You can buy photographic prints of any image in our Picture Library collection.
Choose from our extensive collection of historical images, from the feats and endeavours of Everest expeditions to images documenting the exploration of our world.
For scan prints of maps from the Collections, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on availability and price range.
Unframed prints are available in the following sizes and costs:
A4 – £25
A3 – £40
A2 – £60
A1 – £90
Prices include VAT, with post and packaging charged at the following rates.
UK - £5
Europe - £8
North America - £12
Worldwide - £15
Once you have chosen you image(s), please download the order form (PDF) and return it by email to the Picture Library: email@example.com.
For further details, please contact a member of out Picture Library Team:
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B Monday 24 September 2.30pm - 4.00pm Be Inspired afternoon talk
Alastair Macdonald talks about his time with the Directorate of Overseas Surveys when during the 1950s and 60s many Commonwealth countries were mapped at 1:50000. He describes some of the techniques and experiences involved in the pre-GPS age.
10 September 2018
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is aware that many academic geographers, as UCU members in universities that participate in USS (Universities Superannuation Scheme), are taking strike action over proposed changes to their pension scheme.
5 March 2018
Teachers share their top tips for running effective and memorable fieldwork
Nicholas Crane is the current President of RGS-IBG, and a Fellow for over 30 years.
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