Military WW2; .


Military World War 2+ Transport Posters.

 Plus a few  Original London Underground Posters



'National Service. Defend your island from the grimmest menace that ever threatened it', c.1917, colour lithograph poster, very good condition,

 A full-length depiction of Britannia, her left arm outstretched, and bearing the Union Jack flag in her right hand. A large crowd of male civilians follows in her wake. The smaller image is of the 'National Service' emblem, featuring a full-length depiction of Winged Victory holding a shield. text: NATIONAL SERVICE VICTORY N S INDUSTRIAL ARMY 1917. Septimus E Scott Defend your island from the grimmest menace that ever threatened it. - DAVID LLOYD GEORGE. Every man from 18 to 61 should ENROL TO-DAY Forms for offer of Services may be had at all Post Offices, National Service Offices and Employment Exchanges. SERIES B8 D.A. and S. LD. LONDON Height 1020 mm Width 764 mm  £865 delivered This is A0 sized and best delivered FLAT due to paper type used some slight age toning to the paper minor edge nicks a few mm but definitely not fitting in a latter box Packaging alone on this will be considerable so way cheaper collected . I can do rolled if wanted ask as cheaper








Citroen Poster 1980
Graphically stunning 2cv poster from Amsterdam car meet 14-16 March 1980 Good condition no pin holes on polished paper, smaller and very very rare £115 inc delivery



                                                                                                                         



1994 D-Day Poster 50th Anniversary
Published by U.S. Navy Office of Information (CHINFO). Almost mint condition one of two copies one with marks to the back of the poster from storage NOT the front. rare to get official posters as they are issued 'in house' not sold. £55 each inc delivery

Septimus Edwin Scott (1879-1962), who signed his name Sep E. Scott, was a British painter, illustrator and comics artist.He was born in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, on 19 March 1879, and studied at the Royal College of Art in London. By 1903 he was exhibiting his landscape and portrait paintings at the Royal Academy. He was elected an associate of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1919, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 1920 and Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in 1927. During the First World War he painted propaganda posters for the Ministry of Munitions, and from the 1920s he worked in advertising, painting posters for Lifebuoy soap, Mars chocolate bars and Players cigarettes, among many other products. His art was probably most widely known through railway company posters such as one for the London & North Eastern Railway to advertise rail services to Newcastle's North East Coast Exhibition, open from May to October 1929.         



'North East Coast Exhibition', LNER poster, 1929. Septimus E Scott,


Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail services to the North East Coast Exhibition, held in Newcastle-upon-Tyne between May and October in 1929. The poster shows a male worker gesturing towards the buildings of the exhibition, which are seen beyond the Tyne Bridge, coalmining apparatus, and smoking chimneys, representing the traditional industries of the area. Artwork by Septimus E Scott (1879-1965) who studied at the Royal College of Art and also designed posters for London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS). Dimensions: 1050 mm x 1255 mm.

Septimus Edwin Scott (1879-1962), who signed his name Sep E. Scott, was a British painter, illustrator and comics artist.He was born in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, on 19 March 1879, and studied at the Royal College of Art in London. By 1903 he was exhibiting his landscape and portrait paintings at the Royal Academy. He was elected an associate of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1919, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 1920 and Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in 1927. During the First World War he painted propaganda posters for the Ministry of Munitions, and from the 1920s he worked in advertising, painting posters for Lifebuoy soap, Mars chocolate bars and Players cigarettes, among many other products. His art was probably most widely known through railway company posters such as one for the London & North Eastern Railway to advertise rail services to Newcastle's North East Coast Exhibition, open from May to October 1929.   

  £1250  RARE on linen absolutely enormous

£760 NOT on Linen folded as issued  bought from a collector who bought only as new folded ? ! Mint almost but would need a press





Halifax Bomber. Diagramatic poster entitled 'Standard Break-in Markings'

Printed for H.M. Stationary Office, April 1946, colour litho. poster showing how the public can assist the aircrew in the event of a crash, good condition, 30 x 40 in Air Diagram 3996 Prepared by the ministry of Supply for promulgation by Air Minsistry printed by Thomas Forman and sons Notiingham with initials to base left (artist??) RTP some marking folds as issued £185 colour superb as folded in a drawer since 1946 ! old tear centre caused from folding will send reinforced with conservation tape remember A0 sized


Timing of the Paxman Ricardo V12 Diesel
Original rare Vintage lithographic poster of a technical cross section /TS .Colour lithograph with original water colour enhancement, c 1938/42 of the Timing of the Paxman Ricardo V12 Diesel Engine sheet size 620 x 930 mm all perfect no marks, foxing defects etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Info:-Paxman is a major British brand of diesel engines. Ownership has changed on a number of occasions since the company's formation in 1865, the brand is now owned by MAN AG, as part of MAN B&W Diesel. At its peak, the Paxman works covered 23 acres and employed over 2,000 people. Engine production is still primarily based at Paxman's Colchester works. Early Paxman diesel engines (with "Comet" indirect injection cylinder heads, designed by Sir Harry Ricardo) carried the name Paxman Ricardo. These engines were used on trains/locomotives, air craft carriers tanks and all areas where large reliable engines were needed £85
 

1939 Daily Telegraph War Map
WAR MAP - DAILY TELEGRAPH WAR MAP No.1(?) EUROPE issued by the newspaper 1939/40 Item measures approx 40"x 30" Document is nice and clean. Light mottling to the edges. Usual folds and creases but not detrimental. Dust shadow on back when folded back up.£20









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