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Nigerian Gallery

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

Choose from 61 pictures in our Nigerian 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.


Westland WS.51 Srs.2 Widgeon G-APPS Featured Print

Westland WS.51 Srs.2 Widgeon G-APPS

Westland WS.51 Srs.2 Widgeon G-APPS (msn WA/H/3), of British United Airways 1960-1961. The first prototype, G-ALIK, was brought up to full Widgeon standard and on 3 November 1958 it was re-registered as G-APPS, still owned by Westland. Subsequently it was operated by Bristow Helicopters Ltd. (1958) and by British United Airways (1960-1961), being used for pipe laying and other tasks. On 6 November 1961 it was registered to Bristow; a year later, on 5 December 1962, it was registered in Nigeria as 5N-AGA. Later it was transferred to the Nigerian Air Force (s/n NAF-10), and it was written off on 1 February 1968.' Date: circa1961

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans A The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Kirdi Village, Mokolo, Cameroon, Africa Featured Print

Kirdi Village, Mokolo, Cameroon, Africa

Kirdi Village, Mokolo, Cameroon, Africa. The Kirdi (or Kapsiki) people are cattle keepers in the Mandara Hills along the Nigerian border in the area of Margui-Wandala between Mokolo and Bourrah. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1930s, 30s, Africa, African, Area, Border, Bourrah, Cameroon, Cameroonian, Cattle, Herders, Hills, Hut, Huts, Kapsiki, Keepers, Kirdi, Mandara, Margui Wandala, Mokolo, Nigerian, Oct16, People, Peoples, Thirties, Traditional, Village

Colonialism - Annexation of Ado by the British Featured Print

Colonialism - Annexation of Ado by the British

The Annexation of the territory of the King of Ado by the British in 1891 - a real pictorial example of the extension of the British Empire. Captain George Chardin Denton (1851-1928), Colonial Secretary of Lagos (Bight of Benin, now Nigeria) taking over dominion of the region under the British flag. The caption below the photograph is (in itself) a quite incredible example of colonial thought and propaganda! Date: 1891

© Mary Evans Picture Library