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1798 Gallery

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

Choose from 308 pictures in our 1798 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.

Map of the Ancient Persian Empire Featured Print

Map of the Ancient Persian Empire

Map of the Ancient Persian Empire, encompassing Greece to the north west, Arabia to the south east, Egypt and Libya to the south west and deep in the Caucasus in the north east. Date: 1798

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1798, 18th, Ancient, Arabian, Caucasus, Century, Chart, East, Eastern, Egypt, Empire, Greece, Gulf, Historical, History, India, Key, Late, Map, Maps, Mediterranean, Middle, Persian, Persians, Scythia, Sea, Territories, Territory, Turkey

Soldiers Marching Featured Print

Soldiers Marching

SOLDIERS MARCHING British troops advancing cross-country : some of them have their wives and even children with them, to say nothing of their luggage !

© Mary Evans Picture Library/GROSVENOR PRINTS

1798, Advancing, British, Children, Country, Cross, Historical, History, Luggage, Marching, Military, Movements, Scenes, Soldiers, Troop, Troops, Wives

Printed cotton handkerchief, ?The New Broad Sword Exercise? Featured Print

Printed cotton handkerchief, ?The New Broad Sword Exercise?

Printed cotton handkerchief, ?The New Broad Sword Exercise?, published by William Hanson and Sons, Manchester, inscribed at bottom left ?WH 1798?, 1798. White with black and red printing; centrally, an oval vignette depicting mounted Yeomanry in mock combat. The central vignette is surmounted by a face marked with six lines, inscribed ?the Six Cuts?; the handkerchief is printed with three columns of inscribed instructions in sword play; with, at the edge, 14 vignettes depicting various elements of mounted and dismounted sword play; the whole within a border of cannons, arrowheads and laurel sprays. Date: 1798

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library