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Choose from 49 pictures in our 01018 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Howard Kendall, aged 20, has just signed for Everton Football Club for A¿5 Featured 01018 Image

Howard Kendall, aged 20, has just signed for Everton Football Club for A¿5

Howard Kendall, aged 20, has just signed for Everton Football Club for ?5,000 making him the highest priced wing-half in England.
He has just finished his contract for Preston.
Pictured here in Everton Football Club's headquarters at Goodison Park.
Howard Kendall played for Everton from 1967 to 1974.
He returned as player/manager Everton Football Club in 1981, then as manager he won the FA Cup against Watford in 1984, and finished top of the league in the 1984/5 and 1986/7 seasons. He left his managerial job at Everton in 1987.
With Liverpool, his Everton team saw Merseyside football teams dominate the English football league in the 1980s.
Picture taken 14th March 1967

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The Worlds First ATM, Cash Machine is unveiled at Barclays Bank, in Enfield, Middlesex Featured 01018 Image

The Worlds First ATM, Cash Machine is unveiled at Barclays Bank, in Enfield, Middlesex

The Worlds First ATM, Cash Machine is unveiled at Barclays Bank, in Enfield, Middlesex, just North of London. 27th June 1967.
Picture shows actor Reg Varney in his white cap.
Barclays ATM, 27th June 1967. Sir Thomas Bland, Deputy Chairman of Barclays Bank, unveils a robot cashier that dispenses cash at any time of the day or night. Designed and developed jointly with De la rue Instruments & the banks Management Services Department, the BarclayCash machine is installed at the Enfield branch. Actor, Reg Varney took time off from filming for the TV series Beggar Your Neighbour at Northwood to be the branch's first customer to use the automated dispenser. By inserting a special voucher and registering his personal code number by means of push buttons. Reg Varney quickly obtained 10 pounds in cash from the machine
Picture taken 27th June 1967

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Status Quo, English rock band, onstage in 1981. Picture shows lead singer Featured 01018 Image

Status Quo, English rock band, onstage in 1981. Picture shows lead singer

Status Quo, English rock band, onstage in 1981.
Picture shows lead singer Francis Rossi (left) and bass player Alan Lancaster (right)
***Note to Editors....The venue is not confirmed but these pictures are Scottish Daily Record pictures, and Status Quo played The Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, 18th March 1981. So it is possible that it may indeed by this concert.
Status Quo in 1981 were Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, bass player Alan Lancaster and drummer John Coghlan.
Sometime in 1981 John Coghlan left and was replaced by Pete Kircher. It is possible that John Coghlan is the drummer in these pictures, where the drummer is just visible, but again, approach with some caution.
Picture taken circa 19th March 1981

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