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Apprentice Gallery

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

Choose from 94 pictures in our Apprentice 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.

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Official wording, Apprenticeship Indenture

Official wording of an Apprenticeship Indenture, between John Henry Watson of 3 Newland Street, Derby, and Messrs John Davis & Son (Derby) Limited. The document is signed by John Henry Watson himself (then about 17 years old), his father Walter Watson, and Henry Davis, Governing Director. The apprenticeship is for five years, dating from 25 June 1901, in the skill of instrument making. The apprentice's pay is agreed at 4 shillings and sixpence per week for the first year, rising to 6 shillings in the second year, 7/6 in the third, 9/6 in the fourth, and 12/6 in the fifth. The apprentice agrees to be obedient, not do any damage, not to take leave of absence without consent, and not to play cards, dice or other unlawful games, nor to frequent taverns or playhouses.
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3 January 1902

© Mary Evans Picture Library/GILL STOKER

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Blue Print for a fine career

Blue Print for a fine career, 1960 (c).Colour photolithograph recruiting poster, after Mike Buckley (APD 0222), published by HMSO, 1960 (c).In modernist style on a blue background, the smiling face of a cadet wearing a beret with the Army Apprentice School, cap badge is upper left, expanding concentric rings indicative of radar waves expand out from the lower right, with inscribed text upper right, centre and lower left. Date: circa 1960

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Yeni Camii (New Mosque) viewed from Galata Bridge, Istanbul

The Yeni Cami ('New Mosque of the Valide Sultan') in Constantinople, Turkey. Standing at the Stamboul end of the Galata Bridge. Begun in 1597, original architect Davut Aga, a former apprentice of the great Sinan. Aga died in 1599 and replaced by Dalgic Ahmet Cavus until 1603, when the death of Mehmet III halted construction on the Mosque since his Mother had lost her power in the Palace. Ahmed I showed no interest in completing the Mosque, neither did his immediate successors. Stood unfinished and then destroyed by fire in 1660. New Valide Sultan (Sultan's Mother) who decided to rebuild it as an act of piety. Architect Mustafa Aga was put in charge and the building was completed according to original design in 1663. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection