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Choose from 187 pictures in our Produce collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Loseley Farm, Surrey
Loseley Farm, Surrey
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Charteuse Advert 1906
Charteuse Advert 1906
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UK Dairy Show - Feeding the goats
UK Dairy Show - Feeding the goats
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Womens Land Army in action, 1939
Womens Land Army in action, 1939
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Advertisement for the Brinsmead grand piano
Advertisement for the Brinsmead grand piano
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Calder Hall Power Stn
Calder Hall Power Stn
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Ploughing up England
Ploughing up England
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Frome Market 1930S
Frome Market 1930S
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Fake Surrender
Fake Surrender
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London Life - The Busy Docks of the Port of London
London Life - The Busy Docks of the Port of London
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Virgils Tomb
Virgils Tomb
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Fruit Label -- best Jaffa grapefruit
Fruit Label -- best Jaffa grapefruit
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Virgils Tomb Featured Print

Virgils Tomb

Virgil's Tomb (1785). Wright, Joseph of Derby 1734-1797. Wright travelled in Italy from 1774-76 and produced many fine drawings of classical subjects and geological curiosities. On his return to England Wright used these drawings to produce a number of paintings of Italian subjects, many of which employ dramatic effects of light. Virgil's Tomb, near Naples, was much visited on the ?Grand Tour? due to its picturesque appearance and the great esteem in which the Roman poet Virgil was held in the eighteenth century. Date: 1785

© National Museums NI / MARY EVANS

Bosnian Market Scene - Sarajevo
Bosnian Market Scene - Sarajevo
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The Re-cut Koh-i-noor Diamond, 1852
The Re-cut Koh-i-noor Diamond, 1852
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Market Gossip - Barbados, West Indies, Caribbean
Market Gossip - Barbados, West Indies, Caribbean
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Butter and cheese poster
Butter and cheese poster
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A Fish Auction in Columbia Market
A Fish Auction in Columbia Market
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David Wright
David Wright
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Tariff Reform Needed
Tariff Reform Needed
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St David's Church Army - Harvest Festival
St David's Church Army - Harvest Festival
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Bread fruit plants, Ceylon Sri Lanka
Bread fruit plants, Ceylon Sri Lanka
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Brighouse, West Yorkshire - Mazdaznan - Harvest Festival
Brighouse, West Yorkshire - Mazdaznan - Harvest Festival
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Man and woman of Friesland, Holland, 1818
Man and woman of Friesland, Holland, 1818
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Trades in Regency England: Turnery, broom-maker
Trades in Regency England: Turnery, broom-maker
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The Re-cut Koh-i-noor Diamond, 1852 Featured Print

The Re-cut Koh-i-noor Diamond, 1852

Engraving of the re-cut Koh-i-noor ('mountain of light') diamond, 1852. Previously owned by the Mogul emperors, the Persian Shahs and Ranjit Singh, the Lion of the Punjab, it was presented to Queen Victoria by the East India Company in 1850. The diamond was displayed at the Great Exhibition of 1851, where various experts felt it displayed insufficient fire. It was decided therefore to recut the stone. This was undertaken by Guillaume Coster, over 38 days, in 1852 to produce a round diamond of 108 carats (shown in the image). In 1937 the diamond was placed in a crown to be worn by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother at the Coronation of King George VI. The crown and diamond now reside at the Tower of London

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10219047

Trades in Regency England. Hop picking, South Down
Trades in Regency England. Hop picking, South Down
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Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding
Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding
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Trades in Regency England. Sail cloth, stone quarries
Trades in Regency England. Sail cloth, stone quarries
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Trades in Regency England. Tin mines, bullocks
Trades in Regency England. Tin mines, bullocks
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Trades in Regency England: china painting, pin making
Trades in Regency England: china painting, pin making
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Trades in Regency Ireland and England: Cork, Dublin
Trades in Regency Ireland and England: Cork, Dublin
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Trades in Regency Ireland: bleaching, Irish cabin
Trades in Regency Ireland: bleaching, Irish cabin
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Trades in Regency Scotland: distillery, cannon boring
Trades in Regency Scotland: distillery, cannon boring
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Trades in Regency England: glass-blowing, colliery
Trades in Regency England: glass-blowing, colliery
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Trades in Regency England: charcoal burning, Jew selling
Trades in Regency England: charcoal burning, Jew selling
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Trades in Regency England: Greenland ship to Hull
Trades in Regency England: Greenland ship to Hull
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Trades in Regency England: Grinding cutlery, iron
Trades in Regency England: Grinding cutlery, iron
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Trades in Regency England: Greenland ship to Hull Featured Print

Trades in Regency England: Greenland ship to Hull

Trades in Regency England: Greenland ship to Hull, broad-cloth manufacture and watchmaker. Sailship bringing whale blubber oil from Greenland to the port of Hull 61, weaver making broadcloth on a loom in a cottage in Leeds 62, and watchmaker at his desk in Lancaster 63. Woodcut engraving from Rev. Isaac Taylor's Scenes of British Wealth, in Produce, Manufacture and Commerce, John Harris, London, 1823. Isaac Taylor was an English writer, artist, engraver and inventor 1787-1865

© Florilegius

Trades in Regency England: Cheese making, check manufacture
Trades in Regency England: Cheese making, check manufacture
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Brewing, steel ware and gloves, and a mineral waters
Brewing, steel ware and gloves, and a mineral waters
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Trades in Regency England: Spar ornaments, pottery
Trades in Regency England: Spar ornaments, pottery
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Trades in Regency England: Ale-house, silk mill
Trades in Regency England: Ale-house, silk mill
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Trades in Regency England: flannel market, copper
Trades in Regency England: flannel market, copper
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Trades in Regency England: blacksmith, Jappanner and goats
Trades in Regency England: blacksmith, Jappanner and goats
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Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery
Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery
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Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking
Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking
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Trades in Norfolk, Regency England. Barley, turnips and game
Trades in Norfolk, Regency England. Barley, turnips and game
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Trades in Regency England. Spinning, reaping flax
Trades in Regency England. Spinning, reaping flax
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Trades in Regency England. Brick making, butter churning
Trades in Regency England. Brick making, butter churning
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Trades in Regency England: cable making, straw work
Trades in Regency England: cable making, straw work
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