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Scene from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni 1787 (c1914). Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Featured London Print

Scene from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni 1787 (c1914). Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Scene from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni 1787 (c1914). Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Austrian composer, first performed in Prague in 1787. The libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte (1749-1838) was based on Moliere's play of 1665 Don Juan, ou le festin de Pierre (Don Juan, or the Stone Banquet). Here Don Giovanni is attempting to seduce Zerlina, a country girl to whom he sings Give me thy hand, oh fairest (La ci darem la mano). From A Day With Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart by May Byron. (London, c1914)

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Button Maker: Stamping out metal buttons. Blank held in place and weight holding Featured London Print

Button Maker: Stamping out metal buttons. Blank held in place and weight holding

Button Maker: Stamping out metal buttons. Blank held in place and weight holding die for pattern being work was raised by rope and pulley wheel and dropped on blank. Dies for different sizes and patterns on floor. Buttons would need finishing by removal of burrs and imperfections. Hand-coloured woodcut from The Book of English Trades London 1823

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Chapel on board the prison hulk 'Warrior' at Woolwich. This hulk held 600 Featured London Print

Chapel on board the prison hulk 'Warrior' at Woolwich. This hulk held 600

Chapel on board the prison hulk 'Warrior' at Woolwich. This hulk held 600 and was an intermediate confinement between an ordinary gaol or transportation. Prisoners were used as labourers in the naval dockyards. Hulks (Tenders) were usually old naval vessels that were no longer seaworthy. From The Illustrated London News, 1848. Wood engraving

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