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Choose from 150 pictures in our Report 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.


Piltdown Man article-'The most ancient inhabitant of England Featured Print

Piltdown Man article-'The most ancient inhabitant of England

The most ancient inhabitant of England: the newly found Sussex Man. A page from the Illustrated London News by W.P Pycraft, examining the parallels between the Piltdown Man skull and jaw, and those of others. In 1953, the find proved to be a hoax; a combination of the skull of a medieval man, the jaw of an orangutan, and chimpanzee teeth.
1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure Featured Print

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure of Dorak c.3000 BC - report of the finds from the excavations by James Mellaart, Assistant Director, The British Institute of Archaeology, Ankara. A small cemetery consisting of two Royal cist graves and two pithos burials of servants was found high up on a hill slope near the village of Dorak, on the southern shore of Lake Apolyont (Vilayet of Bursa) in North-west Turkey near the Sea of Marmara. Date: 1959

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

An Unconfirmed Report states - Rumours, H.M. Bateman, WW1 Featured Print

An Unconfirmed Report states - Rumours, H.M. Bateman, WW1

"An unconfirmed report states - Rumour." This Bateman cartoon warns the readers against passing on potentially important information during wartime to friends. The character at the beginning of the cartoon sees a carriage with its blinds down and decides to tell his friends, who then pass on the information to their friends until eventually one of the men sells his story to the newspapers. Similar to the Careless talk costs lives posters of the Second World War, this illustration encourages readers to keep any secrets to themselves lest they fall into the wrong hands. Date: 1914

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library