All our pictures are offered in a variety of formats to suit every pocket and every requirement, from A5 prints on high gloss photographic card to A2 canvas.
All pictures are printed with a border. Images do not bleed to the edge.
Printed images are set at 300 dpi
Blank greetings card: 135mm x 135mm on 240gsm, includes envelope
High gloss photo card: A5, A4 on 190gsm A3 on 260gsm
Poster: A2, A1
Canvas: A3, A2
Create your own special picture by adding a touch of colour to a black and white print. Click here for more details.
Welcome to the site that offers you the opportunity to own high quality prints or blank greeting cards from genuine Victorian and Edwardian photographic slides.
Digitally reproduced from original glass lantern slides, the forerunner to the 35mm slides that we may be more familiar with, all our pictures faithfully capture a moment of times passed. The most recent being over 80 years old, and the most distant dating back to around 1860, over 150 years ago.
From sketches of the very first railways to artist impressions of Cunard’s Queen Mary. From Royal portraits to elegant ladies promenading under parasols. Every one tells its own story. There’s even a complete gallery of unique pictures of places in Scotland by George Washington Wilson, the renowned photographer to Queen Victoria, who died in 1893.
Why not browse the site and order yourself a little bit of history while you can. Click the gallery labels on the left of your screen and click the images within a gallery to view an enlargement. To order a specific picture, select the required format and size then click ‘Add to cart’. When you have finished making your selections click ‘view cart’ to complete your purchase. Payment is made through the secure PayPal system which accepts most credit and debit cards, so you can shop with confidence even if you don’t have your own PayPal account.
The story behind the prints.
Click here to read how we bring these 100 year old images back to life, for you to send as greetings or to give as gifts to cherished friends.