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Thing Gallery

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

Choose from 122 pictures in our Thing 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.


Arbitration is the true balance of power. Puck: Don't meddle Featured Print

Arbitration is the true balance of power. Puck: Don't meddle

Arbitration is the true balance of power. Puck: Don't meddle with the hands, gentlemen - this pendulum is the only thing to regulate that clock!. Two men setting hands labor of clock business, as Puck, standing on book Common sense, holds up pendulum arbitration.. Date 1886 March 17. Arbitration is the true balance of power. Puck: Don't meddle with the hands, gentlemen - this pendulum is the only thing to regulate that clock!. Two men setting hands labor of clock business, as Puck, standing on book Common sense, holds up pendulum arbitration.. Date 1886 March 17

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

The Real Thing by Catherine Chisholm Cushing Featured Print

The Real Thing by Catherine Chisholm Cushing

Promotional postcard for The Real Thing by Catherine Chisholm Cushing. First produced at the Apollo Theatre, Atlantic City 24th July and Maxine Elliotts Theatre, New York, 10th August 1911.Although Henrietta Crosman, shown here, was a leading American actress at the turn of the twentieth century, neither she nor the play seems to have crossed the Atlantic Date: 1911

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

One Dam Thing After Another revue by Ronald Jeans Featured Print

One Dam Thing After Another revue by Ronald Jeans

Reverse of a promotional flyer for One Dam Thing After Another revue by Ronald Jeans; lyrics Lorenz Hart; music Richard Rodgers. First produced London Pavilion, 19th May 1927. Shows quotes from The Tatler 15th June 1927; We know by now what to expect from a Cochran show. Quantity and quality, beauty and burlesque, dancing (masses of it), youth, wit taste.. Date: 1927

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library