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Choose from 95 pictures in our Britaincollectionfeatureyear1962 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.


Transport - Romany Waggon - York Museum Featured Print

Transport - Romany Waggon - York Museum

Felicity Redfern, 23, assistant at York Museum, is shown by Gipsy caravan painter Jim Berry, 58, how to renovate an 82-year-old Romany waggon, which will become a York Museum exhibit. Jim answered an appeal by the museum curator, Robert Patterson, to restore the caravan so it can be placed outside the Edwardian-style pub in 'Half Moon Court', the street built inside the museum. When the work is completed, Felicity will carry out future repairs to the museum caravan. The exhibit is a known as a top cottage type or 'Leeds Wagon'.

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Soccer - Littlewoods Pools Jackpot Winner - Joseph Nixon - Grosvenor House, London Featured Print

Soccer - Littlewoods Pools Jackpot Winner - Joseph Nixon - Grosvenor House, London

"It's burning my fingers, " quipped comedian Benny Hill (l) when he presented a cheque for 131, 188 to 33-year-old Joseph Nixon (r), of Hemsworth, West Yorkshire, at Grosvenor House, London. Holding the cheque is Mr Nixon's 31-year-old London-born wife Anne. Mr Nixon achieved his jackpot win on Littlewood's second Treble Chance Pool.

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TV Programmes - Candid Camera - Jonathan Routh - London Featured Print

TV Programmes - Candid Camera - Jonathan Routh - London

Holding his bowler hat, television personality Jonathan Routh apologises to Air France receptionist Pat Taylor at Heathrow Airport for her seemingly 'unwilling' part in a recent 'Candid Camera' television programme. In the show millions of viewers saw Pat's car almost taken to pieces when she called, unsuspecting, at a garage for petrol. She claims to have given her permission for television transmission of the filmed incident, later regretting her decision. In consequence, Jonathan Routh thought a kind apology was in order.

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