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Choose from 114 pictures in our Leather 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.


Music - The Bee Gees - 1967 Featured Print

Music - The Bee Gees - 1967

The Bee Gees pop group, twins Robin (left) and Maurice Gibb (right) their brother, Barry (centre) of Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester, Lancashire and Vince Melouney of Sydney and Colin Peterson (foreground left to right) of Kinearoy, Queenland, Australia are now top of the pops.

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Soccer - World Cup Footballs - Wakefield, Yorkshire Featured Print

Soccer - World Cup Footballs - Wakefield, Yorkshire

Approximately four footballs can be made from this hide held up by Arnold Goldthorpe at Slazenger's tannery in Yorkshire. Slazenger's Challenge 25 Panel football has been selected for all matches in the 1966 World Cup and comes in three colours - orange for daylight, and white and yellow for floodlit games. Each football will be made from the finest cowhide processed in the company's own tannery in Yorkshire, and hand-stitched by experienced craftsmen.

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Soccer - World Cup Footballs - Horbury Bridge, Wakefield Featured Print

Soccer - World Cup Footballs - Horbury Bridge, Wakefield

Christine Rawson, 18, from Wakefield, Yorkshire, displays footballs manufactured for the World Cup at Slazenger's factory at Horbury Bridge. Slazenger's Challenge 25 Panel football has been selected for all matches in the 1966 World Cup and comes in three colours - orange for daylight, and white and yellow for floodlit games. Each football will be made from the finest cowhide processed in the company's own tannery in Yorkshire, and hand-stitched by experienced craftsmen. Christine, a short-hand typist at the factory, often appears in the BBC's Come Dancing.

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