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I took this image with a Canon EOS 20D - way back - with the help of a tripod and the self-timer set to 10 secs. It made the front page of the CXpress Garden Route Newspaper in 2009.

I took this image with a Canon EOS 20D - way back - with the help of a tripod and the self-timer set to 10 secs. It made the front page of the CXpress Garden Route Newspaper in 2009.

Pysgotwr (fisherman), Welsh, c. 1875. Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Pysgotwr Ffotograffydd/Photographer: John Thomas (1838-1905) Dyddiad/Date: [ca. 1875].  Cyfrwng/Medium: Negydd gwydr / Glass negative

Pysgotwr (fisherman), Welsh, c. 1875. Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Pysgotwr Ffotograffydd/Photographer: John Thomas (1838-1905) Dyddiad/Date: [ca. 1875]. Cyfrwng/Medium: Negydd gwydr / Glass negative

A large and superb vintage old pop or soda label with a gambling / racing theme. Tote - The Sportsmans Tonic would no doubt have gone down well at any race meeting. Lovely scene of a race meeting with horses, jockey ad stand with the winner running into a large horseshoe. Its a testament to the clever marketing and advertising of yesteryear. Take a cheap to produce bottle of soda, flavoured with syrup and rebadge it as a "Sportsman Tonic". Yep, Tote is yet another vanished drink!

A large and superb vintage old pop or soda label with a gambling / racing theme. Tote - The Sportsmans Tonic would no doubt have gone down well at any race meeting. Lovely scene of a race meeting with horses, jockey ad stand with the winner running into a large horseshoe. Its a testament to the clever marketing and advertising of yesteryear. Take a cheap to produce bottle of soda, flavoured with syrup and rebadge it as a "Sportsman Tonic". Yep, Tote is yet another vanished drink!

Three Welsh Coal Miners Just Up from the Pits After a Day's Work in Coal Mine in Wales

Three Welsh Coal Miners Just Up from the Pits After a Day's Work in Coal Mine in Wales

Pent up in shallow places  by David Carpinini - Professor David Lawrence Carpanini is a highly acclaimed contemporary Welsh painter, draughtsman, printmaker and teacher.

Pent up in shallow places by David Carpinini - Professor David Lawrence Carpanini is a highly acclaimed contemporary Welsh painter, draughtsman, printmaker and teacher.

An old husband and wife    Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Hen wr a gwraig  Ffotograffydd/Photographer: John Thomas (1838-1905)  Dyddiad/Date: [ca. 1875]

An old husband and wife Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Hen wr a gwraig Ffotograffydd/Photographer: John Thomas (1838-1905) Dyddiad/Date: [ca. 1875]

Real Bobs Sauce is simply one of the best old sauce labels I have ever owned. Its very early too as it is shellaced ie covered in a thin glaze. Centre stage is Soldier Bob in his tropical fighting gear inc his pith helmet. There is no makers name but label was printed in Adelaide so this is another great Downunder label....unusually it also came with its companion neck label.....

Real Bobs Sauce is simply one of the best old sauce labels I have ever owned. Its very early too as it is shellaced ie covered in a thin glaze. Centre stage is Soldier Bob in his tropical fighting gear inc his pith helmet. There is no makers name but label was printed in Adelaide so this is another great Downunder label....unusually it also came with its companion neck label.....

André E. Marty, Aug. 1930 | 11 Famous Artists Who Created Gorgeous "Vogue" Covers

11 Famous Artists Who Created Gorgeous "Vogue" Covers

André E. Marty, Aug. 1930 | 11 Famous Artists Who Created Gorgeous "Vogue" Covers

John Player and Sons – from back of card: “Comprises that part of the principality south of Montgomery, and includes the counties of Cardigan, Pembroke, Carmarthen, Radnor, Brecknock, and Glamorgan. Agriculture is extensively carried on. It has vast mineral resources, which comprise coal, ironstone, limestone, slate, lead, and iron. Mining and smelting are chiefly confined to Glamorgan. Woollensandhats are manufactures in Brecknockshire. – Population, 1,229,143

John Player and Sons – from back of card: “Comprises that part of the principality south of Montgomery, and includes the counties of Cardigan, Pembroke, Carmarthen, Radnor, Brecknock, and Glamorgan. Agriculture is extensively carried on. It has vast mineral resources, which comprise coal, ironstone, limestone, slate, lead, and iron. Mining and smelting are chiefly confined to Glamorgan. Woollensandhats are manufactures in Brecknockshire. – Population, 1,229,143

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