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Choose a picture from our 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.


The French Crown Featured Print

The French Crown

The various crowns of France used from the 6th century (numbers 1 and 2) to the 11th (12 and 13). Crown number 4 is from the 7th Century, and 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, and 15 are ninth century. Crowns numbers 5, 8, 10, 14, and 16 are 10th century. Original Artwork: Drawing and engraved by Ferdinand Sere for 'Le Moyen Age et la Renaissance' by P Lacroix. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Cacti, chromolithograph, published in 1900 Featured Print

Cacti, chromolithograph, published in 1900

Cacti: 1) Cereus flagelliformis; 2) Bottle cactus (Hariota salicornioides); 3) Schlumbergera gaertneri (Epiphyllum truncatum); 4) Barbados gooseberry (Pereskia aculeata); 5) Mistletoe cactus (Rhipsalis baccifera, or Rhipsalis sarmentacea); 6) Rhipsalis cassutha; 7) Rainbow pincushion (Mammillaria rhodantha); 8) Leuchtenbergia principis; 9) Ferocactus hamatacanthus (or Echinocactus longihamatus); 10) Echinopsis cinnabarina; 11) Pachycereus marginatus (or Cereus gemmatus); 12) Carnegiea gigantea (or Cereus giganteus); 13) Pelecyphora aselliformis; 14) Opuntia tuna; 15) Cereus grandiflorus; 16) Melon cactus (Melocactus intortus, or Melocactus communis); 17) Old man cactus (Cephalocereus senilis); 18) Echinocactus longihamatus; 20) Ariocarpus retusus; 21) Opuntia cochenillifera, or Nopalea coccinelhifera; 22) Echinocereus procumbens. Chromolithograph, published in 1900.

March - Tossing the Pancake Featured Print

March - Tossing the Pancake

A Victorian cook, kitchen maid and the family of the house enjoying the traditional Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) pancake tossing excitement in the kitchen. From “The Comic Almanack for 1837: An Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest Containing All Things Fitting For Such Work by Rigdum Funnidos, Gent. - Adorned with a dozen of ‘Righte Merrie’ Cuts pertaining to the Months, and an Hieroglyphic, by George Cruikshank.” Published in London by Charles Tilt ‘Bibliopolist’, 1836.

© Linda Steward