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1870s - 1900 Gallery

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Choose from 312 pictures in our 1870s - 1900 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Historic England.


Featured 1870s - 1900 Print

Netley Abbey CC56_00897

NETLEY ABBEY, Netley, Hampshire. Ivy covering the abbey frames a window in the day room. Founded in the 13th century, Netley is the most complete surviving Cistercian monastery in southern England. Even in ruins, the abbey continued to be influential, inspiring Romantic writers and poets. It is now in the care of English Heritage. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

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Featured 1870s - 1900 Print

Marlow Bridge CC73_00786

MARLOW, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. View looking east along the Thames towards the suspension bridge and the parish church. The bridge dates from same period (built between 1829 and 1832). The church was rebuilt in 1832-5 by C F Inwood on the site of a medieval church. The chancel dates to 1875-6 and the spire and tower were altered again in 1898-9. Photographed in 1885 by Henry Taunt

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Featured 1870s - 1900 Print

The Battenberg children D880019c

OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Portrait of a family group. These grandchildren of Queen Victoria are the four children of Prince Henry of Battenberg and Princess Beatrice. They are Prince Alexander (1886-1960), Princess Ena (1887-1969), Prince Leopold (1889-1922) and Prince Maurice (1891-1914). This is probably a mourning photograph, commemorating the death of their father. They are all wearing black and looking at a photograph frame that Alexander is holding, it is most likely a picture of their father. He died of a fever (malaria) whilst serving with the British Army out in West Africa in 1896, aged only 38. Tragically Prince Maurice, seen here aged 4, also died in the army. He died in 1914 in the first battle of Ypres at the start of World War I, aged only 23

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