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Potter Gallery

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

Choose from 104 pictures in our Potter 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.

Three Coldstream Guards -- Crimean Braves Featured Print

Three Coldstream Guards -- Crimean Braves

Three Coldstream Guards posing in uniform, with their weapons, in a photograph entitled Crimean Braves. The men are Joseph Numa, John Potter and James Deal. This is one of a series of photographs of soldiers taken for Queen Victoria in the summer of 1856, on the men's return to England from the Crimean War. The Queen wanted the photographs to be taken as soon as possible, before the men shaved off their beards or otherwise changed their warlike appearance!

© Mary Evans Picture Library / Grayhams Collection

Rugger Personalities - Rugby 1920 Featured Print

Rugger Personalities - Rugby 1920

Rugger personalities by H. Crowther Smith. Includes G. Rowland Hill, Lieut-Colones S. S. D. Craven, B. S. Cumberlege, C. J. B. Marriott, C. N. Lowe, F. C. Potter Irwin (well known referee), John Daniell, E Temple Gurdon, A. Bates, Clem Lewis, Captain W. W. Wakefield, Major S. W. Harris, V. R. Price, H. Coverdale, Major B. C. Hartley (Secretary Army Sports Control Board), R. A. Lloyd, Major H. C. Harrison, E. Loudoun-Shand, C. A. Kershaw, A. T. Voyce, W. J. A. Davies, A. D. Stoop, John Birkett, B. B. Crole, J. E. Greenwood and C. H. Pillman. Date: 1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Trilby by Paul M Potter Featured Print

Trilby by Paul M Potter

Promotional Christmas card for Trilby by Paul M. Potter from George Du Mauriers novel (1894). First performed in England at the Theatre Royal, Manchester 7th September and Haymarket Theatre, 30th October 1895. Christmas card advertising the Haymarket production, as shown by the pun on Tree, (Herbert Beerbohm Tree) the actor manager, who played Svengali. He had seen the play in Boston in March 1895. Date: 1895

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library