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

Choose from 48 pictures in our Reduced collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Caricature of Richard Claude Belt, English sculptor

Caricature of Richard Claude Belt (1851-1920), English sculptor -- Law Court Pantomime. Mr Policeman Lewis to Mr Motley Belt. A libel case between Belt and a former employer, Charles Lawes, ran for six months in 1882, over the disputed credit for a sculpture. Belt won the case and was awarded damages of 5000, but Lawes launched an appeal and the damages were reduced to 500. However, the Court of Appeal overturned this in 1884, and reinstated the amount to 5000. Lawes then filed for bankruptcy to avoid payment. The policeman here is Sir George Henry Lewis (1833-1911), lawyer for Charles Lawes, so annoyed at losing the case that he pursued and ruined Belt.
1883

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Sugar means ships - The consumption of sugar sweetened drink

Sugar means ships - The consumption of sugar sweetened drinks must be reduced For your beverages 400 million lbs. of sugar were imported in ships last year - Every ship is needed to carry soldiers and supplies now. Poster showing a young woman drinking through a straw, Europe under a cloud War in the distance, as ships are diverted from carrying soldiers and supplies to carry sugar. Date 1917. Sugar means ships - The consumption of sugar sweetened drinks must be reduced For your beverages 400 million lbs. of sugar were imported in ships last year - Every ship is needed to carry soldiers and supplies now. Poster showing a young woman drinking through a straw, Europe under a cloud War in the distance, as ships are diverted from carrying soldiers and supplies to carry sugar. Date 1917. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

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Television in the comfort of your own home

The latest type of home receiver for vision and sound, with a fluorescent screen 8 by 6 inches, displaying a picture of Mickey Mouse. In 1935 the set cost 50, while the larger size, 12 by 9 inches, cost 80. The price was significantly reduced when production became competitive. On the 2nd February 1935, the Baird system transmitted indoor and outdoor scenes to an audience in Westminster. The subjects of the recording included horse jumping and racing film scene."

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans