CodeGB/BCA/562
Dates1758-1805
Person NameNelson; Horatio (1758-1805)
SurnameNelson
ForenamesHoratio
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
08154[no caption]Jon [William John Philpin Jones]20 Dec 196508154.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/2/3"Sit still Sidney - you'll 'ave the blooming lot over."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)07 Jun 1946GAA020157.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/1673Published caption: "You wouldn't be wishing to be the only visitor leaving Dublin without a
genuine head of Nelson himself."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)19 Apr 1966GA2330.jpg 
12848"You wash, I'll wipe..."David Myers05 Feb 196812848.jpg 
61305[no caption]Nicholas Garland31 May 200261305.jpg 
PC1419[no caption]Dave Gaskill22 Apr 1997PC1419.jpg 
08788"You wouldn't be wishing to be the only visitor leaving Dublin without a genuine head of Nelson himself."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)19 Apr 196608788.jpg 
12532[no caption]Nicholas Garland21 Dec 196712532.jpg 
58937[no caption]Steve Fricker02 Aug 200158937.jpg 
CU1223"Why in your day, I was only so high."Michael Cummings25 Jun 1952CU1223.jpg 
32586Published caption: "I'll 'ave yer under the unfair trading act!"Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)22 Oct 197832586.jpg 
MC1200"Why in your day, I was only so high."Michael Cummings25 Jun 1952MC1200.jpg 
GAN/1426"You wouldn't be wishing to be the only visitor leaving Dublin without a
genuine head of Nelson himself."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)19 Apr 1966GAN1481.jpg 
PC1062[no caption]Peter Schrank12 May 1996PC1062.jpg 
ILW0873[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 March 1945ILW0873.jpg 
58612Fury at MoT benefit test for the disabledPaul Thomas05 Jul 200158612.jpg 
VY0683"The Canal must be run efficiently and kept open, as it has always been in the past, as a free and international waterway for the ships of all nations" - Sir Anthony EdenVicky [Victor Weisz]13 Aug 1956VY0683.jpg 
WH1189How they bring Nelson up to date. [on reverse]W.K. Haselden22 Jul 1925WH1189.jpg 
12940[no caption] / "I don't quite follow this, but I gather Ray Gunter has just refused them a work permit." / "A penny for my thoughts? Are you kidding?"Keith Waite21 Feb 196812940.jpg 
MW1076"I wonder what a bloody awful nonsense Lord B. will make out of this?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1962MW1076.jpg 
ILW1086Scorn in EgyptIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 May 1946ILW1086.jpg 
NEB0792"Then he suddenly threw down his paper, slid to the ground, and went off towards the admiralty at a heck of a lick."NEB [Ronald Niebour]24 Feb 1951NEB0792.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/38/36Published caption: "Talking of Sportsmanship and Sabotage, Rodney - I haven't forgotten
the time you got me plastered the night before the Round the Island race."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)27 Sep 1983GAA384670.jpg 
MC0006[The things they laugh at in Britain in published caption] "What's that about calling up reserve naval officers, McAllister?"Michael Cummings14 Jan 1949MC0006.jpg 
40442[no caption]Michael Cummings13 Feb 197040442.jpg 
NG3619"I have a right to be blind sometimes..."Nicholas Garland04 May 1988NG3619.jpg 
DL1834Helping NelsonDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Feb 1942DL1834.jpg 
JL4889London Laughs. Nelson's Views / "Take broadside ... Westminster City Council probably speaking French and Boney's statue here now if it hadn't been for somebody's Rum at Trafalgar ... end broadside."Joseph Lee15 Oct 1952JL4889.jpg 
JL0118London Laughs: Nelson's Column / "You owe me five bob, Bert. It WAS his right eye."Joseph Lee10 Oct 1934JL0118.jpg 
DL0486Low's standard statue. / (Patent applied for.)David Low (1891-1963)27 Jan 1931DL0486.jpg 
ILW1834[Illingworth cartoon ILW 1834]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197928 February 1951ILW1834.jpg 
LSE8908Unrest among London statuesDavid Low (1891-1963)11 May 1948LSE8908.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/77"Sit still Sidney - you'll 'ave the blooming lot over."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)07 Jun 1946GA0095.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/3225Published caption: "Talking of Sportsmanship and Sabotage, Rodney - I haven't forgotten
the time you got me plastered the night before the Round the Island race."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)27 Sep 1983GA4583.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/33/39Published caption: "I'll 'ave yer under the unfair trading act!"Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)22 Oct 1978GAA334053.jpg 
CG/1/1/2/1157Published caption: "I'll 'ave yer under the unfair trading act!"Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)22 Oct 1978GA3926.jpg 
CG/2/5/904Published caption: "It's agreed then, gentlemen, that next year we'll get de Havillands
to design one and this young fella Moss to sail her."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)28 Sep 1958GAP0908.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/13/4Published caption: "It's agreed then, gentlemen, that next year we'll get de Havillands to design one and this young fella Moss to sail her."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)28 Sep 1958GAA131541.jpg 
GAN/419Published caption: "It's agreed then, gentlemen, that next year we'll get de Havillands
to design one and this young fella Moss to sail her."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)28 Sep 1958GAN0444.jpg 
TW1819Published caption: The Ill-Luck of the NavyTom Webster (1886-1962)25 July 1929TW1819.jpg 
WDN1199The Government's tramp shipping subsidy is to be distributed with complete disregard of the claims of employed and unemployed seamen.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1937]WDN1199.jpg 
24531"We don't care if he did win the Battle of Trafalgar! He's being arrested for a casual affair with a loose woman."Michael Cummings27 May 197324531.jpg 
95484No captionPaul Thomas10 Nov 201195484.jpg 
NG2392[no caption]Nicholas Garland07 Feb 1982NG2392.jpg 
99977"Gosh...these Eastern Europeans are resourceful!"Michael Heath05 Jan 201499977.jpg 
NG1923"I have the right to be blind sometimes ... I really do not see the signal!"Nicholas Garland07 Jul 1979NG1923.jpg 
23585"What's he mean 'Don't rock the boat'? Are we going somewhere?"Paul Rigby15 Dec 197223585.jpg 
PC6096[no caption]Paul Thomas28 Apr 1999PC6096.jpg 
LSE7427Tails Up in Trafalgar Square.David Low (1891-1963)19 Aug 1926LSE7427.jpg 
23331Hugh Scanlon - symbol of the Left's hard lineMichael Cummings30 Oct 197223331.jpg 
TW0788[No caption]Tom Webster (1886-1962)3 May 1924TW0788.jpg 
WH3832Misleading faces - a warning No. 2 [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden15 Mar 1927WH3832.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/2/11/45"Daddy's a pet, really - but don't mention about America leaving the British out of the
Pacific talks."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)28 Sep 1952GAB0166.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/6/114"Daddy's a pet, really - but don't mention about America leaving the British out of the
Pacific talks."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)28 Sep 1952GAA060809.jpg 
LSE5291Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Jan 1935LSE5291.jpg 
12937"Scrub it hard, he said..."Stanley Franklin21 Feb 196812937.jpg 
63953[no caption]Patrick Blower13 Feb 200363953.jpg 
PC0143[no caption]Nicholas Garland11 Jul 1996PC0143.jpg 
47227Published caption: "Talking of Sportsmanship and Sabotage, Rodney - I haven't forgotten the time you got me plastered the night before the Round the Island race."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)27 Sep 198347227.jpg 
MC0241When the heroes of the 20th century get their pedestalsMichael Cummings27 Sep 1956MC0241.jpg 
DL2878Unrest among London statuesDavid Low (1891-1963)11 May 1948DL2878.jpg 
GS0332Published caption: 1805-1934. Still the same spirit (Tomorrow is Trafalgar Day.)Sidney 'George' Strube20 Oct 1934GS0332.jpg 
LSE3077Helping NelsonDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Feb 1942LSE3077.jpg 
LSE1942A use for our immortals at last.David Low (1891-1963)22 May 1933LSE1942.jpg 
LSE1628Low's standard statue. / (Patent applied for.)David Low (1891-1963)27 Jan 1931LSE1628.jpg 
DL0913Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Jan 1935DL0913.jpg 
103956I [heart] EuropeChristian Adams19 Apr 2016103956.jpg 
04387'Pity I can't be another Lord Nelson..'Stanley Franklin16 Sep 196304387.jpg 
DL0881Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1934DL0881.jpg 
LSE5279Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1934LSE5279.jpg 
GS0253Published caption: To-day's march past.Sidney 'George' Strube24 May 1933GS0253.jpg 
GAN/27"Daddy's a pet, really - but don't mention about America leaving the British out of the Pacific talks."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)28 Sep 1952  
DL0732A use for our immortals at last.David Low (1891-1963)22 May 1933DL0732.jpg 
LSE0531Jim's pet story for 1930(?)David Low (1891-1963)26 Jan 1929LSE0531.jpg 
WH0409Allies now. But what do they think about it [on reverse]
Published caption: Napoleon and Nelson on the Entente Cordiale.
Printed under published cartoon: From Elysium the two great combatants of 1805 look down upon the Portsmouth rejoicings, which compel notice even in the clouds. A vast change indeed from 1805, the year of Trafalgar!
W.K. Haselden09 Aug 1905WH0409.jpg 
VY3440"Of course, if these pirates came from behind the Iron Curtain we'd call them freedom fighters"Vicky [Victor Weisz]25 Jan 1961VY3440.jpg 
WDC0033Some notes for a lecture on the soft emotion.
Love - technique of - varied little through the ages - instance cases of Cleopatra, Paola and Francisca, Lady Hamilton, etc.
Reached highest point of moral beauty at court of Queen Victoria - compare Prince consort with Caligula - greatly disadvantage latter
The blush - deleterious love manifestation - manly stand against it on part of english publishers saved the young of Victorian era from its ravages
Develop theory that modern fall from Victorian standards largely due to subversive growth of Eugenic Theory.
The neanderthal Cupid of D.H. Lawrence and Herr Freud - signally lacking in the ancient sweetness.
1919 - discovery of sin by Mr Arlen - deplore novelist of soutenir school living on the immoral earnings of the little winged god
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWDC0033.jpg 
105201Historic Autographs: What They Cost You...Peter Brookes20 Mar 2017105201.jpg 
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