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Final Gallery

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

Choose from 336 pictures in our Final 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.


Featured Print

The F.A. Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, 1923

Aerial photograph of Wembley Stadium before the start of the 1923 F.A. Cup Final between Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United. This was the first Cup Final held at the then brand-new Wembley Stadium, which had been built in 300 days at a cost of 750, 000. Before the match began a crowd of about 100, 000 (most without a ticket) stormed through the gates and into the stadium. This meant that there was approximately 200, 000 people in a ground designed for 127, 000. The photograph shows the scene as the spectators moved onto the pitch, due to the pressure of people behind them. The match started 40 minutes late and was won by Bolton 2-0"

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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The FA Cup Final 1899

The 1899 FA Cup Final was contested by Sheffield United and Derby County at Crystal Palace, London. Sheffield United won 4-1, with goals scored by John Almond, Walter Bennett, Billy Beer and Fred Priest. John Boag scored Derby's goal. This picture is a general view looking over the pitch during the game, with the outline of the Crystal Palace in the background"

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Spanish Bullfighting - (card 2 of 3)

Spanish Bullfighting scene - In the final stage, the 'tercio de muerte', a matador re-enters the ring alone with a small red cape (muleta) and a sword. The matador uses his cape to attract the bull in a series of passes, demonstrating his control over it by getting especially close. The 'faena' (literally 'job') is the entire performance with the muleta, which is usually broken down into 'tandas' or 'series'. The faena ends with a final series of passes in which the matador with a muleta attempts to manoeuver the bull into a position to stab it between the shoulder blades and through the aorta or heart. The act of thrusting the sword is called an 'estocada'.

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection