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Choose from 24 pictures in our Newfoundland collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Capitals of the British Empire, 1937. Artist: Charles E Turner
Capitals of the British Empire, 1937. Artist: Charles E Turner
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The Marblehead Fishermen, ca. 1922-1928. Creator: John Orne Johnson Frost
The Marblehead Fishermen, ca. 1922-1928. Creator: John Orne Johnson Frost
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Head of the Newfoundland Dog, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Head of the Newfoundland Dog, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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The Bay of Bull Arms, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Bonfires Lighted on the Hills to Notify
The Bay of Bull Arms, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Bonfires Lighted on the Hills to Notify
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The Settlement and Church of Hearts Content, Newfoundland, 1866
The Settlement and Church of Hearts Content, Newfoundland, 1866
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First Telegraph House at Hearts Content, Newfoundland, 1866, 1866
First Telegraph House at Hearts Content, Newfoundland, 1866, 1866
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Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Exterior View of the Telegraph House in 1857-1858, 1865-66
Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Exterior View of the Telegraph House in 1857-1858, 1865-66
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September 8th at Hearts Content, the day of the successful termination of the work
September 8th at Hearts Content, the day of the successful termination of the work
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News Received Through the Atlantic Cable From All Parts of the World, etc., 1866
News Received Through the Atlantic Cable From All Parts of the World, etc., 1866
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Replenishing the Ships Larder with Codfish off the Newfoundland Coast, 1811-ca. 1813
Replenishing the Ships Larder with Codfish off the Newfoundland Coast, 1811-ca. 1813
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How the Titanic met with Disaster on her Maiden Voyage, April 20, 1912. Creator: Unknown
How the Titanic met with Disaster on her Maiden Voyage, April 20, 1912. Creator: Unknown
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How the Titanic met with disaster..., and The Cunard liner Carpathia..., April 20, 1912
How the Titanic met with disaster..., and The Cunard liner Carpathia..., April 20, 1912
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How the Titanic met with Disaster on her Maiden Voyage, April 20, 1912. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

How the Titanic met with Disaster on her Maiden Voyage, April 20, 1912. Creator: Unknown

How the Titanic met with Disaster on her Maiden Voyage, April 20, 1912. Map of the North Atlantic Ocean, with portraits of William Pirrie, chairman of Harland and Wolff who built the Titanic but missed sailing due to illness; the captain, Edward Smith, who went down with the ship; illustrations of the Titanic hitting the iceberg, and the ships that picked up her distress signals. The White Star Line ship RMS Titanic struck an iceberg in thick fog off Newfoundland on 14 April 1912. She was the largest and most luxurious ocean liner of her time, and claimed by Pirrie to be unsinkable. In the collision, five of her watertight compartments were compromised and she sank. Out of the 2228 people on board, only 705 survived. A major cause of the loss of life was the insufficient number of lifeboats she carried. Page 2 from "Titanic In Memoriam Number", a special supplement in "The Daily Graphic" newspaper issued following the sinking of the Titanic on 15 April 1912, published on 20 April 1912

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Newfoundland - Viking landing place
Newfoundland - Viking landing place
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Titanic - Iceberg Telegram, 1912
Titanic - Iceberg Telegram, 1912
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Icebergs in St. Johns Harbour, 1924
Icebergs in St. Johns Harbour, 1924
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Paper Mills, Newfoundland, 1924. Artist: Lowther, C.G
Paper Mills, Newfoundland, 1924. Artist: Lowther, C.G
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The Newfoundland Naval Reserve parading before the Governor at St
The Newfoundland Naval Reserve parading before the Governor at St
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Guglielmo Marconi, Italian pioneer of wireless telegraphy, Signal Hall, Newfoundland
Guglielmo Marconi, Italian pioneer of wireless telegraphy, Signal Hall, Newfoundland
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The Atlantic telegraph expedition, Content Bay, Newfoundland, 1866
The Atlantic telegraph expedition, Content Bay, Newfoundland, 1866
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Seal hunting, Newfoundland, 1902
Seal hunting, Newfoundland, 1902
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Newfoundland dog, 1848
Newfoundland dog, 1848
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Newfoundland Fishermen, 1892. Artist: Henri Meyer
Newfoundland Fishermen, 1892. Artist: Henri Meyer
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The Dog, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins
The Dog, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins
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The Atlantic Telegraph - A bad look out for Despotism, 1858
The Atlantic Telegraph - A bad look out for Despotism, 1858
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The Atlantic Telegraph - A bad look out for Despotism, 1858 Featured Print

The Atlantic Telegraph - A bad look out for Despotism, 1858

The Atlantic Telegraph - A bad look out for Despotism, 1858. John Bull calling to Jonathan Hold fast, Jonathan. Jonathan replying All right, Johnny. John Bull, at Velentia Bay on the west coast of Ireland, and Jonathan at Trinity Bay in Newfoundland on the east coast of America, each pull on their end of the first transatlantic cable. As the cable is pulled taut, Neptune is sent overboard. Despotism is under threat due to the increased speed of communication. This was a project jointly funded by Britain and America. The work had been carried out by the Atlantic Telegraph Company. Manufacture of the cable began in early 1857 and was completed in June 1857. The cable was taken aboard two naval vessels detailed for the task by their respective governments - the American Niagara and the British Agamemnon. At the fifth attempt the two ships reached their destinations and the two continents were finally joined on 5th August 1858 starting at Valentia Harbour in Ireland. Unfortunately, tests were carried out on the cable at the incorrect voltage, and within three weeks the damage had caused the cable to fail. From Punch, or the London Charivari, August 21, 1858

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