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Choose a picture from our collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Isambard Kingdom Brunel with chains Featured Print

Isambard Kingdom Brunel with chains

Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 - 1859) Designer and builder of railroads, bridges, tunnels, steamships, docks &c. pictured in front of the launching chain of the Great Eastern

© Mary Evans Picture Library/INS. OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

Bridges, Brunel, Builder, Chain, Chains, Designer, Docks, Eastern, Front, Great, Historical, History, Isambard, Kingdom, Launching, Pictured, Railroads, Steamships, Tunnels

The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo Featured Print

The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo

The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo. General Hill calling on upon the Enemy to Surrender.Print by Riddle and Goughman after the painting by Robert Hillingford, published by Sketchy Bits, 1896. Associated with Gen 1st Viscount Rowland Hill, French Army (Imperial Guard Grenadiers). Associated with Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Print Date: 1815

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Daily Mail War Map, WW1 Featured Print

Daily Mail War Map, WW1

A fold out war map issued by the Daily Mail in the early weeks of the First World War. The map offers statistics regarding the manpower strength of each of the warring nations, as well as the number of battleships and food stores each had. While the Triple Entente of Britain, France and Russia could boast 9,380,000 men (of which Britain comprised just 380,000), the Triple Alliance numbered 9,500,000. The map was intended to be marked with Philips' flag pins in 'ten different colours' so that civilians could chart the progress of the campaign. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library