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Bat
Bat-Nosed Figure Pendant
Date: 13th–16th century
Medium: Gold
Accession Number: 66.196.17
Dish with Peaches and Bats
Date: 18th century
Medium: Porcelain with overglaze enamels
Accession Number: 1997.1.11
Bat-Nosed Figure Pendant
Date: 12th–14th century
Medium: Gold, whale tooth
Accession Number: 1979.206.1155
Rank Badge with Bats (no insignia)
Accession Number: 55.157.2
Date:
Medium: Silk gauze embroidered with silk and metallic thread
Accession Number: 55.157.2
Stencil with Bats on a Lattice
Date: 19th century
Medium: Paper
Accession Number: 1981.10.28
Double Bat-Head Figure Pendant
Date: 11th–16th century
Medium: Gold
Accession Number: 04.34.8
Woman's Embroidered Ceremonial Robe (The Bat Medallion Robe)
Date: 18th century
Medium: Silk and metallic thread on silk satin
Accession Number: 43.119
Hathor / Bat emblem
Date: ca. 1570–1479 B.C.
Medium: Elephant Ivory, blue pigment
Accession Number: 26.7.1296
Bamboo Blind
Date: 18th century
Medium: Bamboo with multicolored silk threads
Accession Number: 1997.74
Naos Sistrum with the name of Apries
Date: 589–570 B.C.
Medium: Faience
Accession Number: 17.190.1959
Ornamental Design with a Bat in the Center
Heinrich Aldegrever
(German, Paderborn ca. 1502–1555/1561 Soest)
Date: 1550
Medium: Engraving
Accession Number: 21.11.4
Panel with Fish, Bats, and Clouds
Date: 18th century
Medium: Silk and metallic-thread tapestry (kesi)
Accession Number: 60.157.6a, b
Design for a Candelabra Grotesque with a Bat in the Center
Heinrich Aldegrever
(German, Paderborn ca. 1502–1555/1561 Soest)
Date: 1550
Medium: Engraving
Accession Number: 2012.136.783
Bat
Sue Fuller
(American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1914–2006 Southampton, New York)
Date: 1946
Medium: Etching and soft ground etching
Accession Number: 55.553.184
Studies of Two Ears and of a Bat. Below, the motto: FULGET SEMPER VIRTUS
Jusepe de Ribera
(called Lo Spagnoletto) (Spanish, Játiva 1591–1652 Naples)
Date: 1591–1652
Medium: Red chalk and brush and red wash on beige paper. Composition outlined on all borders with ruled lines in black chalk
Accession Number: 1972.77
Marion Manola as "Bats and Rats," from the series Fancy Dress Ball Costumes (N73) for Duke brand cigarettes
Issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co.
(New York and Durham, N.C.)
Date: 1889
Medium: Commercial color lithograph
Accession Number: 63.350.204.73.30
Bat Nelson and Ad Wolgast, from the Prize Fighter Caramels series (E77) for the American Caramel Company
Issued by American Caramel Company, Philadelphia
Date: 1910
Medium: Commercial color lithograph
Accession Number: Burdick 314, E77.23
Ad Wolgast and Bat Nelson, from the Prize Fighter Caramels series (E77) for the American Caramel Company
Issued by American Caramel Company, Philadelphia
Date: 1910
Medium: Commercial color lithograph
Accession Number: Burdick 314, E77.24
Marion Manola as "Bats and Rats," from the Fancy Dress Ball Costumes series (N107) to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco manufactured by W. Duke Sons & Co.
Issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co.
(New York and Durham, N.C.)
Date: 1889
Medium: Commercial color lithograph
Accession Number: 63.350.205.107.28
"Pie" Traynor, from the Diamond Stars series (R327) for the National Chicle Gum Company
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1935
Medium: Commercial Lithograph
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.61
"Mel" Ott, from the Diamond Stars series (R327) for the National Chicle Gum Company
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1935
Medium: Commercial Lithograph
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.86
Flute Player and Bats
Oskar Kokoschka
(Austrian, Pöchlarn 1886–1980 Montreux)
Date: 1907
Medium: Color lithograph
Accession Number: WW.73
Johnny at the Bat
Riva Helfond
(American, Brooklyn, New York 1910–2002)
Date: 1935–43
Medium: Color Lithograph
Accession Number: 43.33.834
Two Cupids, One with Bat Wings
Jacques Gabriel Huquier
(French, Paris 1730–1805 Shrewsbury)
Date:
Medium: Etching and Engraving
Accession Number: 57.559.39(4)
The Birds Wedding: The Owl and the Bat and Other Merry Tales
Written by E. Veale
(American, active late 19th century)
Date: 1896
Medium: Color lithography and commercial process
Accession Number: 1980.1050.1
Practica Di Fabricar Scene, E Machine Ne' Teatri. Ristampata di novo.
Written by Nicola Sabbattini
Date: 1638
Medium: Woodcuts
Accession Number: 40.16a, b
Al Simmons; verso: Diamond Stars, No. 2, Batting Tips-The Follow Through (1934 Averages)
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1934
Medium: Commerical Lithograph
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.4
Al Simmons; verso: Diamond Stars, No. 2, Batting Tips-The Follow Through (1935 Averages)
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1934
Medium: Commerical Lithograph
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.5
Two putti above, their legs ending in scrollwork, a bat below, from 'Ornaments or Grotesques' (Ornamenti o Grottesche)
Stefano della Bella
(Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)
Date: ca. 1650-1656
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 2012.136.98.7
"Jim Delahanty at Bat," Joseph Delahanty and David Jones, from the series Hassan Triple Folders (T202)
Hassan Cigarettes
(American)
Date: 1912
Medium: Commercial lithographs with half-tone photograph
Accession Number: Burdick 246, T202.46
Bat-Nosed Figure Pendant
Date: 13th–16th century
Accession Number: 66.196.17
Dish with Peaches and Bats
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 1997.1.11
Bat-Nosed Figure Pendant
Date: 12th–14th century
Accession Number: 1979.206.1155
Rank Badge with Bats (no insignia)
Accession Number: 55.157.2
Date:
Accession Number: 55.157.2
Stencil with Bats on a Lattice
Date: 19th century
Accession Number: 1981.10.28
Double Bat-Head Figure Pendant
Date: 11th–16th century
Accession Number: 04.34.8
Woman's Embroidered Ceremonial Robe (The Bat Medallion Robe)
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 43.119
Hathor / Bat emblem
Date: ca. 1570–1479 B.C.
Accession Number: 26.7.1296
Bamboo Blind
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 1997.74
Naos Sistrum with the name of Apries
Date: 589–570 B.C.
Accession Number: 17.190.1959
Ornamental Design with a Bat in the Center
Heinrich Aldegrever
(German, Paderborn ca. 1502–1555/1561 Soest)
Date: 1550
Accession Number: 21.11.4
Panel with Fish, Bats, and Clouds
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 60.157.6a, b
Design for a Candelabra Grotesque with a Bat in the Center
Heinrich Aldegrever
(German, Paderborn ca. 1502–1555/1561 Soest)
Date: 1550
Accession Number: 2012.136.783
Bat
Sue Fuller
(American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1914–2006 Southampton, New York)
Date: 1946
Accession Number: 55.553.184
Studies of Two Ears and of a Bat. Below, the motto: FULGET SEMPER VIRTUS
Jusepe de Ribera
(called Lo Spagnoletto) (Spanish, Játiva 1591–1652 Naples)
Date: 1591–1652
Accession Number: 1972.77
Marion Manola as "Bats and Rats," from the series Fancy Dress Ball Costumes (N73) for Duke brand cigarettes
Issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co.
(New York and Durham, N.C.)
Date: 1889
Accession Number: 63.350.204.73.30
Bat Nelson and Ad Wolgast, from the Prize Fighter Caramels series (E77) for the American Caramel Company
Issued by American Caramel Company, Philadelphia
Date: 1910
Accession Number: Burdick 314, E77.23
Ad Wolgast and Bat Nelson, from the Prize Fighter Caramels series (E77) for the American Caramel Company
Issued by American Caramel Company, Philadelphia
Date: 1910
Accession Number: Burdick 314, E77.24
Marion Manola as "Bats and Rats," from the Fancy Dress Ball Costumes series (N107) to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco manufactured by W. Duke Sons & Co.
Issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co.
(New York and Durham, N.C.)
Date: 1889
Accession Number: 63.350.205.107.28
"Pie" Traynor, from the Diamond Stars series (R327) for the National Chicle Gum Company
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1935
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.61
"Mel" Ott, from the Diamond Stars series (R327) for the National Chicle Gum Company
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1935
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.86
Flute Player and Bats
Oskar Kokoschka
(Austrian, Pöchlarn 1886–1980 Montreux)
Date: 1907
Accession Number: WW.73
Johnny at the Bat
Riva Helfond
(American, Brooklyn, New York 1910–2002)
Date: 1935–43
Accession Number: 43.33.834
Two Cupids, One with Bat Wings
Jacques Gabriel Huquier
(French, Paris 1730–1805 Shrewsbury)
Date:
Accession Number: 57.559.39(4)
The Birds Wedding: The Owl and the Bat and Other Merry Tales
Written by E. Veale
(American, active late 19th century)
Date: 1896
Accession Number: 1980.1050.1
Practica Di Fabricar Scene, E Machine Ne' Teatri. Ristampata di novo.
Written by Nicola Sabbattini
Date: 1638
Accession Number: 40.16a, b
Al Simmons; verso: Diamond Stars, No. 2, Batting Tips-The Follow Through (1934 Averages)
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1934
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.4
Al Simmons; verso: Diamond Stars, No. 2, Batting Tips-The Follow Through (1935 Averages)
National Chicle Gum Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: 1934
Accession Number: Burdick 325, R327.5
Two putti above, their legs ending in scrollwork, a bat below, from 'Ornaments or Grotesques' (Ornamenti o Grottesche)
Stefano della Bella
(Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)
Date: ca. 1650-1656
Accession Number: 2012.136.98.7
"Jim Delahanty at Bat," Joseph Delahanty and David Jones, from the series Hassan Triple Folders (T202)
Hassan Cigarettes
(American)
Date: 1912
Accession Number: Burdick 246, T202.46
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