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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Michael Gallery

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

Choose from 124 pictures in our Michael 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.


Soccer - Tottenham Hotspur - Photocall - White Hart Lane Featured Print

Soccer - Tottenham Hotspur - Photocall - White Hart Lane

Tottenham Hotspur squad for the 1979-80 season. (back row l-r) Don McAllister, Glenn Hoddle, Ricardo Villa, Mark Kendall, John Lacy, Colin Lee, Barry Daines, Mark Falco, Gerry Armstrong and Terry Naylor. (2nd from back row l-r) Mark Varney (Physiotherapist), Tony Chambers, Chris Jones, Tony Galvin, Gary O'Reilly, Milija Aleksic, Paul Miller, George Mazzon, Garry Brooke, John Wallis (trainer) and Pat Welton (assistant manager). (second from front row l-r) Kevin Dickenson, Osvaldo Ardiles, Stuart Beavon, Gordon Smith, Steve Perryman (captain), Keith Burkinshaw (manager), Sidney Wale (Chairman), John Pratt, Jim Holmes, Paul Grayling, Mike Hazard and Terry Emms. (front row l-r) Jimmy Bolton, Ian Crook, Peter Southey, Pat Corbett, Alex Hamill, Tony Parks, John Cooper, Chris Harvey and Terry Gibson

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1983 Cabinet Featured Print

1983 Cabinet

The new Cabinet of Mrs Thatcher's Conservative government. *Standing from left, Chief Whip, Mr John Wakeham ; Agriculture Minister, Mr Michael Jopling ; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Lord Cockfield ; Employment Secretary, Mr Norman Tebbit ; Lord Privy Seal, Mr John Biffen ; Welsh Secretary, Mr Nicholas Edwards ; Environment Secretary, Mr Patrick Jenkin ; Social Services Secretary, Mr Norman Fowler ; Trade and Industry Secretary, Mr Cecil Parkinson ; Transport Secretary, Mr Tom King ; Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Mr Peter Rees ; and Secretary to to the Cabinet, Sir Robert Armstrong. Seated from left, Defence Secretary Mr Michael Heseltine ; Northern Ireland Secretary Mr James Prior ; Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr Nigel Lawson ; Foreign Secretary, Sir Geoffrey Howe ; Lord President, Viscount Whitelaw ; Premier Mrs Margaret Thatcher ; Lord Chancellor, Lord Hailsham ; Home Secretary, Mr Leon Brittan ; Education Secretary, Sir Keith Jospeh ; Energy Secretary, Mr Peter Walker ; and Scottish Secretary, Mr George Younger

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On this day in History - The Jackson 5 make TV Debut Featured Print

On this day in History - The Jackson 5 make TV Debut

21/02/1970: The Jackson 5 make their TV debut on American Bandstand MICHAEL JACKSON (CENTRE) WITH HIS BROTHERS L-R: MARLON, JACKIE, RANDY AND TITO "THE JACKSON FIVE" AT HEATHORW AIRPORT, LONDON ARRIVING FROM AMSTERDAM FOR THEIR BRITISH TOUR. * 8/1/2001: Michael Jackson is to record and tour again with a reunited Jackson 5, his brother Jermaine has claimed in a radio interview, it was reported. Jermaine told Sirius Satellite Radio in Las Vegas that the legendary soul group would play together for the first time since 1984

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