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Choose from 30 pictures in our Fail collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


WW2 poster, We shall not flag, Winston Churchill speech
WW2 poster, We shall not flag, Winston Churchill speech
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Fighting the Sioux
Fighting the Sioux
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They say cleanliness is next to Godliness - but I say its next to impossible
They say cleanliness is next to Godliness - but I say its next to impossible
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Achelous and Naiads
Achelous and Naiads
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Madam I?Oma music hall mystic and clairvoyante
Madam I?Oma music hall mystic and clairvoyante
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James II's plan to escape England to France is thwarted
James II's plan to escape England to France is thwarted
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WW1 - The Kaiser and his troops fail to make it to Paris
WW1 - The Kaiser and his troops fail to make it to Paris
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Lia Fail, Stone of Destiny, Hill of Tara
Lia Fail, Stone of Destiny, Hill of Tara
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King Cnut the Great fails to halt the incoming tide
King Cnut the Great fails to halt the incoming tide
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WW1 - Zeppelins raid over Paris, France, 1915
WW1 - Zeppelins raid over Paris, France, 1915
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Suffragette Cats Embracing Words Fail Me
Suffragette Cats Embracing Words Fail Me
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The joys of Patrol Words fail
The joys of Patrol Words fail
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King Cnut the Great fails to halt the incoming tide Featured Image

King Cnut the Great fails to halt the incoming tide

Cnut the Great (circa 985 or 9951035), (or Canute), King of Denmark, England, Norway, and parts of Sweden. Henry of Huntingdon, the 12th-century chronicler, wrote (the apocryphal story) of how Cnut set his throne by the sea shore and commanded the tide to halt and not wet his feet and robes. Yet "continuing to rise as usual (the tide) dashed over his feet and legs without respect to his royal person. Then the king leapt backwards, saying: "Let all men know how empty and worthless is the power of kings, for there is none worthy of the name, but He whom heaven, earth, and sea obey by eternal laws." Date: circa 1025

© The Russell Butcher Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

St Edwards Chair - Coronation Chair
St Edwards Chair - Coronation Chair
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WWI - Propaganda postcard - Kaisers dream bubbles burst
WWI - Propaganda postcard - Kaisers dream bubbles burst
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WWI - The (German) Fox and the (Allied) Grapes
WWI - The (German) Fox and the (Allied) Grapes
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Jameson Raid / Captured
Jameson Raid / Captured
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Crete Revolt - 4
Crete Revolt - 4
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British in Afghanistan
British in Afghanistan
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Malta Bombed by Italians
Malta Bombed by Italians
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Battle of Narbonne
Battle of Narbonne
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Louis at Tuilleries
Louis at Tuilleries
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Twin puppies fall over
Twin puppies fall over
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Allies Enter Paris 1814
Allies Enter Paris 1814
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The Cable Lost
The Cable Lost
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St Edwards Chair - Coronation Chair Featured Image

St Edwards Chair - Coronation Chair

The Coronation Chair of Great Britain, otherwise known as St. Edward's Chair or King Edward's Chair, used for the crowning of British monarchs. Underneath is the famous Stone of Scone (also known as Lai-Fail or the Stone of Destiny), removed from Scone, Perthshire by Edward I in 1298. Tradition alleges that the stone, once the pillow of Jacob, was used at the coronation of the Irish kings at Tara prior to its removal to Scotland. Date: 1937

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Langleys Model
Langleys Model
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Myth/Tibet/Lion/Gold
Myth/Tibet/Lion/Gold
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Battle of Minden
Battle of Minden
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Lighthouse Keeper
Lighthouse Keeper
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Spion Kop - P.Journal
Spion Kop - P.Journal
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Countess Constance Markievicz (1868 - 1927)
Countess Constance Markievicz (1868 - 1927)
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