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Images Dated 6th December 2004

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Choose from 97 pictures in our Images Dated 6th December 2004 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.


Wally Hammond (Gloucestershire & England) Featured 6 Dec 2004 Print

Wally Hammond (Gloucestershire & England)

Walter Wally Hammond (Gloucestershire and England cricketer) 1929.
Played 85 tests for England over a 20 year period. Considered by many to be England's greatest ever batsman, his test average of 58.45 is the second highest of any Englishman.
His 10 catches in a match in 1928 still stands as a record as does his 78 catches in the same season.
Credit : Colorsport

© colorsport

Nightingale Nurses Featured 6 Dec 2004 Print

Nightingale Nurses

A contemporary cartoonist's view of nurses tending wounded soldiers during the Crimean war, circa 1855. The nurses are referred to as Nightingale nurses after Florence Nightingale, who was responsible for reforming hospitals and nursing techniques during the war. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2004 Getty Images

Rhesus MACAQUE MONKEY - Close-up of head Featured 6 Dec 2004 Print

Rhesus MACAQUE MONKEY - Close-up of head

DH-3516
Rhesus MACAQUE MONKEY - Close-up of head
Nilgiri Hills, part of the Western Ghats. Southwest India, Asia
Macaca mulatta
Found from Afghanistan through India to northern Thailand. Their name was given to the hereditary blood antigen Rh-factor also found in humans. They are often used in research eg biological, medical and psychological. They are omnivorous and may cause damage to crops. Hindus for whom animals are sacred do little to prevent damage.
Don Hadden
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