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Hammock Gallery

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Choose from 74 pictures in our Hammock 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.


May Goelet (Duchess of Roxburghe) as a little girl Featured Print

May Goelet (Duchess of Roxburghe) as a little girl

Miss Mary ('May') Goelet, American heiress, who married Henry Innes-Kerr, 8th Duke of Roxburghe in 1903, becoming Duchess of Roxburghe and bringing with her a dowry of some $20 million. Pictured here at the age of four. Numerous impoverished peers married wealthy American heiresses during this period, who in return for the substantial dowries earned a title and the prestige of being chatelaine of some of the finest stately homes in England. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Apurina or Ipurina people of the Purus river in Brazil Featured Print

Apurina or Ipurina people of the Purus river in Brazil

Apurina or Ipurina people of the Purus river in Brazil. . Handcolored lithograph from Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche's Complete Gallery of Peoples in True Pictures, Meissen, circa 1835-1840.

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

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The top hat as a sign of chieftaincy in Sierra Leone Featured Print

The top hat as a sign of chieftaincy in Sierra Leone

The top hat as a sign of chieftaincy in Sierra Leone. The civilised man's head-dress as a symbol of sovereignty for women as well as men rulers. The image at the top of the page shows: 'wearing his royal top hat: the coronation of the Sokong of Imperri in the Sherbro country'. The coronation was presided over by the Bai Sherbro, the suzerain of the whole Sherbro country. Adjoining countries provide a Tasso, who is head of the Poro order. They wear an enormous head covering, on which the skulls of their predecessors repose. The lower image is captioned, 'the top hat as a sign of sovereignty for queens as well as kings: Queen Messi of Massa attending a political meeting.' Date: 1910

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans