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Inspector Gallery

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

Choose from 109 pictures in our Inspector collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Santa caught by the tax inspector by H.M. Bateman Featured Print

Santa caught by the tax inspector by H.M. Bateman

A rather surprised looking Father Christmas, who has arrived at the house of a tax inspector to innocently deliver toys on Christmas Eve, finds himself caught by a vigilant tax inspector. H.M. Bateman was personally obsessed with tax men and they feature in many of his cartoons! Caption reads: Income Tax Collector: A-a-h! I want a statement of your accounts for the past million years to date! Copyright: H.M. Bateman Designs Limited

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Arsene Lupin by Francis de Croisset and Maurice Leblanc Featured Print

Arsene Lupin by Francis de Croisset and Maurice Leblanc

Arsene Lupin by Francis de Croisset and Maurice Leblanc, French production at the Theatre de l'Athenee, Paris,. Lupin brandishes a bomb at Chief Inspector Guerchard and other policemen (Act IV), very similar to the same scene in the London production, and showing the accuracy of Morrows illustration (see 11108544). A letter and number in the top right of the card might help the owner to win a ticket for the orchestra stalls. Date: 1900s

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Inspector Alice B Clayden and her brothers, London Featured Print

Inspector Alice B Clayden and her brothers, London

Woman police officer, Inspector Alice Bertha Clayden, with her three brothers (together with Sergeant Henry Pegler) in the yard of Crawford Place Police Station, London W1 -- the brothers are, from left to right, Sergeant Frank Frayn Clayden, Inspector Charles Henry Clayden, and Sergeant Alfred William Clayden. In 1922, during the period of the so-called Geddes Axe when the government of the day reduced the number of policewomen from 112 to 20, Alice Bertha Clayden was put in charge of the 20 who remained, and was the first woman officer to hold the rank of Inspector. Date: 1928

© Metropolitan Police Authority/Mary Evans