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Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 10 pictures in our Barb collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Pigeons - Black and Dun Barbs, English Fancy Breed
Pigeons - Black and Dun Barbs, English Fancy Breed
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Figurine of a hedgehog. Egypt
Figurine of a hedgehog. Egypt
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American barb trousers, WW1 cartoon, Heath Robinson
American barb trousers, WW1 cartoon, Heath Robinson
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Five-Bearded and Four-Bearded Rockling
Five-Bearded and Four-Bearded Rockling
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Pigeons - Red and Yellow Barbs, Fancy Breed
Pigeons - Red and Yellow Barbs, Fancy Breed
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America in the Field by Heath Robinson, WW1
America in the Field by Heath Robinson, WW1
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The Whip Hand, by Bairnsfather
The Whip Hand, by Bairnsfather
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Barbed points from Star Carr
Barbed points from Star Carr
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Bewick / Barb. Squirrel
Bewick / Barb. Squirrel
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Rejected by the Inventions Board - Heath Robinson WW1
Rejected by the Inventions Board - Heath Robinson WW1
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The Whip Hand, by Bairnsfather Featured Image

The Whip Hand, by Bairnsfather

The Whip Hand Private Mulligatawny (the Australian stock-whip wonder) frequently causes a lot of bother in the enemy's trenches Bruce Bairnsfather's "stock whip" cartoon sums up the practical, self-reliant, rough and ready boldness associated with the Aussies. Most Anzac troops were deployed in the Middle East, and of course at Gallipoli, before being sent to the Western Front in 1916 (the time of this picture). the Australians were no walkover, and many felt bitterly let down by what they considered the badly judged British command and the resultant poorly organised British troops. One Australian mining engineer railed against the "British staff, British methods and British bungling". the Australians and New Zealanders proportionately suffered some of the highest losses of the war, and the image of the Anzac soldier remains one of the most iconic. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News/Mary Evans