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Choose from 44 pictures in our Newsagent 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.


Wymans book stall at Paddington Station, 1915 Featured Print

Wymans book stall at Paddington Station, 1915

An impressive bookstall at Paddington railway station in 1915 with a display of the recently printed Printers Pie, a charitable publication produced in aid of retired printers, edited by Hugh Spotiswoode and contributed to by famous illustrators and writers. Also on display are posters for other magazines and newspapers including The Bystander and the Western Daily News reporting on the latest war developments. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Battle Areas - from the womans point of view, Helen McKie Featured Print

Battle Areas - from the womans point of view, Helen McKie

Impressions of Rheims by Miss Helen McKie. One in a series of sketches, drawn by Bystander artist Helen McKie during a visit to war torn France following the end of the First World War. 1. A big space has been cleared in one part of town hwere huge quantities of irons goods are stored. 2, Newsagent blowing a horn in the deserted streets to let houses know when the papers arrive. 3. Huge numbers of German prisoners are employed in clearing up debris. 4. A familiar sight in Rheims at this time. One the doors of those houses which it was possible to restore, are chalked up instructions to the effect that the house is to be kept, and that the owner is returning or has returned. Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

W H Smith book stall at Cannon Street Station, 1915 Featured Print

W H Smith book stall at Cannon Street Station, 1915

The book stall of W. H. Smith at Cannon Street station, London showing in particular, the display of Printers Pie magazine, a twice-yearly charitable publication produced by Hugh Spottiswoode, contributed towards by famous illustrators and writers and sold in aid of a printers charity. Other posters advertising popular magazines of the day including The Sphere and Truth. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans