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Fencing Gallery

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Choose from 113 pictures in our Fencing 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.


FENCING FOR GIRLS 1930 Featured Print

FENCING FOR GIRLS 1930

Fencing has become a popular pastime with girls employed in the Government offices in Whitehall. Here Miss M. Angus (right) and Miss K. Brane have an evening duel at the club. Date: 1 February 1930

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1930, 1930s, Angus, Brane, Club, Duel, Employed, Evening, February, Fencing, Girls, Government, Miss, Offices, Pastime, Popular, Sport, Whitehall

Fancing - The Ladies' Cercle d'Escrime - the winning team Featured Print

Fancing - The Ladies' Cercle d'Escrime - the winning team

The Ladies' Cercle d'Escrime - the winning team of the 'Martin-Edmunds' Inter-Salle Challenge Cup held at Salle Bertrand (Bertrand's Academy). The team (who retained the cup) were Miss Gladys Davis, Miss A B Walker (Captain), Mrs C Davies and Miss E Gray. Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1920s, 1920s, 1922, 20s, Academy, Bertran, Bertrands, Challenge, Champions, Cup, Davis, Fencer, Fencers, Fencing, Gladys, Inter Salle, Martin Edmunds, Miss, Salle, Sport, Sportswomen, Team, Tournament, Tourney, Twenties, Winners, Women, Womens, Womens

May Toupie Lowther, tennis player and fencer Featured Print

May Toupie Lowther, tennis player and fencer

May "Toupie" Lowther (also Toup饠Lowther, English tennis player and fencer active during the last decade of the 19th century and the first decade of the 20th century. Lowther was also an outstanding fencer, a keen motorist, weightlifter and practitioner of jujitsu. Pictured on the front cover of The Sketch at the time she had challenged a Captain Hutton to a fight with foils. What a gal! Date: 1898

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans