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Served Gallery

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

Choose from 311 pictures in our Served 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.


Recruiting poster for the 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons Featured Print

Recruiting poster for the 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons

Recruiting poster for the 7th (or The Queen?s Own) Regiment of (Light Dragoons), 1809.The 7th (or The Queen?s Own) Regiment of (Light Dragoons) had served in Sir John Moore?s Spanish campaign of 1808-1809. His army was forced to retreat and was evacuated by sea from Corunna in Jan 1809. The regiment suffered heavy casualties in the campaign and 70 more men were lost when the troopship taking them home was shipwrecked off the Cornish coast. On its return to England the regiment began recruiting to replace the losses. Date: 1809

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

First come, first served Featured Print

First come, first served

First come, first served. Illustration shows a scene in a Chinese restaurant where a man labeled Russia is eating from a bowl of food labeled Manchuria; in the background, a Chinese man tells Emile Loubet labeled France and William II labeled Germany, who are standing outside the door, that whoever comes first, gets served first. Date 1903 May 13. First come, first served. Illustration shows a scene in a Chinese restaurant where a man labeled Russia is eating from a bowl of food labeled Manchuria; in the background, a Chinese man tells Emile Loubet labeled France and William II labeled Germany, who are standing outside the door, that whoever comes first, gets served first. Date 1903 May 13

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

That Evening Star-Shell, by Bruce Bairnsfather Featured Print

That Evening Star-Shell, by Bruce Bairnsfather

Oh, star of eve, whose tender beam Fall on my spirit's troubled dream. Originally an amateur artist, Bairnsfather's cockney humour displayed in his view of the Front (he served in the Royal Warwickshire Regiment until December 1916) was popular. He became well-known through his work for the Tatler and the Bystander during this period

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans