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Choose from 4722 pictures in our Industrial collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured Industrial Print

The Home of the Rick-Burner': Cartoon by John Leech from 'Punch', London

The Home of the Rick-Burner': Cartoon by John Leech from 'Punch', London, February 1844, showing the poverty-stricken living conditions of the agricultural labourer. Low wages and fear of unemployment due to introduction of farm machinery forced men to turn to rick burning and machine breaking

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Featured Industrial Print

Eli Whitney (1765-1825) American inventor and manufacturer, born at Westborough, Massachusetts

Eli Whitney (1765-1825) American inventor and manufacturer, born at Westborough, Massachusetts. Credited with the invention of the cotton gin (1793) to separate cotton fibre from seeds and seedpods, dramatically increasing the amount of cotton that could be processed in a day and so revolutionising the American cotton growing industry. Equally important was his introduction of interchangeable parts, an innovation which led to the growth of mass production in the nineteenth century and the production of cheap goods. Engraving

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Featured Industrial Print

Greeting Card from San Francisco. ca. 1938, San Francisco, California, USA, SAN FRANCISCO. Queen City of the West occupies a 42 square mile area of many hills and overlooks the famous Golden Gate and San Francisco Bay, the finest natural harbor in the world. A Metropolitan area of two million people of exceedingly large wealth, culture, commercial and industrial enterprise has grown in this healthful bay region. The superb national advantages and indomitable pioneer spirit have already established it as one of the three Metropolitan centers - the business capital of the world and second port in the U.S

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