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Choose from 759 pictures in our 1822 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.


Brompton in 1822 by George Scharf Featured Print

Brompton in 1822 by George Scharf

View of Brompton in West London in 1822 with what looks like a market garden on the left, backed by country houses and poplars. On the right appears a sign bearing the words, Bishop's Palace. George Scharf was born in Mainburg, Bavaria in 1788. He earned a living painting miniatures during the Napoleonic Wars and settled in England in 1816 where he set about composing an amazing collection of records in watercolours of all the important and interesting sights of the time Date: 1939

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Harvesting cider apples, Herefordshire, England. Apples for cider are not carefully picked Featured Print

Harvesting cider apples, Herefordshire, England. Apples for cider are not carefully picked

Harvesting cider apples, Herefordshire, England. Apples for cider are not carefully picked, they are knocked off the trees, or allowed to fall, and collected from the ground, then pressed and the juice fermented. From Scenes in England by the Rev. Isaac Taylor, London, 1822. Hand-coloured engraving

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NEWBURN, Newburn is a semi rural village, parish, electoral ward and former urban Featured Print

NEWBURN, Newburn is a semi rural village, parish, electoral ward and former urban

NEWBURN, Newburn is a semi rural village, parish, electoral ward and former urban district in western Tyne and Wear, North East England. Situated on the banks of the River Tyne, it is built rising up the valley from the river. Historically, the town was larger than Newcastle upon Tyne as it was the most eastern fordable point of the River Tyne. The area has Roman remains, and a Norman church dating from 1070 AD. In 1640, the Battle of Newburn took place. The village grew with the Industrial Revolution with the discovery of coal, and in 1822 Spencer's Steelworks was opened, which grew to a size which led the village to be known colloquially as New Sheffield, after the town famed for its steel making prowess. The town's steelworks fell into decline after the First World War. UK

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