RM2JDBBMM–File photo dated 05-07-1968 of Australian Rod Laver with the trophy after he had beaten fellow Australian Tony Roche in the final. Many of the top players did not play at the grand slams for most of the 1960s after turning professional. When tennis ditched its amateur status, the sport came back together, and Australian great Rod Laver picked up where he left off by lifting the trophy again. Issue date: Monday June 20, 2022.
RM2HJHXT7–File photo dated 16/6/1969 of Queen Elizabeth II riding her horse Burmese to inspect the 1st Battalion, Scots Guards, during the Trooping the Colour ceremony at Horse Guards Parade to mark the official birthday of The Queen. More than any other interest, horses and ponies have been the Queen's passion throughout her long life. Issue date: Sunday January 30, 2022.
RM2HBY3FF–File photo dated 16/12/1968 of Sally Ann Howes, who has died aged 91, pictured at the Royal world premiere of the film 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' at the Odeon, Leicester Square, London. Issue date: Wednesday December 22, 2021.
RM2HAYWKD–File photo dated 10-07-1966 of England's Roger Hunt during a training session at Wembley FC. Issue date: Thursday December 16, 2020.
RM2HA3B43–File photo dated 20/4/1969 of Prince Charles looking at a wall display at Aberystwyth University College, Wales, where he was beginning a nine week course. The Prince has returned to open Aberystwyth University's new School of Veterinary Science. Issue date: Friday December 10, 2021.
RM2GNYYAM–File photo dated 10-07-1966 of England's Roger Hunt. Issue date: Tuesday September 28, 2021.
RM2GP0042–File photo dated 10-07-1966 of England's Roger Hunt. Issue date: Tuesday September 28, 2021.
RM2F88E67–File photo dated 01/04/66 of Shirley Williams in her office at the Ministry of Labour. The former cabinet minister and Liberal Democrat peer, Baroness Williams of Crosby, has died aged 90, the Liberal Democrats have said. Issue date: Monday April 12, 2021.
RM2E0DHJP–File photo dated 20/05/67 of then Chelsea Manager Tommy Docherty (left) and then Tottenham Hotspur manager Bill Nicholson leading their teams onto the pitch for the FA Cup final. Mr Docherty has died at the age of 92 following a long illness.
RM2DATAKC–File photo dated 21/03/99 of veteran entertainer Des O'Connor (centre) with Eric Morecambe (left) and Ernie Wise (right). Des O'Connor, who sadly passed away on Saturday 14 November aged 88. His agent confirmed he had been admitted to hospital just over a week ago, following a fall at his home in Buckinghamshire. Unfortunately yesterday evening his condition suddenly deteriorated and he drifted peacefully away in his sleep.
RM2DATAXD–File photo dated 09/11/84 of (Left to Right) comedians Jimmy Tarbuck, Des O'Connor, Ernie Wise and Bruce Forsyth at the London Palladium. Des O'Connor (2nd from left), sadly passed away on Saturday 14 November aged 88. His agent confirmed he had been admitted to hospital just over a week ago, following a fall at his home in Buckinghamshire. Unfortunately yesterday evening his condition suddenly deteriorated and he drifted peacefully away in his sleep.
RM2DATAAR–File photo dated 27/02/78 of veteran entertainer Des O'Connor (right) with Eric Morecambe, in the Wellington Hospital, London. Des O'Connor, who sadly passed away on Saturday 14 November aged 88. His agent confirmed he had been admitted to hospital just over a week ago, following a fall at his home in Buckinghamshire. Unfortunately yesterday evening his condition suddenly deteriorated and he drifted peacefully away in his sleep.
RM2CH8A6C–The Severn Bridge, spanning the River Severn and River Wye between Aust, South Gloucestershire (just north of Bristol) in England, and Chepstow, Monmouthshire in South Wales, via Beachley, Gloucestershire, a peninsula between the two rivers. It is the original Severn road crossing between England and Wales and began construction in 1961 at a cost of £8 million.
RM2CH8HHM–English actress Carol White, who appeared in the films 'Cathy Come Home' (1966) and 'Poor Cow' (1967).
RM2CH8HHR–English actress Carol White, who appeared in the films 'Cathy Come Home' (1966) and 'Poor Cow' (1967).
RM2CG8M77–John Steed, played by Patrick Macnee, faces a firing squad in 'Esprit de Corps', the penultimate episode of the third Avengers series.
RMG9NPAC–Soccer - Nottingham Forest - City Ground
RMG8KYCN–Chartwell Manor in Westerham, Kent, former home of the late Winston Churchill. Picture shows the card table in the drawing room, on which is a cigar box (Cubans) and playing cards with Sir Winston Churchill's name on the back. The house will be open to the public as of June 21st 1966.
RMG8J23H–John Sydenham - Southampton - The Dell
RMG8J23K–John Sydenham - Southampton - The Dell. John Sydenham, Southampton, pictured at The Dell.
RMG8H91E–Prince Albert signs the Freemen's Roll when he received the Freedom of the City of London.
RMG8H90W–Prince Albert shakes hands with members on his departure from Lloyds.
RMG8G9AC–The Duke of York - Kidlington Bacon Factory - Oxfordshire
RMG8G99W–The Duke of York - Royal Wedding - Belgrade
RMG8G99M–The Duke of York - Docklands - London
RMG8G99J–The Duke of York - Golf Tournament at Ton Pentre, South Wales. The Duke of York's golf match with Frank Hodges MP at Ton Pentre in South Wales.
RMG8G99E–The Duke of York - Golf Tournament at Ton Pentre, South Wales
RMG8G999–The Duke of York inspects some pottery during a visit to the Wedgwood company in Stoke-on-Trent.
RMG8G998–The Duke of York inspects some pottery during a visit to the Wedgwood company in Stoke-on-Trent.
RMG8G99B–The Duke of York - Wedgwood Pottery - Stoke-on-Trent
RMG8G97H–The Duke of York - St. John's Ambulance - Hyde Park, London
RMG8G96T–The Duke of York examines the work of an 80-year-old staff member at the boot factory of Crockett & Jones in Northampton.
RMG8G96M–The Duke and Duchess of York open the bowling green in the new Recreation Ground of the Corporation Tramway at Parkhead, Glasgow.
RMG8G964–The Duke of York drives a tram to the depot through crowded streets after the opening of the new recreation ground of the Corporation Tramway Department in Glasgow.
RMG8G95X–The Duke of York - Kidlington - Oxfordshire
RMG8GPC5–Prince Albert - Cambridge
RMG8GPC9–Prince Albert - Inter Army Sports - Windsor Great Park
RMG8G946–The Duke of York visit the oilcake works of Messrs Bibby in Liverpool.
RMG8GPBM–Prince Albert - Inter Army Sports - Windsor Great Park
RMG8GPBD–Graphic of Prince Albert with the King of Belgium and the Prince of Wales, on horse back.
RMG8GPB9–Prince Albert - Foundling Hospital, London
RMG8GPB8–Prince Albert at the Foundling Hospital, where he presented a flag to the Naval Cadets.
RMG8G937–The Duke of York - Greenwich, London
RMG8GP8H–The Duke of York - Greeting the Corinthians - White Hart Lane, London
RMG8GP8J–The Duke of York unveils the memorial to the London troops in front of the Royal Exchange.
RMG8GP7X–The Duke of York - The Trooping of the Colour - Horse Guards, London
RMG8GP5A–The Duke of York - RAF v The Army football Match - Stamford Bridge, London. The Duke of York meets the RAF team at the Army v RAF football match at Stamford Bridge.
RMG8GP59–The Duke of York - Belvoir Hunt - Croxton Park
RMG8G8WF–The Duke of York meets officials outside the Chief Superintendent Ordnance Factories building during a visit to Woolwich Arsenal.
RMG8GP4G–The Duke of York visits Homerton, where Clapton Orient were playing Bristol City in the second league. He arrived at the ground with the directors of the teams.
RMG8GP46–The Duke of York in one of the nurseries at the Orphans Home in Snaresbrook, Essex.
RMG8GP3T–The Duke of York's tee's off during his golf match with Frank Hodges MP (not pictured) at Ton Pentre in South Wales.
RMG8GP3W–Prince Albert - Rugby Match at Cambridge University
RMG8H5WP–The Duke of York - Woolwich Arsenal
RMG8H5WE–The Duke and Duchess of York (centre of image) with the Prince and Princess Arthur of Connaught at a Buckingham Palace garden party.
RMG8H5RK–The Duke of York - Woolwich Arsenal
RMG8H5PP–The Duke and Duchess of York chat to patients beside the Princess Elizabeth cot during the opening of the Crippled Children's Hospital in Exeter.
RMG8H5PK–The Duke of York visits the Natsopa Convalescent Home at Wellesborough, Leicestershire.
RMG8H5PJ–The Duke of York - NATSOPA Wellsborough Memorial Home, Leicestershire
RMG8H5PG–The Duke of York - Empire Day Parade, Hyde Park, London
RMG8H5H9–The Duke of York (centre with striped top) among the boys at his camp at New Romney.
RMG8H5FX–The Duke of York - NATSOPA Wellsborough Memorial Home, Leicestershire
RMG8H5DC–The Duke of York - Lex Garages - London
RMG8H5CW–The Duke of York with friends at the Household Cavalry Point-toPoint Meeting, which was held in the Pytchley Hunt Country at Kelmarsh.
RMG8H5CK–Duke of York - Mansfield's Boot Factory - Northampton
RMG8H5C9–Duke of York - Mansfield's Boot Factory - Northampton
RMG8H5CB–Duke of York - Westminster Abbey - London
RMG8H5CA–Duke of York - Mansfield's Boot Factory - Northampton
RMG8H5C1–Duke of York - Mansfield Boot Factory - Northampton
RMG8H5AP–The Duke of York visits Mansfield's boot factory in Northampton.
RMG8H5AM–The Duke of York
RMG8H5AR–Duke of York - Mansfield Boot Factory - Northampton
RMG8GNP5–The Duke of York - Royal Wedding - The Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon - Buckingham Palace, London
RMG8GNNX–The Duke of York delivering his address after unveiling the Leys School War Memorial at Cambridge.
RMG8GNNK–The Duke of York watches copies being made of his own photograph at Waterlow & Sons Ltd in Watford.
RMG8GNNJ–The Duke of York - The Duke of York's Royal Military School - Dover, Kent
RMG8GNA6–The Duke of York - The Duke of York Military School, Dover
RMG8GN8D–The Duke of York - King John Cup - Kings lynn
RMG8GN8A–The Duke of York presents the Commemoration Medallions to a Welsh boy's football team.
RMG8GN7E–The Duke of York - Schoolboys Football Match - Stamford Bridge, London
RMG8GN77–The Duke of York at the London rally of Wolf Cubs in Hyde Park.
RMG8GN70–Sir Edward Ward, Chief Commandant, receives his Long Service Medal from the Duke of York. Five thousand officers from the Metropolitan Special Constabulary received the medals in Hyde Park.
RMG8GN64–The Duke of York - Snaresbrook, Essex
RMG8GN2X–The Duke of York and former President of the USA William Taft are among those receiving honorary degrees from Cambridge University at the Senate House.
RMG8GN2M–The Duke of York pictured at the Highland Society of London. (l-r) Major Colin Macrae, the Duke of York, Sir James MacGregor, Sir Henry Mackinnon and captain JM Lean Grant, Honorary Secretary of the Highland Society of London.
RMG8GN2H–The Duke of York pictured at the Highland Society of London.
RMG8GN1R–The Duke of York landing at the Ibis Boat Club after the 1922 Boat Race.
RMG8GN1J–The Duke of York - Wells Cathedral
RMG8GN1K–The Duke of York passing over the old drawbridge of the Bishop's Palace on his way to unveil the county war memorial in Wells Cathedral. Next to him is the Bishop of Bath and Wells, and the Marquis of Bath.
RMG8GN1W–The Duke of York - Epsom Races
RMG8GN0E–The Duke of York, Viscount Lascelles and Prince George in the Royal Box for the City and Suburban at Epsom.
RMG8GN0C–The Duke of York - Serbia
RMG8GMYY–Family photograph from the marriage of Alexander, King of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, to Princess Marie of Roumania. The Duke of York (top row 4th from left) was representing King George V throughout the ceremony. In the foreground (l-r) Princess Helena of Rumania, King Alexander of Serbia, Queen Maria of Yugoslavia, Queen Maria of Rumania, King Ferdinand of Rumania, Princess Kira, Princess Beatrice.
RMG8GN04–The Duke of York - horse Racing. HRH The Duke of York at the races with Viscount Lascelles and Princess Mary.
RMG8GN00–The Duke of York inspects a guard of honour outside the British Legation, composed of sailors from a Serbian Monitor, the Ratra Monarchich.
RMG8GMPY–King George V - Riding
RMG8GMR2–King George V - Riding
RMG8GMPX–The Duke of York
RMG8FJPN–H. H. Asquith - Dundee
Please complete the form below. The information provided will be included in your download confirmation