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Background imageVictor Collection: Matania - Last Absolution of the Munsters

Matania - Last Absolution of the Munsters
The Last General Absolution of the Munsters at Rue du Bois - painting by Fortunino Matania. This painting relates to an incident in France in May of 1915

Background imageVictor Collection: WORLD CUP, 1954. Victor Rodriguez Andrade of Uruguay (left) and Nathaniel Lofthouse of England

WORLD CUP, 1954. Victor Rodriguez Andrade of Uruguay (left) and Nathaniel Lofthouse of England face off during the 1954 World Cup in Switzerland

Background imageVictor Collection: Handley Page HP-80 Victor K-2

Handley Page HP-80 Victor K-2
RAF Handley Page Hp-80 Victor K-2 Tanker V-Bomber flying in formation with Two Ee Lightnings During Aerial-Refuelling Date: 1970s

Background imageVictor Collection: Avro Vulcan BMk1, Vickers Valiant BMk1, XD869

Avro Vulcan BMk1, Vickers Valiant BMk1, XD869, and Handley Page Victor BMk1, XA931

Background imageVictor Collection: Handley Page Victor B1 XA930 taking off from Hatfield

Handley Page Victor B1 XA930 taking off from Hatfield
Handley Page Victor B1, XA930, taking off from Hatfield on 14 July 1960 at 190, 000lb all-up weight assisted by de Havilland Spectre rockets. Date: 1960

Background imageVictor Collection: Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics

Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics
Harold Maurice Abrahams, CBE, (18991978) - a British athlete of Jewish origin. He was champion in the 100 metres sprint at the 1924 Olympics in Paris (July 7th)

Background imageVictor Collection: Le Mans 24 Hour Race: Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon Ford GT40 Mk II take the chequered flag to win

Le Mans 24 Hour Race: Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon Ford GT40 Mk II take the chequered flag to win just ahead of Shelby
Bruce McLaren (NZL) and Chris Amon (NZL) Ford GT40 Mk II take the chequered flag to win just ahead of Shelby American Inc. team mates Denny Hulme (NZL) and Ken Miles (USA) Ford GT40 Mk II

Background imageVictor Collection: Thomas Nast cartoon about Boss Tweed corruption

Thomas Nast cartoon about Boss Tweed corruption
" Who stole the peoples money? Twas him" cartoon about Tammany Hall scandal, 1871. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of a Thomas Nast cartoon

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Second placed Jody Scheckter Tyrrell talks with Niki Lauda Ferrari

Formula One World Championship: Second placed Jody Scheckter Tyrrell talks with Niki Lauda Ferrari
(L to R): Second placed Jody Scheckter (RSA) Tyrrell talks with Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari, who suffered a life-threatening accident in the race; and race winner James Hunt (GBR), McLaren

Background imageVictor Collection: Handley Page Victor K1 refuels 2 RAF McDonnell F-4 Phantoms

Handley Page Victor K1 refuels 2 RAF McDonnell F-4 Phantoms
Handley Page Victor K1 refuels two RAF McDonnell F-4 Phantoms

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Mario Andretti Lotus 79 effectively sealed the world championship

Formula One World Championship: Mario Andretti Lotus 79 effectively sealed the world championship with his sixth win of
Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 79 effectively sealed the world championship with his sixth win of the season. It would be his twelfth and final F1 victory of his career

Background imageVictor Collection: The Royal Family of Great Britain 1897

The Royal Family of Great Britain 1897 (the year of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee). 1897

Background imageVictor Collection: Princess Alexandra with her five children

Princess Alexandra with her five children
Princess Alexandra of Wales (1844 1925) (later Queen Alexandra consort) of Edward VII, photographed with her five children (left to right) Princess Victoria, who remained single

Background imageVictor Collection: Eric Liddell celebrating his Olympic win at Edinburgh Univer

Eric Liddell celebrating his Olympic win at Edinburgh Univer
Eric Liddell, the 400m gold medallist at the 1924 Paris Olympic Games, crowned and chaired at Edinburgh University where he had studied science

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Monaco Grand Prix, Rd 3, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, 7 May 1989

Formula One World Championship: Monaco Grand Prix, Rd 3, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, 7 May 1989
Race winner Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/5. Monaco Grand Prix, Rd 3, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, 7 May 1989

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Second placed James Hunt McLaren

Formula One World Championship: Second placed James Hunt McLaren, talks with race winner Niki Lauda Ferrari
(L to R): Second placed James Hunt (GBR) McLaren, talks with race winner Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari. South African Grand Prix, Rd2, Kyalami, South Africa, 6 March 1976

Background imageVictor Collection: Stylish Horse Race by Victor Hicks

Stylish Horse Race by Victor Hicks
A stylised illustration showing an elegant lady leading a racehorse in the paddock. The illustration is accompanied by the following poem; Airs and graces

Background imageVictor Collection: Non-Championship Formula One

Non-Championship Formula One
Third placed Ronnie Peterson (SWE) Lotus 72E (Centre) makes the best start from Jody Scheckter (RSA) Tyrrell 005 (Right), who retired from the race on lap 26 with a blown engine

Background imageVictor Collection: Non-Championship Formula One

Non-Championship Formula One
Tom Pryce (GBR) stops at the end of the pit lane and climbs from his Shadow DN5 after taking his first and only F1 victory. Race of Champions, Brands Hatch, England, 16 March 1975

Background imageVictor Collection: Eugene V. Debs and Ben Hanford as the Socialist Party candidates for President

Eugene V. Debs and Ben Hanford as the Socialist Party candidates for President
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1904. Eugene V. Debs and Ben Hanford as the Socialist Party candidates for President and Vice President on a 1904 campaign poster

Background imageVictor Collection: Victor Trumper. Cricketer

Victor Trumper. Cricketer Date: circa 1900

Background imageVictor Collection: King Victor Emmanuel III

King Victor Emmanuel III
Photographic portrait of Victor Emanuel III, King of Italy (1869-1947). A constitutional monarch, he defied parliamentary majorities in bringing Italy into World War I on the side of the Allies

Background imageVictor 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 imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus 72D took the lead ten laps from the end

Formula One World Championship: Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus 72D took the lead ten laps from the end of the race
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D took the lead ten laps from the end of the race and went on to take victory in the opening race of the season

Background imageVictor Collection: Rutabaga, Root Crops and Vegetables, Victorian Botanical Illustration

Rutabaga, Root Crops and Vegetables, Victorian Botanical Illustration
Very Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraved Victorian Botanical Illustration of Rutabaga, Root Crops and Vegetables: Plate 14, Published in 1886

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Ayrton Senna McLaren MP4 / 8 took a dominant victory in

Formula One World Championship: Ayrton Senna McLaren MP4 / 8 took a dominant victory in the difficult conditions
Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/8 took a dominant victory in the difficult conditions. European Grand Prix, Donington Park, England, 11 April 1993

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Race winner Jackie Stewart Tyrrell 006 leaves the air on a jump a

Formula One World Championship: Race winner Jackie Stewart Tyrrell 006 leaves the air on a jump a little way past
Race winner Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 006 leaves the air on a jump a little way past Pflanzgarten. German Grand Prix, Rd 11, Nurburgring, Germany, 5 August 1973

Background imageVictor Collection: Frontispiece illustration from Frankenstein

Frontispiece illustration from Frankenstein
Frontispiece illustration from Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein. Date: first published 1818

Background imageVictor Collection: Prototype Handley Page Victor B2 XH668

Prototype Handley Page Victor B2 XH668
Prototype Handley Page Victor B2, XH668

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M26 took his tenth

Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M26 took his tenth and final GP victory in the last race of
James Hunt (GBR) McLaren M26 took his tenth and final GP victory in the last race of the season. Japanese Grand Prix, Rd 17, Mount Fuji, Japan, 23 October 1977. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Race winner Mario Andretti Lotus 79 talks with Colin Chapman Lotus

Formula One World Championship: Race winner Mario Andretti Lotus 79 talks with Colin Chapman Lotus Team Owner in
Race winner Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 79 talks with Colin Chapman (GBR) Lotus Team Owner (Left) in the pits. Dutch Grand Prix, Rd 13, Zandvoort, Holland, 27 August 1978. BEST IMAGE

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Pole sitter Ayrton Senna McLaren

Formula One World Championship: Pole sitter Ayrton Senna McLaren, who retired from the race on lap 38 with an
(L to R): Pole sitter Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren, who retired from the race on lap 38 with an electrical problem, gives his race winning team mate Gerhard Berger (AUT)

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Third placed Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus 72D holds off the race

Formula One World Championship: Third placed Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus 72D holds off the race winner Jackie Stewart
Third placed Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D holds off the race winner Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 006/2 as they approach the first corner. Belgian Grand Prix, Zolder, 20 May 1973. BEST IMAGE

Background imageVictor Collection: Stiebel Evening Dress

Stiebel Evening Dress
An evening dress in golden jersey classically draped and folded. By Victor Stiebel at Jacqmar

Background imageVictor Collection: Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo
VICTOR HUGO with scenes from two of his books

Background imageVictor Collection: 1973: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1973: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1973

1973: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1973: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1973
Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1973

Background imageVictor Collection: Victor Stiebel / Dress

Victor Stiebel / Dress
A fashion design by Victor Stiebel (1907-1976) for a blue paper taffeta cocktail dress. The diaphragm is swathed with darker shaded taffeta, which falls in two flat panels

Background imageVictor Collection: Victor Stiebel / Ballgown

Victor Stiebel / Ballgown
A glamorous evening dress of nylon lace made by designer Victor Stiebel (1907-1976). See picture no.10197051

Background imageVictor Collection: Victor Stiebel Suit

Victor Stiebel Suit
A town suit in charcoal grey flannel with velvet collar by Victor Stiebel for Jacqmar. Jacket fastens diagonally, basque curves over the hips

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship: Race winner Niki Lauda Ferrari 312T leads at the start of the race

Formula One World Championship: Race winner Niki Lauda Ferrari 312T leads at the start of the race
Race winner Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari 312T leads at the start of the race. French Grand Prix, Rd 9, Paul Ricard, France, 6 July 1975

Background imageVictor Collection: Hugh of St Victor / Thevet

Hugh of St Victor / Thevet
HUGH OF SAINT VICTOR Saxon or Flemish theologian and mystic

Background imageVictor Collection: Theatre / Extravaganza

Theatre / Extravaganza
FRANKENSTEIN a spoof version of Mary Shelleys novel: the extravaganza Frankenstein; or, The Model Man, at the Adelphi Theatre

Background imageVictor Collection: Le Mans 24 Hour Race

Le Mans 24 Hour Race
Race winner Chris Amon (NZL) (Right) is driven through Parc Ferme by partner Bruce McLaren (NZL) in their Shelby American Inc. Ford GT40 Mk II. Le Mans 24 Hours Race, Le Sarthe, France, 19 June 1966

Background imageVictor Collection: Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale

Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale - British Royalty, elder son of Edward VII (1864-1892), died of pneumonia aged 28. Part of Box 63 Boswell collection. Celebrities of the day

Background imageVictor Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D nursed a deflated rear tyre around the demanding park circuit to take victory. Spanish Grand Prix, Montjuich Park, 29 April 1973. BEST IMAGE

Background imageVictor Collection: Canon John Neale Dalton (1839-1931), Steward of St. Georges Chapel, Windsor

Canon John Neale Dalton (1839-1931), Steward of St. Georges Chapel, Windsor, and appointed tutor to the future George V and his elder brother, Albert Victor, in 1871

Background imageVictor Collection: Kaiser Wilhem II in a champagne bottle (colour litho)

Kaiser Wilhem II in a champagne bottle (colour litho)
3096390 Kaiser Wilhem II in a champagne bottle (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Kaiser Wilhem II in a champagne bottle)

Background imageVictor Collection: Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale

Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale (1864 - 1892) - elder son of Edward VII, died of pneumonia aged 28. Date: circa 1890



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"Victor: A Legacy of Triumph and Achievement" From the iconic artwork of Matania's "Last Absolution of the Munsters" to the awe-inspiring sight of Handley Page Victor B1 XA930 taking off from Hatfield, it has always been synonymous with greatness. In the world of sports, it has witnessed historic moments like Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon's thrilling victory at Le Mans 24 Hour Race, narrowly beating their Shelby American Inc. Teammates. It was a triumph that echoed Harold Abrahams' legendary win in the 100m race at the 1924 Olympics, forever etching his name in history. But it is not just on racetracks where Victor shines; it soars through skies as well. The Avro Vulcan BMk1 and Vickers Valiant BMk1 XD869 are testaments to its aviation prowess – sleek machines that defy gravity with grace and power. Even amidst adversity, Victor stands tall. Formula One World Championship saw Jody Scheckter engaging in a heartfelt conversation with Niki Lauda after his life-threatening accident during a race. Their resilience mirrors that of The Royal Family of Great Britain in 1897 when they faced challenges head-on, united by strength and determination. Yet, beyond victories on tracks or fields lies an artist's touch – captured beautifully by Eric Liddell celebrating his Olympic win at Edinburgh University or Mario Andretti sealing his twelfth triumph in Formula One World Championship aboard Lotus 79. Through time and imagination alike, Victor remains an emblematic figure - from Thomas Nast's cartoon exposing Boss Tweed corruption to Frankenstein's haunting frontispiece illustration. And even within equestrian realms, such as Stylish Horse Race by Victor Hicks - elegance personified. Victor embodies more than just success; it represents passion, resilience, creativity – all woven into a tapestry that inspires generations to reach for their own victories.