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Choose from 45 pictures in our Average 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.


Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr Featured Print

Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr

Photograph of Don Bradman going out to bat, during his last first-class cricket match; a game between Bradman's XI and L. Hassett's XI, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, December 1948. Bradman, characteristically, scored a century. In a career of over 20 years, Don Bradman scored 27, 984 first-class runs at an average of 95.5 for New South Wales and South Australia. His test batting average of 99.94 in 80 innings is unlikely ever to be equalled.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

L Chiron at the wheel of the Type 51 Bugatti Featured Print

L Chiron at the wheel of the Type 51 Bugatti

L Chiron at the wheel of the Type 51 Bugatti, an eight-cylinder, 2 litre car developing 160 bhp, winner of the 1931 ten-hour French Grand Prix at Montlhery with an average of 78.16 mph. This type of car, and the Type 35 which it closesly resembled, won 33 major road races in seven years - an unequalled record Date: 1931

© The Institution of Mechanical Engineers/Mary Evans

Dusting plane hedge-hopping after spraying swath on beanfiel Featured Print

Dusting plane hedge-hopping after spraying swath on beanfiel

Dusting plane hedge-hopping after spraying swath on beanfield. These planes can spray 100 acres an hour, can usually fly one or two hours unless it rains or storms in an average day. The usual traveling dusting circus has at least three or four planes, its own pilots, mechanics and elementary repair shop. Seabrook Farms, between Bridgetown and Vineland, New Jersey. Date 1938. Dusting plane hedge-hopping after spraying swath on beanfield. These planes can spray 100 acres an hour, can usually fly one or two hours unless it rains or storms in an average day. The usual traveling dusting circus has at least three or four planes, its own pilots, mechanics and elementary repair shop. Seabrook Farms, between Bridgetown and Vineland, New Jersey. Date 1938. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress