Public Domain Image DVD – Berks, Bucks, Oxfordshire, Hants & Isle of Wight

This DVD is packed full of nearly 400 great quality pictures in jpeg format of places in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

All of the images on this disc are out of copyright and in the public domain in the UK, US and all countries that follow the same copyright rules, and therefore can be used as many times as you like without paying any royalties or commissions to anyone!

This disc features a whole host of lovely images in these southern English counties by various artists including Wilfrid Ball, Edward Brinton, Alfred Heaton Cooper, George Henton, John Fulleylove, William Matthison, Cecil Aldin, Helen Allingham, Alfred Quinton, Julia Rawnsley, Francis Walker, Walter Tyndale, John Gendall, Paul Sandby, Alexander Lydon, Catherine Walton, Warwick Goble and more.

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This DVD is packed full of nearly 400 great quality pictures in jpeg format of places in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

All of the images on this disc are out of copyright and in the public domain in the UK, US and all countries that follow the same copyright rules, and therefore can be used as many times as you like without paying any royalties or commissions to anyone!

Wow!  That could mean a whole new business for you with very little outlay – and with FREE postage and packing in the UK (only £1.99 anywhere else in the world), just think of the possibilities!

All of the images on this disc are at least 1000 pixels wide, the largest image being 4942 x 6671px.

This disc features a whole host of lovely images in these southern English counties by various artists including Wilfrid Ball, Edward Brinton, Alfred Heaton Cooper, George Henton, John Fulleylove, William Matthison, Cecil Aldin, Helen Allingham, Alfred Quinton, Julia Rawnsley, Francis Walker, Walter Tyndale, John Gendall, Paul Sandby, Alexander Lydon, Catherine Walton, Warwick Goble and more.

The pictures are all fully named with the artist name and dates, publication it’s taken from with date as well as the name of the picture/description, eg. Fulleylove, John (1845-1908) – Oxford 1922 – Radcliffe Library.

The disc also includes a comprehensive article about the copyright rules in both the UK and the US and how they affect each other.  Not only will you be able to understand the rules that put these pictures into the public domain, but it will also arm you with the knowledge so that you can decide if other pictures can be freely used in the same way.

You can use the images on this disc for anything you like – make prints to frame, postcards, greetings cards, decoupage and pyramage for card-making, background papers for card-making and scrapbooking, collage, keepsakes, altered art, calendars, mugs, mouse-mats, t-shirts, fridge-magnets and so much more!  Use them in a book, on your website, blog or promotional post on Facebook.

In fact, if you only ever managed to make 3 products or so that you sell for £3.50 (under $6) each, you’ve paid for this DVD!

Victorian Children

There are 5 separate folders on this DVD:-

Berks – 98 images including Windsor, Eton, Bisham Abbey and more
Bucks – 29 images including Milton’s cottage in Chalfont St. Giles and more
Hants – 89 images including Winchester, Southampton, The New Forest, Petersfield and lots more
Isle of Wight – 33 images including Farringford (one of Tennyson’s houses), Freshwater, The Needles, Shanklin and more
Oxon – 141 images including many of Oxford University and other notable buildings 

Suitable for PC/MAC.

Please note that the software box shown above is for illustrative purposes only – the DVD is printed, supplied in a plastic wallet and sent in a sturdy cardboard disc mailer. 

This compilation © Public Domain Image Library.  You can use the images on this disc to make into other products for sale including, but not limited to, all the uses outlined above.  You may not reproduce this DVD as a whole or in part to be sold as raw images on another disc or website or in any way that might be considered competition to ourselves.