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Choose from 305 pictures in our Weight 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.


Welsh women road builders, South Wales Featured Print

Welsh women road builders, South Wales

A group of twenty Welsh women road builders in Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales, holding their spades. They built the road to Hook in 1903-4 to facilitate transport to the colliery. They also worked at the colliery itself and gathered 'boughs' which were used as pit props, for which they were paid ninepence per hundredweight "

© Mary Evans / Roger Worsley Archive

American Fat Man - Barney Worth - Freakshow Performer Featured Print

American Fat Man - Barney Worth - Freakshow Performer

American Fat Man - Barney Worth - Remarkable socks and slightly distressingly-short shorts. Titania and Barney Worth were billed as 'The World's Fattest Couple' when going on show at various Freakshows Date: circa 1920s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1920s, 20s, American, Barney, Bizarre, Fat, Fatty, Freak, Huge, Large, Man, Massive, Obese, Obesity, Odd, Overweight, Remarkable, Short, Shorts, Show, Size, Socks, Stange, Style, Thighs, Twenties, Unusual, Weight, Weird, Wide, Worth

Harold Pyott - 'Tiny Tim' the English Midget Featured Print

Harold Pyott - 'Tiny Tim' the English Midget

Harold Pyott (1887-1937) - 'Tiny Tim' the English Midget 'The Living Doll' - aged 43 years old, height 23", weight 24lbs. Twelve inches smaller than the renowned Tom Thumb (Charles Stratton) of P. T. Barnum fame. Britain's smallest ever man. Legend has it that during World War 1 he was called up to the army three times because of his age, but as desperate as they were for new soldiers, the shocked recruiters turned Harold away each time. Pictured alongside his Manager, Clarence (no known surname). Date: 1930

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection