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Initials Gallery

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

Choose from 56 pictures in our Initials 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.

Design and motto of the Royal Artillery -- Ubique Featured Print

Design and motto of the Royal Artillery -- Ubique

Design and motto of the Royal Artillery, showing a crown, ornate initials RA in mirror image, a field gun, and the Latin word Ubique, meaning Everywhere'. The original Latin motto of the Royal Artillery was Quo Fas et Gloria Ducunt (Where Right and Glory Lead), but in 1833, to reflect its role on every battlefield, King William IV ordered that it should bear the additional title of Ubique. Date: 19th century

© Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

Model wearing spring clothing 1937 Featured Print

Model wearing spring clothing 1937

Model wearing clothing available from Debenham and Freebody'. The black marocain suit on the left consists of a belted dress and trimmed silver fox cape. The suit on the right has black pencil skirt and a coat in a subdued shade of mustard softed with black. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1930s, 1937, 30s, Bag, Bags, Belt, Belted, Cape, Clothes, Clothing, Clutch, Costume, Debenham, Dress, Dresses, Fashion, Fashionable, Fox, Freebody, Fur, Furs, Highway, Initials, Pencil, Scarf, Silver, Skirt, Skirts, Suit, Suits, Thirties

H. L. Oakley - silhouette artist Featured Print

H. L. Oakley - silhouette artist

Jolly silhouette self-portrait by H. L.Oakley (1882-1960), renowned silhouette artist, who depicts himself with a knapsack and suitcase (complete with H.L.O initials) on tour. Oakley divided his time between commercial work and setting up booths in department stores and seaside resorts where he would cut hundreds of portraits each year. This image was used on Oakley's stationery. This version includes the message: I am off on Monday next so please hurry up!!
circa 1930

© H L Oakley / Mary Evans