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Smile Gallery

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Choose from 126 pictures in our Smile 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.


1960s Michael Epps of Quernmore Road Bromley Kent is setting out with his girlfriend Miss Featured Print

1960s Michael Epps of Quernmore Road Bromley Kent is setting out with his girlfriend Miss

Michael Epps of Quernmore Road Bromley Kent is setting out with his girlfriend Miss Hill Harding of Minster Road Bromley this weekend for the Italian Capital The trip with all expenses paid was won by Michael for answering all the questions correctly in a National Road Safety competition
Whilst in Rome the couple will see something of the Olympics and Michael is to compete in an International Scooter Rally
26 August 1960

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An American boy heir to the Austrian throne. From Reno, Nevada, 12 year old Harvey Featured Print

An American boy heir to the Austrian throne. From Reno, Nevada, 12 year old Harvey

An American boy heir to the Austrian throne. From Reno, Nevada, 12 year old Harvey Marois Richard Leon George Burrows is revealed as a potential candidate to the throne of Austria - but not if his American father can help it. The strange story has it s origins in the fact that his mother, Mrs Burrows, was Maria Magdelina, the daughter of the late Prince Johann of Austria, who was the Archduke of Albrecht, and the brother of Emperor Franz Joseph. Now John Burrows, father of the boy and a divorce attorney in Reno, reveals that the Monarchist Party in Austria wants to take young Harvey back to Austria and run him for Emperor against Otto, alleged pretender to the throne. In this photograph Harvey Burrows practices with an axe on a piece of wood what he could do to the Austrian throne.
13 July 1931

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Youngest Car Driver in France Charles Goujon a schoolboy of 10 of Cleres Normandy Featured Print

Youngest Car Driver in France Charles Goujon a schoolboy of 10 of Cleres Normandy

Youngest Car Driver in France
Charles Goujon a schoolboy of 10 of Cleres Normandy, the youngest motor driver in France to be granted a license. To pass the test he manouevred a 30 H P car with ease
1 August 1922

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