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A selection of Australian historical images created in the early 1800s to more contemporary 1990s imagery

Choose from 146 pictures in our Vintage 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.

Death Of Cricket Featured Vintage Print

Death Of Cricket

1882: A newspaper obituary on the death of English cricket which appeared after England lost the 1882 Test Match against Australia. The bales were burnt and the ashes placed in an urn to become 'The Ashes' for which Australia and England compete. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Australian cricket team in England, 1886 Featured Vintage Print

Australian cricket team in England, 1886

Vintage engraving of Australian cricket team in England, 1886. Back row (l-r) George Giffen, Fred Spofforth, Major Benjamin Wardill (manager). Middle row (l-r) Frank Farrands (umpire), Bates (scorer), William Bruce, John McIlwraith, Tom Garrett, Edwin Evans, John Trumble, Salter (scorer), Bob Thoms (umpire). Front row (l-r) George Bonnor, Jack Blackham, Henry Scott, Affie Jarvis, Sammy Jones, George Palmer

© Copyright of Duncan P Walker

Sinking of the RMS Quetta, 1890 Featured Vintage Print

Sinking of the RMS Quetta, 1890

Vintage engraving of the RMS Quetta was a Royal Mail Ship that was wrecked on the Far North Queensland coast on 28 February 1890. Quetta's sinking killed 134 of the 292 people on board, and so this resulted in one of Queensland's biggest maritime catastrophes. The Graphic, 1890

© duncan1890

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