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

Choose from 40 pictures in our Instruments 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.

Social - 'Peace Convoy' - Savernake Forest - Marlborough Featured Print

Social - "Peace Convoy" - Savernake Forest - Marlborough

Hippies photographed at Savernake Forest on the day the Earl of Cardigan strongly denied inviting 'Peace Convoy' hippies to camp on his family land about 20 miles from clashes between hippies and the police near Stonehenge. What he did, so he said, was to refuse a police request for the area to be declared a no-go are for hippies, following the weekend's confrontations he had refused a police move to bring in riot squads to "finish unfinished business" but his actions had been misinterpreted as active encouragement for hippies to set up a camp at a Forestry Commission picnic site on his land.

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Music - The Beatles - Jimmie Nichol Featured Print

Music - The Beatles - Jimmie Nichol

Drummer Jimmie Nicol, 24, who is filling in for Ringo Starr after he collapsed during a photographic session at Barnes Studio. Nicol is pictured during a quick rehearsal in London with other members of the group Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison. He will deputise for Ringo on the Beatles tour to Denmark and Holland.


Edward Heath Downing St 1972 Featured Print

Edward Heath Downing St 1972

Prime Minister Edward Heath enjoying a performance by the bowler-hatted Philanderers outside his official London residence, Number 10 Downing Street. * 24/10/00: Sir Edward Heath is to retire from Parliament at the next general election after more than 50 years as an MP. As the Father of the House - its longest serving Member - Sir Edward conducted the arduous procedure to elect the new Speaker. Despite his age, Sir Edward is a regular attender at the Commons, an occasional speaker - always without notes and invariably witty - and never misses an opportunity to proclaim his pro-European views.