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Choose from 340 pictures in our Broad 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.


A Kick At The Broad Bottoms! I.e. Emancipation Of All The Talents Featured Print

A Kick At The Broad Bottoms! I.e. Emancipation Of All The Talents

A Kick At The Broad Bottoms! I.e. Emancipation Of All The Talents, Gillray, James, 1756-1815, Engraver, [london], 1807, King George Iii, His Face Hidden By A Pillar, Grabs The Pigtail Of Lord Grenville, And Holds His Scepter As If Ready To Strike Grenville. Members Of The Government, Including Howick, Holding A Torn Copy Of The Catholic Bill, Ellenborough, Buckingham, Temple, Windham, Moira, Sidmouth And Sheridan, Rush From The Room, Falling On Each Other In The Process. Petty And Erskine Are Sprawled On The Floor. The King Stands In Front Of His Throne Next To Which Is A Bible And A Crown.

© Universal History Archive

Hubert Broad, left, and his mechanic, Sid Weedon, along? Featured Print

Hubert Broad, left, and his mechanic, Sid Weedon, along?

Hubert Broad, left, and his mechanic, Sid Weedon, alongside the de Havilland Super Coup Moth, G-AAHR, in which they covered the 1929 La Coupe Zenith Challenge Trophy circuit of 1,044 miles around France at an average speed, including compulsory stops, of 113mph. Date: 1929

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans Picture Library

044, 1929, Alongside, Broad, Challenge, Circuit, Coup, Coup, Coup, Coupe, Covered, De, G Aahr, Havilland, Hubert, La, Left, Mechanic, Miles, Moth, Sid, Super, Trophy, Weedon, Zenith

Printed cotton handkerchief, ?The New Broad Sword Exercise? Featured Print

Printed cotton handkerchief, ?The New Broad Sword Exercise?

Printed cotton handkerchief, ?The New Broad Sword Exercise?, published by William Hanson and Sons, Manchester, inscribed at bottom left ?WH 1798?, 1798. White with black and red printing; centrally, an oval vignette depicting mounted Yeomanry in mock combat. The central vignette is surmounted by a face marked with six lines, inscribed ?the Six Cuts?; the handkerchief is printed with three columns of inscribed instructions in sword play; with, at the edge, 14 vignettes depicting various elements of mounted and dismounted sword play; the whole within a border of cannons, arrowheads and laurel sprays. Date: 1798

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library