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Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 83 pictures in our Eager 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.

Cartoon, theatre managers and Queen Victoria Featured Print

Cartoon, theatre managers and Queen Victoria

Cartoon, theatre managers (Irving, Toole, James and Bancroft) besieging Queen Victoria at Windsor. Now that a rumour has gone abroad that Her Majesty will one more give theatrical entertainments at Windsor, she mustn't feel surprised if she is a little worried by theatre managers.

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library

1880s, 1881, Alfred, Bancroft, Besieging, British, Bryan, Cartoon, Clamouring, Crust, Eager, Entertainments, Entracte, Irving, James, Keen, Majesty, Management, Manager, Managers, Pie, Punch, Queen, Royal, Royalty, Rumour, Siege, Terrace, Theatre, Theatrical, Toole, Upper, Victoria, Victorian, Windsor

Wolseley at Myat-Toon's stronghold, Burma, 1853 Featured Print

Wolseley at Myat-Toon's stronghold, Burma, 1853

Sir Garnet Wolseley(1833-1913) as a young officer in the British army, storming Myat-Toon's stronghold, Burma, February 1853. 'Impetuously eager to distinguish himself in this, his first serious fight, the young officer was rushing forward, well ahead of the men.' Date: February 1853

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1850s, 1853, Abroad, Army, Asia, British, Burma, Burmah, Colonial, Dramatic, Eager, Events, February, Fight, Garnet, Gesture, Hero, Heroic, Heroics, Historical, History, Man, Military, Myanmar, Myat, Officer, Sir, Soldier, Soldiers, Storming, Stronghold, Toon, Toons, Victorian, Wolseley, Young

A busy time for the police: King Faruk's wedding Featured Print

A busy time for the police: King Faruk's wedding

Attempting to hold at bay the people that thronged round the Abdin Palace and nearly penetrated the courtyard. The Sphere reports that, "The crowds were good-humoured enough, but a firm stand had to be taken as there was no knowing to what lengths they would go to in their delirious enthusiasm."

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