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Steals Gallery

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

Choose from 38 pictures in our Steals 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.


Common Myna - this curious bird boldly steals visitors Featured Print

Common Myna - this curious bird boldly steals visitors

Common Myna - this curious bird boldly steals visitors food (including bread and pure butter) from tables (Acridotheres tristis). Terrace of a 'Bagus Place Retreat', a small resort on Tioman Island, 30 km east off peninsula Malaysia in South China Sea; June.

© Andrey Zvoznikov / ardea.com

Acridotheres, Asia, Asian, Bird, Birds, Boldly, Bread, Butter, Common, Curiosity, Curious, Expressions, Food, Historical, History, Including, Island, Islands, Malaysia, Myna, Mynas, Pure, Single, Steals, Tables, Tristis, Visitors, Wildlife

Barman has a stern word with a disreputable customer Featured Print

Barman has a stern word with a disreputable customer

Barman has a stern word with a disreputable customer who has been stealing pewter beer tankards, which he has been turning into coinage to bring back to spend at the same establishment! "I don't so much mind your sneaking my Pewters (Pewter Pint mugs), but when it comes 'to bringing 'em back in the shape of 'arf crowns (coins) it's a bit too much" !!! Date: 1892

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The Heathen and the Christian - Play Featured Print

The Heathen and the Christian - Play

'The Heathen and the Christian' - promotional postcard for this play - performed at The Grand Theatre Southampton between 1908-1909. Here, we see the cast for this morality tale - the embodiment of 'Love' (centre - a glamorous young innocent), 'Hate' (a combative woman, who looks suspiciously like a gentleman in drag) and 'Revenge' (a Chinaman complete with pigtail and severe expression/pose). Unfortunately the exact story being told is denied to this researcher - any further information gratefully received... Date: circa 1908

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection