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Images Dated 22nd December 2010

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Choose from 13316 pictures in our Images Dated 22nd December 2010 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 Mary Evans Prints Online.


Featured 22 Dec 2010 Print

Albert Einstein with Charlie Chaplin at movie premiere

Albert Einstein (1879-1955), theoretical physicist, with Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977), film star and director, at the premiere of Chaplin's movie, City Lights. Apparently Chaplin told Einstein: "People applaud me because they all understand me, and they applaud you because nobody understands you."

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Featured 22 Dec 2010 Print

Ju-Jitsu suffragette

If you want to earn some time throw a policeman! The Ju-Jitsu suffragette shows how a policeman may be tackled. Mrs Garrud, the well-known suffragette, who is only four foot ten but skilled in the art of Japanese wrestling, disposes of a policeman. 1. the policeman attempts to arrest the suffragette 2. and the suffragette promptly forms the scissors 3. a hand-lock from a punch 4. the policeman is kept down by an arm-lock across the knee 5. the policeman is thrown, after the scissors 6. putting a lock on the policeman

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Featured 22 Dec 2010 Print

Selfridges, London - Confectionery Section

Selfridges & Co, Oxford Street, London - Confectionery Section. Founded by American-born retail magnate Harry Gordon Selfridge (1858 - 1947), the Flagship store in Oxford Street was opened in 1909. Selfridge was an innovator in the fields of marketing and advertising, creating a complete shopping environment of enjoyment as opposed to mere functionality. The perfume section was placed front centre (still in evidence in every department store today), merchandise was placed on open display and the store was backed with direct and widely-visible advertising campaigns. This set of cards is a fine example! The London store was designed by Daniel Burnham

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