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Pair of Blue Mountains Tourism Silkscreen posters i) 'We're Expecting You' c.1948 by Booker ii) 'See for Yourself...' c. 1949 by Henri Roussel 101 x 75 cm (each) other notes: the National Gallery of Australia and the National library of Australia, Canberra
Travel Poster: c.1965 'Japan' text continues 'Australia's Overseas Airline Qantas In Association With B.O.A.C., Teal and Saa' colour lithograph with artwork by Harry Rogers, printed by Posters Pty. Ltd. 99 x 74 cms, laid down on linen.
M.A. Poulton for New Zealand Railways Studio 'Protect Your Native Birds and Forests' poster, 1960s, issued by Forest and bird Protection Society, depicting a fantail, a bellbird and a tomtit perched on a wildberry branch. 88 x 57 cm
Airline Travel Poster: 'B.O.A.C Takes Good Care of You' with artwork by John Worsley dated 1949 in the image [1919-2000]; text continues at base 'British Overseas Airways Corporation in association with Qantas Empire Airways Ltd., South African Airways, Ta
Travel Poster: 1952 Pan American World Airways travel poster 'Fly By Clipper To Australia and New Zealand, Where Summer Spends the Winter', artwork by Jean Carlu & Dubois, printed in USA, colour lithograph: 104 x 71 cm, laid down on linen.
Poster: c.1940s 'and a very good night with Sheaf Stout brewed by Tooth & Co. ltd, Sydney' colour lithograph with artwork by Alan D. Baker, printed by William Brooks & Co., Sydney; 98 x 74 cm, laid down on linen.
South African Tourism travel poster. C. 1930s, 'Fly Sabena Belgian Airlines to South Africa Land of Sunshine and Adventure', 'Printed in England by Haycock press Ltd. London', linen-backed, good to very good 98.5 x 63 cm
A collection of Australian Publicity material relating to kangaroo (20th century fox, 1951), including a set of 8 x b/w lobby cards; 11 x Heralds; and 27 x Pressbooks, very good to fine (a lot) lobby cards 28 x 35 cm Heralds 22.5 x 34.5 cm
Sir Robert Peel: British Prime Minister (1834-35 & 1841-46), noted for founding the modern police force. Good signature on piece, window mounted with lithograph portrait; plus etching portrait of of Sir Thomas Lawrence.
C1920s advertising poster 'Don't Argue Hutton's Hams Are the Best. Pineapple Trade Mark Brand'. Printed by J.J.Miller Ptg. Co. Melbourne. Art work by Fred Miller, linen backed 6 leaf poster. 220 cm x 200 cm. Condition B. Impressive and extremely rare
Victorian Railways advertising poster No. 61 'Take the Family to the Zoo' by H. Jack, circa 1920s, lithograph in colours, 'Travel By/ Fast Electric Train/ To/ Royal Park', signed lower right corner 'H. Jack', printed by ' J.E. Hackett, print. Melb.', Paper
c1960s travel posters, 'Visit Western Australia. Floral Emblem of Western Australia...' showing a Kangaroo Paw flower in front of the Perth skyline; 'Western Australia. The Wild Flower State. Christmas Tree (Nuytsia Floribunda)'; 'Britain'. depicting child
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