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Britaincollectionfeatureyear1966 Gallery

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Choose from 117 pictures in our Britaincollectionfeatureyear1966 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.

Animals - Lord Bath - Longleat, Wiltshire Featured Print

Animals - Lord Bath - Longleat, Wiltshire

A Rolls Royce car waits for a Lion to pass on Lord Bath's estate at Longleat, Wiltshire. In the car were Marcus Lipton M.P, Lord Bath and Jimmy Chipperfield, the co-originator of the project at Longleat where Lord Bath had introduced the lions as an additional attraction to visitors to the estate. Mt Marcus Lipton, who is to raise a question in the Commons about having lions in the park, was at Longleat at the invitation of Lord Bath to see the security arrangements.

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Entertainment - Playboy Bunny - London Featured Print

Entertainment - Playboy Bunny - London

Life can be a very tiring one for Bunnies so 18-year-old ANNA SCHOLES of Kentish town, took advantage of the opportunity for a rest while waiting in the coach at London Airport for Playboy Chief HUGH HEFNER. Fifty of the hundred London Bunnies went to the airport to greet Hefner, the 40-year-old Editor-Publisher of Playboy Magazine and President of the Playboy Clubs International, who arrived to attend the official opening of his first Playboy Club in Europe in London's Park Lane on June 30.

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Soccer - The World Cup - Missing Trophy - London Featured Print

Soccer - The World Cup - Missing Trophy - London

David Corbett, (26), a lighterman of Upper Norwood, London holds a cheque for 500 given to him by Bob Hales, Director of Gilletts UK Marketing, the reward having been offered by the Gillette Safety Razor Company for the recovery of the World Cup soccer trophy. Pictured is Mr Corbett with his wife Jeanne and their dog "Pickles" who became Britain's canine hero after finding the trophy in Mr Corbett's garden.