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About The Eagle:

 

The Eagle in Cambridge, England, is a historic pub famously known for its RAF Bar, where US airmen and other Allied forces gathered during World War II. The ceiling of the bar is adorned with graffiti left by these airmen, using candles, lighters, and lipstick to etch their names and squadron numbers, creating a unique and poignant historical artifact. This tradition has turned The Eagle into a living memorial, celebrating the camaraderie and bravery of the servicemen.

 

Besides its wartime significance, The Eagle is also renowned in the academic world; it was here in 1953 that James Watson and Francis Crick first publicly announced their discovery of the DNA double helix. The pub’s traditional interiors, featuring wooden beams and cozy nooks, provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere. With its rich history, hearty British cuisine, and wide selection of ales, The Eagle remains a cherished landmark in Cambridge, attracting locals, students, and visitors alike.

The Eagle, Cambridge, England

£20.00Price
  • What you can expect from us...

     

    • Products are illustrated, printed and framed in the UK
    • We ship Internationally.
    • We produce Giclée prints.
    • Fine art quality paper (210gsm - 280gsm).
    • Delivery of our framed prints and canvases can take up to 1-2 weeks.

     

    We use black wooden frames as a standard, with a mount as shown in the first image above.

     

    External dimensions of our mounted prints are:

     

    A4 = 340 x 427mm
    A3 = 427 x 550mm
    A2 = 550 x 724mm
    A1 = 724 x 971mm

     

    Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings.

     

    Any questions? Please email jess@tomartacus.co.uk to discuss further.

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