Kimberley, South Africa: men at the diamond market. Woodburytype, 1888, after a photograph by Robert Harris.
Kimberley, South Africa: a morning market in the town. Woodburytype, 1888, after a photograph by Robert Harris.
Maputo (formerly Lourenço Marques), Mozambique, Africa: the market building, exterior. Photograph, ca. 1900.
Johannesburg, South Africa: bullocks yoked to loaded wagons at the morning market. Woodburytype, 1888, after a photograph by Robert Harris.
Maputo (formerly Lourenço Marques), Mozambique, Africa: the market building, interior, showing stalls and customers. Photograph, ca. 1900.
Cartagena, Colombia: a large stone building used for the market, next to a wooden house. Photograph, 1910/1920 (?).
The Marquess of Westminster, with Ellis (veterinary surgeon) and Tommy Lloyd (horse dealer). Pen and ink drawing by D. Macgregor, 1864.
A market scene with a water vendor, sellers of vegetables and a woman selling fish to a man as a soldier looks on. Coloured etching with aquatint by R.B. Peake.
Mwanza, Tanzania: the meat-market: roofed with open sides. Photograph by Andrew Balfour, 1910/1920 (?).
Kurna, Iraq (formerly Mesopotamia): a market with vendors behind their stalls. Photograph, 1914/1918 (?).
Luxor, Egypt; cattle and livestock market. Shows extent of market in N0022543C with many men, donkeys, goats and cattle. The two men in the foreground have just purchased goats. Photographed January 1990.
Luxor, Egypt; cattle and livestock market. Groups of men buying and selling cattle. In 1990, there were nearly two million cattle in Egypt which yielded meat, milk and power. Photographed January 1990.
The Pearl fishery near Toute Couryn showing divers bringing in their oyster catch and selling the pearls on the sea front.
The Workhouse, Poland Street, Soho: the interior. Coloured aquatint by T. Sunderland after A. C. Pugin and T. Rowlandson, 1809.
A young man with a black top hat is riding a pony and holding a basket with fruit and fowl. Etching with line engraving by W. R. Smith after T. Woodward.
A large market place with an old woman selling her vegetables off the ground, a man demonstrating his cooking pots and others selling their wares from canopied stalls. Coloured aquatint with etching by Merigot after Bryant.
A variety of makes of condom and lubricant from 'All Right' to 'Tunna' representing the 'rubber market'; one of a series of safe sex AIDS prevention advertisements by Folkhälsoinstitutet, RFSU and RFSL. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995.
New Swindon Institution and market, Swindon, Yorkshire. Wood engraving by W.E. Hodgkin, 1854, after E. Roberts.
Young children are being sold as slaves to men in cloaks and wide hats. Aquatint by Edward Finden after Augustus Earle.