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Drill Collection

Drill (Cercopithecidae) is a species of Old World monkeys found in tropical Africa, and are medium-sized primates, with long arms and legs, and a short tail

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Background imageDrill Collection: Compass Drill, Training Ship Arethusa, Greenhithe, Kent

Compass Drill, Training Ship Arethusa, Greenhithe, Kent
A group of boys aboard the Training Ship Arethusa receiving compass instruction. The ship received boys aged 13-16 from a variety of poor backgrounds, including the workhouse

Background imageDrill Collection: Our ?Little Contemptibles?, 1914

Our ?Little Contemptibles?, 1914.Oil on canvas by William Barns Wollen (1857-1936), 1918 (c); exhibited at the Royal Academy 1918 (No 260).Composed of regular soldiers and reservists

Background imageDrill Collection: Firefighters and hoses, LFB annual review, Lambeth HQ LFB150

Firefighters and hoses, LFB annual review, Lambeth HQ LFB150
London firefighters from East London demonstrating mass jets during the Annual Review display at the Brigades headquarters. Lambeth, SE1

Background imageDrill Collection: Poster for Welsh Guards

Poster for Welsh Guards
Smart men wanted to join the Welsh Guards, pictured here in full uniform during the Changing of the Guard ceremony at St. James Palace

Background imageDrill Collection: Firefighter during hook ladder practice

Firefighter during hook ladder practice

Background imageDrill Collection: Roman infantry practising combat J050053

Roman infantry practising combat J050053
HADRIANs WALL: BIRDOSWALD ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. Reconstruction drawing by Philip Corke of Roman auxiliary infantry practising combat in the Drill Hall. hadrian

Background imageDrill Collection: Miner at Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen, Cornwall

Miner at Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen, Cornwall
Miner at work with a drill underground (below the sea) in Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen, Cornwall, which was just about to cease operation. Date: circa 1986

Background imageDrill Collection: Blacksmiths outside their forge

Blacksmiths outside their forge
A superb photograph of six Blacksmiths and coachbuilders posing for a photograph outside their forge/workshop, each holding the tools of their trade

Background imageDrill Collection: East Pool Mine, Illogan, Cornwall. 1893

East Pool Mine, Illogan, Cornwall. 1893
Under-hand stoping at the 170 level. The miner on the left is using a pick while to his right two pares are boring holes for blasting

Background imageDrill Collection: Oil rigs, artwork

Oil rigs, artwork
Oil rigs, computer artwork

Background imageDrill Collection: Knotting Class, Training Ship Arethusa, Greenhithe, Kent

Knotting Class, Training Ship Arethusa, Greenhithe, Kent
A group of boys aboard the Training Ship Arethusa receiving knotting and splicing instruction. The ship received boys aged 13-16 from a variety of poor backgrounds, including the workhouse

Background imageDrill Collection: Derrick Floor of an oil rig, Iran

Derrick Floor of an oil rig, Iran
Derrick Floor of an oil drilling rig, Iran

Background imageDrill Collection: Golden Driller outside the Convention Center

Golden Driller outside the Convention Center, Tulsa City, Oklahoma, United States of America, North America

Background imageDrill Collection: The Coldstream Guards taking over the Colour

The Coldstream Guards taking over the Colour
circa 1910s

Background imageDrill Collection: Levant Mine, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. 11th (?) July, 1894

Levant Mine, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. 11th (?) July, 1894
Group of 29 miners posed underground at the 278 fathom level. The majority of the miners are wearing felt hats, either with the brim intact or with the brim removed

Background imageDrill Collection: Soldiers Complete Final Rehearsal Ahead of the Queens Birthday Parade

Soldiers Complete Final Rehearsal Ahead of the Queens Birthday Parade
The soldiers line off. Almost fifteen hundred soldiers and officers and 300 military horses, performed precision drill and pageantry to music by the Household Division Bands & Corps of Drums

Background imageDrill Collection: Oil rig Dixilyn Field 97, 110 miles off Lands End, Cornwall

Oil rig Dixilyn Field 97, 110 miles off Lands End, Cornwall, with a supply boat in the foreground. DF97 was formally known as the Venture 2

Background imageDrill Collection: Wheal Grenville Mine, Camborne, Cornwall. 24th February 1910

Wheal Grenville Mine, Camborne, Cornwall. 24th February 1910
Miners using a Holmans rock drill and sprayer at the 290 fathom level near Goolds shaft. Central figure identified as William Thomas, who died aged 38. Photographer: John Charles Burrow

Background imageDrill Collection: LCC-LFB Recruit fireman training at Brigade HQ, SE1

LCC-LFB Recruit fireman training at Brigade HQ, SE1
During the 1950s recruit firefighters were trained at the Brigade Headquarters, Lambeth. Here a fireman is undertaking a hook ladder drill on the stations nine-storey drill tower

Background imageDrill Collection: GLC-London Fire Brigade, Clerkenwell fire station

GLC-London Fire Brigade, Clerkenwell fire station
Originally built in 1870, Clerkenwell fire station underwent a major rebuild in 1916 and two additional fire engine bays were added

Background imageDrill Collection: Bedford Heavy Unit in the NFS (London Region)

Bedford Heavy Unit in the NFS (London Region)
About 1000 of the pumps were built on a Bedford chassis and most were capable of pumping water at 700 gallons per minute. Here a heavy unit and crew are undertaking hose drills at Lambeth

Background imageDrill Collection: New Cooks Kitchen, Illogan, Cornwall. Early 1900s

New Cooks Kitchen, Illogan, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Chappels (engine) shaft at the 406 level. This shows a typical Cornish kibble, with curved sides to prevent snagging, which has been hoisted from below by an air winch

Background imageDrill Collection: LCC-LFB Fire display at Brigade HQ Southwark

LCC-LFB Fire display at Brigade HQ Southwark
The London Fire Brigade encouraged, for very many years, a good public image by opening its doors to the public to special fire brigade displays

Background imageDrill Collection: LCC-LFB Recruit firefighters training at Brigade HQ SE1

LCC-LFB Recruit firefighters training at Brigade HQ SE1
During the 1950s recruit firefighters were trained at the Brigade Headquarters in Lambeth. Here they are undertaking hook ladder drills on the stations nine-storey drill tower

Background imageDrill Collection: Trepanation, 14th century artwork

Trepanation, 14th century artwork
Trepanation. 14th century artwork of a doctor using a hammer and scalpel to perform a surgical operation known as trepanation

Background imageDrill Collection: Dolcoath Mine, Camborne, Cornwall. March 1904

Dolcoath Mine, Camborne, Cornwall. March 1904
Drilling at the 375 level. Photographer: John Charles Burrow

Background imageDrill Collection: USA, TEXAS, Midland: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum Oil Derrick / Dusk

USA, TEXAS, Midland: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum Oil Derrick / Dusk

Background imageDrill Collection: LCC-LFB enclosed pump at Lambeth fire station

LCC-LFB enclosed pump at Lambeth fire station
Pictured at Brigade Headquarters, Lambeth SE1, an example of an 1930 enclosed London pump with carried breathing apparatus

Background imageDrill Collection: LCC-LFB Leyland Metz 100 foot turntable ladder

LCC-LFB Leyland Metz 100 foot turntable ladder
Lambeths (D61) turntable ladder at its base station, displayed in the Brigade headquarters drill yard. The hose line, when the TL is used as a water tower

Background imageDrill Collection: LCC-LFB AFS Green Goddess pump, Lambeth HQ

LCC-LFB AFS Green Goddess pump, Lambeth HQ
A typical AFS (government design) Green Goddess pump, at drill in the yard of Brigade Headquarters station, Lambeth. Created prior to the outbreak of WW2

Background imageDrill Collection: Detachment of The Black Watch in Dundee, Scotland

Detachment of The Black Watch in Dundee, Scotland
Threatening encounters between rioters and the police in Dundee, Scotland, brought a large detachment of The Black Watch to the city

Background imageDrill Collection: Oil drilling rig, North Sea

Oil drilling rig, North Sea
Oil drilling rig. Byford Dolphin semi-submersible oil rig moored in the Cromarty Firth at the town of Invergordon, Scotland

Background imageDrill Collection: Jackup oil drilling rig, North Sea

Jackup oil drilling rig, North Sea
Jackup oil drilling rig. Ensco 80 oil rig being towed up the Cromarty Firth passing the town of Invergordon. Photographed in the North Sea, Scotland

Background imageDrill Collection: Oil well, 19th century

Oil well, 19th century
Oil well. Crude oil erupting from a wellhead in a 19th-century oil field. The wellhead is the structure used to contain and pump oil as it reaches the surface from deep underground, often, as here

Background imageDrill Collection: Oil Well at Chillingar

Oil Well at Chillingar, Iran. One of Irans largest oil fields, Chilingar was named after George V. Chilingar, one of the best-known petroleum geologists in the world

Background imageDrill Collection: Air Raid Drills at the Windmill Theatre

Air Raid Drills at the Windmill Theatre
At the Windmill Theatre, London, the showgirls are given a crash course in fire-fighting and first aid. 1940

Background imageDrill Collection: Female workers at Rip Bits factory, Sheffield during Second World War, 1941

Female workers at Rip Bits factory, Sheffield during Second World War, 1941
Rip Bits were based at Hill Street and made drill bits.Includes Ethel May (Rose) Fletcher

Background imageDrill Collection: A gusher coming in at the Spindletop oil pool, near Beaumont, Texas, c1906

A gusher coming in at the Spindletop oil pool, near Beaumont, Texas, c1906
SPINDLETOP OIL POOL, c1906. A gusher coming in at the Spindletop oil pool, near Beaumont, Texas, c1906

Background imageDrill Collection: Childrens Exercise Drill at Cleevedon Toddlers Home, South

Childrens Exercise Drill at Cleevedon Toddlers Home, South
Staff take young children through an exercise drill at the Cleevedon Toddlers Home, South Norwood, run by the Reformatory and Rescue Union (later known as the Childrens Aid Society)

Background imageDrill Collection: Wheelwrights making cart wheels

Wheelwrights making cart wheels
Wheelwrights or wainwrights making large wooden wheels in a traditional rural workshop. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageDrill Collection: Platform and drilling rigs, Morecambe Bay gas field, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Platform and drilling rigs, Morecambe Bay gas field, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageDrill Collection: CONFEDERATE CAMP, 1861. Confederate troops from Mississippi practicing with the Bowie knife in camp

CONFEDERATE CAMP, 1861. Confederate troops from Mississippi practicing with the Bowie knife in camp. Wood engraving from a Northern American newspaper of 1861

Background imageDrill Collection: TOOL ADVERTISEMENT, 1895. From the Montgomery Ward & Co. catalogue of 1895

TOOL ADVERTISEMENT, 1895. From the Montgomery Ward & Co. catalogue of 1895

Background imageDrill Collection: Glasgow Fire Drill Competition, Scotland

Glasgow Fire Drill Competition, Scotland
The Springburn team of firemen participating in a fire drill competition in Glasgow, Scotland. circa 1911

Background imageDrill Collection: Drilling rigs - Churchyard - Kilgore, Texas, USA

Drilling rigs - Churchyard - Kilgore, Texas, USA
" Oil be Damned!" Kilgore, Texas - drilling oilwells in a churchyard! Date: circa 1940

Background imageDrill Collection: Off-shore oil rig

Off-shore oil rig
Off-shore oil production. A large off-shore oil production rig in calm waters. The main parts of the rig are the drilling tower (left), the supporting legs, and the accomodation block (right)

Background imageDrill Collection: Oil drilling rig at night, North Sea

Oil drilling rig at night, North Sea
Oil drilling rig at night. Byford Dolphin semi-submersible oil rig moored in the Cromarty Firth at the town of Invergordon, Scotland

Background imageDrill Collection: Oil drilling rig, North Sea

Oil drilling rig, North Sea
Oil drilling rig. Byford Dolphin semi-submersible oil rig moored in the Cromarty Firth at the town of Invergordon, Scotland



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Drill Collection

Drill (Cercopithecidae) is a species of Old World monkeys found in tropical Africa, and are medium-sized primates, with long arms and legs, and a short tail. Drills have grayish-brown fur on their backs and white fur on their bellies. Their faces are black with white patches around the eyes and mouth. Drills live in groups of up to 30 individuals, which consist of one dominant male, several females, and their young offspring. They feed mainly on fruits but also eat insects, leaves, flowers, bark and roots. Drills spend most of the day foraging for food in trees or on the ground, and are diurnal animals that sleep at night in nests made from branches high up in trees or bushes. Drills communicate through vocalizations such as barks or screams to warn each other about predators or to express emotions such as fear or aggression towards other members of their group.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Drill collection from Media Storehouse features a variety of high-quality prints and products showcasing the Cercopithecidae mammal species. Our collection includes wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles, and greeting cards that feature stunning images of these fascinating animals. Drills are a type of primate found in central and western Africa. They have distinctive faces with large noses and powerful jaws used for cracking tough nuts. The Drill collection captures the beauty and uniqueness of these creatures through vivid imagery that showcases their natural habitat and behavior. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office space or searching for a unique gift idea for an animal lover, the Drill collection has something to offer. With its wide range of products available in various sizes and formats, our collection is sure to impress anyone who appreciates the wonders of nature.
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What are Drill (Cercopithecidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

Drill art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring the drill monkey, a species of primate found in West and Central Africa. These prints showcase the beauty and uniqueness of this endangered animal, which is known for its distinctive facial markings and long snout. The artwork captures the essence of these fascinating creatures, depicting them in their natural habitats or engaging in various activities. These art prints are perfect for anyone who loves wildlife or wants to add a touch of nature to their home or office decor. They come in a variety of sizes and can be framed or displayed on their own. Whether you're an animal lover, an art collector, or simply looking for a beautiful piece to adorn your walls, Drill art prints offer something special that will enhance any space with their unique charm and character.
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What Drill (Cercopithecidae Mammals Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Drill art prints that are perfect for animal lovers and collectors alike. These prints showcase the beauty, grace, and unique features of these fascinating creatures in stunning detail. Whether you're looking for black and white photographs or colorful illustrations, we have something to suit every taste. Some popular options include close-up portraits of drills showcasing their expressive faces and intricate fur patterns, as well as action shots capturing them in motion. These high-quality prints are available in a variety of sizes and formats, including canvas prints, framed prints, and posters. They make great additions to any home or office decor scheme or can be given as thoughtful gifts to friends and family who appreciate wildlife photography. If you're looking for beautiful Drill art prints that capture the essence of these incredible animals, Media Storehouse is the perfect place to start your search.
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How do I buy Drill (Cercopithecidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

To buy Drill art prints, you can visit our online gallery. The website offers a wide selection of high-quality prints featuring these fascinating animals in various poses and settings. You can browse through the collection to find the perfect piece that suits your taste and style. Once you have found the artwork you want to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be prompted to provide your shipping details and payment information. Media Storehouse uses only the highest quality materials for their prints, ensuring that they are long-lasting and vibrant. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or office or a unique gift for someone special, our collection of Drill art prints is sure to impress.
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How much do Drill (Cercopithecidae Mammals Animals) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Drill art prints that are available at varying prices. The cost of these prints depends on several factors such as the size, quality, and type of print you choose. Our collection includes high-quality art prints that are perfect for adding a touch of nature to your home or office decor. We have different types of Drill art prints including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. Each type comes with its unique features and price points to suit your preferences and budget. Our goal is to provide our customers with affordable yet high-quality artwork that they can enjoy for years to come. We take pride in offering an extensive collection of wildlife art from some of the world's most talented photographers and artists. So whether you're looking for a small print or a large one, we've got you covered.
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How will my Drill (Cercopithecidae Mammals Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Drill art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. We take great care in packaging your order to ensure that it arrives at your doorstep in pristine condition. Your prints will be carefully rolled up and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube, which is then sealed with tape to prevent any damage during transit. We use trusted shipping partners who are experienced in handling delicate items like artwork, so you can rest assured that your order is in good hands. Once your package has been dispatched, we'll send you an email notification with tracking information so that you can keep track of its progress. At Media Storehouse, we're committed to providing our customers with the highest level of service possible. If you have any questions or concerns about your order, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us and we'll do everything we can to help.