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Choose from 400 pictures in our Crowded collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Randulph and Hilda dancing in the Rotunda at Ranelagh Gardens, (1842), 1903 Featured Print

Randulph and Hilda dancing in the Rotunda at Ranelagh Gardens, (1842), 1903

Randulph and Hilda dancing in the Rotunda at Ranelagh Gardens (a correct view of the place), 1842. The Miser's Daughter: 12/20, Randulph and Hilda dancing in the Rotunda in Ranelagh Gardens'. The Miser's Daughter is a novel by William Harrison Ainsworth (18051882), published in 1842. After an original work by George Cruikshank (1792-1878). From The Connoisseur Vol. V by [Otto Limited, London, 1903]

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'May Meetings' in the Metropolis - interior of Exeter Hall, 1844 Featured Print

"May Meetings" in the Metropolis - interior of Exeter Hall, 1844

"May Meetings" in the Metropolis - interior of Exeter Hall, 1844. Exeter Hall in the Strand, London: ...herein are held several anniversaries during the month of May. Our engraving represents one of these impressive reunions...The Great Hall is 90 feet broad, 138 in length, and 48 high, and is lighted by 18 large windows. It will hold 3000 persons with comfort, and 4000 crowded. The platform, at the east end, shown in our engraving, will accommodate 500 persons, and is fenced from the rest of the hall by a railing, within which is seated the chairman, surrounded by persons influential in convening the meeting, officers of the Society, &c. On very attractive occasions, the hall is crowded long before the proceedings commence, and ladies are to be seen at the doors early in the morning, waiting till the hour of opening'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Traffic in Trafalgar Square, London, 1933. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Traffic in Trafalgar Square, London, 1933. Creator: Unknown

Traffic in Trafalgar Square, London, 1933. Buses, taxis and pedestrians with the equestrian statue of King George IV on the left. Trafalgar Square's traffic lights, inaugurated by the Mayor of Westminster in March, 1933, are somewhat more elaborate than those elsewhere "Round-about" traffic had long been established there, but the success of automatic control - both for pedestrians and vehicles - has proved so successful that the authorities put up twenty-one standards at this point to direct the great "round-about". From "The Pageant of the Century". [Odhams Press Ltd, 1933]

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