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1000 Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 122 pictures in our 1000 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Nord 1002 Pingouin II G-ASTG Featured Print

Nord 1002 Pingouin II G-ASTG

Nord 1002 Pingouin II G-ASTG (msn 183), previously F-BGKI, built in 1945 by Societe Nationale de Constructions Aeronautiques du Nord (SNCAN). G-ASTG entered the British aircraft register on 21 May 1964. The Nord 1000 family was post-war French production of the Messerschmitt Me 108, initially using ready-built components and engines and later with new-build airframes and French engines. The Nord 1002 Pingouin II was powered by 240hp Renault 6Q-10 engines. Date: 1960s

© (c) The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Aachen Cathedral. Palatine Chapel. Pala d'Oro Featured Print

Aachen Cathedral. Palatine Chapel. Pala d'Oro

Aachen Cathedral. Palatine Chapel. Frontal of Main Altar, know as Pala d'Oro. 1000. Golden panels depicting Christ enthroned inside a mandorla (centre) flanqued by Virgin Mary and St. Michael. Small medaillons depicts symbols of Four Evangelists and the other scenes represents the Passion of Christ. Detail. Germany.

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Finish of the Thousand Miles Trial in 1900 Featured Print

Finish of the Thousand Miles Trial in 1900

The finish of the Thousand Miles Trial which ended on 12 May 1900 in Whitehall, London. The first car in the row is a 12 h.p. Panhard driven by Charles Rolls who is seated at the wheel. Behind is the first Napier with its owner, Edward Kennard. The trial took these primitive, early vehicles on a 1, 108 mile route from Hyde Park Corner to Whitehall via Bristol, Birmingham, Kendal, Carlisle, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield and Nottingham. Date: 1900

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans