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Images Dated 2010

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Choose from 2,407 pictures in our Images Dated 2010 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.


Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889 Featured 2010 Print

Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889

Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Helena Blavatsky (nee Hahn) (1831-1891) emigrated from Russia to New York in 1873. Two years later she co-founded the Theosophical Society with Henry Olcott and William Quan Judge. Theosophy is a mystical religious doctrine that postulates that all religions are attempts by a Spiritual Hierarchy to assist humanity to evolve to a state of greater perfection, and that each individual religion therefore posseses a part of the overall truth

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Barnard Castle, Durham, c1905 Featured 2010 Print

Barnard Castle, Durham, c1905

Barnard Castle, Durham, c1905. View of the ruins of the castle overlooking the River Tees. The castle was originally built by the Normans but reached the height of its importance in the second half of the 12th century when it was in the hands of the Balliol family. It later came into the hands of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, and passed to King Richard III through his wife, Anne, who was the Earl's daughter. The castle fell into ruin in the 16th century

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The famous old blacksmiths shop, Gretna Green, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, 20th century Featured 2010 Print

The famous old blacksmiths shop, Gretna Green, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, 20th century

The famous old blacksmith's shop, Gretna Green, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, 20th century. This building, just over the border with England, became famous after 1753 as a venue for runaway marriages of English couples. Lord Hardwicke's Marriage Act stipulated that if both parties to a marriage were not over the age of 21, parental consent had to be obtained. The Act did not apply in Scotland, hence many couples who were not prepared to wait eloped and were married in Gretna, the first village they encountered in Scotland

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