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Choose from 85 pictures in our Director collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Court of Proprietors, East India Company, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Court of Proprietors, East India Company, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Court of Proprietors, East India Company, 1844. ...a view of the General Court Room [in Leadenhall Street, London]. Its east side is occupied by rows of seats, which rise from the floor, near the middle of the room, towards the ceiling, backed by a gallery, where the public are admitted; on the floor are the seats for the chairman, secretary, and clerks. Against the west wall, in niches, are six statues of persons who have distinguished themselves in the Company's service: Lord Clive, Warren Hastings, and the Marquis Cornwallis occupy those on the left; and Sir Eyre Coote, General Lawrance, and Sir George Pococke those on the right. It is understood that the statue of the Marquis Wellesley will be placed in the vacant space in the middle'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Leslie Lincoln Henson (1891-1957), English comedian, actor, producer and director, 1935 Featured Print

Leslie Lincoln Henson (1891-1957), English comedian, actor, producer and director, 1935

Leslie Lincoln Henson (1891-1957), English comedian, actor, producer for films and theatre, and film director, 1935. He initially worked in silent films and Edwardian musical comedy and became a popular music hall comedian who enjoyed a long stage career. A print from the photo album Popular Personalities, issued for Piccadilly Juniors Oval Photos, 1935

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Dr Hugo Eckener, manager of the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin, c1917-1933 (1933) Featured Print

Dr Hugo Eckener, manager of the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin, c1917-1933 (1933)

Dr Hugo Eckener, manager of the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin, c1917-1933 (1933). Eckener (1868-1954) took over the running of the Zeppelin company after the airships designer, Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, died in 1917. He was a successful Zeppelin pilot, despite crashing Zeppelin LZ8 trying to launch in a strong wind on his first flight in 1911. In the 1920s and early 1930s Eckener made the Zeppelin into a symbol of German national pride and became a national hero himself, piloting the airships on successful flights to America, the Arctic and around the world. Firmly anti-Nazi in his politics and a vocal critic of the regime after they came to power in 1933, he was marginalised at the Zeppelin company. In 1928-1931 A photograph from Zeppelin-Weltfahrten, Vom ersten Luftschiff 1899 bis zu den Fahrten des LZ127 Graf Zepplin 1932, Dresden, 1933

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