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Images Dated 31st January 2013

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Choose from 135 pictures in our Images Dated 31st January 2013 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.


The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by Featured 31 Jan 2013 Print

The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by

XPH73638 The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91) for a production in Berlin, 1816 (w/c) by Schinkel, Karl Friedrich (1781-1841); Deutsches Theatermuseum, Munich, Germany; German, out of copyright

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Astrofiammante, Austrian, Clouds, Cosmos, Crescent Moon, Star, Starry Sky

Souvenir dish with flags of Great Britain and Japan Featured 31 Jan 2013 Print

Souvenir dish with flags of Great Britain and Japan

A very rare souvenir dish with the engraved flags of Great Britain and Japan, together with the name of KOBE, the Japanese port on Osaka Bay on the island of Honshu. This piece commemorates the alliance between Great Britain and Japan in the 1914-1918 conflict. Commemorative Ware

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

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Portugal, Madeira, Funchal, Monte - Carros de bois Featured 31 Jan 2013 Print

Portugal, Madeira, Funchal, Monte - Carros de bois

Traditionally, the means of travel in Funchal, the capital city of Madeira, did not include wheeled carriages. The uneven cobbled roadways, steep hills and sharp bends, meant that horse drawn carriages and, later, motorised vehicles were regarded as unsuitable. Rather, the locals opted for various other, more original, forms of conveyance. Crude wooden carts, mounted on wooden runners, lubricated with grease and pulled at a sedate pace by oxen were a favourite, as depicted on this postcard. These carros de bois were said to have been introduced to the island by a British Army Officer who required a means of conveying his invalid wife about town. Date: 2013

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Hubertus Kanus