--Picked this up for a song this weekend. Not the sort of thing I would usually even notice (it was, in fact, my wife who handed it to me), this ended up being much more interesting than I would have anticipated: (apologies for the bad lighting, I snapped the photo in a rush before heading out to work)
It is an illustration of a Royal Marine Officer in full dress from 1805. The matting bears a dedication:
"Presented by Major-General P.L. Spurgeon
Commander Training Group Royal Marines
(I know there should be commas, but none are used in the actual dedication).
The reverse has a printed precis of the Royal Marines pasted onto it.
I thought that it was quite possible that some of you might know a thing or two about the Major-General. Google offers little intel.