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Hall Scale Collection

Hall Scale is a species of insect that is found in the United States and Canada

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Background imageHall Scale Collection: Opera house Sydney

Opera house Sydney
Alida van Zaane

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378

Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378
Lascaux II replica of a Lascaux cave painting. These are deer and auroch figures in the Great Hall of the Bulls. The original Lascaux cave was closed to the public in 1963

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Plan of part of the Town of Sheffield shewing the existing markets

Plan of part of the Town of Sheffield shewing the existing markets, the property of His Grace the Duke of Norfolk
Scale: 400 yards to 6.3 inches.Surveyors: J G Weightman and M E Hadfield.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library:s 16 L

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Due process of law

Due process of law. Illustration shows Justice, wearing a crown labeled Law and carrying a sword and scales, riding on the back of a snail

Background imageHall Scale Collection: A correct plan of the town of Sheffield by William Fairbank, 1771

A correct plan of the town of Sheffield by William Fairbank, 1771
Scale 440 yards : 3.3 inches. Shows the Bull Stake, slaughterhouses, Town Mill, Irish Cross. Original at Local Studies y09647

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Proposed mode of laying out for building purposes the Sharrow

Proposed mode of laying out for building purposes the Sharrow and Kenwood Park Estates near Sheffield belonging to
By Parkin and Bacon.Includes the proposed Kenwood Road and the proposed Montgomery Road. Also shown is the toll bar on the road from Bakewell [Ecclesall Road].Scale 4 chains

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Calder Hall Power Stn

Calder Hall Power Stn
Calder Hall Nuclear Power Station, Cumbria, England, Britains first, it opened in 1956. The first in the world to produce electricity on a commercial scale. Closed 2003

Background imageHall Scale Collection: The most famous buildings of the world 1885

The most famous buildings of the world 1885
Comparative heights of famous buildings in 1885, including 1. Porcelain Tower, Nankin China. 2. St. Georges Hall Liverpool. 3. Tomb of Thedoric, Ravenna. 4. Chichester Cathedral. 5

Background imageHall Scale Collection: South Yorkshire Asylum - also referred to as Wadsley Asylum later Middlewood Hospital - plan of

South Yorkshire Asylum - also referred to as Wadsley Asylum later Middlewood Hospital - plan of estate
Shows hospital buildings, including female and male wings, administrative block, nurses residence, laundry house and dining hall, as well as Airing courts, Drying Green, boiler buildings

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Plan of Waingate / markets area, Sheffield, 1901

Plan of Waingate / markets area, Sheffield, 1901
Full title: Plan of Proposed New Street - Waingate to Blonk Street and Furnival Road; Widening of Exchange Street; Alteration of Banks of River Sheaf; and Acquisition of Lands for Markets

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Ordnance Survey map: Totley, 1876

Ordnance Survey map: Totley, 1876
Scale: 25 inches to 1 mile.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Derbyshire sheet XI.15.Includes: Old Hay Brook, Grove House, Crown Inn, Hillfoot, Totley Bents, Cricket Inn, recreation ground

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Shanghai Urban Planning and Expo 2010 Exhibition Hall, Shanghai, China, Asia

Shanghai Urban Planning and Expo 2010 Exhibition Hall, Shanghai, China, Asia

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Scale plan of the Shanghai of the future, Shanghai Urban Planning and Expo 2010 Exhibition Hall

Scale plan of the Shanghai of the future, Shanghai Urban Planning and Expo 2010 Exhibition Hall, Shanghai, China, Asia

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Morning mood at the museum harbor, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Morning mood at the museum harbor, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Morning mood at the museum harbor, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Morning mood at the museum harbor, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Museum harbor with a view of the town hall, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Museum harbor with a view of the town hall, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Museum harbor with a view of the town hall, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Museum harbor with a view of the town hall, Leer, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany

Background imageHall Scale Collection: 8934485

8934485

Background imageHall Scale Collection: The Chinese Giant, Chang, with his wife and attendant dwarf, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The Chinese Giant, Chang, with his wife and attendant dwarf, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Chinese Giant, Chang, with his wife and attendant dwarf, 1865. Engraving from a photograph by the London Stereoscopic Company, of...a young gentleman named Chang-Woo-Gow

Background imageHall Scale Collection: New County Hall, Stafford, England

New County Hall, Stafford, England
2909860 New County Hall, Stafford, England; (add.info.: New County Hall, Stafford, England. Proposed facade. Elevation. 1794); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Libra, c.1825 (card, paper, tissue )

Libra, c.1825 (card, paper, tissue )
7340888 Libra, c.1825 (card, paper, tissue ) by Hall, Sydney (fl.1826); 20.3x14 cm; National Maritime Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Creator: Sidney Hall Plate 22)

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Antiparos cave, Greece, 18th century (Antiparos cave, Greece, 18th century)

Antiparos cave, Greece, 18th century (Antiparos cave, Greece, 18th century)
FLO4576706 Antiparos cave, Greece, 18th century (Antiparos cave, Greece, 18th century, tourists with torches at the entrance of the cave and after a descent in rope and ladder)

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Independence of the United States of America: English settlers detaching the coat of arms of

Independence of the United States of America: English settlers detaching the coat of arms of the King of England
NWI4838801 Independence of the United States of America: English settlers detaching the coat of arms of the King of England from Independence Hall in Philadelphia on July 8

Background imageHall Scale Collection: France, Centre, Indre-et-Loire (37), Tours: Les Halles, Place Gaston Pailhou and Rue du Commerce

France, Centre, Indre-et-Loire (37), Tours: Les Halles, Place Gaston Pailhou and Rue du Commerce, 1917
LUX4798463 France, Centre, Indre-et-Loire (37), Tours: Les Halles, Place Gaston Pailhou and Rue du Commerce, 1917; (add.info.: France, Centre, Indre-et-Loire (37), Tours: Les Halles

Background imageHall Scale Collection: John Cowboy McCormack, Scottish boxer from Glasgow

John Cowboy McCormack, Scottish boxer from Glasgow, a bronze medal in the light-middleweight division for Great Britain at the 1956 Olympic Games (Melbourne, Australia), and British

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Map of Woodthorpe Hall Farm [Holmesfield] in the parish of Dronfield, County of Derby, 1736

Map of Woodthorpe Hall Farm [Holmesfield] in the parish of Dronfield, County of Derby, 1736
Full title: map of Woodthorpe Hall Farm [Holmesfield] in the parish of Dronfield and Hundred of Scarsdale and County of Derby, in the occupation of J. Greaves, Robert Newton proprietor

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Marlborough College Memorial Hall, Side Elevation of Pavilions, Half Inch Scale Drawing (litho)

Marlborough College Memorial Hall, Side Elevation of Pavilions, Half Inch Scale Drawing (litho)
8632651 Marlborough College Memorial Hall, Side Elevation of Pavilions, Half Inch Scale Drawing (litho) by English School

Background imageHall Scale Collection: The Loan Collection, South-Kensington: Samson slaying a Philistine, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Loan Collection, South-Kensington: Samson slaying a Philistine, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Loan Collection, South-Kensington, 1862. Bronze group of Samson slaying a Philistine; inscribed on the base "Adrianus Fries Hagiensis Batvvs f

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Demolition of Lyon's Inn, Strand, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Demolition of Lyon's Inn, Strand, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Demolition of Lyon's Inn, Strand, [London], 1862. A piece of old London - a long-neglected, out-of-the-way nook and corner - has disappeared

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Leading lights

Leading lights
Rana Jabeen

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Bivouac of the Volunteers at the close of the Review, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Bivouac of the Volunteers at the close of the Review, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Bivouac of the Volunteers at the close of the Review, 1860. Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park. The hospitality of the Earl of Derby...was on a scale of princely munificence;

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Fountain to be erected in front of Holyrood Palace, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Fountain to be erected in front of Holyrood Palace, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Fountain to be erected in front of Holyrood Palace, [in Edinburgh], 1858. The improvements which have been made in the neighbourhood of Holyrood by the late First Commissioner have been on rather an

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Sketch for the town hall of the 12th arrondissement, Paris : Liberty... c.1879

Sketch for the town hall of the 12th arrondissement, Paris : Liberty... c.1879
Sketch for the town hall of the 12th arrondissement, Paris : Liberty victorious submits to the law, c.1879. (Esquise pour la mairie du 12eme : La Liberte victorieuse se soumet a la loi)

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Copernicus, 1867. Creator: James Nasmyth

Copernicus, 1867. Creator: James Nasmyth
Copernicus, 1867

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Hall of Art

Hall of Art
Holger Droste

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Plan of part of Broom Hall Lane, Sheffield, 1830

Plan of part of Broom Hall Lane, Sheffield, 1830
Signed by T.B. Holy and A. Lawson. Scale 1 inch : 10 yards. Dimensions of approx. 98 x 39 cm. Shows Broom Lodge, Hanover Road, Clarence Street, Headford Street

Background imageHall Scale Collection: The Wonders of the World

The Wonders of the World - some of the principal architectural gems of the world in 1913, including the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, The Washington Monument

Background imageHall Scale Collection: York YO19 6 Map

York YO19 6 Map
Postcode Sector Map of York YO19 6

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Redcar & Cleveland TS13 4 Map

Redcar & Cleveland TS13 4 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Redcar & Cleveland TS13 4

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Fylde PR4 3 Map

Fylde PR4 3 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Fylde PR4 3

Background imageHall Scale Collection: The Nile, 1752, (1928). Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

The Nile, 1752, (1928). Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
The Nile, 1752, (1928). River-god resting, chalk on paper. Study for the Africa section, frescoes of the staircase-hall in the Wü rzburg Residence, Germany. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Irmin

Irmin
3782208 Irmin; (add.info.: Irmin (captioned here as Hermensul or Irminsul), the Germanic god, reproduced from the 1656 woodcut in Herman Stangefol's Annales Circuli Westphaliae'

Background imageHall Scale Collection: 13877460

13877460

Background imageHall Scale Collection: 13834165

13834165

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Calder Hall Atomic Power Station, Cumbria

Calder Hall Atomic Power Station, Cumbria, the first power station in the world to generate electricity on an industrial scale from nuclear energy, which opened in 1956

Background imageHall Scale Collection: President Lincoln, writing the Proclamation of Freedom, January 1st, 1863, pub. 1864 (colour litho)

President Lincoln, writing the Proclamation of Freedom, January 1st, 1863, pub. 1864 (colour litho)
2646221 President Lincoln, writing the Proclamation of Freedom, January 1st, 1863, pub. 1864 (colour litho) by Blythe, David Gilmour (1815-65); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Constantin le plus Grand Geant du Monde, 1890 (lithography)

Constantin le plus Grand Geant du Monde, 1890 (lithography)
398366 Constantin le plus Grand Geant du Monde, 1890 (lithography) by Unknown Artist, (19th century); JMK Archiv, Bremen, Germany; (add.info.: Poster for an appearance by giant Constantin)

Background imageHall Scale Collection: Smooth Trunkfish (Lactophrys triqueter), with hard protective shell of fused scale secreting

Smooth Trunkfish (Lactophrys triqueter), with hard protective shell of fused scale secreting toxins, Dominica, Eastern Caribbean



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Hall Scale Collection

Hall Scale is a species of insect that is found in the United States and Canada. These insects are small, oval-shaped, and have a white or yellowish coloration. They feed on various plants, including trees, shrubs, grasses, and vegetables, and are considered to be pests because they can cause damage to crops by sucking out their sap. Hall Scale has two generations per year; the first generation occurs in late spring or early summer and the second generation occurs in late summer or early fall. Control measures for Hall Scale include cultural practices such as pruning affected branches and using insecticides when necessary. Proper identification of this species is important for successful control efforts as other insects may be mistaken for Hall Scale if not properly identified.
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The Hall Scale collection, available on Media Storehouse, features stunning images of Hemiptera insects. This group of animals includes true bugs, cicadas, and aphids among others. Our collection offers a variety of wall art options such as framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards. Each image in the Hall Scale collection showcases the intricate details and unique characteristics of these fascinating creatures. From close-up shots highlighting their vibrant colors to macro photography capturing their delicate wingspan or exoskeleton texture - each piece is a work of art that will add interest to any space. Whether you're an insect enthusiast or simply appreciate beautiful imagery from nature, the Hall Scale collection has something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials like fine art paper or canvas fabric - these pieces are sure to impress anyone who sees them hanging on your walls.
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What are Hall Scale (Hemiptera Insects Animals) art prints?

Hall Scale art prints are a collection of high-quality images featuring Hemiptera insects, which belong to the order Hemiptera. These insects are commonly known as true bugs and include species such as cicadas, aphids, and stink bugs. The Hall Scale prints showcase the intricate details of these fascinating creatures in stunning detail, capturing their unique colors and patterns. These art prints are perfect for anyone with an interest in entomology or nature photography. They can be used to decorate homes, offices, or educational institutions such as museums or schools. The Hall Scale collection offers a wide range of options to choose from, including framed prints and canvas wraps. The Media Storehouse is proud to offer these beautiful artworks that celebrate the beauty and diversity of nature. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your living room or a unique gift for someone special, the Hall Scale collection has something for everyone who appreciates the wonders of our natural world.
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What Hall Scale (Hemiptera Insects Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Hall Scale art prints for purchase. These prints are available in various sizes and formats, including canvas, framed, and unframed options. The collection includes stunning photographs of different species of Hemiptera insects captured in their natural habitats. You can choose from a variety of images showcasing the intricate details and vibrant colors of these fascinating creatures. From close-up shots highlighting the texture on their wings to panoramic views capturing them in flight or perched on leaves, there is something for everyone. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office space with unique artwork or searching for a gift for an insect enthusiast, we have got you covered. With its vast selection of high-quality Hall Scale art prints, you're sure to find the perfect piece that suits your style and budget.
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How do I buy Hall Scale (Hemiptera Insects Animals) art prints?

To buy Hall Scale art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork featuring this subject matter. Once you have found a print that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing the purchase. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their prints, so be sure to select the one that best fits your needs. We also offer a range of paper types, from standard matte paper to high-quality archival paper. If you have any questions about the ordering process or need assistance selecting a print, our customer service team is available to help via phone or email. With their vast selection of artwork and easy-to-use website, buying Hall Scale art prints has never been easier.
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How much do Hall Scale (Hemiptera Insects Animals) art prints cost?

Hall Scale art prints are available for purchase at Media Storehouse. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print selected. You can choose from a range of sizes, including small, medium, large and extra-large. Additionally, they have the option to select between paper or canvas prints. The price of Hall Scale art prints is reasonable and affordable for customers who want to add unique artwork to their homes or offices. These prints are perfect for insect enthusiasts or those who appreciate intricate details in nature. We offer high-quality printing services that ensure the colors and details in each print are vibrant and accurate. You can trust that they will receive a beautiful piece of artwork that will last for years to come. The cost of Hall Scale art prints is competitive with other similar products on the market while providing excellent value for money.
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How will my Hall Scale (Hemiptera Insects Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Hall Scale art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials that ensure your prints arrive in perfect condition. Your art prints will be carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted shipping partners who provide reliable delivery services worldwide. Once your order is dispatched, you will receive an email confirmation along with a tracking number so you can monitor the progress of your shipment. Our team takes pride in providing excellent customer service, and we are always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about the delivery of your Hall Scale art prints. We strive to make sure that every aspect of our service meets or exceeds your expectations, from ordering to delivery.