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Images Dated 2011

Choose from 237 pictures in our Images Dated 2011 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Sailor, 1950 Featured 2011 Image

The Sailor, 1950

Player's Navy Cut rectangular covered counter-card featuring a reproduction of a painting of the Navy Cut sailor with "HMS EXCELLENT" written on his cap. Beneath the sailor is a box of text surrounded by images of the two ships from the Navy Cut trademark and the trademark at the bottom. Text in the box reads: "The familiar Player's Sailor figure // symbolises all that is dependable and worth- // while in tobacco manufacture. In the // cigarette world he stands for Player's Navy // Cut - a name rendered justly famous for // the excellence and quality it gives to smokers." The counter-card features a faux-wood border

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England

Two racehorses with grooms and hounds in the park at Newstead Abbey, by Peter Tillemans, 1724 Featured 2011 Image

Two racehorses with grooms and hounds in the park at Newstead Abbey, by Peter Tillemans, 1724

One of a pair of sporting paintings depicting the 4th Lord Byron's racehorses and their grooms in the grounds at Newstead Abbey. The two horses are shown full-length walking in profile to the viewer's left, a young groom in red costume and carrying a riding crop in his right hand astride the gray horse; a second groom on foot, his back to the viewer, leads the other horse. In the foreground three dogs stand or run. In the background are the west and south facades of the Abbey with a view into the Great Garden beyond. Three horses exercise in the middle distance. Oil on canvas in 20th-c

© Nottingham City Museums and Galleries

Roll Call tobacco and cigarettes, 1922 Featured 2011 Image

Roll Call tobacco and cigarettes, 1922

Player's Roll Call cigarettes and tobacco, pull-out counter card roughly in the shape of a pyramid. The central section depicts a soldier in eighteenth century uniform with a cockade on his hat, smoking a short stemmed clay pipe. Above this picture is a rectangular banner which reads "PLAYER'S // "ROLL CALL" ". The back section stands higher than the banner and shows packs of Roll Call tobacco and cigarettes. The front section, when extended, forms two half-sections of a frame for the picture. On the left hand side is the text "Tobacco // 91/D // per oz." and on the right hand side is the text "Cigarettes // 2D // per packet of // 5". Along the bottom are packs of tobacco and cigarettes. On the reverse is a mechanism to support the extended card and a label which reads "MARDONS // WINDOW NOVELTIES // EMBOSSED SHOWCARDS / &C, &C // VARNISHERS // GELATINERS & FRAME MAKERS // BRISTOL & LONDON."

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England