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Choose from 74 pictures in our Terrible 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.


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Terrible Teddy waits for the unknown

Terrible Teddy waits for the unknown. Illustration shows President Theodore Roosevelt as a boxer sitting on a stool with his arms resting on the ropes in the near corner of a boxing ring, waiting for a challenger to enter the ring and sit in the vacant chair in the Democratic Corner. Date 1904 June 1. Terrible Teddy waits for the unknown. Illustration shows President Theodore Roosevelt as a boxer sitting on a stool with his arms resting on the ropes in the near corner of a boxing ring, waiting for a challenger to enter the ring and sit in the vacant chair in the Democratic Corner. Date 1904 June 1. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

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Kipling's terrible nightmare

Kipling's terrible nightmare. Illustration shows Rudyard Kipling sitting up in his bed, pulling the covers up for protection, on the nightstand is an inkpot labeled Hatred; he is dreaming of the Anglo-German Alliance which shows Edward VII, King of Great Britain and William II, Emperor of Germany, embracing. Date 1903 January 14. Kipling's terrible nightmare. Illustration shows Rudyard Kipling sitting up in his bed, pulling the covers up for protection, on the nightstand is an inkpot labeled Hatred; he is dreaming of the Anglo-German Alliance which shows Edward VII, King of Great Britain and William II, Emperor of Germany, embracing. Date 1903 January 14. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

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Duchess of Albany with Charles Edward

Princess Helena of Waldeck-Pyrmont, Duchess of Albany with her son, Prince Charles Edward of Albany (1884-1954). 'Charlie' was born posthumously. His father, Prince Leopold, who suffered from haemophilia, had travelled to Cannes in February 1884 to ease joint pain, a common symptom. On 27 March he slipped and fell in the Yacht Club in Cannes, injuring his knee and he died in the early hours of the next morning, apparently from the combined effects of morphine and claret. The news was a terrible shock to all the family, but especially Helen, who gave birth to Charlie on 19 July.

© Charlotte Zeepvat/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library