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Continental Gallery

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

Choose from 114 pictures in our Continental 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.

Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Advert Featured Print

Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Advert

Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Tyre Company (of Hanover, Germany) Advertisement. The pair at the rear of the bicycle appear to be contributing slightly less to the forward momentum as they seem slightly distracted by each other...!! Date: 1901

1900s, 1901, Advert, Advertisement, Advertorial, Bicycle, Bike, Canoodling, Company, Continental, Couple, Cycle, Cycling, Friends, German, Love, Person, Pneumatic, Ride, Rider, Riders, Rides, Riding, Romance, Seat, Tandem, Transport, Transportation, Trio, Tyre

Flaglor High-Tow N2840C Featured Print

Flaglor High-Tow N2840C

Flaglor High-Tow N2840C at Groton Connecticut. Built by F.K. Chuck Flaglor at Des Plaines IL. In 1957, the High-Tow was a hybrid with a Waco fuselage and wings from a Fleet aircraft, powered by a 220hp Continental R-760, specially for glider towing. Date: 1963

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

1957, 1963, 220hp, Aeronautical, Aeroplane, Aircraft, Aviation, Built, Chuck, Connecticut, Continental, Des, Fk, Flaglor, Fleet, Flight, Fuselage, Glider, Groton, High Tow, Hybrid, Il, In, Model, N2840c, Plaines, Plane, Powered, R 760, Specially, Towing, Transport, Transportation, Waco, Wings

American Revolution (1765-1783). First Continental Featured Print

American Revolution (1765-1783). First Continental

United States. American Revolution (1765-1783). First Continental Congress. September 22, 1774. Philadelphia. Manifest to request the merchants of the federal colonies, not to send to Great Britain any goods, for the preservation of the liberties of America. From the Minutes. Secretary Charles Thomson. Printed by W. and T. Bradford

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans