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Districts Gallery

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

Choose from 30 pictures in our Districts 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.


Maps Spanish Armada 16 21 July 1588 Two cards Featured Print

Maps Spanish Armada 16 21 July 1588 Two cards

Maps of the Spanish Armada (16 and 21 July 1588), Two cards (I-II) with the Spanish fleet in the Channel below the coast of Cornwall and Devon, within an ornamental frame. At the top in the frame is a medallion with the portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, flanked by the personifications of History and Fame, seated between weapons (spears, shields, banners). Under the medallion hangs a cartouche with the Anchor of Hope, the arms of the English Admiralty, surrounded by the four winds. Among them Neptunus pulled in his wagon by two horses and accompanied by two men with fish tails. In the right corner of the left card, Britannia sits with two putti by a rock by the water. One of the two putti looks out over the sea with binoculars. On the right Minerva card and a putti with the Charles Howard coat of arms. The show is part of a book about the Spanish Armada and the carpets that were made for it by Howard, battle (naval force), personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc, weapons, (story of) Minerva ( Pallas, Athena), (story of) Neptune (Poseidon), binoculars, spy-glass, armorial bearing, heraldry, English Channel, Elizabeth I Tudor (Queen of England), Charles Howard, John Pine (mentioned on object), London, 24-Jun-1739, paper, etching, h 192 mm × w 239 mm × h 181 mm × w 238 mm × h 380 mm × w 618 mm

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TRAVELLING IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY. Colonial India The Madras Presidency, officially Featured Print

TRAVELLING IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY. Colonial India The Madras Presidency, officially

TRAVELLING IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY. Colonial India The Madras Presidency, officially the Presidency of Fort St. George and also known as Madras Province, was an administrative subdivision of British India. At its greatest extent, the presidency included much of southern India, including the present-day Indian State of Tamil Nadu, the Malabar region of North Kerala, Lakshadweep Islands, the Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions of Andhra Pradesh, Ganjam, Malkangiri, Koraput, Rayagada, Nabarangapur and Gajapati districts of southern Orissa and the Bellary, Dakshina Kannada, and Udupi districts of Karnataka. The presidency had its winter capital at Madras and summer capital at Ootacamund. India

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