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Choose from 121 pictures in our Opens 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.


Studdy - Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes Featured Print

Studdy - Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes

"Alas My Brothers! Tis a queer world to look upon." Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes for the first time. This image was also published under the title "Born Aristocrats". Date: 1921

© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./ILN/Mary Evans

1921, Alas, Amazement, Aristocrats, Basket, Blanket, Bonzo, Born, Brothers, Discovery, Eye, Eyes, George, Historical, History, Newborn, Open, Opening, Opens, Puppies, Puppy, Pups, Queer, Red, Sight, Studdy, Tis, Vision, World, Young

George, Prince of Wales and wife Mary - British Empire Tour Featured Print

George, Prince of Wales and wife Mary - British Empire Tour

In 1901, George, Prince of Wales (later King George V) and his wife Mary toured the British Empire. The tour (which included a stop in Australia) was designed by Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain with the support of Prime Minister Lord Salisbury to reward the dominions for their participation in the South African War of 18991902. In Australia, the Duke opened the first session of the Australian Parliament (on 9th May 1901) upon the creation of the Commonwealth of Australia. Date: 1901

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Interior of the Mersey Tunnel, Liverpool Featured Print

Interior of the Mersey Tunnel, Liverpool

King George V opened the Mersey Tunnel called Queensway on 18 July 1934, arranging to drive in the tunnel. Exclusively for vehicles, connecting Liverpool with Birkenhead under the River Mersey. At the time of its construction it was the longest underwater tunnel in the world a title it held for 24 years, and costed a total of 8 million. Photographs here showing (above) the junction with Birkenhead docks branch, (below) a curve that takes four lines of traffic abreast.
18 July 1934

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans