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Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Front cover illustration from the magazine Tres Sport, July 1922

Front cover illustration from the magazine Tres Sport, July 1922

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Cycling, Sport, Fun, Travel, 20th century

Cycling, Sport, Fun, Travel, 20th century. A print from La Manufacture Francais D Armes et Cycles de Saint-Etienne, French mail order catalog

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Kitty Brunell looking under the bonnet of a Talbot 14 / 45 sportsmans coupe, c1928

Kitty Brunell looking under the bonnet of a Talbot 14 / 45 sportsmans coupe, c1928
Talbot 14/45 Sportsmans Coupe 1928 1665 cc. Vehicle Reg. No. XV9554. Driver: Brunell, Miss. K Place

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Cricket at Gads Hill Place, Rochester, c1868

Cricket at Gads Hill Place, Rochester, c1868. Charles Dickens Bowling the first ball at a charity match at the back of Gads Hill Place near Rochester, September 16th 1868. From The Studio Volume 108

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Cricket Game. From Almanach de Douze Sports, 1898. Artist: Nicholson, Sir William

Cricket Game. From Almanach de Douze Sports, 1898. Artist: Nicholson, Sir William
Cricket Game. From Almanach de Douze Sports, 1898. Private Collection

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: The Boxers, 1898, (1935). Creator: William Nicholson

The Boxers, 1898, (1935). Creator: William Nicholson
The Boxers, 1898, (1935). Two men in a boxing ring. From " An Almanac Of Twelve Sports" by Rudyard Kipling. [William Heinemann, London, 1898]

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Cricket, from British Sports and Games, pub. C. 1880. Creator: English School (19th Century)

Cricket, from British Sports and Games, pub. C. 1880. Creator: English School (19th Century)
Cricket, from British Sports and Games, pub. C. 1880 (Colour lithograph), 1880

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Harold Edward Red Grang, American Football player, mid 1920s

Harold Edward Red Grang, American Football player, mid 1920s. Nicknamed The Galloping Ghost, Grange (1903-1991) was a college

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: The Football Players, 1908

The Football Players, 1908. Found in the Collection of Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Launcelot and Maroon, c1840s, (1911)

Launcelot and Maroon, c1840s, (1911). Launcelot (1837-1861) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire best known for winning the classic St Leger Stakes in 1840

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Rugby Football, 1937

Rugby Football, 1937. From The Childrens Golden Treasure Book for 1937, edited by John R. Crossland and J. M. Parrish. [Odhams Press Ltd. London, 1937]. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Artist: WA Rouch

Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Artist: WA Rouch
Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Regarded as possibly the greatest cricketer of all time

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s

Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s. Artist: Barratts Photo Press Ltd
Arsenal FC captain Eddie Hapgood runs onto the pitch at Highbury, London, 1930s. A left back, Hapgood (1908-1973) was Arsenals captain from 1933

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Gymnastics, 19th century(?)

Gymnastics, 19th century(?)

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912). Artist: Henry Dixon

Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912). Artist: Henry Dixon
Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912). From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Football in the East End, London, 1926-1927

Football in the East End, London, 1926-1927. Illustration from Wonderful London, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, Volume I, published by Amalgamated Press, (London, 1926-1927)

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Canadian Winter Sports: A Jolly Trio, Grenadier Pond, Toronto, Canada, 20th Century

Canadian Winter Sports: A Jolly Trio, Grenadier Pond, Toronto, Canada, 20th Century

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Ice Skaters, c. 1920. Artist: Klinger, Max (1857-1920)

Ice Skaters, c. 1920. Artist: Klinger, Max (1857-1920)
Ice Skaters, c. 1920. From a private collection

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Horseracing, 1888. Artist: Jean Louis Forain

Horseracing, 1888. Artist: Jean Louis Forain
Horseracing, 1888. Found in the collection of the State A Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageSomething Sporty Collection: Society ladies cycling in Hyde Park, London, 1896

Society ladies cycling in Hyde Park, London, 1896. From Vanity Fair. (London, June 1896)


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