Lion

Leo leo, Lions, Panthera leo
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Date: ca 1950s From: Cabot, Charles Henry, 1890-1978: [Collection of ephemera, posters and programmes. 1900-1976] Ref: Eph-D-Cabot-Circus-Bullen Description: Includes: ca 1950s: Poster with centre photograph of man in uniform, holding a whip, with a dog wearing a ruff on a stanfd next to him. The picture is surrou...
Date: 1888 Ref: B-093-009 Description: Shows a lion, holding convicts with its teeth, striding from the sea onto land. Shows also humorous drawings around the border Dedication Published in: t...
Date: 2011 By: Wellington Lions (Rugby Union team) Ref: Eph-E-RUGBY-2011-01 Description: Poster showing a photograph of the Wellington Lions rugby team for 2011, against a background of the beehive and Parliament Buildings. The top corners show s...
Date: 1894 By: Troedel Cooper & Company; Thomson, S, active 1967 Ref: Eph-E-CIRCUS-1894-01 Description: A circus herald advertising the Fitzgerald Brothers' Circus. Recto shows head and shoulder portraits of Dan and Tom Fitzgerald, a cage of lions, performing z...
Date: 1922 Ref: Eph-E-DRAMA-1922-01 Description: Shows text, with a picture of a lion caught in a net, and a mouth at the lower right. Dated from the dates of programmes elsewhere in the Ephemera Collecti...
Date: 2005 - 2006 By: Walt Disney Productions Ref: Eph-E-CINEMA-2006-01 Description: Poster promoting the film "Chronicles of Narnia", directed by New Zealander Andrew Adamson. Both sides show the same image: The head of Aslan the lion, with ...
Date: 1975 From: Cabot, Charles Henry, 1890-1978: [Collection of ephemera, posters and programmes. 1900-1976] Ref: Eph-D-CABOT-Circus-Robinson-1975-01 Description: Poster showing the head of a roaring lion. Quantity: 1 colour art print(s). Physical Description: Screenprint, 542 x 384 mm.
Date: 1919 - 1920 By: Hawcridge, Robert, 1866-1920 Ref: Eph-C-WAR-WI-1919-01 Description: A certificate issued to soldiers of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in the in the First World War. At the right a soldier signs a book held on the lap of...
Date: 1988 - 1990 From: Various artists :[Posters advertising performances by popular music groups, singers, musicians, and rock bands performing in New Zealand in 1989]. By: Rowberry, Tim, active 1990s Ref: Eph-C-MUSIC-Popular-1989-01 Description: Shows the head of a lion at the top. The poster is also held in a version on green paper. Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on coloured paper poster...
Date: 2011 By: Andrew McManus Presents (Firm) Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Popular-2011-01 Description: Poster advertising a reggae music festival, is designed in Rastafarian colours red, yellow and green, with a logo at the top showing the silhouette of a lio...
Date: 2005 By: Whybin TBWA (Firm) Ref: Eph-E-RUGBY-2005-01 Description: A panorama of a quasi-historic battle scene, based on such painters as Delacroix and Gericault, but built into a montage from photographs, of the New Zealand...
Lloyd, Trevor, 1863-1937 :The moa and the lion. [Postcard. 1905].
Date: 1905 From: [Ephemera, programmes and booklets relating to rugby union football in New Zealand. 1900-1919]. By: Lloyd, Trevor, 1863-1937 Ref: Eph-A-RUGBY-1905-01 Description: Shows a moa wearing trousers with a silver fern on them, holding a battered lion in its beak. The lion wears trousers showing the Union Jack. The scoreboard ...
Crowd gathered outside the cage of lion King Dick, Wellington Zoo, Newtown, Wellington
Date: [191-?] From: Smith, Sydney Charles, 1888-1972: Photographs of New Zealand Ref: 1/2-048597-G Description: Group of people gathered outside the cage of the lion known as King Dick at Wellington Zoo, Newtown, Wellington, taken ca 1910s by Sydney Charles Smith. The ...
At the lion cage, Wellington Zoo, Newtown, Wellington
Date: ca 1910 From: Smith, Sydney Charles, 1888-1972: Photographs of New Zealand Ref: 1/1-020037-G Description: At the lion cage, Wellington Zoo, Newtown, Wellington, circa 1910. Group unidentified. Photograph taken by Sydney Charles Smith. Quantity: 1 b&w original ne...
Ward Bros Footwear Ltd :We stock and recommend King Leo, the aristocrat of heavy footwear, for the man on the land. Made and guaranteed by Ward Bros Footwear Ltd [1950-1960s?]
Date: 1950 - 1969 By: Ward Footwear Ltd Ref: Eph-C-COSTUME-1950s-01 Description: Advertising card for display in a shoe shop. An arrangement of text and different lettering, with the head of a roaring lion at top centre. Quantity: 1 colo...
Australian & American Line :Australian & American Line via New Zealand around the world. [Brochure front cover. 1890s]
Date: 1890 - 1900 From: [Ephemera of octavo size relating to ships and shipping companies, mainly on voyages to New Zealand. 1890 -1899] Ref: Eph-A-SHIP-1890s-01-front Description: Brochure front cover shows the world as a globe with Australia, New Zealand and America showing. An eagle, a lion and a kangaroo stand on the top left of the...
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Date: 1915 By: Juriss, Maximilian, 1878-1960 Ref: Curios-004-019 Description: Badge in the shape of a lion passant guardant, with the words THE KING'S OWN beneath. Maximilian Juriss joined the 10th King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment ...
Maker unknown :[Chinese textile relating to Chee Kung Tong (Chinese Masonic Society)]. Chinese Masonic. [Chinese symbols in circles flanked by a bird, a monkey and two lions, verso. Late 19th or early 20th century].
Date: 1890-1920 From: Chung, Doris, 1917-2017: Collection relating to the Chee Kung Tong (Chinese Masonic Society) and Chinese in Wellington Ref: F-078-2 Description: Back side of a masonic banner, showing the words Chinese Masonic (in English) with Chinese symbols in circles flanked by a bird, two lions and a monkey Phys...
Maker unknown :[Chinese textile relating to Chee Kung Tong (Chinese Masonic Society). A lion. Front. Late 19th or early 20th century].
From: Chung, Doris, 1917-2017: Collection relating to the Chee Kung Tong (Chinese Masonic Society) and Chinese in Wellington Ref: F-085-1 Description: The front of a turquoise silk Chinese banner, showing a lion with its paw on a globe. Includes decorative lines of metal domes, small mirrors and fur. Simil...
Date: 1995 From: Garland, Nicholas :Cartoons by Nicholas Garland, from The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator By: Garland, Nicholas, 1935- Ref: B-127-066 Description: Shows the British Prime Minister John Major, who can do little to repair the damage to the British Coat of Arms and the Royal Family, as both Prince Charles ...