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Images Dated 14th August 2007

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Choose from 125 pictures in our Images Dated 14th August 2007 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 14 Aug 2007 Print

King Louis XVIII of France (1755-1824) landing at Calais, 24th April 1814 (1816).Artist: I Romney

King Louis XVIII of France (1755-1824) landing at Calais, 24th April 1814 (1816). Louis XVIII was king of France between 1814 until his death in 1824 (with a brief break in 1815 due to Napoleon's return in the 'Hundred Days'). He was a member of the House of Bourbon. From The History of the War, from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the Present Time, volume II, by Hewson Clarke, published by T Kinnersley (London, 1816)

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Featured 14 Aug 2007 Print

West Indian band, Up-Park-Camp, Jamaica, c1905. Artist: Adolphe Duperly & Son

West Indian band, Up-Park-Camp, Jamaica, c1905. Up-Park Camp (also known as Up Park Camp) was the headquarters of the British Army in Jamaica from the late 18th century until Jamaican independence in 1962. Illustration from Picturesque Jamaica, by Adolphe Duperly & Son, (England, c1905)

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Featured 14 Aug 2007 Print

Tom Cringle's Cotton Tree, Spanish Town Road, Jamaica, c1905.Artist: Adolphe Duperly & Son

Tom Cringle's Cotton Tree, Spanish Town Road, Jamaica, c1905. Tom Cringle was a fictional character in Tom Cringle's Log by Michael Scott. This tree, the largest silk-cotton tree in Jamaica, was named after the character. It collapsed in 1871. Illustration from Picturesque Jamaica, by Adolphe Duperly & Son, (England, c1905)

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