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Ford Anglia, 1963


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Colorized by Jordan J. Lloyd
based on an original negative published by Sport & General
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  • Collectible giclée fine art print with guaranteed archival quality for over a century;
  • Every photograph is meticulously researched and rendered into colour from a black and white original by a skilled artisan;
  • Each sale directly supports the artisan, continuing a craft tradition that has existed since photography began;
  • Individually embossed and supplied with Certificate of Authenticity to provide genuine provenance;
  • Hand Printed in England, with global shipping available in a postal tube*;
  • Listed dimensions include a white border for easy framing;
  • Presented on 315gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta; a pleasantly warm, pure cotton paper with subtle texture, providing excellent reproduction of colour and detail, deep blacks, and perfect contrasts
* Small prints ship in a stiffened envelope rather than a tube

Taken February, 1963. Surrey, United Kingdom
(Moore Collection)

"In Britain the winter of 1962/3 has lived long in the collective memory. A time of extraordinary cold, people today still remember that the snow that began on Boxing Day and did not thaw till Easter. In this tenderly-described, perceptive episode, the writer Juliet Nicolson takes us back more than half a century to those memorable months when the Peak District looked like the Alps. New waves of migrants were forging fresh identities in London’s boroughs. New words were in the air – ‘Groovy’, ‘Super’ – and if this nascent culture was to be experienced at its purest, then it was to be experienced in the Cavern Club in Liverpool where the Beatles were poised to launch on their spectacular ascent to global fame. Nicolson guides us through Sylvia Plath’s desperate plight in Primrose Hill and takes us to meet her magnificent English teacher Mrs Fitzgerald and to see the Beatles on the night that Please Please Me reached No.1. We end up at the House of Commons, to witness John Profumo astonishing moment of hubris as the despatch box."

– Travels Through Time

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"Snow Scenes in the south of England. 408205 Heavy drifts of snow come up to the roof of this passing car in a country lane near Reigate, Surrey to-day (Sat). 2/2/63. Sport & General Press Agency Limited. Fleet Street, London."


Our prints come in popular sizes with a white border for easy framing. 


S (A4) – 21 × 29.7 cm / 8.3”× 11.7" inches
M (A3) – 29.7 × 42 cm / 16.5”× 23.4" inches
L (A2) – 42 × 59.4 cm / 16.5”× 23.4" inches
XXL (A0) – 84.1 × 118.9 cm / 33.1”× 46.8" inches

Please note that all giclée art prints are currently supplied unframed.