British Covenant


Buttonhole badge. A blue enamel shield in silver BRITISH COVENANT 1914. The Ulster Covenant had been signed by numerous people in England, Scotland and Wales who were sympathetic to the Unionist cause. However in 1913, a campaign for a distinctively British Covenant began. Organisers ultimately collected a total of two million signatures. This Covenant was promoted by Lord Milner and Leo Amery MP, both fervent supporters of the British Empire.

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Due to the current situation with COVID-19 and supplier issues we are experiencing significant delays in our printing and dispatch of orders. If you place an order, we will keep you informed of timescales and should the timings not be suitable, we will offer a refund.

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Quality Guarantee

National Museums NI’s Picture Library provides quality prints from our art, history and science collections. Featured collections include the Harland & Wolff Titanic photographs, the Welch photographs taken of Belfast in the early 1900’s and our extensive range of William Conor images from our art collection.

“Photographic quality digital prints” from original archive material are printed on premium semi-gloss photographic paper, weighing 251 g/m2. This high specification paper ensures prints are ideal for framing and hanging in your home or office.

Print sizes are 10” x 8“ and 20” x 16”. Some prints will vary from these sizes depending on the original format dimensions.