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Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 33 pictures in our Allowing collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Oh Honey ! by David Wright
Oh Honey ! by David Wright
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The Harley-Scope Mine-Detector by William Heath Robinson
The Harley-Scope Mine-Detector by William Heath Robinson
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Rosey Anslow & Ella Grahame music hall roller-skaters
Rosey Anslow & Ella Grahame music hall roller-skaters
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The Dancing Girl - postcard with a central pivot
The Dancing Girl - postcard with a central pivot
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A man allowing a stranger to kiss his wife
A man allowing a stranger to kiss his wife
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Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice
Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice
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America - . Mary Lindley Murray detaining Lord Howe
America - . Mary Lindley Murray detaining Lord Howe
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Young woman standing outside her home
Young woman standing outside her home
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Tower Bridge over the River Thames, London
Tower Bridge over the River Thames, London
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Suffragette Not at Home
Suffragette Not at Home
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Servants Night-time Visiting Ban at Congleton, Cheshire
Servants Night-time Visiting Ban at Congleton, Cheshire
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Joseph Moser
Joseph Moser
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Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice Featured Image

Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice

The final German attempt to break through to the Channel ports, known as the Fourth Battle of Ypres, had initial success, and on 13 April 1918 the 2nd Worcesters were pushed back to the small village of Nieuwkerke, where they made a stand in the area of the Mairie. That evening the Germans entered the village and poured machine gun fire onto the defenders. Captain Crowe, the adjutant, realising that their position was becoming untenable, set off with a handful of volunteers to silence the guns. First they crawled and then charged, the fleeing Germans. However, further enemy re-inforcments arrived and, for silencing the guns and for allowing a controlled withdrawal of the Worcesters in later fighting, Captain Crowe was awarded the VC. Date: 2011

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans

Patriotic Postcard WWI - American - Sending sons to serve
Patriotic Postcard WWI - American - Sending sons to serve
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Racial/German Magistrate
Racial/German Magistrate
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A Street in Pompeii
A Street in Pompeii
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Valiant Tailor & Giant
Valiant Tailor & Giant
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Accra and its coastline in 1873
Accra and its coastline in 1873
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Taylorcraft Auster IV Aeroplane; Second World War, 1944
Taylorcraft Auster IV Aeroplane; Second World War, 1944
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River bed gold sifting on the Turon, Australia
River bed gold sifting on the Turon, Australia
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The British Museum, 1890
The British Museum, 1890
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Incubators, at the Maternity Hospital, Port Royal, Paris
Incubators, at the Maternity Hospital, Port Royal, Paris
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The Crowd, Band and Police at the F.A. Cup Final, 1923
The Crowd, Band and Police at the F.A. Cup Final, 1923
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Licensing Bill poster 1908
Licensing Bill poster 1908
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Ladies Leave after Meal
Ladies Leave after Meal
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The Crowd, Band and Police at the F.A. Cup Final, 1923 Featured Image

The Crowd, Band and Police at the F.A. Cup Final, 1923

Photograph of the crowd at Wembley Stadium before the start of the 1923 F.A. Cup Final between Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United. This was the first Cup Final held at the then brand-new Wembley Stadium, which had been built in 300 days at a cost of 750, 000. Before the match began a crowd of about 100, 000 (most without a ticket) stormed through the gates and into the stadium. This meant that there was approximately 200, 000 people in a ground designed for 127, 000. The photograph shows the scene as the Band (on right) play the National Anthem and the few mounted policemen attempt to maintain order. Prominent, on his grey horse, is Constable Storey who played a large part in removing the crowd from the pitch and allowing play to start, 40 minutes late"

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Flame-Resistant Clothing
Flame-Resistant Clothing
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Line-Throwing Gun/1920S
Line-Throwing Gun/1920S
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Smoke Helmets in Use
Smoke Helmets in Use
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Quick-Hitch Harness/1881
Quick-Hitch Harness/1881
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MOORE'S STEAM MAN'C1890
MOORE'S STEAM MAN'C1890
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PASCAL, Blaise (1623-1662). French mathematican
PASCAL, Blaise (1623-1662). French mathematican
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Licensing Bill cartoon 1908
Licensing Bill cartoon 1908
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The Electric Light
The Electric Light
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Maeterlinck / Bluebird
Maeterlinck / Bluebird
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