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Italian c. 1820 Hand carved and painted wood, glass eyes, fabric arms

Italian c. 1820 Hand carved and painted wood, glass eyes, fabric arms

ROYAL ALBERT VERY WIDE GRAND GOLD TEA CUP AND SAUCER

ROYAL ALBERT VERY WIDE GRAND GOLD TEA CUP AND SAUCER

Studio photograph of a young girl wearing a pair of artificial legs. The legs were manufactured by James Gillingham (1839-1924), a boot- & shoemaker based in Chard, Somerset. Gillingham first started making artificial limbs after a local man lost an arm firing a cannon for a celebratory salute in 1863. He then began making prostheses on a permanent basis & Chard eventually became a major centre of the British artificial limb industry / Photo from the Science & Society Picture Library

Studio photograph of a young girl wearing a pair of artificial legs. The legs were manufactured by James Gillingham (1839-1924), a boot- & shoemaker based in Chard, Somerset. Gillingham first started making artificial limbs after a local man lost an arm firing a cannon for a celebratory salute in 1863. He then began making prostheses on a permanent basis & Chard eventually became a major centre of the British artificial limb industry / Photo from the Science & Society Picture Library

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Victorian Tea Party. Babingtons loves Victorian Style. www.babingtons.com

Victorian Tea Party. Babingtons loves Victorian Style. www.babingtons.com

This picture symbolizes what it was like to be a kid before the Information Age. It shows the simplicity of life without the use of technology. Before technology emerged, children were excited when parents bought them a new doll or the latest toy car; and those were considered luxuries. Now, children are more interested in having the newest iPad or the most recent game system as a form of entertainment. This picture goes to show how much has changed since the development of technology.

This picture symbolizes what it was like to be a kid before the Information Age. It shows the simplicity of life without the use of technology. Before technology emerged, children were excited when parents bought them a new doll or the latest toy car; and those were considered luxuries. Now, children are more interested in having the newest iPad or the most recent game system as a form of entertainment. This picture goes to show how much has changed since the development of technology.

strange creepy doll heads | a booth at trade days in frederi… | Flickr

strange creepy doll heads | a booth at trade days in frederi… | Flickr

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