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Distinction Gallery

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

Choose from 44 pictures in our Distinction 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.


1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad Featured Print

1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad

Six photographs illustrating the development of the motor car over a period of 27 years starting with the old Siddeley of 1903 next to its latest descendant of the time, the Armstrong-Siddeley of 1930 (first pic top left). The 1903 car shown here was owned by Mr Lock-King, the owner of Brooklands, and had the distinction of being the first car ever to lap the famous track.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Sarcastic take on the 'Rigours' of war on Home Front - WW1 Featured Print

Sarcastic take on the 'Rigours' of war on Home Front - WW1

WW1 - Sarcastic take on the 'Rigours' of war on Home Front by Phyllis Spence. (from left) 'Standard Dress' the 'Lady' of the house horrified by the standardised form of ladies dress encouraged during WW1, removing frills and fancies for plain styling. 'The Pig replaces the Pug' - dog owners (particularly women) were criticised for wasting resources by keeping pet dogs, particularly toy dogs. 'The Hidden Hoard of Potatoes' - the biggest single social 'crime' on the home Front during WW1 was a perceived hoarding of foodstuffs over and above's one rationed allowance. Here the potatoes have been stashed in a mattress. Date: 1917

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Allons plus de distinction ce malheur commun nous rend egaux Featured Print

Allons plus de distinction ce malheur commun nous rend egaux

Allons plus de distinction ce malheur commun nous rend egaux. Print shows a member of the aristocracy and a member of the Third Estate embracing in a courtyard, they both wear the horns of cuckoldry which they consider a common misery among all classes; a woman leaning over a wall on the right makes the figure of horns with her right hand, making a pun as the men cuckold their respective social classes. Date 1790. Allons plus de distinction ce malheur commun nous rend egaux. Print shows a member of the aristocracy and a member of the Third Estate embracing in a courtyard, they both wear the horns of cuckoldry which they consider a common misery among all classes; a woman leaning over a wall on the right makes the figure of horns with her right hand, making a pun as the men cuckold their respective social classes. Date 1790. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress