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Images Dated 19th December 2011

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Choose from 240 pictures in our Images Dated 19th December 2011 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.

Navy Mixture tobacco, 1920 Featured 19 Dec 2011 Print

Navy Mixture tobacco, 1920

Player's Navy Mixture tobacco counter card in the form of a stylised tower or possibly a lighthouse with packs of tobacco at the base (like rocks?). One of the packs is open and a filled pipe rests against another. In the centre of the tower is a reproduction of a black and white engraving of a three-masted sailing ship with pilot or jolly boats either side and to the foreground. On the horizon are more ships. The text reads "PLAYER'S // "NAVY" MIXTURE // "MILD", "MEDIUM" & "WHITE LABEL". On the reverse is a support to allow the card to stand upright and a hanging loop. There is a note which reads "C74"

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England

Thomas Muntzer, c.1600 (hand coloured woodcut) Featured 19 Dec 2011 Print

Thomas Muntzer, c.1600 (hand coloured woodcut)

XPH330361 Thomas Muntzer, c.1600 (hand coloured woodcut) by German School; Private Collection; ( Muentzer or Muenzer (c.1488-1525) was a Reformation-era German theologian and Anabaptist;); out of copyright.
possible copyright restrictions apply, consult national copyright laws

© Private Collection / Bridgeman Images

Anti Lutheran, Book, C16th, C17th, Half Length, Male, Portrait, Reformation

Womens cricket tour, 1935 Featured 19 Dec 2011 Print

Womens cricket tour, 1935

English women cricketers touring Australia in 1935. The bottom right picture shows the England captain, Miss Betty Archdale adjusting her shin pads during practice. Right middle shows Miss Mary Taylor, whirlwind English bowler and bottom left picture depicts Miss Mollie Hide, a stylish English bat turning a ball from Mrs Blade to leg during her innings for 44 in the match against New South Wales at Sydney. Middle picture shows Miss Peggy Antonio who took five English wickets for a total of 24 runs in the first women's International cricket match between England and Victoria, at Melbourne. Date: 1935

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