Park, London - view of the Grand Entrance to the Crystal Palace, with people milling around

Background imageCrystal Collection: Brocks Fireworks

Brocks Fireworks Flying Witch Date: 1900s

Background imageCrystal Collection: Perovskite crystal structure

Perovskite crystal structure. Perovskite is the name for the mineral calcium titanium oxide (CaTiO3). It forms a crystal structure that is very common in oxide minerals

Background imageCrystal Collection: Samuel Coleridge Taylor - Classical Composer

Samuel Coleridge Taylor - Classical Composer
Samuel Coleridge Taylor (1875-1912) - Classical Composer. Professor at the Crystal Palace School of Music and conducted the orchestra at the Croydon Conservatoire

Background imageCrystal Collection: Oxytocin hormone crystals, PLM C016 / 7196

Oxytocin hormone crystals, PLM C016 / 7196
Oxytocin. Polarised light micrograph (PLM) of crystals of the female hormone oxytocin. In women this hormone is secreted naturally by the pituitary gland

Background imageCrystal Collection: Snowflake research, 18th century

Snowflake research, 18th century

Background imageCrystal Collection: Oxytocin crystals, light micrograph

Oxytocin crystals, light micrograph
Oxytocin. Polarised light micrograph of crystals of the female hormone oxytocin. In women this hormone is secreted naturally by the pituitary gland

Background imageCrystal Collection: Diamond, computer artwork

Diamond, computer artwork
Cut and polished diamond, computer artwork. Diamond is a naturally occurring form of carbon that has crystallised under great pressure

Background imageCrystal Collection: Cut agates

Cut agates. Assortment of cut and polished agates. Agate is a variety of quartz (silicon oxide). The colours are produced by impurities in the mineral

Background imageCrystal Collection: Copper sulphate crystals, LM

Copper sulphate crystals, LM
Copper sulphate crystals. Polarised light micrograph (LM) of copper sulphate (CuSO4) crystals

Background imageCrystal Collection: Pigeon racing at Crystal Palace, London

Pigeon racing at Crystal Palace, London
15, 000 birds from all parts of England and Scotland are released from Crystal Palace, south London, at the start of a championship pigeon race

Background imageCrystal Collection: Crystal Palace Broad Wk

Crystal Palace Broad Wk
The BROAD WALK enables visitors to see Paxtons majestic building in all its splendour. Date: circa 1854

Background imageCrystal Collection: Crystal Mill with aspens in fall colors, Crystal, Colorado, United States of America

Crystal Mill with aspens in fall colors, Crystal, Colorado, United States of America, North America

Background imageCrystal Collection: Leech Cartoon Dinosaurs

Leech Cartoon Dinosaurs
The figures of prehistoric animals in the Palace grounds, created by Waterhouse Hawkins, are sufficiently realistic to frighten children

Background imageCrystal Collection: Dinosaur / Iguanodon Dine

Dinosaur / Iguanodon Dine
Hawkins invities scientists to dine inside his iguanodon model at the Crystal Palace exhibition at Sydenham

Background imageCrystal Collection: Dinosaur Models 1930S

Dinosaur Models 1930S
Dinosaur models in the grounds of the Crystal Palace, Sydenham (London) created by Waterhouse Hawkins

Background imageCrystal Collection: Green apophyllite

Green apophyllite from Jalgaon, India

Background imageCrystal Collection: Demobilisation after Wwi

Demobilisation after Wwi
Scenes at Crystal Palace at the end of the WWI showing soldiers demobilising at a rate of over 4000 a day



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"Captivating Crystal: A Glimpse into Timeless Beauty and Remarkable Moments" Step back in time to the historic Nottingham Forest vs. Derby County F. A. Cup Final of 1898, where the air was filled with anticipation and excitement, as crystal-clear as a pristine gemstone. Immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies of the renowned Black Dyke Mills Band, their harmonies resonating like shimmering crystals, captivating hearts across generations. Witness the awe-inspiring sight of Spurgeon preaching at Crystal Palace, his words echoing through its magnificent halls like precious crystals reflecting divine wisdom. Transport yourself to the Great Exhibition of 1851 within the majestic walls Palace. Marvel at its grandeur and innovation that left visitors spellbound amidst a dazzling display of human achievement. Discover the mesmerizing dance between copper and magnesium sulphate under a microscope's lens – an intricate tapestry woven by nature herself, showcasing crystalline beauty on a microscopic scale. Soar above London's skyline with breathtaking views from a Crystal Palace aerial perspective. Behold Joseph Paxton's architectural masterpiece standing tall like a glistening jewel against England's capital city backdrop. Delve into science's wonders with caffeine crystals captured under light micrography; their delicate structure revealing secrets hidden within every sip we take to fuel our daily lives. Embark on an adventure through history as you step foot into Cal-Neva Lodge in Nevada, USA – its entrance adorned with crystal accents that whisper tales of opulence and glamour from days gone by. Indulge your senses in Glenfiddich advertisement from 1974; let your imagination wander among golden fields where whisky is crafted meticulously - each drop embodying purity akin to flawless crystals themselves. Remember the bittersweet tale etched in memory - Crystal Palace before it tragically burnt down in 1936; an architectural marvel reduced to ashes but forever preserved as a symbol of resilience and beauty.