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

Choose from 61 pictures in our Tame 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.

Sealyham Riding a Sheep Featured Print

Sealyham Riding a Sheep

Jimmie, a tame sheep belonging to Mr V. Payne, a garage proprietor of West Malling, Kent, takes its Sealyham doggy friend for piggy backs'! Date: 19 February 1937

© Mary Evans Picture Library

19, 1930s, 1937, Backs, Belonging, Comical, Doggy, February, Friend, Funny, Garage, Jimmie, Kent, Malling, Mr, Payne, Piggy, Proprietor, Riding, Sealyham, Sheep, Takes, Tame, West

Monkey mascot steals enemy flag, WW1 Featured Print

Monkey mascot steals enemy flag, WW1

The exploits of Bebe, the pet monkey of an Italian officer who brought back the Austrian flag from the enemy trenches, snatching it and escaping a hail of bullets before presenting it on her triumphant return where she was welcomed with a ringing cheer. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1917, 1st, Animal, Animals, Austrian, Bebe, Cheeky, Enemy, Escaping, Exploits, Flag, Flags, Great, Heroine, Historical, History, Humour, Italian, Italians, Mascot, Mascots, Matania, Mischievous, Monkey, Monkeys, Officer, Pet, Pets, Return, Soldiers, Stealing, Steals, Tame, Trenches, War, World, Ww1, Wwi

Lieutenant Rimington - breaker & teacher of Army horses, WW1 Featured Print

Lieutenant Rimington - breaker & teacher of Army horses, WW1

Lt. Mike Rimington, late of the 37th Lancers, seen breaking unruly and vicious horses for the British Army at the Underdale Hall Remount Department near Shrewsbury in 1916. Rimington took on cases of the most unmanageable horses with great success. The horses pictured here include, from top left clockwise, Savage Simon whose report from the War Office had described him as Vicious and quite unmanageable. Has injured six men, some badly. Savaged the rough rider and tore the saddle to pieces. (Rimington is seen with his dog mascot, Tiger). Top right photo shows Rimington demonstrating how he teaches a horse not to strike a man with Bucking Belle who was previously, vicious in stable to handle; kicks when approaching; bucks viciously when mounting'. Bottom right shows him standing on Winston Churchill who was labeled as quite unmanageable; very wild in stable; dangerous rearer", middle pic shows him sitting on an obedient looking Cunning Cuss who was, extremely nervous to approach in stall; fed from other stall; rears up and strikes if ou attempt to bridle him; refuses and bucks when leaving stable; proved vicious on several occasions". Another horse tamed by Rimington, Crippen, had previously struck out and killed a groom. Rimington was the nephew of General Rimington of Rimington Guides fame and went through the Boer War in which he was seriously injured. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans