1ST WORLD WAR 1914 - 1918 ANATOMICALANIMALS ASTRONOMYAVIATION - WWII AIRCRAFTARCHITECTURE BOOKSCARICATURES - GILLRAY CARICATURES - HEATHCARICATURES - HOGARTHCARICATURES - WILLIAM NICHOLSON CARICATURES --- VANITY FAIR CARTOONS - BATEMANCARTOONS - BOB HOARE (CRICKET)CARTOONS - JOSEPH LEEBRITISH TOPOGRAPHYCOLLEGES - CAMBRIDGECOLLEGES - OXFORDEUROPEAN LANDSCAPESFASHION FOREIGN TOPOGRAPHY FOREIGN TOPOGRAPHY - DAVID ROBERTS FRAMING FRUITHISTORICAL EVENTSINTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONSLONDON VIEWS LEGALMODERN ART MAPS - AFRICA MAPS - AMERICAS MAPS - ARCTIC & ANTARCTICMAPS - ASIA MAPS - BRITISH COUNTIES MAPS - BRITISH ISLES MAPS - CELESTIALMAPS - CITY PLANSMAPS - EUROPE MAPS - HISTORICAL PERIODSLONDON MAPS MAPS - MIDDLE EASTMAPS - OCEANIC MAPS - OTTOMAN EMPIREMAPS - SEA CHARTSMAPS - WORLDMILITARY NAVAL & MARITIME POLITICAL ROYALTYSPORT TRADES TRAVEL POSTERSWILLIAM FRITH
Posters
BELGIUM CANAL BOAT FUND - FOR RELIEF OF THE CIVIL POPULATION BEHIND THE FIRING LINES
BELGIUM CANAL BOAT FUND - FOR RELIEF OF THE CIVIL POPULATION BEHIND THE FIRING LINES
"SEND THEM SOMETHING - The Sec. 71 Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, W. Hill Siffken, 1915"

Original WWI poster

Small repair to margin of top left corner and traces of old folds, otherwise a very good example.

Stark and moving poster of a homeless family cowering on the bank of a canal with a ruined mill in the background

Image size: 50 x 75cm
Mounted size: 64 x 89cm

Price incl. VAT: £225.00
Price excl. VAT: £187.50
CLEAR THE WAY!! BUY BONDS. FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. 1918.
CLEAR THE WAY!! BUY BONDS. FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. 1918.
Original antique chromo-lithograph

Highly dramatic scene of a naval gun crew firing shells into the distance against enemy ships.

Poster size: 51 x 76cm
Framed size: 75 x 100cm

Framed price: £950.00
Unframed price: £900.00

Unframed price, excl. VAT: £750.00
COME ALONG BOYS! ENLIST TODAY
COME ALONG BOYS! ENLIST TODAY
"THE MOMENT THE ORDER CAME TO GO FORWARD, THERE WERE SMILING FACES EVERYWHERE" Extract from letter written in the trenches of the Aisne by General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien

Published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, 1915
Printed by The Haycock-Cadle Co., London

Image size: 50 x 75cm
Mounted size: 59 x 84cm

Framed price: £750.00
Unframed price: £700.00

Unframed price, excl. VAT: £583.00
COME ON! BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS. 1918.
COME ON! BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS. 1918.
Original American WW1 poster by Walter Whitehead
Published 1918

An allied soldier stands over a dead German, bayonet at the ready. The poster is polysemantic - the soldier poised ready for the next attack and urging the public to buy more war bonds.

Poster size: 51 x 76cm
Framed size: 75 x 100cm

Framed price: £750.00
Unframed price: £700.00

Unframed price, excl. VAT: £585.00
DO YOUR DUTY TO OUR BOYS AS THEY ARE DOING THEIRS TO YOU, DONATIONS LARGE AND SMALL
DO YOUR DUTY TO OUR BOYS AS THEY ARE DOING THEIRS TO YOU, DONATIONS LARGE AND SMALL
BRANGWYN; FRANK

Scarce, original parliamentary recruitment poster
Committee poster No. 121
Designed by Frank Brangwyn A.R.A.
Printed by the Avenue Press Ltd, Bouverie Street., London, 1914
Condition - very good

Image of exhausted soldiers and sailors with the sea in the background

Poster size: 74 x 46cm
Mounted size: 86 x 58cm

Price incl. VAT: £350.00
Price excl. VAT: £292.00
HUN OR HOME? BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS. 1918.
HUN OR HOME? BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS. 1918.
Original American WW1 poster by Henry Raleigh, published 1918

Poster size: 51 x 76cm

With blood on his hands, the approaching black figure epitomises evil. The use of women and children in fear was very effective in raising funds and encouraging young men to join the forces.

Poster size: 51 x 76cm
Framed size: 75 x 100cm

Framed price: £675.00
Unframed price: £625.00

Unframed price, excl. VAT: £525.00
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