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Rolls Gallery

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

Choose from 327 pictures in our Rolls 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.

LCC-LFB Dual purpose pump escape at Lambeth HQ Featured Print

LCC-LFB Dual purpose pump escape at Lambeth HQ

A Dennis F7 pump escape at Lambeth HQ, a classic postwar fire engine newly in service in London. It was powered by a 150 bhp 5.7 litre Rolls-Royce engine and served initially at Lambeth Fire Station, and latterly at other fire stations in SE London until it was retired in 1968. The F7 was a truly beautiful looking fire engine with a coach-built body and a fine road performance. Many F7s went into service in fire brigades throughout the UK.

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Silver Cross advertisement Featured Print

Silver Cross advertisement

Advertisement for Silver Cross prams (or baby coaches), featuring an immaculately turned out young 1950s mother wearing an off the shoulder pink dress with pearls, heels and long yellow gloves, pushing a happy looking little baby in the 'world's most exclusive baby coach'. A smiling policeman sees them across a zebra crossing, while a Rolls Royce waits for them to cross.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Hon C. S. Rolls in his 110 H.P. Mors car Featured Print

The Hon C. S. Rolls in his 110 H.P. Mors car

Charles Stewart Rolls (1877-1910) British engineer and aviator in 1906. Henry Royce built his first motor car in 1904 and in May of that year met Charles Rolls, whose company sold quality cars in London. Agreement was reached that Royce Limited would manufacture a range of cars to be exclusively sold by CS Rolls & Co they were to bear the name Rolls-Royce. Pictured seated in his 110 H.P. Mors car with which he beat the world's record at Welbeck on 12 October 1903, travelling at a rate of 83 3/4 miles per hour. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans