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Images Dated 2001

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Choose from 276 pictures in our Images Dated 2001 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.


St Pauls Cathedral dominates the view of the area north of Cannon Street (left) Rebuilding Featured 2001 Print

St Pauls Cathedral dominates the view of the area north of Cannon Street (left) Rebuilding

St Pauls Cathedral dominates the view of the area north of Cannon Street (left) Rebuilding is now well underway on sites bombed during the blitz. In the immediate foreground will be "Watling House" (A block of offices) and behind on the left more offices (Gateway House). Running from right foreground to St Pauls is Watling Street. On the right of this can be seen steelwork for new offices of the Bank of England 18th July 1954

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Cartoon by Sax The man has his first day of being a house husband Featured 2001 Print

Cartoon by Sax The man has his first day of being a house husband

Cartoon by Sax
The man has his first day of being a house husband.
"Maybe this was not such a good idea after all. When she said her career was more important, I thought I was in for an easy ride." Usually paying little or no attention to political correctness, Sax cartoons are often saucy and irreverent, often a sly look at gender relations, marriage, men, women, drinking, restaurants, family life, health, flirting, adultery, neighbours.... Funny, bawdy, rude, skillfully executed by a gifted cartoonist his images have tremendous energy and are easy to "get" the joke. humour, funny, naughty

© TopFoto.co.uk / Sax

self defence. Cartoon by Sax Usually paying little or no attention to political correctness Featured 2001 Print

self defence. Cartoon by Sax Usually paying little or no attention to political correctness

self defence. Cartoon by Sax Usually paying little or no attention to political correctness, Sax cartoons are often saucy and irreverent, often a sly look at gender relations, marriage, men, women, drinking, restaurants, family life, health, flirting, adultery, neighbours.... Funny, bawdy, rude, skillfully executed by a gifted cartoonist his images have tremendous energy and are easy to "get" the joke. humour, funny, naughty

© TopFoto.co.uk / Sax