Check out some of the rarest photo’s from history.elvis-mugshot

A rare mugshot of ‘The King’ Elvis Presley. However it’s probably just a routine security picture.


A very young Iron Man Robert Downey Junior poses with his dad’s friend Iron Mike Tyson.


In October 1956, Marilyn Monroe meets Queen Elizabeth at a film premiere in London. Both women were 30 years old at the time.

This is a 16 year old Arnold Schwarzenegger’s competing in his first bodybuilding competition in 1963.


President Clinton poses with a young intern by the name of Monica Lewinsky in 1995.  We all know how that ended…


Testing Hydrogen bombs at Bikini Toll.

This photo was taken during the second largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century at Mt.Pinatubo volcano in the Philippines, on June 17, 1991.  A pickup truck flees from the pyroclastic flows spewing from the volcano.


Then President George H.W. Bush throws out the first pitch at a Texas Rangers’ opening night game in 1991. Nice technique George.


Atari hosting the National Space Invaders Championship  in 1980.


A perfect demonstration of the great class divide in Great Britain before World War Two.


Jimmie Nicol photographed in Melbourne at the end of a dream come true opportunity. Nicol in 1967 filled in for Ringo Starr when he had tonsillitis. For 10 days he traveled with The Beatles on tour throughout Australia.


Gas masks being tested for babies in an English hospital in the 1940’s.


Bill Clinton pictured cosying up to model Elizabeth Hurley. It was alleged that they had a year long affair, however it was later proven to be untrue and was completely made up by Tom Sizemore.


The Telefontornet in Stockholm, which connected 5,000 phone lines to homes and buildings.


James Bond actor Sean Connery signing a coconut for a Jamaican child on the set of Dr. No in 1962.

Dick Winters and Easy Company (Band of Brothers) are pictured at Hitler’s residence, the Eagle’s Nest.


Joseph and Magda Goebbels on their wedding day. Josephs best man was Adolf Hitler.

rare0271970, A soldier passes out during Queen Elizabeth II’s parade as she rides past him.


This shows Albert Einstein’s office in Princeton, New Jersey, the way he last left it before he died in 1955.


This is Walter Yeo the recipient of the first plastic surgery  performed in 1917. Yeo was a soldier who sustained severe facial injuries in World War I.