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Implement Gallery

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

Choose from 161 pictures in our Implement 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.


Lord Edward Herbert Gascoyne-Cecil Featured Print

Lord Edward Herbert Gascoyne-Cecil

Lord Edward Herbert Gascoyne-Cecil - Distinguished and highly decorated soldier. As colonial administrator in Egypt and advisor to the Liberal government he helped to implement Army reforms (18671918). Part of Box 63 Boswell collection. Celebrities of the day.
circa 1885

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

1885, Administrator, Advisor, Army, Cecil, Celebrities, Colonial, Day, Decorated, Distinguished, Edward, Egypt, Gascoyne, Government, Helped, Herbert, Highly, Implement, Lantern, Liberal, Lord, Reforms, Slide, Soldier

Firefighters in action, Waterden Road, London N1 Featured Print

Firefighters in action, Waterden Road, London N1

Firefighters in action, Waterden Road, London N1, 23 January 1956. The basement windows had been bricked up, which caused delay in reaching the seat of the fire. Showing the men at work with sledgehammers and other implements, breaking through the brickwork. Date: 1956

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

1950s, 1956, 50s, Action, Basement, Breaking, Bricked, Bricks, Brickwork, Brigade, Dark, Delay, Equipment, Fifties, Fire, Firefighter, Firefighters, Firefighting, Fireman, Firemen, Historical, History, Hose, Hosepipe, Hosepipes, Hoses, Implement, Implements, January, Lantern, Lfb, London, Man, Men, N1, Night, Road, Service, Sledgehammer, Sledgehammers, Tool, Tools, Waterden, Window, Windows, Work

Socketed Axehead, 1200-700 BC (copper alloy) Featured Print

Socketed Axehead, 1200-700 BC (copper alloy)

469314 Socketed Axehead, 1200-700 BC (copper alloy) by Bronze Age (2000-600 BC); Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, Devon, UK; (add.info.: This axe was a woodworking tool but could have been used as a weapon. The wooden handle fitted into the hollow socket at the base of the axehead and was then bound on tightly with cord. From Pondground Quarry, Holcombe Rogus, Westleigh, Devon, England.); out of copyright.

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