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Issues Gallery

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

Choose from 45 pictures in our Issues 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.


Found FBA-1A CF-GMO-X Featured Print

Found FBA-1A CF-GMO-X

Found FBA-1A CF-GMO-X (msn 1). The pre-cursor to the Found FBA-2A Bush Hawk, first flown on 13 July 1949, was designed and built by brothers N.K (Bud) and S.R. (Mickey) Found from 1946. Intended as a pre-production prototype, the FBA-1A was retired in 1950 after a successful flight test program. The intended production version, the Found FBA-2A Bush Hawk, did not emerge until 1960 due to funding issues. Date: circa 1949

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette Featured Print

Suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette

London Life - A Rotary Postcard photograph showing a suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette paper - October, 1912. The woman in the image is wearing a Holloway brooch, a brooch of honour designed by Sylvia Pankhurst for women who had been imprisoned in Holloway Prison. The brooch shows a portcullis symbol of the House of commons, the gate and hanging chains in silver and the superimposed broad arrow in purple, white and green enamel. The newsletter The Suffragette was published by the Womens Social and Political Union (WSPU). It replaced the earlier Votes for Women newsletter in 1912 when the WSPU became more militant. The issue which is on display in the photograph may concern an important letter by written by James Barr to the Prison Commissioners (right) in which he describes the force-feeding of Rose Howey in Walton Prison, Liverpool in January 1910. Prior to this letter the official position on force-feeding was that it was done in order to save lives however Barrs letter makes it clear that Howey was not at risk when she was force-fed. Date: 1912

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Crusty Old Bachelors Christmas Featured Print

Crusty Old Bachelors Christmas

Humorous illustration showing two old bachelors taking their Christmas dinner while reading newspapers at a restaurant or eating house. A waiter stands between the two tables yawning, suggesting that the two diners have nowhere else to go and have consequently outstayed their welcome. The fireplace is decorated with holly and mistletoe. Humorous or sentimental illustrations were a popular feature of the ILN, particularly in seasonal issues - this image is from the 1889 Christmas number

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans