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Fifties Gallery

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

Choose from 882 pictures in our Fifties 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.

Royalty - Queen's Sturgeon - Grimsby Featured Print

Royalty - Queen's Sturgeon - Grimsby

The Queen has accepted this 6ft sturgeon, weighing 3 1/2 stone, from Mac Fisheries Ltd. The Royal fish, landed at Grimsby by the trawler Eroican, was delivered to Buckingham Palace on May 10th 1954. By tradition, all sturgeons landed in Britain are offered first to the Sovereign.

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Motor Cycling - Senior Championship - Crystal Palace Featured Print

Motor Cycling - Senior Championship - Crystal Palace

An expert and admiring group of French motorcyclists, from the Garde Republicaine de Paris, gathers around world motor cycling champion John Surtees and his machine at the motorcycling race meeting at Crystal Palace.The Frenchmen, who are taking part in the White City Searchlight Tattoo, are the motorcycle escort for the French President and distinguished visitors to Paris.

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Andrew Ainslie Common, British Astronomer Featured Print

Andrew Ainslie Common, British Astronomer

Andrew Ainslie Common (1841-1903) British astronomer. Common used photographic techniques to make observations, and his photograph of the Orion Nebula, taken in 1883, won him the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society. He served as the president of the society in 1895-6. He conducted his work at his private observatory in London, also building several high-quality telescopes, including a 60 inch (1.52 metres) reflector.