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Choose from 323 pictures in our Bottom 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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Blackburn Olympic vs. Old Etonians F.A. Cup Final, 1883

Engraving showing a number of scenes from the F.A. Cup Final of 1883, played between Blackburn Olympic and the Old Etonians at Kennington Oval, London. The match was won by Blackburn 2-1. The images show: (top left) A.F. Kinnaird, Captain of the Old Etonians; (top middle) The Main stand; (top right) S.A. Warburton, Captain of Blackburn Olympic; (bottom left) Crossley of Blackburn scoring the decisive goal; (bottom right) the F.A. President presents the Cup to Warburton.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Scenes on board the SS 'Sumatra', November 1875

Engraving of a number of scenes on board the SS 'Sumatra', during its voyage to India via Aden and the Red Sea. The scenes show (left to right, top to bottom) 1.'Verandah of the Hotel de l'Europe, Aden'. 2.'Holystoning the Deck' 3.'Carpenter's Mate'. 4.'In the Red Sea: the Coolest Place in the Ship'(centre image). 5.'A Coconut pipe'. 6.'Policemen at Aden'. 7.'Hindoo Woman's Morning Toilet'. 8.'Lascars at Dinner'. 9.'Praying at Sunset: on the Forecastle of the Sumatra'.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Ships of the P&O, Cunard, Orient, Union and Guion Lines, 188

Engravings of the steamships 'Lusitania', 'Khiva', 'Mexican', 'Australia', 'Arizona', 'Zambesi', 'Poonah', 'Nepaul', 'Ganges', 'Geelong', 'Rosetta', 'Umbria' and 'Etruria' (left to right, top to bottom). These ships, from the P&O, Cunard, Orient, Union and Guion Lines, were among 150 merchant vessels that the British Government could have taken over to act as Armed Cruisers in the event of a war with Russia.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans