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"Previously, in the annals of history: Members of No20 Squadron RAF soared through the skies, their bravery unmatched

Background imagePreviously Collection: Members of No20 Squadron RAF

Members of No20 Squadron RAF
Members of No20 Squadron, RAF, pictured with some of their Hawker Hunter F6s at RAF Tengah, Singapore to celebrate the squadrons 50th anniversary

Background imagePreviously Collection: Saint Patrick

Saint Patrick
SAINT PATRICK postcard commemorating his coming to Ireland 1500 years previously

Background imagePreviously Collection: Shaftesbury Homes Fortescue House, Twickenham

Shaftesbury Homes Fortescue House, Twickenham
Shaftesbury Homes School for Boys at Fortescue House, Hampton Road Twickenham, opened in 1937. It had previously been located in premises at London Road, Twickenham. Date: circa 1937

Background imagePreviously Collection: Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH. 84 Dragon G-ACIU

Croydon Airport - de Havilland DH. 84 Dragon G-ACIU
de Havilland DH.84 Dragon G-ACIU (msn 3041) of Surrey Flying Services Ltd. approaching to land at Croydon Airport. First registered on 25.07.33 was previously owned by Marmaduke Furness (Lord Furness)

Background imagePreviously Collection: Queen Mary, c. 1911

Queen Mary, c. 1911
Photographic portrait of Queen Mary, previously Princess May of Teck (1867-1953), pictured c.1911, wearing robes of the Order of the Garter

Background imagePreviously Collection: Queen Mary and Princess Elizabeth, c. 1926

Queen Mary and Princess Elizabeth, c. 1926
Photographic portrait of Queen Mary (1867-1953), previously Princess May of Teck, pictured with Princess Elizabeth (b.1926), later Queen Elizabeth II, in c.1926

Background imagePreviously Collection: The Re-cut Koh-i-noor Diamond, 1852

The Re-cut Koh-i-noor Diamond, 1852
Engraving of the re-cut Koh-i-noor ( mountain of light ) diamond, 1852. Previously owned by the Mogul emperors, the Persian Shahs and Ranjit Singh, the Lion of the Punjab

Background imagePreviously Collection: SS Berengaria Passing Spithead, 1935

SS Berengaria Passing Spithead, 1935
Photograph of the Cunard Liner SS Berengaria passing through the lines of the British Fleet, assembled for the Spithead Review, on her homeward journey from New York

Background imagePreviously Collection: Doonagore Castle, Co Clare, Ireland, 16Th Century Tower House Overlooking The Atlantic Ocean

Doonagore Castle, Co Clare, Ireland, 16Th Century Tower House Overlooking The Atlantic Ocean

Background imagePreviously Collection: A portrait of Captain Lord Chelmsford after his appointment

A portrait of Captain Lord Chelmsford after his appointment
Lord Chelmsford, the new viceroy of India. He was previously HM representative in Australia; Queensland and New South Wales. Date: 1916

Background imagePreviously Collection: A Sawrian: cartoon on Gideon Mantell (1790-1852) the English geologist who discovered a suarian

A Sawrian: cartoon on Gideon Mantell (1790-1852) the English geologist who discovered a suarian, the Iguanodon, near Cuckfield, Sussex in 1820, and deduced from the teeth that it was a herbivore

Background imagePreviously Collection: China Jiangxi

China Jiangxi
Previously known as Kiang-si

Background imagePreviously Collection: 4th Earl Harrington

4th Earl Harrington
CHARLES STANHOPE, fourth earl of HARRINGTON previously Lord Petersham : being saluted by a groom. Date: 1780 - 1851

Background imagePreviously Collection: David Lloyd-George (1863-1945) speaking in Rochdale, 1923

David Lloyd-George (1863-1945) speaking in Rochdale, 1923
Photograph of David Lloyd-George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, the Welsh Liberal statesman, addressing a large crowd at Rochdale during the election campaign of 1923

Background imagePreviously Collection: Louise Jopling - 3

Louise Jopling - 3
LOUISE JOPLING (nee Goode) (previously mrs Romer) artist known for genre paintings and portraits, art teacher

Background imagePreviously Collection: The Uncut Koh-i-noor Diamond, c. 1851

The Uncut Koh-i-noor Diamond, c. 1851
Engraving of the Koh-i-noor ( mountain of light ) diamond, in its original state, circa 1851. Previously owned by the Mogul emperors, the Persian Shahs and Ranjit Singh, the Lion of the Punjab

Background imagePreviously Collection: Boeing KC-135A Stratotanker 57-2589

Boeing KC-135A Stratotanker 57-2589
United States Air Force - Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker 57-2589 (MSN 17725) 13 December 1958: First flight. 21 January 1959: 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE

Background imagePreviously Collection: Piel CP. 301B Emeraude G-ASVG

Piel CP. 301B Emeraude G-ASVG
Piel CP.301B Emeraude G-ASVG (msn 109). An Ateliers Aeronautique Rousseau built CP-301B, previously F-BILV, keeping a Druine D.31 Turbulent company in a hangar, somewhere in England. Date: 1960s

Background imagePreviously Collection: Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer 150 EL-AFE

Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer 150 EL-AFE (msn 22-5155) in Liberia. Previously this aircraft was registered as N7357D in the US, F-MKAG and F-OCES in France, before export to Liberia as EL-AFE

Background imagePreviously Collection: Nord 1002 Pingouin II G-ASTG

Nord 1002 Pingouin II G-ASTG (msn 183), previously F-BGKI, built in 1945 by Societe Nationale de Constructions Aeronautiques du Nord (SNCAN)

Background imagePreviously Collection: Previously Reported Missing - Now?

Previously Reported Missing - Now?
An illustrated front cover for Previously Reported Missing - Now...?, written by Gilbert Chester, no. 66 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imagePreviously Collection: Letter to Laura Francatelli, RMS Titanic survivor

Letter to Laura Francatelli, RMS Titanic survivor
White Star Line, RMS Titanic. Previously unseen letter dated 5th May 1938 on United Artists Studio Corporation, Hollywood notepaper to Titanic First Class passenger Laura Mabel Francatelli

Background imagePreviously Collection: RMS Queen Mary, lifeboat emergency ration tin

RMS Queen Mary, lifeboat emergency ration tin
RMS QUEEN MARY: Lifeboat emergency ration tin, identical to Queen Mary ration tins sold previously. 7ins. 2ins

Background imagePreviously Collection: HMS Stalker, a Mk. III LST

HMS Stalker, a Mk. III LST
HMS Stalker, a Mark III LST (Landing Ship, Tank), previously known as LST 3515, seen at the Pounds of Portsmouth scrapyard circa 2006

Background imagePreviously Collection: MIHAILO ASSASSINATED

MIHAILO ASSASSINATED
Prince Mihailo (Michael) Obrenovich III, previously deposed but reinstated, is assassinated (why and by whom still unknown) : he lies in state at Belgrade. 10 June 1868

Background imagePreviously Collection: de Havilland Canada U-6A Beaver 164525

de Havilland Canada U-6A Beaver 164525
United States Navy - de Havilland Canada U-6A Beaver 164525 (msn 492-1275, ex USAF 52-6113, ex N4755T), of the Naval Test Pilot School, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland

Background imagePreviously Collection: DDE-90025062

DDE-90025062
Common buzzard swooping in for a fish previously being enjoyed by a Japanese crane, Hokkaido, Japan. Date: 23/04/2009

Background imagePreviously Collection: Russia, St. Petersburg, The Annunciation Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg, The Annunciation Bridge
Vintage 19th century photograph: Russia, St. Petersburg, The Annunciation Bridge - previously Blagoveshchensky most; from 1855 to 1918 Nikolaevsky Bridge

Background imagePreviously Collection: The South Mole, harbour, Strait of Gibraltar

The South Mole, harbour, Strait of Gibraltar
Vintage 19th century photograph: Previously known as the New Mole and New Mole Extension, the South Mole, with the rest of harbour, is just north of the east entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar

Background imagePreviously Collection: The film star Rudolph Valentino, with Helen D Algy

The film star Rudolph Valentino, with Helen D Algy
The film star Rudolph Valentino (previously a famed cabaret dancer in New York), with Helen D Algy in the Paramount film A Sainted Devil doing a tango, 1924 Date: 1924

Background imagePreviously Collection: The dancing Triana sisters Maura and Renee, 1929

The dancing Triana sisters Maura and Renee, 1929 opening a new act with their brother Julio and had previously been in stage presentation shows Date: 1929

Background imagePreviously Collection: London church

London church
All Hallows-by-the-Tower, also previously dedicated to St Mary the Virgin and sometimes known as All Hallows Barking, is an ancient Anglican church on Byward Street in the City of London

Background imagePreviously Collection: Roman sarcophagus (marble)

Roman sarcophagus (marble)
875164 Roman sarcophagus (marble) by Roman; Museo dell Opera del Duomo, Florence, Tuscany, Italy; (add.info.: Previously situated by the South Door of the Baptistery)

Background imagePreviously Collection: Islington Spa, previously New Tunbridge Wells, 1735 (engraving)

Islington Spa, previously New Tunbridge Wells, 1735 (engraving)
611046 Islington Spa, previously New Tunbridge Wells, 1735 (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Islington Spa, previously New Tunbridge Wells)

Background imagePreviously Collection: Short Sunderland MR. 5 NZ4105 A

Short Sunderland MR. 5 NZ4105 A
New Zealand Air Force - Short Sunderland MR.5 NZ4105 A, of No.5 Squadron Lauthala Bay(wash) Previously PP110 with the Royal Air Force. Date: circa 1957

Background imagePreviously Collection: Junkers Ju 88 D-1 / Trop FE-1598

Junkers Ju 88 D-1 / Trop FE-1598
(ex Royal Romanian Air Force) - Junkers Ju 88 D-1/Trop FE-1598 (Werk Nr. 430650 / HK959 / Baksheesh ), in outdoor storage / display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force

Background imagePreviously Collection: Hurel-Dubois HD. 34 F-AZNH

Hurel-Dubois HD. 34 F-AZNH
Hurel-Dubois HD.34 F-AZNH (msn 01, formerly F-BHOO) providing shelter at an air display. Previously one of eight operated by the Institut Geographique Nationale (IGN) from Creil. Date: circa 2003

Background imagePreviously Collection: Cessna 310C G-ARBI

Cessna 310C G-ARBI (msn 35011) at Sywell. Previously registered N2611C in the United States. Date: 1970s

Background imagePreviously Collection: CLIMBING THE POLE / FAIR

CLIMBING THE POLE / FAIR
Climbing the pole. This game originated from an idea by M. Franck, a doctor who decided that humans should re-learn such skills previously used to climb trees & forage for food

Background imagePreviously Collection: SHEPHERD MARKET / PHOTO

SHEPHERD MARKET / PHOTO
Shepherd Market, Mayfair, previously the site of the May Fair from which the district takes its name. It was laid out in c.1735 by architect Edward Shepherd. Date: 1931

Background imagePreviously Collection: Metropolitan Meat Market

Metropolitan Meat Market
19th century engraving of the Metropolitan Meat Market. The market originally covered 30 acres of the site and grounds of Copenhagen House (previously a pleasure resort and tea garden)

Background imagePreviously Collection: The Tower Subway

The Tower Subway
The second oldest tunnel running under the Thames, running between Tower Hill on the north side of the river, through to Vine Lane on the south side of the river (just to the west of Tower Bridge)

Background imagePreviously Collection: Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer Mk. 3 G-AJRT

Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer Mk. 3 G-AJRT
Miles M.14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-AJRT (msn 7183). Previously Magister L8288 with the Royal Air Force. Withdrawn from use on 3 September 1962 when owned by Grimsby flying Club. Date: 1950s

Background imagePreviously Collection: Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-AKRV

Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-AKRV
Miles M.14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-AKRV, at White Waltham, before export to Tanganyika, (Previously Magister T9896 with the Royal Air Force)

Background imagePreviously Collection: Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer Mk. 3 G-ANWO

Miles M. 14A Hawk Trainer Mk. 3 G-ANWO
Miles M.14A Hawk Trainer 3 G-ANWO (msn 7183). Previously L8262 with the Royal Air Force. Withdrawn from use after an accident at Kirton-in-Lindsey on 21 April 1962

Background imagePreviously Collection: Tipsy Junior - G-AMVP

Tipsy Junior - G-AMVP
Tipsy Junior G-AMVP (msn J111), previously OO-ULA. Date: 1970s

Background imagePreviously Collection: Piel CP. 301A Emeraude - G-ARRS

Piel CP. 301A Emeraude - G-ARRS
Piel CP.301A Emeraude G-ARRS (msn 226) at Baginton. (manufactured by Societe Menavia and previously registered F-BIMA in France) Date: 1964

Background imagePreviously Collection: Piper PA-30 Twin Comanche F-OCGY

Piper PA-30 Twin Comanche F-OCGY at the Aero Club dAbidjan in Ivory Coast. F-OCGY (msn 30-619), was previously registered in the US as N7556Y. Date: 1966



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"Previously, in the annals of history: Members of No20 Squadron RAF soared through the skies, their bravery unmatched. Saint Patrick's legacy continued to inspire generations with his indomitable spirit. Shaftesbury Homes Fortescue House in Twickenham stood as a beacon of hope for countless children seeking solace and care. The de Havilland DH. 84 Dragon G-ACIU gracefully took flight from Croydon Airport, leaving trails of wonder in its wake. In regal elegance, Queen Mary graced the world with her presence in 1911, captivating hearts wherever she went. Years later, Queen Mary and Princess Elizabeth shared a tender moment that would forever be etched in history. The Koh-i-noor Diamond underwent a remarkable transformation in 1852 when it was re-cut to reveal its true brilliance—a symbol of resilience and beauty. Captain Lord Chelmsford assumed his post with unwavering determination, ready to face any challenge that lay ahead. Doonagore Castle proudly stood on the cliffs of Co Clare, Ireland—an ancient tower house overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean—bearing witness to centuries gone by. SS Berengaria majestically sailed past Spithead in 1935—a testament to human ingenuity and progress on the high seas. The 4th Earl Harrington left an indelible mark on society through his contributions and influence. From China's Jiangxi province emerged tales steeped in rich culture and heritage—an enchanting glimpse into a land filled with wonders untold. " Note.