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Printers Gallery

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Choose from 60 pictures in our Printers 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.


Pages from a book of textile samples, annotated by hand with Featured Print

Pages from a book of textile samples, annotated by hand with

One of two quarter-bound merchanting pattern books for the R. Dalglish Falconer Company Ltd of Manchester and Glasgow, put together between c.1887 and 1894. This book has 158 pages, each containing two swatches of roller printed textiles, mainly cottons and most likely furnishing fabrics. Alongside each swatch there are handwritten annotations including design and client numbers, as well as export and order information. Date: 1887-1894

© The Geffrye Museum of the Home / Mary Evans Picture Library

Prayer Book for Jewish Sailors and Soldiers - WWI Featured Print

Prayer Book for Jewish Sailors and Soldiers - WWI

Prayer Book for Jewish Sailors and Soldiers - enlarged edition. Published by Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd., His Majesty's Printers. 5676 - 1916. Stamped Rev. I. Frankenthal, Jewish Chaplain, Alexandria District - 16.9.19. This book belonged to 355678 Sergeant A. Isaacs, 25th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Book

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

17 Gough Square - where Dr. Johnson compiled his dictionary Featured Print

17 Gough Square - where Dr. Johnson compiled his dictionary

17 Gough Square, Fleet Street, London - where Dr. Samuel Johnson compiled his dictionary in 1748. In the garret (with the slanting roof) his assistants worked. The purchaser of the property (in 1911) Cecil Harmsworth who is reported to have said "......it presented every appearance of squalor and decay.....it is doubtful whether in the whole of London there existed a more forlorn or dilapidated tenement". This card, dating from around the time Harmsworth's purchase shows the building in a poor state of repair, with the then occupant being the printing firm of Waller & Baines. Date: circa 1911

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection