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Mini Gallery

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

Choose from 65 pictures in our Mini 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.


60s fashion/Mini skirt-Beat Girls Featured Print

60s fashion/Mini skirt-Beat Girls

Television's 'Beat Girls' dance troupe - Dee-Dee Wilde, Lorelly Harris, Diana South, Babs Lord, Penny Fergusson and Felicity Colby - "take off" at London Airport, where they were leaving for Venice with the Luvvers pop group. They are schedlued to perform at a lavish party planned by Universal Pictures after the premiere of 'Farenheit 451', the official British entry at the Venice Film Festival. * Wearing dazzle-striped mini-skirts, white sweaters and white boots. Sixties fashion (60s). Mini skirt.

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Miniature Bicycle - Kidderminster, Worcestershire Featured Print

Miniature Bicycle - Kidderminster, Worcestershire

Alf Tabb, 83, of Kidderminster, rides his smallest bicycle, which is only 5-and-a-half inches high. He offers 5 to anyone who can ride it, but he has beaten all challengers so far. For 25 years he delivered copes of the London Evening News by bicycle, before moving to Worcestershire to start a cycle business.

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Science and Technology - Television and Radio 1966 Show - Sinclair Microvision - Earls Court, London Featured Print

Science and Technology - Television and Radio 1966 Show - Sinclair Microvision - Earls Court, London

Carol Sinclair with a mini portable television set that slips easily into the pocket is on display at the trade-only Television and Radio 1966 Show at Earls Court, London. The mini TV receiver is the Sinclair Microvision, claimed to be the world's first complete pocket TV set. Carol is sister-in-law of the set's designer, Clive Sinclair, a 26-year-old Cambridge electronics engineer.

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