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Choose from 4826 pictures in our Columbiformes 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.


Suffragette W.S.P.U Badge Sylvia Pankhurst Featured Columbiformes Print

Suffragette W.S.P.U Badge Sylvia Pankhurst

Badge issued by the Women's Social & Political Union with design by Sylvia Pankhurst. This circular tin badge in purple, green and white, shows a young woman, dressed in white ('for purity') emerging from prison, or captivity, stepping over broken chains. Has 'Votes for Women' streamers, and stylized white doves flying around her. Date: 1908

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Coronation Regalia of Britain Featured Columbiformes Print

The Coronation Regalia of Britain

The various pieces of regalia used during the Coronation ceremonies of British Kings and Queens. 1. St. Edward's Crown, 2. The Imperial State Crown, 3. Prince of Wales coronet, 4. smaller orb (used by Queen consorts), 5. the orb, 6. Royal Sceptre, 7. The Sceptre with the Dove, 8. The State sword, 9. The Sword Curtana, 10. Mace of Charles II, 11. Queen Elizabeth's Salt Cellar, 12. The Ampulla, 13. Bracelets, 14. Coronation Spoon, 15. Spurs of St. George and 16. The Coronation Ring, otherwise known as the Wedding Ring of England Date: 1936

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Coloured Engraving of a dodo Featured Columbiformes Print

Coloured Engraving of a dodo

Engraving of a dodo, an extinct, flightless bird, related to the pigeon. The size of a swan, it was heavily-built and clumsy. Two species were known with certainty: the common dodo Raphus cucullatus from Mauritius, which became extinct between 1665 and 1670, and the Rodriguez solitaire Pezophaps solitaria from the neighbouring island of Rodriguez, which died out around 1761. The dodo's numbers quickly dwindled following the arrival of humans to these isolated habitats. All but defenceless, they were ill-equipped to cope with the new hunters & the competition from other introduced species. Copper engraving from Historia Naturalis Brasiliae, W. Piso & G. Marcgrave, 1658

© DR JEREMY BURGESS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY