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Choose from 207 pictures in our Reserve 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.


Six Sons and a father under arms, WW1 Featured Print

Six Sons and a father under arms, WW1

Mr J. B. Gilbert (centre) of Poole, Dorset; in the National Reserve, formerly of the 18th Middlesex and 1st Warwicks pictured with his six sons who were all serving with the British Army and Navy during the First World War. Far left is Sub-Ltl Valentine Gilbert, Royal Naval Division, left upper portrait; Sub-Lt. Geoffrey Gilbert, Royal Naval Division, Lower portrait Sub-Lt. Robert Evelyn Gilbert, Royal Naval Division. Far right, Lieutenant Commander Archibald Gilbert, Royal Navy, Left upper portrait, Sec-Lt. Guy Gilbert, 6th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, Lower portrait: Sub-Lt. Gilbert Richard Gilbert, Royal Navy. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

HMS Buzzard (a Nymphe-class composite screw sloop) - Royal Navy Training Ship at Featured Print

HMS Buzzard (a Nymphe-class composite screw sloop) - Royal Navy Training Ship at

HMS Buzzard (a Nymphe-class composite screw sloop) - Royal Navy Training Ship at Blackfriars on the Thames in 1906. In 1904 she was converted to a drill ship for the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve at Blackfriars, London, and in 1911 Buzzard relieved HMS President (formerly HMS Gannet of 1878) as headquarters ship, being renamed HMS President on 1 April 1911. Date: 1906

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Marriage or war work, WW1 cartoon by A. Wallis Mills Featured Print

Marriage or war work, WW1 cartoon by A. Wallis Mills

Cartoon by A Wallis Mills in Printer's Pie telling the story of a young woman who refuses an officer's marriage proposal as she means to do her bit for the war by getting involved in war work. However, she finds nursing, the WVR corps, chauffeuring and secretarial work not to her taste and writes back to Jack to tell him she is reconsidering his offer. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans