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Choose from 402 pictures in our Shaped 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.


Dimorphodon Dinosaur Illustration Flying Jurassic Featured Print

Dimorphodon Dinosaur Illustration Flying Jurassic

Dimorphodon Meaning Two Form Tooth Was A Pterosaur With A 4 Feet Long Wingspan. It Was Not A Dinosaur But Type Of Extinct Flying Reptile. It Had A Huge Head With Deep Wide Toothed Jaws Resembling The Beak Of The Modern Day Puffin A Short Neck And A Diamond Shaped Flap Of Skin At The End Of The Long Pointed Tail. Dimorphodon Dinosaur Illustration Flying Jurassic

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View from the Window Rock Trail, Wedding Canyon, Colorado National Monument, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA Featured Print

View from the Window Rock Trail, Wedding Canyon, Colorado National Monument, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA

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Naming ceremony of Mullion's first lifeboat, the Daniel J. Draper, Penzance, Cornwall. 10th September 1867 Featured Print

Naming ceremony of Mullion's first lifeboat, the Daniel J. Draper, Penzance, Cornwall. 10th September 1867

Launched on 10th September 1867 at Penzance, the boat was a gift from mostly Cornish Wesleyan Methodists in memory of the Reverend Daniel James Draper who perished in the tragic wreck of the SS London in the Bay of Biscay in 1866. The lifeboat remained at Mullion until 1887, performing three services and saving three lives. She was followed by the Edith (1887-1894) and the Nancy Newbon (1894-1908), neither of which were ever used. Photographer: William Brooks.

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