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Images Dated 2018 June

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Choose from 142 pictures in our Images Dated 2018 June 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.


WW1 - Tug of War between the Allies and the Central Powers Featured June Print

WW1 - Tug of War between the Allies and the Central Powers

WW1 Italian Propaganda Postcard - Tug of War between the leaders of the Allies and the Central Powers. From left: (Central Powers) Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austro-Hungary and Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany - King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy (as the judge) - (Allies) King Albert I of Belgium, King Peter I of Serbia, King George V of the United Kingdom, Emperor Taisho of Japan, President Raymond Poincare of France and Tsar Nicolas II of Russia. Date: circa 1915

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The perils of sitting on a freshly-painted park bench Featured June Print

The perils of sitting on a freshly-painted park bench

A humorous postcard cataloguing in 6 frames, the perils of sitting on a freshly-painted park bench. A masher "the vacant seat and hopes his lady love to greet" - but is then unable to get up to greet the object of his affections as he is stuck fast to the newly-painted slats. Eventually his only mode of escape is abandoning his trousers! Date: 1905

© Grenville Collins Postcard Collection / Tom Gillmor / Mary Evans

Preston Mont, Lawnswood Cemetery, Leeds, Yorkshire Featured June Print

Preston Mont, Lawnswood Cemetery, Leeds, Yorkshire

Preston Mont (Ethel Preston Monument - 1861-1911), Lawnswood Cemetery, Leeds, Yorkshire. Walter Preston was a manufacturing chemist. He married Ethel West in 1882. They had no children. When she died aged 50 in 1911, he erected this elaborate monument to her. It is said that Ethel is standing waiting at the open door to be reunited with her husband and that the door would finally be closed when he joined her. However, Walter Preston married his 22-year-old house keeper Emily Florence Richardson just a year after Ethels demise. The monument caused quite a stir when it was erected. Extra trams were laid on for the thousands of visitors who flocked to see it and a police presence was needed to keep order among the queues. Postcards were also on sale -perhaps this was one of them?? Date: 1911

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection