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Loses Gallery

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

Choose from 47 pictures in our Loses 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.


King John loses Crown Jewels in the Wash Featured Print

King John loses Crown Jewels in the Wash

On 14 October 1216, King John, while on a campaign, arrived at the south side of the Wash. As his army crossed the sands, the tide rose unexpectedly and the King's baggage, including the crown jewels, were lost. Date: 1216

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1216, Baggage, Coronation, Coronations, Crown, Disaster, Disasters, Drowned, Historical, History, Jewels, John, King, Loses, Lost, Regalia, Tide, Wash, Washed

Cricket Match between Actors and Authors at Lords Cricket G Featured Print

Cricket Match between Actors and Authors at Lords Cricket G

Illustration showing a number of the players in a one-day match between actors and authors held at Lord's cricket ground, June 1905. The actors won the match by 8 wickets and 7 runs. Clockwise, from top left: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle loses his wicket for 2 runs; C Aubrey Smith bowling; E.W. Hornung looking skyward; R. Evett fielding; Kenneth Douglas fielding at point; Gerald Du Maurier and V. O'Connor making the winning run; Oscar Asche bowling; Haydn Coffin trying to field and keep his hair tidy. In the centre are Major Philip Trevor and Leo Trevor, looking a lot like Tweedledum and Tweedledee

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Marsyas and Apollo Featured Print

Marsyas and Apollo

The satyr Marsyas reckons he's a better flautist than Apollo, but after he loses a contest, Apollo flays him alive : nymphs mourning him make a river with their tears

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Alive, Apollo, Classical, Contest, Flautist, Flays, Historical, History, Loses, Make, Marsyas, Mourning, Myth, Nymphs, Reckons, River, Satyr, Tears