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Choose from 637 pictures in our Advertising 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.


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Player's Please: Female sailor, 1955

Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes large rectangular counter-card featuring a painting of a blonde female sailor in white shirt and navy tie with naval hat to the left behind her head. She is holding a cigarette in her right hand and is smiling. There is an illustration of an open packet of Navy Cut Cigarette Medium in the bottom right corner. Text next to this: "Player's // Please".

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England

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Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes, 1923=24

Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes and Tobacco rectangular counter card featuring an aerial photograph of the Player's factory in Radford. There is a small white label in the top right hand corner which reads "CAT59" and a hand-written note which reads "1925". The text on the card reads "SMOKE // PLAYER'S NAVY CUT // Tobacco & Cigarettes // The above picture is // AN AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH OF PLAYER'S TOBACCO FACTORY, NOTTINGHAM, WHERE MORE THAN 4, 500 PEOPLE ARE EMPLOYED." On the reverse is the remnants of a support. There is a hand-written note which reads "C128" and a label which reads "MARDONS // WINDOW NOVELTIES // EMBOSSED SHOWCARDS / &C, &C // VARNISHERS // GELATINERS & FRAME MAKERS // BRISTOL & LONDON."

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England

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Rainbow over the dishes of the VLA radio telescope

Double rainbow over dishes of the Very Large Array(VLA) radio telescope at Socorro, New Mexico. TheVLA is the world's largest radio telescope array, consisting of 27 dish aerials each 25 metres indiameter which can move to various positions alongthe arms of a Y-shaped railway network. The wholearray effectively forms a giant radio dish 27 kmin diameter. At its shortest observing wavelengthof 1.3 cm, it can resolve details 0.13 arcsecondsin scale - 10 times better than any Earth-basedoptical telescope.

© Doug Johnson/Science Photo Library