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Celebrating Gallery

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

Choose from 328 pictures in our Celebrating collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Coronation bonfire at Whitehaven, 1902 Featured Print

Coronation bonfire at Whitehaven, 1902

A superbly constructed bonfire at Whitehaven, 120 feet in height and 155 feet in circumference, containing 600 tons of timber and brushwood, 2000 gallons of petrol and with an air shaft specially constructed in the middle. It was built in celebration of the coronation of King Edward VII. Unfortunately, the king fell ill just two days before his coronation but it was lit anyway. Date: 1902

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Celebrating Portuguese Independence Featured Print

Celebrating Portuguese Independence

Postcard celebrating the revolution of 1910, a republican coup d'e´¡t that occurred in Portugal on 5th October 1910, which deposed King Manuel II and established the Portuguese First Republic. Pictured around a personification of Portugal include: President Joaquim Teofilo Fernandes Braga and the Ministers of War, the Navy, Jose Relvas - Minister of Finance, the Interior, Afonso Costa - Minister of Justice, the Foreign Office and Business. The deposed King Manuel is pictured somewhat unflatteringly at the base, being blasted out of office along with his military and religious allies. Date: 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Portsmouth - Illuminated Tram Car to celebrate French Fleet Featured Print

Portsmouth - Illuminated Tram Car to celebrate French Fleet

Portsmouth - An illuminated Tram Car, decorated to celebrate the French Fleet stationed in Portsmouth during 1905. The Star and Crescent symbol has been used by the City of Portsmouth as it's coat of arms since at least the seventeenth century and probably much longer. This symbol is also widely used as an Islamic symbol and is found on the flags of many Islamic nations, and came to Portsmouth due to links via King Richard I to Constantinople and Isaac Comnenus of Cyprus (who captured Richard) during the Third Crusade. Date: 1905

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection