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Exeter Gallery

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Choose from 379 pictures in our Exeter collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Poster, Jersey Airways Featured Print

Poster, Jersey Airways

Poster, I'm going by Jersey Airways, showing monkeys, a pig and a puppy rejecting alternative means of transport. Lawson Wood produced an number of posters for Jersey Airways which from its formation in December 1933 proved to be popular with air travellers. One of the airlines six four-engined De Havilland 86s can be seen in the background.
circa 1937

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Sir Richard Aclands Gift to the Nation Starts a Controversy Featured Print

Sir Richard Aclands Gift to the Nation Starts a Controversy

The MP Sir Richard Acland handed over to the National Trust the 16, 000 acres of beautiful West Country property which comprise his Killerton Estate and his Holnicote Estate. Sir Richard's gift to the nation was followed by a letter to The Times by Lord Herbert, suggesting that the gift was an attempt by the donor to rid himself of the burden of his estate. The National Trust and Sir Richard himself, rebuked this claim, highlighting the fact that he would actually have made up to half a million pounds profit from his estate in one year alone

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Exeter Change by Charles Robinson Featured Print

Exeter Change by Charles Robinson

A visit to the menagerie at Exeter Change, one of the many picturesque buildings in the Strand destroyed by road widening in 1830. Built on the site of St. Clement Dane's rectory by William Cecil, Lord Burleigh, in 1600, it was originally called Exeter House. Nash, the architect, planned to replace it by a similar bazaar, but instead the Lower Arcade between Adelaide Street and the Strand was constructed. Coutts Bank now stands approximately on the site depicted here. Date: 1951

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