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Choose from 26 pictures in our Enjoyed collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Tobacconist - Treyer and Fribourg
Tobacconist - Treyer and Fribourg
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Carousel Music Cover
Carousel Music Cover
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Cockfighting in France
Cockfighting in France
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Where Ice Cream Enjoyed?
Where Ice Cream Enjoyed?
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Bishop Burnets House
Bishop Burnets House
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Bedside Lamp
Bedside Lamp
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Cov. Garden Breakfast
Cov. Garden Breakfast
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Mary Benton (120)
Mary Benton (120)
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Brewster F2A Buffalo -unlike other Buffalo users, the F
Brewster F2A Buffalo -unlike other Buffalo users, the F
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Ind Coupe Brewery Double Diamond Being Enjoyed
Ind Coupe Brewery Double Diamond Being Enjoyed
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Switzerland - Berne. From Rosengarten
Switzerland - Berne. From Rosengarten
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Robinson Magician
Robinson Magician
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Tobacconist - Treyer and Fribourg Featured Image

Tobacconist - Treyer and Fribourg

The famous (and charming) 18th century tobacco, cigar and snuff shop Treyer and Fribourg at 34 Haymarket, London, SW1. The shop enjoyed the patronage of George III, Pitt and many other famous statesmen. The owners sold the business to Imperial Tobacco who after a time said they could not afford the rent and moved premises to Regent Street. This shop also closed, but the name lived on for a while as Imperial Tobacco continued to market Treyer and Fribourg cigarettes. Snuff bearing the Treyer and Fribourg name is still available for purchase over the internet

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Saint Mechtildis
Saint Mechtildis
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Lady Patricia Ramsay and her son
Lady Patricia Ramsay and her son
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Football in the Streets of London, 16th century
Football in the Streets of London, 16th century
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Column of Archers - Ok-Meydan
Column of Archers - Ok-Meydan
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Prince Leopold
Prince Leopold
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King George V and Queen Mary at Cadogan Pier, London, August
King George V and Queen Mary at Cadogan Pier, London, August
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18th C. Tobacconist Shop
18th C. Tobacconist Shop
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Stationery Shop/Edwards
Stationery Shop/Edwards
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People at a medieval banquet
People at a medieval banquet
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St Petersburg Ice Slide
St Petersburg Ice Slide
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Clapham Common
Clapham Common
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Suffragette Ruthless Rhymes of Martial Militants
Suffragette Ruthless Rhymes of Martial Militants
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Column of Archers - Ok-Meydan Featured Image

Column of Archers - Ok-Meydan

The Ottoman Emperors, with their court, often enjoyed the diversion of Archery in public and there is an extensive piece of ground alloted to that purpose. This place is upon an eminence in the suburbs of the City of Constantinople and commands and extensive view of the town and the harbour. It is called Ok-Meydan, or the Place of the Arrow. The ground is covered with marble pillars (such as the one pictured) erected in honour of those archers who have succeeded in shooting arrows to any remarkable distance. Each pillar is inscribed with the name of the person whose dexterity it records, together with some complimentary verses to him, and the exact range which he obtained with his flight arrow. The Ottoman Emperors from ancient times have been always supposed to live by their manual labour, in consequence of this suposition they have each learnt some art or profession, most of them having prefered the art of making bows and arrows. One Emperor was a bound apprentice to the trade of Archery, and at the time he was received as a master in this trade, he gave on different occasions very splendid public entertainments at the Ok-Meydan where the state tents were pitched for him and his court

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Cinderella
Cinderella
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Israel Jerusalem
Israel Jerusalem
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