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Mrs Pankhurst's Purple Feather
Few, today, are aware that Britain's biggest conservation charity, the RSPB, was born through the determined efforts of a handful of women, led by the indomitable Mrs Lemon. While the suff...
My Family History : A 10 generation family research record book with pedigree charts
'My Family Record Book' is an efficient and attractive method of recording and displaying the result of family history research and a...
My Family Tree
Every family has its own story and an increasing number of us are taking the time to search out these histories and record them for this and future generations. My Family Tree is a beautifully designed bo...
National Union Of Women's Suffrage Coaster
Coasters are made in heat, stain and scratch resistant melamine with 3.2mm hardboard and cork backing. Heat resistant to 145°c. Dimensions: L: 98mm, W: 98mm
Off With Their Heads: All the Cool Bits in British History
Off With Their Heads, the follow-up to the bestselling Thirty Days Has September, is bursting with the best bits from British history. This book will inspire a ...
Orange Tree Christmas Cards
Make your Christmas greeting both botanical and historical this year with this lovely pack of ten Christmas cards featuring a Percier watercolour illustration of an orange tree. A tall elegan...
Eric Kennington Parachutes Mini Jigsaw
Parachutes, 1941, by Eric Kennington (1888–1960)
Formed in 1939, the War Artists Advisory Committee ran Britain’s official war art program and commissioned works from the co...
Peterloo: The Story of the Manchester Massacre
On a hot late summer's day, a crowd of 60,000 gathered in St Peter's Field. They came from all over Lancashire - ordinary working-class men, women and children - walking to...
This mug commemorates Peterloo. In 1819 a crowd of 70,000 gathered peacefully in St Peter's Field Manchester to demand political reform. At the request of magistrates they were charged by cavalry; 15 lost t...
Peterloo Tea Towel
This tea towel commemorates Peterloo. In 1819 a crowd of 70,000 gathered peacefully in St Peter's Field Manchester to demand political reform. At the request of magistrates they were charged by cavalr...
Photograph/Memorabilia Album with 5 Mixed Polypockets
Quality binder album, in heavy grained & padded PVC with 4 'D' rings. Will hold up to 40 polypropylene pages.
Please note that album colours are supplied according ...
Physical Training Simplified
This handbook of physical fitness from the Edwardian age is both refreshingly practical and amusingly eccentric. Dynamic good health is the aim - not giant muscles - and much care and attent...
Pig : Tales from an Organic Farm
'Anyone who has any interest in what we eat, how we produce it or how we should manage the landscape for our children should read this book' Monty DonWhat is it about the humble pig that...
Build A Pirate Galleon Kit
Build a pirate’s galleon. Includes a treasure map. In a study re-usable treasure chest which doubles as a money box! Dimensions: 9.9 x 15.5 x 9.1cm
Princess Elizabeth's Wedding Day Reproduction 1947 Pitkin Guide
A re-release of the first ever Pitkin title, published by Mr Pitkin in 1947 to celebrate the wedding day of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip in Westmin...
Quaffing Monk Illumination Coaster
Featuring a whimsical motif of a monk enjoying a well earned break.
5mm (0.2") cork backing
100mm x 100mm (3.9" x 3.9")
Made in Great Britain
Quaffing Monks Tea Towel
Quaffing monks design on a stylish and practical tea towel.
•Made in England
•74 cm x 48 cm (29" x 19")
•Comes with loop for hanging
Quick Training For War
In this fascinating little book, Baden-Powell uses his extensive military experience and memories of service in Africa to distill soldiering down to 'the four C-s': Courage, Common sense, Cunning ...
RAF Centenary Pencil
A Spitfire fighter plane made from pewter mounted on a dark blue pencil. The pencil is printed with 'Battle Of Britain July-October 1940' and the silhouette of a Spitfire..
RAF Centenary Badge Silver Coin
In 1918, The Royal Mint was striking the medals that paid tribute to the brave men and women of the Royal Air Force who played their part as the First World War drew to a close. Now, 100 ...