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Kay Marie 55m
𝔇𝔞𝔯𝔨 𝔉𝔞𝔦𝔯𝔶 🧚🏻‍♀️✨ . 🗡 ᴵⁿ ⁿᵉᵉᵈ ᵒᶠ ᵐᵒʳᵉ ˢʷᵒʳᵈˢ ⚔️
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Pam Lecky Aug 1
THE BOWES INHERITANCE An Unexpected Inheritance A Handsome but Hostile Neighbour Can Louisa solve the mysteries surrounding Bowes Farm?
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J.G. MacLeod Jul 25
Travel to beautiful in this . Lady Ellen is a new in a land of intrigue & danger. She will protect her children at any cost. :
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The Long Victorian Jul 26
Omnibus Life in London (1859) by William Maw Egley (England, 1826-1916).
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Tami Johnson Aug 1
Excited to share the latest addition to my shop: Handcrafted Designer Drop~Dangle 14.00ctw Labradorite & Chalcedony 14k/925 Sterling Silver Earrings 7.7 Grams,
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HistoryandHeritageYorkshire Aug 1
We have often turned agriculture into an idyllic chocolate box fantasy. Country life though was hard and unglamorous for the agricultural labourer - with poverty, low wages, and hard manual work by men, women and also children .
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LongVictorianPrints Jul 29
Illustrations from 'Monsters of the sea, legendary and authentic' (London: 1887) by John Gibson.
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James W Greer (MagicianTrix Arts) Aug 2
My first new female in my and Victorian art series. The dress certainly was a bit problematic to get correct. Trying to improve my clothing variety but yeah I think guys like myself find it harder than girls to do.
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Australian Maps 6h
Map of Language Territories
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💧Johny Miller Jul 31
Replying to @TimSmithMP
This bloke is really giving me the S.H.I.T.S....and I’m not even a .
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Martin R Jackson Jul 28
Running with Finn McCool He held up a large headless rat by its tail for all to see, ‘King rat himself—just look at the size of his b...
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Julia Bennet 5h
“Brilliant blue velvet, lighter blue silk faille and ecru tatted lace.” Ca. 1875. Via Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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BRITISH HISTORY MATTERS 2h
3 August 1803 – Joseph Paxton, English gardener & architect, designed The Crystal Palace was born (d. 1865).
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Lovely pair of genuine early brass candlesticks in original condition. Circa 1870. Wonderful colour and patina. Standing 8. 25" / 21 cm's tall. €45.00 Call 021 4509550 or 083 1624750. Available instore 27a MacCurtain Street T23D590. DM t…
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James W Greer (MagicianTrix Arts) Aug 2
I have an acquaintance on here who was looking forward to seeing me finishing up my artwork series and I finally found my other sketchbook so here ya go! The next series of events starting off with vintage weapons and artifacts shop! We have nice variety :).
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