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The latest additions to this remarkable collection of postcards, photography and illustration.

Choose from 1,170 pictures in our New Items from the Grenville Collins Collection collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Advert Featured New Items from the Grenville Collins Collection Image

Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Advert

Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Tyre Company (of Hanover, Germany) Advertisement. The pair at the rear of the bicycle appear to be contributing slightly less to the forward momentum as they seem slightly distracted by each other...!! Date: 1901

1900s, 1901, Advert, Advertisement, Advertorial, Bicycle, Bike, Canoodling, Company, Continental, Couple, Cycle, Cycling, Friends, German, Love, Person, Pneumatic, Ride, Rider, Riders, Rides, Riding, Romance, Seat, Tandem, Transport, Transportation, Trio, Tyre

Gravestone in the Graveyard of Winchester Cathedral Featured New Items from the Grenville Collins Collection Image

Gravestone in the Graveyard of Winchester Cathedral

Gravestone of Thomas Thetcher, a Grenadier in the North Regiment of the Hampshire Militia who died of a violent fever contracted by drinking Small Beer when hot on 12th May 1764, aged 26 years - in the Graveyard of Winchester Cathedral. "An honest soldier never is forgot, Whether he die by Musket or by Pot". Date: circa 1906

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford Featured New Items from the Grenville Collins Collection Image

Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford

Injured soldiers - WW1 - No. 1003 Cowley Section - 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford. The importance of light and fresh air in aiding recovery was very prevalent in medical thinking at this time, hence the outdoor booths/bays and wheeled beds enabling the patients to be wheeled out into the sunlight to receive a hearty top-up of Vitamin D. Date: circa 1916