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British Army messager pigeon service Featured Related Images Print

British Army messager pigeon service

Taking birds out: to the trenches by despatch-riders to let the pigeons fly for training. Regular going and coming supply service of birds between the pigeon homing lofts at Divisional and other headquarters was part of the ordinary Army routine at the Front, during World War One. Date: 1918

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The OP spectacles Featured Related Images Print

The OP spectacles

The OP spectacles. Satire showing head of Clifford with two circles representing huge spectacles, Old house old prices & no private boxes and Old house old prices & no pigeon holes, over his eyes. Each circle contains a symmetrical view of Covent Garden Theatre seen from the stage. Superimposed on the middle of one circle is a large O and in the other circle a large P. Date 1809 Nov. 17. The OP spectacles. Satire showing head of Clifford with two circles representing huge spectacles, Old house old prices & no private boxes and Old house old prices & no pigeon holes, over his eyes. Each circle contains a symmetrical view of Covent Garden Theatre seen from the stage. Superimposed on the middle of one circle is a large O and in the other circle a large P. Date 1809 Nov. 17

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Girl Guides: Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret send courier Featured Related Images Print

Girl Guides: Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret send courier

Princess Elizabeth, patrol leader in the Buckingham Palace Company, sends a message by courier pigeon to Lady Baden Powell at Guide Headquarters. It was one of the many messages sent by girl guides all over the country on the occasion of "thinking day", which marks the birthday of the late Lord Baden Powell. Founder of the Boy Scouts, and his wife.Princess Margaret holds the pigeon container, while Princess Elizabeth writes the message, at Windsor. Date: 20th February 1943

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