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Choose from 320 pictures in our Knife 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.

Market Reports - English Country Squire carves the beef Featured Print

Market Reports - English Country Squire carves the beef

'Market Reports' illustrated (Postcard series):
MEAT: "English beef was in fine condition."
This report on English beef (as a commodity traded on the Stock Exchange) is illustrated by a ruddy and rotund Eglish Country Squire taking great delight in the serving of probably the largest joint of beef you can imagine! Thankfully it does not appear it is all destined for his luncheon as there are other plates to be filled...!

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Inuit Seal Hunting (2/5) Featured Print

Inuit Seal Hunting (2/5)

An Inuit seal hunter. He has cut a hole in the pack ice and dropped a baited line through the hole. He has placed a small square of fur on the ground to form a warm seat whilst he waits for a passing seal to take the bait.

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Canada, Canadian, Eskimau, Eskimaux, Eskimo, Eskimos, Esquimau, Esquimaux, Fur, Historical, History, Hole, Hunting, Inuit, Knife, Line, Rope, Seal

Persian Dervishes Featured Print

Persian Dervishes

Persian Dervishes. Darwesh or Dervish, as it is known in European languages, refers to members of Sufi Muslim ascetic religious Tariqahs - tariket. Dervishes are involved in the esoteric side of Islam - and dervish orders mostly represent the teachings of various Sufi Saints who have lived over the centuries. In Persian (Iran), the word Darvish, also refers to a mendicant ascetic. The word Dervish means 'seeker of the truth' and the teachings of each Dervish order represent some of the infinite number of ways of being brought to the reality Itself. It is said that the number of ways to reality exceeds the number of grains of sand on the beach. It may be noted that this infinite number of ways to truth can often start at a point beyond the bounds of religion. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection