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Print Collector21 Gallery

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Choose from 233 pictures in our Print Collector21 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.


HMS 'Iron Duke', British battleship, c1936-c1937. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

HMS 'Iron Duke', British battleship, c1936-c1937. Artist: Unknown

HMS 'Iron Duke', British battleship, c1936-c1937. Launched in 1912, HMS 'Iron Duke' was named in honour of the Duke of Wellington. She was the flagship of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe at the Battle of Jutland in 1916. By the time of this photograph 'Iron Duke' had been disarmed under the terms of the 1930 London Naval Treaty and was serving as a gunnery training vessel. In the Second World War she served as a base ship at the naval base at Scapa Flow, Orkney. She was scrapped in Glasgow in 1948.

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'Maid of the Mist', tourist boat, Niagara Falls, USA/Canada, c1930s(?).Artist: Marjorie Bullock Featured Print

'Maid of the Mist', tourist boat, Niagara Falls, USA/Canada, c1930s(?).Artist: Marjorie Bullock

'Maid of the Mist', tourist boat, Niagara Falls, USA/Canada, c1930s(?). The first 'Maid of the Mist' began taking tourists on boat trips to see Niagara Falls in 1846. The boat is seen beneath the Upper Steel Arch Bridge, also known as Honeymoon Bridge, built in 1897. It collapsed in an ice storm in 1938. A photograph from an album of Marjorie Bullock, daughter of WE Bullock, managing director of Singer and Co Ltd, the car manufacturers.

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Lock on the Panama Canal, 1931. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

Lock on the Panama Canal, 1931. Artist: Unknown

Lock on the Panama Canal, 1931. The idea of building a canal between the Atlantic and Pacific was first planned by the French civil engineer and builder of the Suez Canal, Ferdinand de Lesseps. The French began work in 1880, but 9 years later the difficulties posed by the terrain, disease and spiralling costs doomed the project to failure. The United States bought the land in 1904 for $40 million, and proceeded to complete the 80 kilometre long canal between 1904 and 1914. The building of the canal cost the lives of an estimated 25, 000 workers due to accidents and tropical diseases. The photograph was taken during a Cunard Line cruise to the West Indies between January and March 1931.

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