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1970s Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 278 pictures in our 1970s 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.


Showaddywaddy Featured Print

Showaddywaddy

Pop band Showaddywaddy. (clockwise, standing) Malcolm 'The Duke' Allurd, Rod Deas, Romeo Challenger, Russ Fields, Dave Bartram, Al James, Trevor Oakes and Buddy Gask. Romeo was born at St John's, Antigua, West Indies, Dave at Santa Anna California and the others in Great Britain. It was a Leicester pub 'jam' in 1973 which led to the formation of the team. Touring as support for David Cassidy at the time of their first hit established them as the leading rock 'n' roll revival band ever to emerge in this country. 'Our appeal', says singer Dave Bartram 'is a mixture of nostalgia, new music and a fast-moving show'.

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Entertainment - Road Safety - Green Cross Code Song - London Featured Print

Entertainment - Road Safety - Green Cross Code Song - London

Comedian Tommy Cooper and constable Edward McLernon, of Manchester and Salford Police, are supported by a "backing group" of pupils from Rackhouse Junior School, Wythenshawe, Manchester, as they sing the "Green Cross Code" song, with words by PC McLernon and song to a traditional folk melody. The song has been recorded by singer Partridge Green and copies of the record and the sheet music are to be supplied to all schools in Manchester and Salford for use in teaching the Green Cross Code, launched last April to train young children to cross the road in safety.

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Finance and Economy - Currency - Decimalisation - London Featured Print

Finance and Economy - Currency - Decimalisation - London

Trying to see the point of the decimal system is Mr Roger Hutchinson from Hertfordshire as Shell employee Marion Stevens , 20, of Eltham explains at Lawrences Garage, Waterloo, London. From this day some 6000 Shell, BP and National petrol pumps are showing their prices in the new decimal currency. This is because the second stage in the programme of converting petrol pumps in preparation for D-Day, 15th February 1971, has now begun. The total value of the ale through the decimal pump is shown in p (pounds and new pence) instead of shillings and pence, but the motorist can convert his purchase into present currency as a conversion table is fixed to each pump.

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