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This ballad sheet published in 1803 is typical of the many songs, images and publications that flooded the print market,...
The ballad sheet shown here was published in the early years of the 19th century and is typical of the many songs, pamph...
How did you learn your ABC? This tiny tool, known as a hornbook, was used by children more than 200 years ago. If you r...
This elaborate Jewish marriage-ring has a delicate pattern of twisted gold threads and bright enamel flowers. The ring f...
This ballad sheet published by Rudolph Ackermann in the early 19th century is typical of the many nationalistic songs an...
Map, Print, Image
This map was published the early years of the 19th century and depicts the districts of civil defence that were drawn up...
Playbill, Advertisement, Ephemera
The American Ira Aldridge (1807–1867) was the first black actor to play a Shakespearean role in Britain. He was 17 when ...