Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Brand-(Imprinting)

MIDEAST-CRISIS/HASAKA-ISLAMIC-STATE
RTX27LV4
February 18, 2016
Three men that Democratic Forces of Syria fighters claimed were Islamic State fighters sit on a pick-up...
HASAKA, Syria
Three men that Democratic Forces of Syria fighters claimed were Islamic State fighters sit on a pick-up...
Three men that Democratic Forces of Syria fighters claimed were Islamic State fighters sit on a pick-up truck while being held as prisoners, near al-Shadadi town, Hasaka countryside, Syria, February 18, 2016. REUTERS/Rodi Said
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HASAKA-ISLAMIC STATE
RTX27LA4
February 18, 2016
Democratic Forces of Syria fighters ride a pick-up truck with Islamic State fighters held as prisoners...
HASAKA, Syria
Democratic Forces of Syria fighters ride a pick-up truck with Islamic State fighters held as prisoners...
Democratic Forces of Syria fighters ride a pick-up truck with Islamic State fighters held as prisoners near al-Shadadi town, Hasaka countryside Syria February 18, 2016. REUTERS/Rodi Said
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V9AT
November 22, 2015
Oak barrels are stored in a cellar used for storing rare and old cognac at the Hennessy factory in Cognac,...
Cognac, France
Bottles and rare samples of Cognac are displayed in a tasting room at the Remy Martin headquarters in...
Oak barrels are stored in a cellar used for storing rare and old cognac at the Hennessy factory in Cognac, southwestern France, November 5, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. To match story USA-COGNAC/ Picture taken November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V97C
November 22, 2015
Glasses of Cognac are displayed at the Remy Martin headquarters in Cognac, southwestern France, November...
Cognac, France
Glasses of Cognac are displayed at the Remy Martin headquarters in Cognac, France
Glasses of Cognac are displayed at the Remy Martin headquarters in Cognac, southwestern France, November 6, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. To match story USA-COGNAC/ Picture taken November 6, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V978
November 22, 2015
A woman holds a glass of Cognac at the Remy Martin headquarters in Cognac, southwestern France, November...
Cognac, France
A woman holds a glass of Cognac at the Remy Martin headquarters in Cognac, France
A woman holds a glass of Cognac at the Remy Martin headquarters in Cognac, southwestern France, November 6, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. To match story USA-COGNAC/ Picture taken November 6, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V946
November 22, 2015
A close up of an oak barrel stored in a cellar used for storing rare and old cognac at the Hennessy factory...
Cognac, France
A close up of an oak barrel stored in a cellar used for storing rare and old cognac at the Hennessy factory...
A close up of an oak barrel stored in a cellar used for storing rare and old cognac at the Hennessy factory in Cognac, southwestern France, November 6, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. To match story USA-COGNAC/ Picture taken November 6, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V944
November 22, 2015
Bottles and samples of Cognac are stored at the Hennessy factory in Cognac, southwestern France, November...
Cognac, France
Bottles of Cognac are stored at the Hennessy factory in Cognac, France
Bottles and samples of Cognac are stored at the Hennessy factory in Cognac, southwestern France, November 5, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. To match story USA-COGNAC/ Picture taken November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V92P
November 22, 2015
A glass of cognac is pictured on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 13, 2015....
New York, UNITED STATES
A glass of cognac sits on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City
A glass of cognac is pictured on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 13, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. To match story USA-COGNAC/ Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V92M
November 22, 2015
A glass of cognac is pictured on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 13, 2015....
New York, UNITED STATES
A glass of cognac sits on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City
A glass of cognac is pictured on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 13, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. The big four producers -- LVMH Moet Hennessy, Remy Cointreau, Pernod Ricard and Beam Suntory -- have turned more of their attention to the U.S. following a drop in sales in China after an anti-graft campaign. To match story USA-COGNAC Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-COGNAC/
RTX1V925
November 22, 2015
A glass of cognac is pictured on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 13, 2015....
New York, UNITED STATES
A glass of cognac sits on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City
A glass of cognac is pictured on a bar in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 13, 2015. France's centuries-old cognac houses are raising their bets on the U.S. market with new products and campaigns to broaden the drink's appeal beyond its African American stronghold. The big four producers -- LVMH Moet Hennessy, Remy Cointreau, Pernod Ricard and Beam Suntory -- have turned more of their attention to the U.S. following a drop in sales in China after an anti-graft campaign. To match story USA-COGNAC Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SABMILLER M&A/JAPAN
RTS4JVC
October 15, 2015
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo Octber...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo Octber 15, 2015. The planned $100 billion merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller will be a wake-up call to the overseas ambitions of Japanese brewers, which are struggling to grow at home in a saturated market with a shrinking population. Japanese beer makers including Asahi Group Holdings and Kirin Holdings Co hold more than 90 percent of their domestic market, but are tiny globally despite long-standing pledges to do more overseas as Japan's beer market slows. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SABMILLER M&A/JAPAN
RTS4JVA
October 15, 2015
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo Octber...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo Octber 15, 2015. The planned $100 billion merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller will be a wake-up call to the overseas ambitions of Japanese brewers, which are struggling to grow at home in a saturated market with a shrinking population. Japanese beer makers including Asahi Group Holdings and Kirin Holdings Co hold more than 90 percent of their domestic market, but are tiny globally despite long-standing pledges to do more overseas as Japan's beer market slows. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SABMILLER M&A/JAPAN
RTS4JTS
October 15, 2015
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo Octber...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo
Japanese beer of brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Suntory are placed in a fridge at a store in Tokyo Octber 15, 2015. The planned $100 billion merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller will be a wake-up call to the overseas ambitions of Japanese brewers, which are struggling to grow at home in a saturated market with a shrinking population. Japanese beer makers including Asahi Group Holdings and Kirin Holdings Co hold more than 90 percent of their domestic market, but are tiny globally despite long-standing pledges to do more overseas as Japan's beer market slows. REUTERS/Issei Kato
CATTLE-RUSTLING/
RTR2ULCY
November 28, 2011
Nancy Schleining of Schleining Genetics brands a pregnant cow, which has just arrived from Montana, at...
AULT, UNITED STATES
To match Feature CATTLE-RUSTLING/
Nancy Schleining of Schleining Genetics brands a pregnant cow, which has just arrived from Montana, at her cattle feedlot in Ault, Colorado November 21, 2011. Cattle rustlers, casting aside saddle and spurs for modern horsepower, are roaming the West with four-wheel drive and GPS technology in a resurgence of livestock thievery considered a hanging offense on the old frontier. State livestock officials said the increase in cattle crimes was linked to the slumping economy, soaring beef prices and the advent of handheld global positioning systems that allow rustlers to more easily navigate the wide-open range. They said contemporary thieves may find it more convenient and lucrative to pick off a couple cows, worth as much as $2,000 a head, than to rob a convenience store. Picture taken November 21, 2011. To match Feature CATTLE-RUSTLING/ REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)
CATTLE-RUSTLING/
RTR2ULCV
November 28, 2011
Smoke rises from a reverse K slash over two brands burnt into a cow, which has just arrived from Montana,...
AULT, UNITED STATES
To match Feature CATTLE-RUSTLING/
Smoke rises from a reverse K slash over two brands burnt into a cow, which has just arrived from Montana, at a cattle feedlot in Ault, Colorado November 21, 2011. Cattle rustlers, casting aside saddle and spurs for modern horsepower, are roaming the West with four-wheel drive and GPS technology in a resurgence of livestock thievery considered a hanging offense on the old frontier. State livestock officials said the increase in cattle crimes was linked to the slumping economy, soaring beef prices and the advent of handheld global positioning systems that allow rustlers to more easily navigate the wide-open range. They said contemporary thieves may find it more convenient and lucrative to pick off a couple cows, worth as much as $2,000 a head, than to rob a convenience store. Picture taken November 21, 2011. To match Feature CATTLE-RUSTLING/ REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)
SWISS-WATCHES/PATEKPHILIPPE
RTR26U3G
August 18, 2009
The Patek Philippe Seal (PP) is pictured on the back of the rf. 5960 chronograph model in an atelier...
PLAN-LES-OUATES, Switzerland
The Patek Philippe Seal (PP) is pictured on the back of the rf. 5960 chronograph model in an atelier...
The Patek Philippe Seal (PP) is pictured on the back of the rf. 5960 chronograph model in an atelier at the Swiss watchmaker manufacture in Plan-Les-Ouates near Geneva August 17, 2009. Picture taken August 17, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND BUSINESS)
Life
Life
Branding Cattle in Colorado - 28 Apr 2008
22 PICTURES
USA/
RTR1ZX8D
April 26, 2008
Hot branding irons just pulled from the fire are ready for the next calf as the Hogan family brand their...
Boulder, UNITED STATES
Hot branding irons just pulled from the fire are ready for the next calf as the Hogan family near Boulder,...
Hot branding irons just pulled from the fire are ready for the next calf as the Hogan family brand their calves near Boulder, Colorado April 26, 2008. Babe and Leo Hogan continue to raise cattle and forage crops in the valley where their great-grandfather homesteaded since 1869. Together with family and friends, they will brand, innoculate and castrate their new calves each spring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1ZX80
April 26, 2008
A calf belonging to the Hogan family shows the fresh brand near Boulder, Colorado April 26, 2008. Babe...
Boulder, UNITED STATES
A calf belonging to the Hogan family shows the fresh brand near Boulder
A calf belonging to the Hogan family shows the fresh brand near Boulder, Colorado April 26, 2008. Babe and Leo Hogan continue to raise cattle and forage crops in the valley where their great-grandfather homesteaded in 1869 and each Spring together with family and friends brand, innoculate and castrate their new calves. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1ZX7Y
April 26, 2008
A man holds a calf belonging to the Hogan family with his boot as he presses a hot branding iron into...
Boulder, UNITED STATES
A man holds a calf belonging to the Hogan family with his boot as he presses a hot branding iron into...
A man holds a calf belonging to the Hogan family with his boot as he presses a hot branding iron into its side near Boulder, Colorado April 26, 2008. Babe and Leo Hogan continue to raise cattle and forage crops in the valley where their great-grandfather homesteaded since 1869. Together with family and friends, they will brand, innoculate and castrate their new calves each spring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1ZX7L
April 26, 2008
A man holds a calf belonging to the Hogan family with his boot as he presses a hot branding iron into...
Boulder, UNITED STATES
A man holds a calf belonging to the Hogan family with his boot as he presses a hot branding iron into...
A man holds a calf belonging to the Hogan family with his boot as he presses a hot branding iron into its side near Boulder, Colorado April 26, 2008. Babe and Leo Hogan continue to raise cattle and forage crops in the valley where their great-grandfather homesteaded in 1869 and each Spring together with family and friends brand, innoculate and castrate their new calves. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1ZX7K
April 26, 2008
A man sits on the head of a calf belonging to the Hogan family during branding near Boulder, Colorado...
Boulder, UNITED STATES
A man sits on the head of a calf belonging to the Hogan family during branding near Boulder
A man sits on the head of a calf belonging to the Hogan family during branding near Boulder, Colorado April 26, 2008. Babe and Leo Hogan continue to raise cattle and forage crops in the valley where their great-grandfather homesteaded in 1869 and each Spring together with family and friends brand, innoculate and castrate their new calves. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
Religion
Religion
Replica of Minutes of Trials Against Knights Templar - 12 Oct 2007
12 PICTURES
VATICAN TEMPLARS
RTR1UTIP
October 12, 2007
A replica of one of three seals used by the inquisitors at a trial 700 years ago, in which Pope Clement...
Rome, Italy
A replica of one of three seals used by the inquisitors at a trial 700 years ago, in which Pope Clement...
A replica of one of three seals used by the inquisitors at a trial 700 years ago, in which Pope Clement V absolved the Knights Templar of charges of heresy, is seen in Rome October 9, 2007. A reproduction of the Latin-language minutes of trials against the Knights Templar in 1308, lost until its rediscovery in 2001, is being published by the Vatican Secret Archives at the end October. The documents, a book and parchments, costs 5,900 euros and its 799 numbered copies are destined for top libraries and medieval scholars. Picture taken October 9, 2007 REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
VATICAN TEMPLARS
RTR1UTIM
October 12, 2007
Replicas of the three seals used by the inquisitors at the trial 700 years ago, in which Pope Clement...
Rome, Italy
Replicas of the three seals used by the inquisitors at the trial 700 years ago, in which Pope Clement...
Replicas of the three seals used by the inquisitors at the trial 700 years ago, in which Pope Clement V absolved the Knights Templar of charges of heresy, lie on documents in Rome October 9, 2007. A reproduction of the Latin-language minutes of trials against the Knights Templar in 1308, lost until its rediscovery in 2001, is being published by the Vatican Secret Archives at the end October. The documents, a book and parchments, costs 5,900 euros and its 799 numbered copies are destined for top libraries and medieval scholars. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
CHINA-IPR/
RTR1O0A7
March 28, 2007
Shopkeepers arrange fake foreign brand shoes while waiting for customers at a shopping mall in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Shopkeepers arrange fake foreign brand shoes while waiting for customers at a shopping mall in Beijing...
Shopkeepers arrange fake foreign brand shoes while waiting for customers at a shopping mall in Beijing March 28, 2007. China urged patience from the developed world on Tuesday as it seeks to stop infringements of patents, copyrights and other intellectual property. State Councillor Chen Zhili told a forum on intellectual property China was committed to strengthening intellectual property protections, but also urged wealthy countries to share more technology and show more understanding. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
ITALY
RTR1GZC0
September 04, 2006
Cesare Mazzetti marks a date stamp on a wine barrel before a wine barrel race in Montepulciano, near...
Montepulciano, Italy
Mazzetti marks date stamp on wine barrel before wine barrel race in Montepulciano
Cesare Mazzetti marks a date stamp on a wine barrel before a wine barrel race in Montepulciano, near Siena, central Italy, September 3, 2006. The race, known as the Il Bravio delle Botti, is the highlight of a 10-day holiday dating back to the 14th century to celebrate the birth of Montepulciano's patron Saint John the Baptist, with costumed ceremonies, dance parties, street theatre performances and lavish parties served on the squares. Picture taken September 3, 2006. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca (ITALY)
ITALY
RTR1GZBZ
September 04, 2006
A date stamp is marked on a wine barrel before a wine barrel race in Montepulciano, near Siena, central...
Montepulciano, Italy
Date stamp is marked on a wine barrel before a wine barrel race in Montepulciano
A date stamp is marked on a wine barrel before a wine barrel race in Montepulciano, near Siena, central Italy, September 3, 2006. The race, known as the Il Bravio delle Botti, is the highlight of a 10-day holiday dating back to the 14th century to celebrate Montepulciano's patron Saint John the Baptist, with costumed ceremonies, dance parties, street theatre performances and lavish parties served on the squares. Picture taken September 3, 2006. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca (ITALY)
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1