Images

The following images are under Creative Commons licences unless indicated otherwise:

Anitques in General
“Meissen Hard Paste Porcelain Vase circa 1730” by Johann Gregorius Höroldt via Wikimedia Commons
“Byzantine Pair of Lampstands” by Walters Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons
“Charles Rennie Mackintosh Chair -1903” by Chris 73 via Wikimedia Commons
“Banjo Clock 001” by Gyffindor via Wikimedia Commons
“Hostmaster Amber Decanter” by Nomoreforme via Wikimedia Commons

Ivory, Bone or Plastic: “Armsieraad” by Tropenmuseum via Wikimedia Commons

Antiquities
“Gandhara Buddha” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
“Ewer Dancing Females” by Marie-Lan Nguyen via Wikimedia Commons
“Treasures of Anncient China Exhibit – Bronze Li” by Editor at Large via Wikimedia Commons
“Amphora Poseidon Polybotes” by Marie-Lan Nguyen via Wikimedia Commons

Egyptian Antiquities: “Queen Ankhnesmeryre II” by cjn212 via Flickr
Egyptian Antiquities: “Quefrén” by José-Manuel Benito via Wikimedia Commons
Egyptian Antiquities: “Egypt Lyre 001” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Gandharan Antiquities: “Head of the Buddha” by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra via Wikimedia Commons
Gandharan Antiquities: “Buddha on His Throne of Lions” by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra via Wikimedia Commons
Mathuran Antiquities: “Mathura Buddha Head” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Mesopotamian Antiquities: “Bust of a Goddess” by Marie-Lan Nguyen via Wikimedia Commons
Mesopotamian Antiquities: “Sargon of Akkad” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Mesopotamian Antiquities: “Stela of Shamshi-Adad V” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Mesopotamian Antiquities: “Assyrian Battering Ram” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Mesopotamian Antiquities: “Babylonian Lion” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Mesopotamian Antiquities: “Sassanid Statue” by Nasser-sadeghi via Wikimedia Commons
Greek & Roman Antiquities: “Attic Black Figure Lekythos” by Gmihail via Wikimedia Commons
Greek & Roman Antiquities: “Dionysos on Oinochoe” by Marcus Cyron viavia  Wikimedia Commons
Greek & Roman Antiquities: “Statue of Biton” by Adam Carr Wikimedia Commons
Greek & Roman Antiquities: “Hermes” by Ricardo André Frantz via Wikimedia Commons
Greek & Roman Antiquities: “Statue – Augustus” by Till Niermann via Wikimedia Commons

Ceramics
“Meissen Hard Paste Porcelain Vase circa 1730” by Johann Gregorius Höroldt via Wikimedia Commons
“Netherlands (Delft) Tulip Vase” by MicheleLovesArt via Wikimedia Commons
“Melon Shape 14 Vase” by Leonard Griffin via Wikimedia Commons (public domain)
“Chinese Wine Ewer. Ming Dynasty” by Hiart via Wikimedia Commons

Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Neolithic Chinese Pottery” by WMPearl via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Warring States Painted Pottery Jar” Gary Lee Todd via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Terracotta Warrior (2661127771)” by Peter Dowley via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “HanDynasty Seated Lady” by Sailko via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Warrior, Glazed Terracotta, Sui Dynasty” by Guillaume Jacquet via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Tang Dynasty Ewer” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Tang Dynasty Bowl” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Dish with Foliate Rim and Carved Decoration, Ding Ware” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Teapot in Qingbai Style” by Dr Meierhofer via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Ju Ware Bowl in the Shape of a Lotus” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Celadon Dish from the Yuan Dynasty” by Gryffindor via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Antiquity: “Yuan Plum Jar” by VK Cheong via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Ming Dynasty: “Ming Dynasty Ceramics” Taman Renyah via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Ming Dynasty: “Wine Jar with Carp among Water Weeds and Lotuses” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Ch’ing Dynasty: “Vase with Enameled Design of Figures” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ceramics – Ch’ing Dynasty: “Vase with Decoration of Blossoming and Fruiting Beach Branches” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – William Adams: “Pitcher, William Adams & Sons” public domain via Wikimedia Common
English Ceramics – Staffordshire: “Young Queen Victoria Equestrian” by NicholasHenryFrost via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Staffordshire: “Pair Staffordshire Pearlware Dogs” by Davidmadelena via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Wedgewood: “Josiah Wedgewood & Sons Blue Jasperware” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – William Adams: “Pitcher, William Adams & Sons” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Johnson Brothers: “Flow Blue Bowl” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Carlton Ware: “Carlton Ware Salt & Papper Shakers” by Debra via Flickr
English Ceramics – Shelley: “Art Deco Vogue Shape Designed by Eric Slater” by Dducks via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Spode: “Spode” by VAwebteam via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Coalport: “Coalport China” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Royal Worcester: “Royal Worcester Porcelain” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Royal Worcester: “Vintage Royal Worcester Vintage Bone China” by Three French Hens via Flickr
English Ceramics – Royal Doulton: “Mantlepiece Figurine” by Burgin via Flickr
English Ceramics – Royal Doulton: “Bunnykins Child’s Cup” by Gmcbjames via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Crown Devon: “Vintage Crown Devon” by Peonyandthistle via Flickr
English Ceramics – Denby: “Denby Coffee Pot Cup and Saucer” by Victuallers via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Maling: “Museumplate03” public domain via Wikipedia
English Ceramics – Pilkington’s Lancastrian: “Thrown vase by Royal Lancastrian” by York Museums trust via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Pratt Ware: “Shepherdess & Sheep” by Davidmadelena via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Torquay: “AV Shaft” by Michael Mapp via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Cornish Ware: “Traditional Cornish Ware Household Jar” by T G Green via Wikipedia
English Ceramics – Chintz Wares: “Chintz” by Lektrogirl via Flickr
English Ceramics – Chintz Wares: “Cream & Sugar” by Two Pink Possums via Flickr
English Ceramics – The Willow Pattern: “Plate with Willow Pattern” by Bertil Wreting/Fototeket/Nationalmuseum via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Toby & Character Jugs: “Pearlware Toby Jug” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Toby & Character Jugs: “Francis Drake” by Portobello
English Ceramics – William Moorcroft: “Moorcroft Jar” by TempyIncursion via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Clarice Cliff: “Bizarre Pattern Athens Shape Jug” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Clarice Cliff: “Melon Shape 14 Vase” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Ceramics – Susie Cooper: “Melon Shape 14 Vase” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Faience: “Dish depicting Pomona” by Anagoria via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Majolica: “Dish with Pomegranates and Grapes” by 23 dingen voor musea via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Quimper: “Quimper 7” by Patrick Charpiat via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Delft: “Tulip Vase” by MicheleLovesArt via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Gouda: “Gouda Vase” by Portobello
European Ceramics – Gzhel: “Floor Vase” by Valentin7777 via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Meissen: “Porcelain in the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Meissen: “Kaendler Freimaurergruppe” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Sevres: “Porcelain Vase” by Yelkrokoyade via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Royal Copenhagen: “Cup Decorated with Strewn Flowers” by Jens Mohr via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Royal Copenhagen: “Porcelain Painter” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Villeroy & Boch: “VundBVaseAltLuxemburg” by Phrontis via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Russian Imperial Porcelain: “Cobalt Plate 01” by Andrey Korzun via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Russian Imperial Porcelain: “LFZ chinaware 3” by AL Silonov via Wikimedia Commons
European Ceramics – Biedermeier (KPM): “KPM Breakfast service” by public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Irish Ceramics – Belleek: “Teapot from ‘Echinus’ Range” by David Jackson via Wikimedia Commons
American Ceramics – Haviland: “Lincoln White House Pitcher” by Tim via Flickr
American Ceramics – Syracuse China: “Syracuse China Eg Cup & Saucer” by Cheryl via Wikimedia Commons
American Ceramics – Syracuse China: “Syracuse China – ‘Oakleigh’ Design” by {{{1}}} via Wikimedia Commons
American Ceramics – Franciscan China: “Desert Rose 02” by Gmcbjames via Wikimedia Commons
American Ceramics – Franciscan China: “Franciscan Fine China 01” by Gmcbjames via Wikimedia Commons
American Ceramics – Lenox China: “Lenox Ming 1929” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
American Ceramics – Mikasa China: “Granville China” by Rennett Stowe via Wikimedia Commons
Australian Ceramics – Bendigo Pottery: “Bendigo Pot” by Portobello
Australian Ceramics – Bendigo Pottery: “Bradman Toby Jug” by the State Library of South Australia via Flickr
Australian Ceramics – Premier Pottery: “Remued Koalas” by Mosman Library via Flickr

Fabrics
“Embroidery Sampler 1863 Womens Museum” by UserFA2010 via Wikimedia Commons
“Antique Persian Mashad Rug” by Rugfirm via Wikimedia Commons (public domain)
“Belgian Royal Collection Lace” public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Carpets – Persian: “Ghyas el Din Jami – Tabriz” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Carpets – Armenian: “Armenian Dragon Rug Vishapagorg” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Carpets – Turkish: “Double-Niche Carpet” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Carpets – Central Asian: “19th century Suzani rug” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Carpets – Indian: “Antique Amritsar Rug” by Nazmiyal Collection via Wikimedia Commons
Carpets – Chinese: “19th century Tibetan Rug” by Teregath via Wikimedia Commons
Embroidery: “Beheading of John the Baptist Pelena” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Embroidery: “1791 Sampler” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Embroidery: “Beheading of John the Baptist Pelena” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Lace: “Border” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Lace: “Cap Crown” public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Furniture
“Hopfengärtner Meisterstück” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
“Commode, Thomas Chippendale (attrib)” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
“Charles Rennie Mackintosh Chair -1903” by Chris 73 via Wikimedia Commons

American Furniture – Early: “Armhair, America” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Early: “Gateleg Table, New England” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Early: “Elder Brewster Chair” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Early: “Card table, Boston, Massachusetts” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Chippendale: “Chest on Chest, Providence” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Sheraton/Hepplewhite: “Federal Card Table” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Empire: “Empire Style Secretary” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Victorian: “19th century American Armchair” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
American Furniture – Mission: “Mission Style Cellarette” by Rich via Flickr
Arts & Crafts Furniture: “Morris Chair Ironwood” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Art Noveau Furniture: “Bench with umbels of Emile Gallé” by Dalbera via Wikimedia Commons
Art Deco Furniture: “Psyché Artdeco” by Lleroy via Wikimedia Commons
Australian Furniture – Settlement & Colonial: “Sideboard Table” Powerhouse Museum via Flickr Commons
Australian Furniture – Victorian: “Dining Chairs” Powerhouse Museum via Flickr Commons
Australian Furniture – Federation: “Washstand with Basin” Powerhouse Museum via Flickr Commons
Cane Furniture: “Cane Seat Settee” by Clem Rutter via Wikimedia Commons
English Furniture – Early: “Donegal Castle Cabinet” by Andreas F Borchert via Wikimedia Commons
English Furniture – Early: “Farthingale Chair” public domain via Imgarcade
English Furniture – Early: “Gateleg Table” by Ccchambers via Wikimedia Commons
English Furniture – Early: “Pepys Library” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Furniture – Early: “William & Mary carved walnut and cane-work day bed” via CINOA
English Furniture – Early: “Side Chair” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
English Furniture – Early: “English Mahogany Tea Table, after Thomas Chippendale” by Hiart via Wikimedia Commons
English Furniture – Early: “Settee, Thomas Hope” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
English Furniture – Victorian: “Painted Bookcase” by KJP1 via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Pre-Victorian: “Gothic Chest” by Wolfgang Sauber via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Pre-Victorian: “Renaissance Hope Chest” by Luis García via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Pre-Victorian: “Armchair in Baroque Style” by Andrey Korzun via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Pre-Victorian: “Commode ” by VAwebteam via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Pre-Victorian: “Louis XV Commode ” by schloss-jegenstorf.ch via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Pre-Victorian: “French Empire Style Bergère” by Luis García via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Biedermeier: “Imperial Furniture Collection Divan” by Vassil via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Biedermeier: “Frankfurt Biedermeier” by Simsalabimbam via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – 19th Century: “Sideboard with Painting of Ceres and Bacchus” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
European Furniture – Scandinavian: “The Egg Chair” by Scott Anderson via Wikimedia Commons
Lights & Lamps: “Wisteria Tiffany Studios Lamp” by Fopseh via Wikimedia Commons
Lights & Lamps: “Lamp Daum” by Sean Pathasema via Wikimedia Commons
Lights & Lamps: “Lumière Gaumont Loudspeaker Mounted on an Émille Gallé Lamp” by Tangopaso via Wikimedia Commons
Pine Furniture: “Maryland corner cupboard” by WMpearl via Wikimedia Commons
Wicker Furniture: “Traditional Wicker Chair” by Louisdelavilla via Wikimedia Commons

Glass
“Venetian Goblet” by Queensland Museum via Wikimedia Commons
“Rooster by René Jules Lalique” by Chris 71 via Wikimedia Commons
“Hostmaster Amber Decanter” by Nomoreforme via Wikimedia Commons
“Mosque Lamp” by Marie-Lan Nguyen via Wikimedia Commons

American Glass: “Mary Gregory Examples Westmoreland Glass Co” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Australian Glass: “Carnival Glass” by Powerhouse Museum via Flickr Commons
Austrian Glass: “Vase by Joh. Loetz Witwe” by Gryffindor via Wikimedia Commons
Bohemian Glass: “Roemer Waldglas” by Ulrich Mayring via Wikimedia Commons
Bohemian Glass: “Pitcher” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Glass Bottles: “Apothecary Bottle Used for Scury-grass Water” by Wellcome Images via Wikimedia Commons
Glass Bottles: “Ale Bottle” by Olesachem at The Manhattan Well Diggers via Wikimedia Commons
Glass Bottles: “Comet Fire Extinguisher” by Joe Mabel via Wikimedia Commons
Glass Bottles: “Bayer Heroin Bottle” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Glass Bottles: “Codd Bottle” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Early Glass: “Roman Glass Beaker” by MatthiasKabel via Wikimedia Commons
English Glass: “Twisted Stem Glass” by Teapotgeorge via Wikimedia Commons
English Glass: “Cruel Bottle” by VAwebteam via Wikimedia Commons
English Glass: “Nailsea Glass” public domain via Gauk Artifact
French Glass: “Modern Style by Gallé” by Jean-louis VENET via Wikimedia Commons
French Glass – Lalique: “Lalique Glass” by Davidmadelena via Wikimedia Commons
French Glass – Lalique: “Spirit of the Wind Mascot” by Ingrid Taylar via Wikimedia Commons
Irish Glass: “Waterford Crystal Engraved Glass” by TR001 via Wikimedia Commons
Islamic Glass: “Mosque Lamp” by Marie-Lan Nguyen via Wikimedia Commons
Glass Paperweights: “Baccarat Pansy” by Donald Siano via Wikimedia Commons
Glass Paperweights: “Millefiori” by Tangopaso via Wikimedia Commons
Norwegian & Danish Glass: “Holmegaard Platina” by Holger.Ellgaard via Wikimedia Commons
Swedish Glass: “Kosta Boda” by Holger.Ellgaard via Wikimedia Commons
Venetian Glass: “Venetian Goblet” by Queensland Museum via Wikimedia Commons
Venetian Glass: “Venetian Goblet” by VAwebteam via Wikimedia CommonsVenetian Glass: “Salviati & Co – Ewer” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Venetian Glass: “Venetian Goblet” by Queensland Museum via Wikimedia Commons

Instruments
“Banjo Clock 001” by Gyffindor via Wikimedia Commons
“Microscope Zeiss 1879: by Timo Mappes via Wikimedia Commons
“Early Romantic Guitar by Pierre Rene Lacote” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
“Natcuba” by Jongleur100 via Wikimedia Commons
“Kodak Folding Brownie No 2” by Spystyle via Wikimedia Commons

Astrolabes: “Mariner’s Astrolabe” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Barometers: “Jugendstil Barometer” by Langspeed via Wikimedia Commons
Cameras: “Daguerreotype Camera” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Cameras: “Voigtländer Superb” by Magnus Gertkemper via Wikimedia Commons
Cameras: “Hasselblad 1600F” by Eugene Ilchenko via Wikimedia Commons
Cameras: “Nikon F FTN Camera” by Austin Calhoon via Wikimedia Commons
Cameras: “Canon F-1 SLR camera” by Noop1958 via Wikimedia Commons
Cameras: “Spotmatic Camera” by Paul M. Provencher via Wikimedia Commons
Cash Registers: “National Cash Register” by Audrius Meskauskas via Wikimedia Commons
Cash Registers: “Antique Cash Register” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – American: “American Shelf Clock” by Mohamad Samsid via Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – American: “Seth Thomas Wall Clock” by Portobello
Clocks & Watches – Early: “Iron Clock” by Edward C. Saluz via Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – Early: “Hans Kirsch Table Clock” by Bjoertvedt via Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – Early: “Lantern Clock” by Daderot via Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – European Wall Clocks: “Ageron Cartel Clock” public domainvia Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – European Wall Clocks: “Early Clock from the Black Forest” by Andreas Praefcke via Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – Longcase Clocks: “Long case astronomical clock” by Birmingham Museums Trust via Wikimedia Commons
Clocks & Watches – Vienna Regulators: “German 19th Century Wallclock” by Luekk via Wikimedia Commons
Jukeboxes: “Wurlitzer 24-disc Jukebox” by Joe Mabel via Wikimedia Commons
Jukeboxes: “Seeburg Select-o-matic Jukebox” by Joe Mabel via Wikimedia Commons
Mechanical Calculators: “Odhner Made before 1900” by Ezrdr via Wikimedia Commons
Mechanical Calculators: “Facit Calculator” by Hannes Grobe via Wikimedia Commons
Medical Instruments: “Laennecs Stethoscope” by London Science Museum via Flickr Commons
Medical Instruments: “Brass Scarificator, Italy” by Wellcome Images via Wikimedia Commons
Medical Instruments: “Trepan” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Microscopes: “Compound Microscope Used to Examine Meat” by Wellcome Images via Wikimedia Commons
Music Boxes: “Polyphon” by Enfo via Wikimedia Commons
Music Boxes: “Cylinder Music Box” by Musik- och Teatermuseet via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – Wind: “Flute d’amour” by Powerhouse Museum via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – Wind: “Three Double-reed Instruments” by OboeCrack via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – Wind: “Trumpet in C” by Aichas via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – String: “Guitar and Lute” by Rottweiler via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – String: “Violin Viola” by Frinck51 via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – String: “Levin Mandolin” by Sendelbach via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – String: “Double-manual harpsichord of Vital Julian Frey” by FREYmanagement via Wikimedia Commons
Pens: “Safety Demo” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Pens: “Parker Big Red Duoflow” by batch1928_44 via Wikimedia Commons
Pens: “Sheaffer Fountain Pen” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Pens: “Mont Blanc Meisterstück Classique Mod. 145” by 1971markus via Wikimedia Commons
Pens: “Parker 51s” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Radios: “Marconi Crystal Radio Receiver” by Yhaimovits via Wikimedia Commons
Radios: “Philco Wood Console Radio” by BrokenSphere via Wikimedia Commons
Radios: “1932 Thomas Radio” by BrokenSphere via Wikimedia Commons
Record Players: “Mammoth Works Gramophone” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Record Players: “Edison Phonograph” by Dan Johansson via Wikimedia Commons
Record Players: “Dual Record Player” by Hannes Grobe via Wikimedia Commons
Record Players: “Granada Radiogram” by Dan Johansson via Wikimedia Commons
Sewing Machines: “Wheeler and Wilson Number 4 Machine” by Panjigally via Wikimedia Commons
Sewing Machines: “Singer 12K Fiddlebed Machine” by Panjigally via Wikimedia Commons
Sewing Machines: “Pfaff Pedal Sewing Machine” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Telescopes: “Newtons Telescope Replica” by Andrew Dunn via Wikimedia Commons
Telescopes: “Jirasko Telescope 2892” by Gryffindor via Wikimedia Commons
Telephones: “1896 Telephone” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Telephones: “Early Model Wall Mounted Telephone” by Don via Wikimedia Commons
Telephones: “Ericsson 1939” by Jmak via Wikimedia Commons
Typewriters: “Sholes & Glidden Type-Writer” by Kosmopolitat via Wikimedia Commons
Typewriters: “Antique Blickensderfer Typewriter” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Typewriters: “Olivetti Lettra 22 Typewriter” by Austin Calhoun via Wikimedia Commons
Typewriters: “The New World Typewriter” by Joonas Suominen via Wikimedia Commons

Jewellery
“Brooch with a Landscape Scene” by Walters Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons
“Marcasite Brooch 2” by Jo-h via Wikimedia Commons
“Brooch with Cameo Bust of Ellen Walters” by Walters Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons

History & Traditions: “Jewellery for a Grand Marriage at Comores” by Vincnet via Wikimedia Commons
Birthstones: “Birthstones” public domain via Flickr
Anniversary Gifts: “Brooches & Gems” by Mauro Cateb via Wikimedia Commons
History & Traditions: “Jewellery for a Grand Marriage at Comores” by Vincnet via Wikimedia Commons
Measures: “30g Gold from a 850Kg Rock” by PHGCOM via Wikimedia Commons
Biedermeier: “Iron-work Necklace” by Sean Pathasema/Birmingham Museum of Art via Wikimedia Commons
Cameo: “Cameo of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor” by Babelon 976 via Wikimedia Commons
Micromosaics: “Brooch with a Landscape Scene” by Walters Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons
Costume: “Costume Jewellery” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Costume: “Sunburst Bakelite Earrings” by Lesley via Flickr
Gemstones – Agate: “Agate Slice” by Hannes Grobe via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Amber: “Amber” by Hannes Grobe via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Amethyst: “Amethyst” by Didier Descouens via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Aquamarine: “Aquamarine – Cut” by Wela49 via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Bloodstone: “Heliotrope” by Ra’ike via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Carnelian: “Carnelian” by aja_1985 via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Coral: “Coral” by Kanawa Kuniko via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Diamond: “Diamond” by Nicolas Perrault III via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Emerald: “Emerald” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Garnet: “Garnet Cut” by Saperaud via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Lapis Lazuli: “Lapis Lazuli” by Stas1995 via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Moonstone: “Moonstone from Africa” by Matthew Hardy via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Onyx: “Onyx” by Simon Eugster via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Opal: “Coober Pedy Opal Doublett” by Dpulitzer via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Peridot: “Gem Peridot” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Ruby: “Cut Ruby” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Sapphire: “Montana Official Gemstone” by Montanabw via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Topaz: “Large Topaz Gemstones” by Michelle Jo via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Tourmaline: “Three Tourmalines” by Pithecanthropus4152 via Wikimedia Commons
Gemstones – Tourquoise: “Persian Turquoise” by Sigma Projects via Wikimedia Commons

Memorabilia
“Plancha 004” by Poniol via Wikimedia Commons
“Dressed Dutch Doll Gröden” by Wolfgang Moroder via Wikimedia Commons
“Antique Sword Hilt” by Michael1952 via Wikimedia Commons
“Dinky Citroh” by Pantoine via Wikimedia Commons
“Historical Cricket Bat Art” via Wikimedia Commons

Childhood – Wooden Toys: “Skittles” by Geolina163 via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Wooden Toys: “Nutcracker from Erzgebirge” by de:Benutzer:Flyout via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Cast Iron Toys: “Mechanical Bank” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Toy Soldiers: “Toy Soldiers British Coldstream Guards” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Diecast Toys: “Dinky Simca Aronde” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Tin Toys: “Ha Ha Toy Tin Wind Up Champion’s Racer No. 98” by D J Shin via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Japanese Tin Toys: “Electric Powered Rosko Astronaut” by D J Shin via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Toy Trains: “Marklin Locomotive” by Filiusque via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Tin Toys: “Hornby Industrial Locomotive” by Oxyman via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Construction Sets: “Meccano Set” by Kim Traynor via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Board Games: “Checkered Game of Life” by chnm.gmu.edu via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Board Games: “German Monopoly Board” by Horst Frank via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Teddy Bears: “Steiff Bear” public domain via Wikimedia CommonsChildhood – Cloth Dolls: “Ragedy Ann Doll” by Prisencolinensinainciusol via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Papier Mache Dolls: “Miss Lupita 36” by Miss Lupita Projectvia Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Bisque Dolls: “Bisque Headed Doll with Bonnet” by Clem Rutter via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Bisque Dolls: “Bisque Headed Doll wit Bonnet” by Clem Rutter via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Kewpie Dolls: “Celluloid Kewpie Doll” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Plastic Dolls: “Vintage 1950s Bild Lilli” by GeekChickLoLo via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Plastic Dolls: “Mattel Barbie No 1” by Barbieologin via Wikimedia Commons
Childhood – Plastic Dolls: “Original G I Joe Lineup” via Wikimedia Commons
Coca-Cola: “1915 Contour Coca-Cola Bottle Prototype” by Gavinmacqueen via Wikimedia Commons
Coca-Cola: “Cottage Grove Mural” by Oregon State Archives via Wikimedia Commons
Coca-Cola: “C0ca-Cola Advertisement 1886” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Coca-Cola: “1909 Coke Baseball Ad” pubic domain via Wikimedia Commons
Coca-Cola: “1922 Bottled Coca-Cola Ad” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Walt Disney Portrait” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Lantz Oswald” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Steamboat Willie” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Mickey Mouse Logo” public domain via Cartoon Images
Disney: “Sleeping Beauty Castle Disneyworld Anaheim” by Tuxyso via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Donald Duck – Temper” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Mickey Mouse Ingersoll Watch” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Pinochio 2” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Steamboat Willie 1928” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Mickey Mouse Adventures 1” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Disney: “Micky Mouse and Mickey Mouse” public domain by Portobello
Disney: “Donald Duck Figurine” by Sandra Bax via Flickr
Disney: “Mickey Mouse Button” by Sam Howitz via Flickr
Early Plastics: “Supreme Flat Top Ebonite Eyedropper Fountain Pen” by Francis Flinch via Wikimedia Commons
Early Plastics: “Schaub Pirolette Super” by Maximilian Schönherr via Wikimedia Commons
Early Plastics: “Celluloid Kewpie Doll” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Early Plastics: “Urea Formaldehyde Eggcup” by Geni via Wikimedia Commons
Household – Kitchen: “Historic Churn” by Marcel Jirina via Wikimedia Commons
Household – Kitchen: “Sliding Weight Scales” by Phrontis via Wikimedia Commons
Household – Corkscrews: “Cavatappi Antichi Antique Corkscrew” by Gixie via Wikimedia Commons
Household – Laundry: “Iron Box” by Rojypala via Wikimedia Commons
Household – Laundry: “Mangle” by Johan Palme via Wikimedia Commons
Mannequins: “Tutankhamun Mannequin” public domain
Mannequins: “Wicker Interior Mannequin” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Mannequins: “New Long Tall Papier Mache” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Mannequins: “Lester Gaba’s Cynthia Mannequin” public domain
Mannequins: “Mannequin at the Leipzig Autumn Fair 1954” by Roger Rossing via Wikimedia Commons
Mannequins: “Rootstein Twiggies” public domain from advertising brochure
Militaria: “Victoria Cross Medal Ribbon & Bar” by Richard Harvey via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria: “Chevalier Légion d’Honneur” by Titimaster. via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria: “EK 11 1914” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria: “Medal of Honour” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria – Edged Weapons: “Middle Bronze Age Weapons” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria – Edged Weapons: “Cawood Sword” by York Museums Trust via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria – Edged Weapons: “Sabre, Shamsir (Persian)” by Samuel Uhrdin via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria – Edged Weapons: “Basket-hit Rapier” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Militaria – Edged Weapons: “Early 19th Century Socket Bayonet” by Rama via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Olympic Games: “1904 Summer Olympics Poster” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Olympic Games: “1904 Summer Olympics Poster” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Olympic Games: “1904 Summer Olympics Poster” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Olympic Games: “1904 Summer Olympics Poster” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Football: “Soccerball Mask” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Football: “Soccerball England” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Football: “Germany Football” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Football: “Soccerball Brazil” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Football: “RU Ball” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Football: “Australian Rules Football” public domain via Vector Graphics Co
Sports – Cricket: “Cricket Bat & Ball” public domain via Pixabay
Sports – Tennis: “1876 Racket” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Golf: “Golf Ball” by Paolo Neo via Wikimedia Commons
Sports – Golf: “Featherie Golf Balls” by Geni via Wikimedia Commons

Metalware
“Byzantine Pair of Lampstands” by Walters Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons
“Tombac Ewer” by Homonihilis via Wikimedia Commons
“Drikkekanne Norsk Folkemuseum” by Anne-Lise Reinsfelt via Wikimedia Commons

Chinese Bronzes: “Bronze animal with cast decoration” by PericlesofAthens via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Bronzes: “Chinese Bronze Seattle 04” by Miguel Hermoso Cuesta via Wikimedia Commons
Silver Hallmarks: “British Hallmarks” by Mrs Rockefeller via Wikimedia Commons
Silver Pots: “Coffeepot, English” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Silver Plates: “Challoner Crests on Silver Salvers ” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Silver Flatware: “Silver Spoon, Birmingham” by Jojorei via Flickr
Silver Drinking Vessels: “Beaker, Marked HH” public domain via Flickr
Silver Flatware: “Silver Spoon, Birmingham” by Jojorei via Flickr
American Silver & Ceramics – Gorham: “Martelé Covered Pitcher” by WMPearl via Wikimedia Commons
American Silver – Paul Revere: “Coffee Pot” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Australian Silver: “Presentation inkstand by JM Wendt” by Powerhouse Museum via Flickr Commons
Silver – Georg Jensen: “Bernadotte Thermos” by Holger.Ellgaard via Wikimedia Commons
Tin: “Polish Pewter Cup” by Tomasz Sienicki via Wikimedia Commons
Tin: “Polish Pewter Cup” by Tomasz Sienicki via Wikimedia Commons
Pewter Touches: “Pewter marks of Johann Gottfried Hütting” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Iron: “Wrought Iron Pot Hook” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Steel: “Steel Damascened Gauntlets” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Copper: “Chafing Dish” by VAwebteam via Wikimedia Commons
Bronze: “Early Ewer Iran” by Zereshk via Wikimedia Commons
Brass: “Brass dish,” by Valerie McGlinchey via Wikimedia Commons

Oriental
“Goryeo Celadon” via Wikimedia Commons
“Parvati, India, Chola Dynasty, 13th century, Bronze” by Hiart via Wikimedia Commons
“Inro with Court Noble on Horseback” by BrokenSphere via Wikimedia Commons
“Chinese Wine Ewer. Ming Dynasty” by Hiart via Wikimedia Commons

Chinese Jade: “Chinese – Cong” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Jade: “Covered Bowl with Fu Lion” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Furniture: “Cabinets, China, Late Ming Dynasty” by pic-a-flik54 via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Furniture: “Haa Qing Horsehoe Armchair” by airforceJK via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ivory: “Guanyin” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Ivory: “Ivory Ball” by Tom Magliery via Flickr
Chinese Snuff Bottles: “Chinese Snuff Bottle Glass Bottle with Amber Stopper” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Snuff Bottles: “Chinese Snuff Bottle by Ma Shaoxuan” by Hiart via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Lacquer: “Chinese Carved Lacquer Vase” by Dr. Meierhofer via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Lacquer: “Coromandel Lacquer Wallscreen” by Dr. Meierhofer via Wikimedia Commons
Chinese Painting: “Part of a Traditional Chinese Painting” by Poemandpainting via Wikimedia Commons
Himalayan: “Mandala of Vajradhatu” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Himalayan: “Tibetan – Bodhisattva Manjushri” by Walters Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons
Indian Daggars: “Ornamental Katar” by Saad Akhtar via Flickr
Indian Furniture: “Fall-Front Cabinet” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Indian Jewellery: “Indian Jewelry from 19th Century 01” by Adam Jones via Wikimedia Commons
Indian Jewellery: “Indian Jewelry from 19th Century 06” by Adam Jones via Wikimedia Commons
Indian Metalware: “Bidriware Cup and Lid” by VAwebteam via Flickr
Islamic Ceramics: “Albarello with Fleur-de-lys Decoration” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Islamic Ceramics: “Basin with Castle from Spain” by Hiart via Wikimedia Commons
Islamic Copper, Silver & Bronze: “Egyptian Bowl” by Walters Art Museumvia Wikimedia Commons
Islamic Copper, Silver & Bronze: “Persian Round Box” by Walters Art Museumvia Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Ceramics: “Footed Jar” by Elmo Rainy Day via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Ceramics: “Large Dish, Imari Ware” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Ceramics: “Kakiemon Jar” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Ceramics: “Tea Service” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Cloisonne: “Vase Copper Covered in Cloisonne Enamels” by va_va_val via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Kimonos:”Furisode with Paulownia Tree & Phoenixes” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Netsuke: “Inro with Court Noble on Horseback” by BrokenSphere via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Netsuke: “Kokei’s Dog Shaped Netsuke” by ?? via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Netsuke: “Ivory Netsuke” by Wellcome Images via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Painting: “Toshusai Sharaku- Otani Oniji” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Painting: “Hokusai Fuji 7” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Japanese Swords:”Daisho Katana and Wakizashi” by Samuraiantiqueworld via Wikimedia CommonsJapanese Korean:”Korean Chest, Choson Dynasty” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Korean:”Goryeo Celadon” by de Calais via Wikimedia Commons
Korean:”Celadon Vase” by Portobello
Korean:”Antique Korean Wedding Ducks” by Rystheguy via Wikimedia Commons
Thai:”Buddha in Royal Attire” by Walters Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons
Thai:”Sawankalok Pot” by Portobello
Thai:”Bronze seated Buddha” by Hiart via Wikimedia Commons
Thai:”Hammered Gold Plaque with Buddha” public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Printed Matter
“Bradman Cigarette Card” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
“Tripartum 1574” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
“Utagawa Yoshitaki – An Actor from the Nakamura Family” by Walter Art Museum via Wikimedia Commons
“Here Lieth a Temperance Man” public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Books: “Evangeliarum Maasland” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Books: “Baroque Bookshelf Detail” by Jorge Royan via Wikimedia Commons
Books: “First Folio” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Books: “Baroque Bookshelf Detail” by Jorge Royan via Wikimedia Commons
Books: “Family Bible” by David Ball via Wikimedia Commons
Etchings: “Wren 1859 William and Mary” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Etchings: “Jo Drawing” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Maps: “Hollandia Nova Detecta” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Maps: “La Feuille Map of England” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Maps: “Samuel Dunn Wall Map of the World” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Postcards: “La gare de Tunis Nordpublic domain via Wikimedia Commons
Postcards: “Agricultural Building at the Worlds Columbian Expositionpublic domain via Wikimedia Commons
Postcards: “Bon Amispublic domain via Wikimedia Commons
Postcards: “Santa Claus – Christmaspublic domain via Wikimedia Commons
Postcards: “Graf Zeppelin over Basel” public domain via Flckr
Posters: “Jane Avril” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Posters: “The Trumpet Calls” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Posters: “Jane Avril” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Trading Cards: “Jean Harlow” public domain via New York Public Library
Trading Cards: “Queen Elizabeth” public domain via New York Public Library
Trading Cards: “Ford Edsel” public domain via New York Public Library
Trading Cards: “Ed Wachter” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Trading Cards: “Honus Wagner” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Trading Cards: “Roy Cazaly” public domain via New York Public Library
Trading Cards: “Jim Thorpe” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Trading Cards: “Bobby Howe” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Trading Cards: “Archie Compston” public domain via New York Public Library
Trading Cards: “Charles Comisky” public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Music Clips

The following music clips are under Creative Commons licences unless indicated otherwise:

Instruments
Jukeboxes: “Spike Jones: ‘Yes We Have No Bananas'” public domain via The Internet Archive
Jukeboxes: “The Ventures: ‘Walk Dont Run'” public domain via The Internet Archive
Music Boxes: “Polyphon Musicbox: ‘The Blue Danube'” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Music Boxes: “Lilium Music Box” by Tran Nguyen Minh Huy via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – Wind: “Jazz Flute Phrase” by Serolillo via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – Wind: “Shawm Phrase” by Ajta via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – Wind: “Seasonal Preview – Trumpet” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – String: “Lute Sound Clip” public domain via Early Music in Schools
Musical Instruments – String: “Whiskey Youre the Devil” by Edit Kovács via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – String: “O Little Town of Bethlehem” public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Musical Instruments – String: “H. Purcell Air” by Pinter Tibor via Hauptwerk
Record Players: “US Marine Band: ‘Marines Hymn'” public domain via The Internet Archive
Record Players: “Collins & Harlin: ‘Alexanders Ragtime Band'” public domain via The Internet Archive
Record Players: “Patti Page: ‘Tennessee Waltz'” public domain via The Internet Archive

Memoribilia
Childhood – Bisque Dolls: “Doll Recordings by Thomas Edison” public domain via YouTube