Hi. In case you wish to use one of the photographs I have uploaded, feel free to leave a message on my Talk Page.
Dear World Imaging. We would like to use your photo of Old Shanghai (Small Eastern Watergate) in a documentary we are making about China. Please could you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can sort out permissions. Many thanks.
Bonsoir, Dans l'article https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_der_Große , l'image d'une pièce de monnaie indique que le M désigne le lieu où la pièce a été frappée (Mayence / Mainz) ; or, vous indiquez ensuite comme lieu Frankfurt am Main en allemand et en anglais et Mayence en français ... Que faut-il en penser ?
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Hello, I downloaded the coin image of Charlemagne for personal use. Thank You! This is the first time I try to communicate about the usage of images in wikipedia. I hope I am doing it right. @mega82 on Twitter.
Hello PGHCOM, I would like to use your image in a docu-series. If you could email me at email@example.com so that I may gain your permission to feature the image in our docu-series. Thank you.
Dear PGHCOM, I would like to use your photo of "Siege of La Rochelle" by Henri-Paul Motte to add to a collection of images that will be used in a French 17th century history course at the University of Waterloo. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I may have your permission to use this photograph. Thank you.
PGHCOM, I would like to use your photo "Tabula Rogeriana" in an article on al-Idrisi. Please email me permission information at email@example.com. Thanks so much!
PGHCOM, I would like to use your photo 'Mid15thCenturyPotteryNorthernItaly.jpg' on a website submission for National History Day. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
Dear PGHCOM, I would like to use your photo, Astrolabe Quadrant 1388, in an edited collection, 'Memory in the Twenty-First Century', and would like to know how you wish to be credited. Could you please contact me at email@example.com Thanks, Nick
I would like to use your photo of the Phoenix and Dragon carpet in a newsletter as an example of a carpet that uses a Phoenix as a design element. Please contact me in this regard firstname.lastname@example.org Heidi
Dear PGHCOM, I want to use your photo "Gold Histamenon of Zoe and Theodora, 1042" for an exhibition about women in history, who produced perfumes. I will give you reference as required. Thank you so much Angelika
Dear PGHCOM I have used your photograph of Rhoda coin in my book, The Greek Empire of Marseille: Discoverer of Britain, Saviour of Rome. I have given you a reference and credit as required. Best Wishes Christopher
Dear PGHCOM： I am going to use your photo of Toi 250kg gold bar in my book, "Visiting the World of Gold", which is to be published in China. Would you please contact me should you have an questions by following email:
Thank you very much! Sam Hu
17 January 2014: We have used your image for a book entitled "The archaeological heritage of Africa" published by Cambridge University Press. For any queries, please contact email@example.com - Many thanks. Jenni Bowden
Oct, 20 2014 Dear World Imaging. I would like to use the above-named images of blue-and-white ceramics in a book “The Blue”, which has collected facts about the colour blue through the ages. Would you please give me a permission for this? Thank you very much Yours sincerely Endla (endla@koolibri) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Blue_and_white_plate_Jingdezhen_1271_1368.jpg File:Early_blue_and_white_ware_first_half_of_14th_century_Jingdezhen.jpg File:Blue_and_white_vase_1271_1368_Jingdezhen_unearthed_in_Jiangxi_Province.jpg File:Faience_with_Chinese_scenes_Nevers_Manufactory_1680_1700.jpg File:Early_blue_and_white_ware_circa_1335_Jingdezhen.jpg File:Kangxi_porcelain_with_French_silver_decoration_1717-1722.jpg
Dear PGHCOM, I would like to use your photo 'Nomisma of Mikael VII Doukas' in my book about the Hungarian crown. Please send me the permission to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance.
PGHCOM, I would like to use your photo Henri_IV_demi_ecu_Saint_Lo_1589 in an upcoming issue of Christian History magazine. You can contact me at: art[at]christianhistoryinstitute.org