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Choose from 34 pictures in our Wimbledon collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. Creator: Unknown
Where Do You Want To Go?, 1922. Creator: Unknown
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Prosser's Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Prosser's Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency
Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency
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Tennis match on Centre Court at Wimbledon, c1930s, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Tennis match on Centre Court at Wimbledon, c1930s, (1935). Creator: Unknown
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The King as Lawn-Tennis Player, 1926, (1937). Creator: Unknown
The King as Lawn-Tennis Player, 1926, (1937). Creator: Unknown
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Wimbledon Common, 1912, (1914). Artist: James S Ogilvy
Wimbledon Common, 1912, (1914). Artist: James S Ogilvy
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At Wimbledon, 1926 (1937)
At Wimbledon, 1926 (1937)
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Queens Mere, Wimbledon, c1910
Queens Mere, Wimbledon, c1910
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The Windmill, Wimbledon Common, c1910
The Windmill, Wimbledon Common, c1910
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Aerial view of Wimbledon, 1939
Aerial view of Wimbledon, 1939
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Miss Dorothy Round, Wimbledon Womens Champion, 1934
Miss Dorothy Round, Wimbledon Womens Champion, 1934
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Fred Perry, 1935
Fred Perry, 1935
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Prosser's Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Prosser's Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Prosser's Wooden Railway, Wimbledon Common, 1845. ...a System of Tram-ways composed entirely of Wood, which the inventor, Mr. William Prosser, maintains to be "equally expeditious, and more safe, more durable, and considerably more economical than the iron railway." The main feature of the invention is, however, a system of Guide wheels, which have been patented by Mr. Prosser, and which may be applied either to iron or wooden rails. The proprietors of the patent have completed a line of Railway on this principle, on Wimbledon Common [in London]...The comparative cost of the superstructure of wooden and iron railways is stated to be as follows, per mile: Wooden Rail, £1,746 8s.; Iron Rail, £3556'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd
The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd
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Fred Perry and FX Shields, 1934. Artist: Sport & General
Fred Perry and FX Shields, 1934. Artist: Sport & General
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Donald Budge, 1937. Artist: Fox Photos
Donald Budge, 1937. Artist: Fox Photos
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The cushion bombardment of No 1 Court, Davis Cup, Wimbledon, 1935. Artist: Planet News Ltd
The cushion bombardment of No 1 Court, Davis Cup, Wimbledon, 1935. Artist: Planet News Ltd
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Henri Cochet, the fastest player of his time, Wimbledon, 1927
Henri Cochet, the fastest player of his time, Wimbledon, 1927
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The Duke of York and his doubles partner Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig, Wimbledon 1926
The Duke of York and his doubles partner Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig, Wimbledon 1926
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Jean Borotra receives his medal from Queen Mary on centre court, 1926
Jean Borotra receives his medal from Queen Mary on centre court, 1926
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Suzanne Lenglen (left) and Elizabeth Ryan before their last singles match at Wimbledon
Suzanne Lenglen (left) and Elizabeth Ryan before their last singles match at Wimbledon
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JO Anderson (left) with WM ('Little Bill') Johnston, 1923. Artist: Tropical Press
JO Anderson (left) with WM ('Little Bill') Johnston, 1923. Artist: Tropical Press
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Helen Wills playing her first Wimbledon final against Kathleen McKane, 1924
Helen Wills playing her first Wimbledon final against Kathleen McKane, 1924
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Mrs Mallory (left) and Suzanne Lenglen before their famous first final at the new
Mrs Mallory (left) and Suzanne Lenglen before their famous first final at the new
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Thrice Champion, 1904.Artist: Spy
Thrice Champion, 1904.Artist: Spy
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Thrice Champion, 1904.Artist: Spy Featured Print

Thrice Champion, 1904.Artist: Spy

Thrice Champion, 1904. Lawrence Doherty won the men's singles title at Wimbledon five consecutive times between 1902 and 1906. In partnership with his older brother Reggie he won the men's doubles seven times between 1897 and 1904. In 1903 he became the first player to win a Grand Slam singles tournament outside his own country when he triumphed at the US Open, where he also won two doubles titles. At the 1900 Olympics in Paris Doherty won gold medals in the men's singles and doubles and bronze in the mixed doubles. Cartoon from Vanity Fair, 1st September 1904

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Queen Victoria firing the first shot at Wimbledon, July 1860, (1887)
Queen Victoria firing the first shot at Wimbledon, July 1860, (1887)
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Suzanne Lenglen playing Miss McKane, Wimbledon, London, 1926-1927
Suzanne Lenglen playing Miss McKane, Wimbledon, London, 1926-1927
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George Eliots house, Wimbledon Park, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock
George Eliots house, Wimbledon Park, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock
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A womens final at the old Wimbledon, 1905
A womens final at the old Wimbledon, 1905
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Suzanne Lenglen winning her first championship at Wimbledon, 1919, (1930)
Suzanne Lenglen winning her first championship at Wimbledon, 1919, (1930)
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Wimbledon Common and the Windmill, c1900, (1912)
Wimbledon Common and the Windmill, c1900, (1912)
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The Horse Car at Wimbledon, 1872
The Horse Car at Wimbledon, 1872
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Windmill on Wimbledon Common, 1880. Artist: Robert Taylor Pritchett
Windmill on Wimbledon Common, 1880. Artist: Robert Taylor Pritchett
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The Duke of York as a competitor in the mens doubles at Wimbledon, 1926, (1937)
The Duke of York as a competitor in the mens doubles at Wimbledon, 1926, (1937)
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Post mill, Wimbledon Common, near London, c1840. Artist: Castle
Post mill, Wimbledon Common, near London, c1840. Artist: Castle
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