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The British Army is a branch of the UK's armed forces responsible for land-based military operations

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The British Army is one of the most well-known armies in the world. It has a rich and long history, with its roots stretching back centuries. It has played a major role in many wars and campaigns, and has been an important part of Britain's defence and security apparatus for hundreds of years. Today, the British Army is one of the most modern and well-equipped armies in the world, and it is capable of conducting a wide range of missions from peacekeeping to combat operations. The British Army is made up of a variety of regiments, battalions and brigades that are scattered throughout the United Kingdom and overseas. It is divided into two main parts: Regulars and Reserves. The Regulars are professional soldiers who are on full-time duty and who form the backbone of the army. The Reserves are part-time soldiers who can be called upon to provide additional manpower in times of emergency or during operations. The British Army is well-known for its strong sense of tradition and loyalty. It has a long-standing reputation as a professional and disciplined force, and soldiers are expected to maintain high standards of conduct and discipline. The Army also has a strong commitment to developing its personnel and providing them with the training

British Army Collection: Royal Scots Greys

Royal Scots Greys Collection
1,224 Items

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Dewars advertisement

Dewars advertisement
This advertisement for Dewars " White Label" Scotch whiskey encourages viewers to celebrate the Coronation with " the finest drink in the world"

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Badges of Scottish Regiments - World War One

Badges of Scottish Regiments - World War One - Remember our Gallant Wounded Overseas and at the Dardanelles. Date: circa 1917

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815

Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815
Scotland for Ever ; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815. The attack by the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment on the French 45th infantry was immortalised in this famous painting

Background imageBritish Army Collection: The Colours: advance of the Scots Guards at the Alma, 1899 (oil on canvas)

The Colours: advance of the Scots Guards at the Alma, 1899 (oil on canvas)
BAL3952 The Colours: advance of the Scots Guards at the Alma, 1899 (oil on canvas) by Butler, Lady (Elizabeth Southerden Thompson) (1846-1933); 98x155.6 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Royal Scots Dragoon Guards & Gulf War Tank

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards & Gulf War Tank
A charge by the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Carabiners & Greys) and a Commanding Officers Tank of the same regiment in action during the First Gulf War in Iraq. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Heart of Midlothian, Royal Mile, Old Town, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland

Heart of Midlothian, Royal Mile, Old Town, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBritish Army Collection: View of Tulloch Castle, Scotland, with pipers

View of Tulloch Castle, Scotland, with pipers
View of Tulloch Castle in the town of Dingwall in the Highlands of Scotland, at the time of a royal wedding between Dom (Prince) Miguel of Braganza (1878-1923), Duke de Viseu

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Scotland Forever

Scotland Forever. Photolithograph, coloured, by Lady Elizabeth Southerden Butler (as Mrs William Butler), 1881, published by Leeds City Art Galleries, 1980 (c)

Background imageBritish Army Collection: 16th century map of the British Isles

16th century map of the British Isles
Map of the British Isles, in the 1570 edition of Ortelius Atlas (Theatrum Orbis Terrarum). Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598) was a Flemish mapmaker who is considered to have produced the first true atlas

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Soldiers Complete Final Rehearsal Ahead of the Queens Birthday Parade

Soldiers Complete Final Rehearsal Ahead of the Queens Birthday Parade
The soldiers line off. Almost fifteen hundred soldiers and officers and 300 military horses, performed precision drill and pageantry to music by the Household Division Bands & Corps of Drums

Background imageBritish Army Collection: The Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen

The Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen
Pictured are members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) on the Mall as the Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Braemar Gathering, men in kilts

Braemar Gathering, men in kilts
Scene at the annual Braemar Gathering, showing three men in traditional Highland costume and one man in a suit. Braemar in Scotland holds an annual Highland Games Gathering on the first Saturday in

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Crown of Scotland

Crown of Scotland
The Crown of Scotland, last used at the coronation of Charles II at Scone in 1651, now in the Crown Room at Edinburgh Castle

Background imageBritish Army Collection: The Lennox-Boyd brothers. Around 1915

The Lennox-Boyd brothers. Around 1915
Studio photograph of Alan Tindal Lennox-Boyd with his brothers. From left to right: George Edward Lennox-Boyd (1902-1943), Alan Tindal Lennox-Boyd (1904-1983)

Background imageBritish Army Collection: WW1 poster, Types of the British Army

WW1 poster, Types of the British Army, Dismounted Branches, showing the various uniforms. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageBritish Army Collection: King George V in Scottish dress

King George V in Scottish dress
King George V chats to the Duchess of York, whilst the Duke of York brings up the rear. They have been taking part in the Balmoral Garden Fete. Date: 1927

Background imageBritish Army Collection: ROBERT THE BRUCE (1274-1329). Robert I of Scotland: Color engraving, English, 1797

ROBERT THE BRUCE (1274-1329). Robert I of Scotland: Color engraving, English, 1797

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Sergeant - Royal North British Dragoons

Sergeant - Royal North British Dragoons (Scots Greys). Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageBritish Army Collection: The Lennox-Boyd family. Around 1912

The Lennox-Boyd family. Around 1912
Studio photograph of Alan Tindal Lennox-Boyd with his brothers and mother, Florence Annie Begbie (1870-1949). Standing: George Edward Lennox-Boyd (1902-1943); seated children

Background imageBritish Army Collection: The Lennox-Boyd brothers. Around 1912

The Lennox-Boyd brothers. Around 1912
Studio photograph of Alan Tindal Lennox-Boyd with his brothers. From left to right: George Edward Lennox-Boyd (1902-1943), Alan Tindal Lennox-Boyd (1904-1983)

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Scottish regiments of the British Army, 1895 (colour litho)

Scottish regiments of the British Army, 1895 (colour litho)
5235836 Scottish regiments of the British Army, 1895 (colour litho) by Simkin, Richard (1840-1926) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Scottish regiments of the British Army, 1895)

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Two Duff Highlanders at Braemar Games, Scotland

Two Duff Highlanders at Braemar Games, Scotland
Two kilted Duff Highlanders from the Mar Estate discussing the Braemar Highland Games where King George V and Queen Mary were in attendance

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Margaret Murray recruiting for the Jacobites, 1745

Margaret Murray recruiting for the Jacobites, 1745
Margaret Fergusson Murray, Jacobite supporter and wife of (later turncoat) John Murray of Broughton, recruits supporters to the cause and distributes white cockades, the symbol of the Jacobite cause

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. John Knox House on the Royal Mile

Scotland, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile. John Knox House on the Royal Mile. John Knox, whom Mary Queens of Scots believed to be the most dangerous man in her Kingdom

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Royal Mile, The Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Royal Mile, The Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Patriotic dogs

Patriotic dogs
An English Bull Terrier, a Scottish terrier and an Irish terrier make ready for the Coronation as canine representatives of England, Ireland and Scotland

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Mary Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)

Mary Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)
Mary (1542-1587). Queen of Scotland (1542-1567). CLOUET, Francois (1505-1573). Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. OE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Musue Carnavalet (Carnavalet Museum)

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Royal Scot Goes by C1935

Royal Scot Goes by C1935
A maintenance gang stop work to watch the Royal Scot go by

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Return of Royal Scot at Tilbury

Return of Royal Scot at Tilbury
Return of " Royal Scot" at Tilbury. Left, Fireman John Jackson and his wife, and right, fireman Tom Blackett and Mrs Blackett, with Master Blackett also shown 1933

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Shap Fell - The Route of the Royal Scot, LMS poster, 1925

Shap Fell - The Route of the Royal Scot, LMS poster, 1925
Poster produced for the London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS), showing a view of the hills of Shap Fell in Cumbria, on the LMS main line to and from Scotland

Background imageBritish Army Collection: St Andrews / Cig 1920S

St Andrews / Cig 1920S
A view of St Andrews showing the Royal & Ancient clubhouse and the first tee of the Old Course, with the West Sands in the background

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Edward I removing the Stone of Scone

Edward I removing the Stone of Scone
King Edward I of England removing the legendary " stone of destiny" from Scone in Scotland

Background imageBritish Army Collection: King David I of Scotland

King David I of Scotland (reigned 1124-1153), son of Mael Coluim III

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Throwing the hammer, Braemar Highland Games

Throwing the hammer, Braemar Highland Games
Alexander Mackenzie throwing the hammer at the 1911 Highland Games at Braemar, Scotland. 1911

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Braemar Gathering, tossing the caber

Braemar Gathering, tossing the caber
Scene at the annual Braemar Gathering, showing McIntosh of Partick tossing the caber. Braemar in Scotland holds an annual Highland Games Gathering on the first Saturday in September

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Mary, Queen of Scots

Mary, Queen of Scots
Mary, Queen of Scotland, in a black and white costume

Background imageBritish Army Collection: King Charles II, (1907)

King Charles II, (1907). Charles II of England, (1630-1685), King of England, King of Scots, and King of Ireland

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Mary, Queen of Scots (Mary Stuart / Mary I of Scotland)

Mary, Queen of Scots (Mary Stuart / Mary I of Scotland)
Mary, Queen of Scots ) (Mary Stuart / Mary I of Scotland). Date: circa 1580s

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Mary (1542-1587). Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)

Mary (1542-1587). Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Royal Mile, Old Town, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Royal Mile, Old Town, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Royal Highland Games, Braemar, Grampian, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Royal Highland Games, Braemar, Grampian, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Victorian Royal Train Station

Victorian Royal Train Station, used by Queen Victoria, Ballater, Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Winston Churchill, Lieutenant Colonel of Scots Fusiliers

Winston Churchill, Lieutenant Colonel of Scots Fusiliers
Winston Churchill (centre) as Lieutenant Colonel of the 6th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers in 1916 during the First World War. Date: 1916

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Unveiling of the Royal Scots Grey Memorial, Princes Street

Unveiling of the Royal Scots Grey Memorial, Princes Street
The unveiling ceremony of the Royal Scots Grey Memorial by William Birnie Rhind (1853 - 1933), West Gardens Cottage, Princes St, Edinburgh, Scotland - by Earl of Rosebery on 16th November 1906

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Portraits of Officers and Newspaper Correspondents killed in the Recent Battles in the Soudan

Portraits of Officers and Newspaper Correspondents killed in the Recent Battles in the Soudan (engraving)
1044820 Portraits of Officers and Newspaper Correspondents killed in the Recent Battles in the Soudan (engraving) by English School

Background imageBritish Army Collection: The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25 October 1854

The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25 October 1854
5920406 The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25 October 1854, 1897 (oil on canvas) by Giles, Godfrey Douglas (1857-1941); National Army Museum

Background imageBritish Army Collection: Portrait of Robert the Bruce (engraving)

Portrait of Robert the Bruce (engraving)
819376 Portrait of Robert the Bruce (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Robert I, popularly known as Robert the Bruce, King of Scots from 1306 to 1329)



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British Army Collection

The British Army is a branch of the UK's armed forces responsible for land-based military operations. It was established in 1707 and has since played a significant role in various conflicts, including World War I and II, the Falklands War, and more recently, Iraq and Afghanistan. The army comprises regular soldiers as well as reservists who can be called upon when needed. Its primary roles include defending the country against threats both at home and abroad, supporting peacekeeping efforts around the world, providing humanitarian aid during disasters or emergencies, and training other countries' militaries. The British Army is highly respected for its professionalism, discipline, and courage under fire.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The British Army collection is a range of wall art and framed prints available from Media Storehouse. Our collection features a variety of images showcasing the history, traditions, and modern-day operations of the British Army. From vintage photographs to contemporary shots, our collection offers something for everyone interested in military history or those who have served in the armed forces. The images include depictions of soldiers on parade, training exercises, and combat missions. There are also portraits of famous generals and iconic landmarks associated with the army such as Buckingham Palace's Changing of the Guard ceremony. These high-quality prints are perfect for decorating homes or offices with a patriotic theme. Media Storehouse provides customers with various sizes and framing options to suit their preferences. Our collection is an excellent way to show support for Britain's military heritage while adding character to any living space.
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What are British Army (Services) art prints?

British Army art prints are high-quality reproductions of original artworks that depict various aspects of the British Armed Forces. These prints showcase the bravery, dedication and professionalism of soldiers from different branches of the military, including the Army, Navy and Air Force. The collection includes a wide range of images that capture iconic moments in British military history as well as contemporary scenes from recent conflicts. From dramatic battle scenes to portraits of individual soldiers, these prints offer a unique insight into life in the armed forces. Each print is produced using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure maximum clarity and detail. They are available in a variety of sizes and formats to suit any space or decor style. Whether you're a serving member of the military or simply an admirer of their work, these art prints make for a striking addition to any home or office.
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What British Army (Services) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of British Army art prints that are perfect for those who want to celebrate the bravery and dedication of our armed forces. These prints showcase various aspects of military life, including soldiers in action, regimental badges, and historic events. You can choose from a variety of sizes and formats to suit your needs, whether you're looking for a small print to hang on your wall or a larger canvas that will make an impact in any room. The images are printed using high-quality materials to ensure they look great for years to come. Some popular options include prints featuring iconic regiments such as the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards or the Parachute Regiment. You can also find artwork depicting famous battles like Waterloo or Dunkirk. Whether you're buying for yourself or as a gift for someone else, these British Army art prints are sure to be appreciated by anyone with an interest in military history.
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How do I buy British Army (Services) art prints?

To buy British Army art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of images featuring the British Army. Once you have found a print that you like, simply select the size and format that you prefer and add it to your cart. You will then be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing your purchase. We offer a range of high-quality prints on various materials such as paper, canvas or metal. We also offer framing options for an additional fee if desired. Our collection includes historic photographs as well as contemporary artwork depicting soldiers in action or military equipment. These prints make great gifts for anyone with an interest in military history or those who have served in the armed forces themselves. Buying British Army art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple process that allows you to own a piece of history while supporting independent artists and photographers.
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How much do British Army (Services) art prints cost?

The cost of British Army art prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We offer a range of options, including framed or unframed prints, canvas prints, and poster prints. The prices are competitive and affordable for those who wish to own a piece of history or commemorate their service in the British Army. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials to ensure that it lasts for years to come. Whether you're looking for a gift for someone who has served in the military or want to decorate your home with patriotic artwork, we have something for everyone. Our collection includes iconic images from World War I and II as well as more recent conflicts such as Afghanistan and Iraq. With so many options available at reasonable prices, there's no reason not to add some British Army art prints to your collection today.
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Your British Army art prints will be delivered to you through our reliable and secure delivery partners. We take great care in ensuring that your order is packaged safely and securely, so it arrives at your doorstep in pristine condition. Our delivery partners are experienced professionals who have been carefully selected for their ability to handle delicate items like art prints with the utmost care. They use state-of-the-art tracking systems to ensure that your package is always accounted for and arrives on time. We understand how important it is for you to receive your order promptly, which is why we work hard to dispatch all orders as quickly as possible. Once dispatched, we will provide you with a tracking number so that you can monitor the progress of your shipment online. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service from start to finish. If you have any questions or concerns about the delivery of your British Army art prints, please do not hesitate to contact us – we're here to help.