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Choose from 113 pictures in our Relations 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.


W.M. Woodfull struck by a cricket ball, Melbourne Cricket Gr Featured Print

W.M. Woodfull struck by a cricket ball, Melbourne Cricket Gr

Photograph of William Maldon Woodfull (1897-1965), the Victoria and Australia cricketer, just after he had been struck by a cricket ball bowled by Harold Larwood in the match between the MCC and Australia, Melbourne cricket ground. The MCC captain, D.R. Jardine, employed leg-theory or bodyline during this tour, which caused injuries to several Australian batsmen and soured relations between England and Australia

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Ancient Art. Anatolia Peninsula. Turkey. Ritual vessel shape Featured Print

Ancient Art. Anatolia Peninsula. Turkey. Ritual vessel shape

Ancient Art. Anatolia Peninsula. Turkey. Between 2000-1750 BC Mesopotamian Assyrian merchants established trading colonies in Anatolia. The center was Kanesh Kharum. Ritual vessel shape of a lion. 18th-19th century BC. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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The Bank of England at the beginning of World War I Featured Print

The Bank of England at the beginning of World War I

The prospect of a shortage of gold owing to the threatened rupture of financial relations with the Continent resulted in a highly unusual spectacle at the Bank of England in London. From noon onwards on 31st July 1914 the courtyard was occupied by a changing queue of people keen to change their banknotes into gold. On 1 August 1914 the bank rate rose to 10 per cent, the highest since May 1866, and an indication of the gravity of the European situation at the outbreak of war. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library