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"Hundreds of butterflies flitted in and out of sight like short-lived punctuation marks in a stream of consciousness without beginning or end.

High quality vintage art reproduction by Buyenlarge. One of many rare and wonderful images brought forward in time. I hope they bring you pleasure each and every time you look at them.

Milton's Paradise Lost

This masterpiece was not completed until by which time John Milton was totally blind. 'Paradise Lost' fulfilled his desire 'to leave something so written to after times as they should not willingly let it die'.

retro patterns

Dress Vintage Sewing Pattern Bust 31 Simplicity 3068 Fit and Flare, Shawl Collar, Full Skirt Dress, Sheath Dress, Wide Collar Dress

HMS Barham (04) - Corazzata classe Queen Elizabeth - Entrata in servizio	19 ottobre 1915 - Dislocamento	(alla costruzione) 33.550 Lunghezza	196 m Larghezza	31,7 m Pescaggio	10 m Propulsione	24 × caldaie, pressione massima 1965 Pa, 4 gruppi turboriduttori 4 assi elica Velocità	25 nodi  (46,3 km/h) Autonomia	8.600 n.mi. a 12,5 nodi (15.900 km a 23 km/h) Equipaggio	1.124-1.184 - Affondata  il 25 novembre 1941

HMS Barham entering Grand Harbour in Valletta, Malta. My father was in Malta during the siege, he was on the Royal Artillery anti aircraft guns.

Tom Landry-Army Air Corps-WW2-2nd Lt.-8th Air Force (Coach for Giants, Dallas Cowboys, played for Yankees and Giants)

Tom Landry-Army Air Air Force (Coach for Giants, Dallas Cowboys, played for Yankees and Giants)

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Elizabeth Taylor is shown at the premiere of "The Lady with the Lamp" at the Warner Theater in London, England, Sept.

Antoni Tàpies: Blau i taronja, 1975

art journal - expression through abstraction — paintedout: Antoni Tapies

Faberge

A rare Fabergé jewelled gold brooch, workmaster Edouard Schramm, St Petersburg, circa 1890

John J. Crocheron owned a home in Old Cahawba, the state's first capital and now a ghost town. The home, built in 1847, burned in the early 1900s, leaving some of the columns

10 endangered Alabama plantation homes, plus 15 mansions lost to history

John J. Crocheron owned a home in Old Cahawba, the state's first capital and now a ghost town. The home, built in 1847, burned in the early 1900s, leaving some of the columns

Afternoon dress, Chouvenin & Legrand, France, ca. 1877. Matelassé and silk faille. Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology: “The bustle of the late 1870s emphasized the derriere, while the tightness of the dress in front also outlined the shape of a woman’s legs. Pronounced curves, as in this gown, were aided by new techniques in corsetry that precisely molded the length of the body and made the bust more prominent.”

Afternoon dress, Chouvenin & Legrand, France, ca. Matelassé and silk faille. Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology