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Invitation Collection

"Invitations: A Gateway to Extraordinary Experiences" Step into the enchanting world of invitations

Background imageInvitation Collection: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren
King Arthur welcomes the Green Knight into the Banqueting Hall and invites him to dismount and eat with the company. Everyone is amazed to see the unexpected visitor

Background imageInvitation Collection: Opening of Tower Bridge

Opening of Tower Bridge
An invitation to the opening of Tower Bridge from the corporation of the City of London

Background imageInvitation Collection: Joseph Whitworth, IMechE, medal and invitation

Joseph Whitworth, IMechE, medal and invitation
Joseph Whitworth, P IMechE, medal and invitation, 1857 Date: 1857

Background imageInvitation Collection: BROOKLYN BRIDGE: OPENING. Invitation to the opening ceremony of the Brooklyn Bridge, 24 May 1883

BROOKLYN BRIDGE: OPENING. Invitation to the opening ceremony of the Brooklyn Bridge, 24 May 1883. Invitation engraving by Tiffany & Co

Background imageInvitation Collection: Turkey and Wishbone

Turkey and Wishbone
Eat hearty - let the daye be your excuse - an invitation to Thanksgiving over- indulgence on the fourth Thursday in November

Background imageInvitation Collection: Design by Bruce Bairnsfather

Design by Bruce Bairnsfather
Design by the famous World War I Bystander cartoonist, Bruce Bairnsfather for what looks like a club or restaurant menu or invitation

Background imageInvitation Collection: Come Lad, Slip Across and Help, recruiting poster from World War I, pub. by The

Come Lad, Slip Across and Help, recruiting poster from World War I, pub. by The
" Come Lad, Slip Across and Help", recruiting poster from World War I, pub. by The Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, 1915 (colour litho)

Background imageInvitation Collection: Hands Outstretched

Hands Outstretched

Background imageInvitation Collection: Invitation, Glasgow International Exhibition 1901

Invitation, Glasgow International Exhibition 1901
Invitation to the Opening of the Glasgow International Exhibition on 2 May 1901. 1901

Background imageInvitation Collection: Youth club poster, Beatles night

Youth club poster, Beatles night
Youth club poster advertising a Beatles night -- bring your Beatle records, photos, wigs, dolls, brooches, scrap books, etc. Date: 1960s

Background imageInvitation Collection: Comic postcard, Men walk past shop window Date: 20th century

Comic postcard, Men walk past shop window Date: 20th century

Background imageInvitation Collection: Greetings card, Jazz drummer

Greetings card, Jazz drummer on timpani (kettle drums). 20th century

Background imageInvitation Collection: Leaflet, London Sketch Club Smoker, March 1935

Leaflet, London Sketch Club Smoker, March 1935
Leaflet advertising a London Sketch Club Smoker (smoking party), taking place on Friday 29 March 1935 at a venue in Marylebone Road, London NW1, with pictures from 6.30

Background imageInvitation Collection: Leaflet, London Sketch Club Smoker, November 1929

Leaflet, London Sketch Club Smoker, November 1929
Leaflet advertising a London Sketch Club Smoker (smoking party), taking place on 15 November 1929 at a venue in Marylebone Road, London NW1, with pictures from 6.30

Background imageInvitation Collection: Leaflet, London Sketch Club Smoker, April 1934

Leaflet, London Sketch Club Smoker, April 1934
Leaflet advertising a London Sketch Club Smoker (smoking party), taking place on Friday 13 April 1934 at a venue in Marylebone Road, London NW1, with pictures from 6.30

Background imageInvitation Collection: 8970319

8970319

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 01

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 01
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 02

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 02
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 03

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 03
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 04

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 04
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 05

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 05
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 06

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 06
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 07

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 07
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 08

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 08
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 09

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 09
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 10

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 10
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 11

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 11
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 12

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 12
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 13

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 13
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 01

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 01
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 02

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 02
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 03

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 03
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 04

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 04
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 05

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 05
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 06

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 06
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 01

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 01
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 02

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 02
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 04

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 04
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 03

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 03
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 05

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 05
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 06

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 06
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 07

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 07
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 08

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 08
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 09

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 09
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 10

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 10
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 12

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 12
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 11

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 11
Rafal Kulik

Background imageInvitation Collection: Floral Vintage Art Illustration 13

Floral Vintage Art Illustration 13
Rafal Kulik



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"Invitations: A Gateway to Extraordinary Experiences" Step into the enchanting world of invitations, where doors are opened to remarkable events and unforgettable moments. Just like Sir Gawain receiving a mysterious invitation from the Green Knight, these humble pieces of paper hold immense power. Imagine standing at the grand opening of Tower Bridge, an iconic symbol of engineering marvels. The prestigious Joseph Whitworth receives an exclusive invitation adorned with an IMechE medal, recognizing his outstanding contributions. In 1883, Tiffany & Co crafts a masterpiece as they engrave invitations for the historic inauguration ceremony of Brooklyn Bridge. These delicate works of art become treasured mementos that transport us back in time. Even seemingly ordinary objects can carry profound meaning. Turkey and wishbone invitations bring families together during Thanksgiving, reminding us to cherish our loved ones and express gratitude. The captivating designs by Bruce Bairnsfather on recruitment posters during World War I beckon young men to join their country's cause. "Come Lad, Slip Across and Help, " they say - inviting bravery and patriotism in times of need. Humor finds its way onto invitations too; comic postcards depicting men walking past shop windows elicit laughter even in mundane situations. Greetings cards featuring jazz drummers set the tone for lively celebrations filled with rhythm and joy. Invitations have long played a role in showcasing cultural milestones such as Glasgow International Exhibition or London Sketch Club Smokers. Leaflets flutter through time, extending an open arm to those seeking artistic inspiration or indulgence in social gatherings. These unassuming pieces connect people across centuries – from medieval knights embarking on quests to modern-day revelers embracing new experiences. Invitations serve as portals between worlds – bridging gaps between history and present-day wonders alike. So next time you receive an invitation – whether it be handwritten or digital – remember its potential significance beyond just RSVPs. Embrace the opportunity it presents; for within lies the promise of extraordinary adventures and memories waiting to be made.