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Suitcases Gallery

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Choose from 71 pictures in our Suitcases 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.


Our Boys Clothing Company, trunks/suitcases Featured Print

Our Boys Clothing Company, trunks/suitcases

Our Boys Clothing Company trunks and suitcases. Features Folding Portmanteau (fig.7024), The Railway Portmanteau (fig.7025), Cowhide Gladstone Bag (figs. 7026, 7027 & 7028), Crocodile Grained Hide (fig. 7029), Cowhide Dress Suit Bag (fig. 7030), The Brighton Dress Suit Bag (fig. 7031) Date: c.1895

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Luggage on Wheels Featured Print

Luggage on Wheels

'The Latest Tip - But Not For the Porter!' 'Luggage on Wheels' 'Startling result of the appeal of the Railway Companies to the public to give as little trouble as possible to their under-manned staffs' A prescient cartoon by Douglas Mackenzie in The Bystander, showing suitcases with wheels long before the modern day rolling suitcases (invented in the 1970s) became popular. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Scotland, Glenfarg (near Perth) - The Bein Inn Featured Print

Scotland, Glenfarg (near Perth) - The Bein Inn

Scotland, Glenfarg (near Perth) - The single-storey 'Bein Inn', detailing it was 'worked on the Gothenburg System'. The Gothenburg or Trust Public House movement originated as an attempt to control the consumption of alcohol in the Swedish city of Gothenburg in the early 19th century. The Gothenburg system quickly spread and in Scotland, was adopted mainly in the mining communities of Fife and the Lothians. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection