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Bibbys Annual Gallery

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Choose from 308 pictures in our Bibbys Annual 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.


Featured Print

'Interior of Robin's Hood's Room', c1910, (1912). Artist: H Robinson

'Interior of Robin's Hood's Room', c1910, (1912). The interior of Robin Hood?s room, Calderdale, West Yorkshire. In the 12th century, the Cistercians built Kirklees Priory. It is connected to the legend of Robin Hood, and is said to be his final resting place. The folklore states that Robin Hood was the nephew of the prioress, who sheltered him when he was fleeing from the Sheriff of Nottingham. From Bibby's Annual 1912, [ J. Bibby & Sons, Liverpool, 1912]

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'Lieut. G. Herbert Whyte', c1908, (1917). Artist: Swaine & Co

'Lieut. G. Herbert Whyte', c1908, (1917). Lieutenant George Herbert Whyte. Unit: 2nd/18th Battalion, London Regiment (London Irish Rifles). Died on 23rd December 1917, Killed in Action in Jerusalem, Palestine. In 1908, Whyte established the International Order of the Round Table, with his wife Ethel. He was Senior Knight from 1907 until his death in 1917. The Order of the Round Table, aims to promote the development of physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential in young adults. From Bibby's Annual 1917, [J. Bibby & Sons, Liverpool, 1917]

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'A Thought-Form of Anger', c1916, (1917). Artist: Unknown

'A Thought-Form of Anger', c1916, (1917). Directed Against a Person Who Had Inflicted A Deep Injury On The One Who Sent It Forth'. Oliver Joseph Lodge (1851-1940), British physicist and writer involved in the development of radio. Lodge is remembered for his studies in psychical research and Spiritualism. Lodge began to study psychical phenomena of telepathy in the late 1880s. A thought form is a structured interdimensional energy form intentionally created to carry out a specific task for which it has been programmed. From Bibby's Annual 1917, [J. Bibby & Sons, Liverpool, 1917]

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