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Economical Gallery

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Choose from 42 pictures in our Economical collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Uncle Sam Repels Chinese
Uncle Sam Repels Chinese
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Le Mot Juste: WWI cartoon by H.M. Bateman
Le Mot Juste: WWI cartoon by H.M. Bateman
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Comic postcard, Scotsman discusses runner's training
Comic postcard, Scotsman discusses runner's training
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Comic postcard, Man buying sixpenny postal order in the Post Office Date
Comic postcard, Man buying sixpenny postal order in the Post Office Date
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Comic postcard, Scotsman providing sea breezes
Comic postcard, Scotsman providing sea breezes
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Comic postcard, Scotsmen discuss football match
Comic postcard, Scotsmen discuss football match
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Comic postcard, Scotsman and taxi driver Date: 20th century
Comic postcard, Scotsman and taxi driver Date: 20th century
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Comic postcard, Scotsman outside barber's shop Date: 20th century
Comic postcard, Scotsman outside barber's shop Date: 20th century
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Comic postcard, four Scotsmen spending a penny
Comic postcard, four Scotsmen spending a penny
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Woman making balls of clay and slack, West Country
Woman making balls of clay and slack, West Country
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Maconochie's, WW1 advertisement
Maconochie's, WW1 advertisement
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The Peak of Perfection, British Electricity 1948
The Peak of Perfection, British Electricity 1948
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Le Mot Juste: WWI cartoon by H.M. Bateman Featured Image

Le Mot Juste: WWI cartoon by H.M. Bateman

"Le Mot Juste: A careful and economical person. Much given to niceness of expression. Trying to decide upon which adjective to risk his brown." This cartoon satirises how the British press are using ever more sensationalist language to describe the battles going on in Europe, with the man in the picture trying to decide which newspaper to buy as the only fundamental difference between them is the choice of adjective with which they describe the battle. Date: 1914

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

The cash and carry entrance of an unidentified British Restaurant
The cash and carry entrance of an unidentified British Restaurant
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The Family Horse for Keen Sportsmen by H M. Bateman
The Family Horse for Keen Sportsmen by H M. Bateman
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Who said Liar? Confident young chap tells a likely fib
Who said Liar? Confident young chap tells a likely fib
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Advertisement for British Tailoring and Repairing, WW1
Advertisement for British Tailoring and Repairing, WW1
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Carving a Turkey
Carving a Turkey
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Cartoon, An economical holiday
Cartoon, An economical holiday
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Celanese utility slip, 1943 - WWII fashion
Celanese utility slip, 1943 - WWII fashion
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Utility coats for mother and daughter, 1947
Utility coats for mother and daughter, 1947
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WW1 poster, Bad Form in Dress
WW1 poster, Bad Form in Dress
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Stevens Bread-making Machine
Stevens Bread-making Machine
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WW1 Oxo advertisement
WW1 Oxo advertisement
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The first National Kitchen, WW1
The first National Kitchen, WW1
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The first National Kitchen, WW1

The first National Kitchen in Britain, opened on 21 May 1917 by Queen Mary. The National Kitchens were opened during the First World War to provide one solution to food shortages. They enabled catering to be done on an economical scale and produced affordable, nutritious meals for war workers and poorer people. Date: 1917

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Belling electric fires advertisement, WW1
Belling electric fires advertisement, WW1
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My, little, grey, home, West, feet, place, but, belong, another, evidently, economical
My, little, grey, home, West, feet, place, but, belong, another, evidently, economical
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War Time Pudding with Oxo, 1918
War Time Pudding with Oxo, 1918
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Gong Soups advertisement, WW1
Gong Soups advertisement, WW1
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The National Dress, 1918
The National Dress, 1918
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Looking in a shop window during the sales, WW1
Looking in a shop window during the sales, WW1
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Becoming fashions combined with true economy, WW1
Becoming fashions combined with true economy, WW1
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Keeping a check on fuel consumed by G. H. Davis
Keeping a check on fuel consumed by G. H. Davis
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Day in the life of an average household by G. H. Davis
Day in the life of an average household by G. H. Davis
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Fuel for domestic appliances by G. H. Davis
Fuel for domestic appliances by G. H. Davis
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Design for the building of small holdings
Design for the building of small holdings
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Cover design, Farman aviation brochure
Cover design, Farman aviation brochure
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Fuel for domestic appliances by G. H. Davis Featured Image

Fuel for domestic appliances by G. H. Davis

Your fuel target: details that will help in planning economy during the Second World War, so that fuel rationing can be avoided. The number of hours taken by various domestic appliances to consume one unit of fuel. Items include light bulbs, a radio, a vacuum cleaner, a kettle, an oven, a boiler, gas and electric fires, a kitchen range and a lamp. The types of fuel are coal, gas, electricity, coke and oil, in descending order of quantity. Date: 1942

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Corn - the food of the nation Serve some way every meal - ap
Corn - the food of the nation Serve some way every meal - ap
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Ministry of Food advertisement
Ministry of Food advertisement
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Nelson on leave at St. Omer, France, 1784
Nelson on leave at St. Omer, France, 1784
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Frederic Chopin
Frederic Chopin
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Italian Steam Tram
Italian Steam Tram
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Brochure page, Oldsmobile cars
Brochure page, Oldsmobile cars
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