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Choose from 51 pictures in our Immediately 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.


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An Afternoon 'At Home' at a Modern Flying Club by Johns

Representative types of British light aeroplanes flying over a typical 'modern' aerodrome. The green monoplane on the left is a Westland 'Widgeon', which is flying immediately above an Avro 'Avian' from the Lancs Aero Club. Slightly above to the right is a Blackburn 'Bluebird' from the Yorks Aero Club, which is flying beneath a Desoutter Sports Coupe, painted in orange and black, the colours of the National Flying Services. To the left is another Desoutter. The green and white biplane seen at the top of the picture on the right is a Coupe 'Moth' whilst below it fly a yellow Gipsy Moth from the London Aeroplane Club and a blue and white Comber 'Swift'. Date: 9th July 1930

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Bottlenose Dolphin - Female (Mother) communicating

Bottlenose Dolphin - Female (Mother) communicating with Newborn Baby / Calf immediately after birth, keeping the baby under water to control its breathing (Tursiops truncatus). Part of a sequence of imagesDolphin gestation / pregnancy lasts approx. 12 months, the birth can take between half an hour to 3 - 4 hours depending on the experience of the mother. Weaned after 9 - 18 months. Young stay closely with mothers for up to 6 years.

© Augusto Leandro Stanzani / ardea.com

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Trial of Mrs Maybrick at Liverpool

Mrs Florence Maybrick pictured reading her statement in court. Mrs Maybrick was accused of killing her husband, James Maybrick with poison. She moved from America to Liverpool in 1884, after marrying James Maybrick three years previously, when she was eighteen. James Maybrick often prescribed himself arsenic and strychnine to help with aches and pains, despite both his GP and wife warning him of the dangers. When he died on the 2nd May 1889 after having gastro-enteritis, Florence was immediately arrested for murder. The post mortem gave little evidence into the cause of death, and only small amounts of poison were present in James's body. Florence Maybrick was sentenced to life imprisonment, but only served 15 years before moving back to America.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans