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Here are some other good one's .
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Doh ! Seems I've started another thread , sorry Pete , can you merge this with the one that's already in existence .
Anyway here is another offering .

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PostSubject: Re: The zulu war in Colour    The zulu war in Colour  EmptyWed Sep 24, 2014 11:07 am

I have the Bud Bradshaw print as well - it looks fabulous framed, as does his picture of the 17th Lancers in Zululand. which is well worth acquiring if you havent got it. Its certainly the favourite of my Zulu war art.

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PostSubject: The Zulu War In Colour    The zulu war in Colour  EmptyWed Sep 24, 2014 12:18 pm

Hi Sergio
Thanks for the post , I dont have that one although I've seen it before , will work on that though !.
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PostSubject: The Zulu War In Colour    The zulu war in Colour  EmptySat Oct 04, 2014 12:19 am

Hi Les
I noticed on ebay the other day that some of Lloyds pictures are being sold for 19.99 quid each . The blurb states the book has fallen apart so they are being sold as individuals Sad Sad .
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PostSubject: Re: The zulu war in Colour    The zulu war in Colour  EmptySat Oct 04, 2014 11:48 am

Hiya Gary,' the book fell apart' Hmm did it slip, or was it pushed?.  Very Happy
its easy to judge i guess, but whats the point! the book in question
is actually a very robust one, really thick boards and paper.. and
at nearly £20.00 a pop the guys having a laugh..iv'e not counted
how many prints there are but he stands to make a buck! he
wont get a penny out of me! he could have had it restored, last
time i looked there is a few out there at about £120ish. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: The zulu war in Colour    The zulu war in Colour  EmptySat Oct 04, 2014 12:55 pm

There are 20 Lloyd plates, sometimes bound together with "Life in the Army" by Richard Simkin. So as Les says, a nice little earner!

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PostSubject: The zulu war in colour    The zulu war in Colour  EmptySat Oct 04, 2014 7:42 pm

Agreed !
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He doesn't look Zulu?
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Hiya Ulundi, yeah more like Maori dont you think?
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