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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Quintessentially Gallery

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

Choose from 75 pictures in our Quintessentially 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.


Youth Groups - Boy Scouts - Leaping Scout - West Yorkshire Featured Print

Youth Groups - Boy Scouts - Leaping Scout - West Yorkshire

Life long scout, 79 year-old George Corner, jumps over his personal pillar-box in the garden of his home in Batley, West Yorkshire. He bought the box from the Post Office so he can keep in trim for his "woggle-hopping", the top of the box normally reaches the woggle of his scout's neckerchief. He recently raised 1, 000 for handicapped children from leap frogging over the mail boxes

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British Postal Service - Drive Through Post Office - Leicester Featured Print

British Postal Service - Drive Through Post Office - Leicester

Britain's first drive through Post Office in Leicester, which opened today. All transactions which are straight forward and short, from the sale of stamps to the payment of pensions, can be carried out at the window. First motorist customer was Miss Mervyn Pike, Assistant Postmaster-General, who posted a parcel containing a pork pie to the Postmaster-General, Reginald Bevins

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News - Typewriter Business Venture - Alec and Eric Bedser - Woking Featured Print

News - Typewriter Business Venture - Alec and Eric Bedser - Woking

Surrey's famous cricketing twins Alec (left) and Eric Bedser prepare for their next tour of Australia at a typewriter shop in Woking. They are sailing for Australia tomorrow, not to play cricket but to try to sell typewriters. The twins have started this business ready for the day when they can no longer play first-class cricket

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