Winter Vintage Posters Auction on
Friday 16th December 2016
Lots: 195-242 of 413
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
195

Hassall (John 1868-1948) Imperial Airways Safety then Comfort, original poster printed by Falcon c.1926 - 76 x 51 cm
Estimate: 1500-2000

    
196

Mercier (Designer) Avions Bleu France-Afrique du Nord, original poster printed by B Sirven c.1938 - 99 x 61 cm
Estimate: 400-600

380
197

Anon Ireland Pictorial Map showing some of the places of scenic and historic interest, original poster printed for the Irish Tourist Board by Browne & Nolan c.1960 - 102 x 63 cm; and Ireland Aasleagh Falls Co. Mayo, original colour photographic poster printed for Aer Lingus by Ormond c.1960 - 102 x 63 cm (2)
Estimate: 100-150

40
198

G van den Eynde (Gaston dates unknown) L'Amerique par Sabena, original poster printed by Linsmo c.1960 - 99 x 65 cm
Estimate: 300-400

300
199

G van den Eynde (Gaston dates unknown) L'Afrique par Sabena, original poster printed by Linsmo c.1960 - 99 x 65 cm

Estimate: 200-300

300
200

C Dohet (Claude dates unknown) Sabena Pictorial Map centring on Africa, original poster printed by Linsmo c. 1960 - 100 x 65 cm
Estimate: 200-300

    
201

Unger (Hans 1915-1975) British United Airlines to London, original poster printed in the UK c.1960 - 102 x 63 cm; and Fly Wings, original screen print poster c.1960 - 102 x 63 cm (2)

British United was the Airline founded by Freddie Laker at Gatwick in 1960;
Estimate: 100-150

80
202

British Caledonian Airways, six different colour photographic posters promoting Great Britain, Japan and Africa and the DC10-30, c.1980, each - 61 x 97 cm; and three other Airline posters inc. Iberia and Tristar (9)
Estimate: 30-50

40
203

Fly BEA or CSA Czechoslvakia St Mikulas Prague, colour photographic poster printed by Publicity Arts 1961 - 102 x 63 cm
Estimate: 30-50

50
204

Fly BEA to Scandinavia, original colour photographic poster printed by Jordison 1961 - 102 x 64 cm
Estimate: 30-50

40
205

Fly BEA to Gibraltar, original colour photographic poster printed by Waterlow 1961 - 102 x 64 cm; and Fly BEA or Iberia Spain, original colour photographic poster printed 1961 - 102 x 64 cm (2)


Estimate: 60-80

80
206

C Dohet (Claude dates unknown) Sabena Pictorial Map centring on Africa, original small poster printed by Linsmo c. 1960 - 34.5 x 22 cm

Estimate: 30-40

23
207

G van den Eynde (Gaston dates unknown) L'Amerique par Sabena, and L'Afrique par Sabena, two original small posters printed by Linsmo c.1960, each - 34 x 24 cm (2)

Estimate: 80-120

74
208

C Dohet (Claude dates unknown) Sabena Exportez Importez, small original poster printed by Linsmo c.1960 - 34 x 22 cm; and Anon Vers la Hollande par Sebena, small original poster printed by Linsmo c.1960 - 34 x 24 cm (2)

Estimate: 60-80

    
209

Erin (dates unknown) Imperial Airways Routes Map, printed by Curwen Press May 1938 - 63 x 101 cm; and Imperial Airways Alexandria - Durban, Booklet containing maps of route taken by Flying Boats, with advertisements, printed by Vincent Brooks Day and cover artwork by F H Coventry, 1938 This was the property of Joe King who was chief pilot of Airspeed "Ferry" Airliner part of Sir Alan Cobham's Flying Circus in the 1930's it would appear from pencil notes to have been used on a Flight he took from Jo'burg to Croydon in 1946
Estimate: 300-500

305
210

An ALS from Tommy Sopwith to Joe King on Compton Manor headed note paper dated July 8 1953 saying it was nice to hear from Joe but he is unable to with a history of the old days because " I fear it does not exist " ; and an airman's saying hand written by Charles G Grey (Editor of The Aeroplane) May 1933 " The pilot who survives is not he who is so clever at getting out of awkward positions ...... " ; and Captain Joe R King, Diaries for 1933 to 1935 noting Flights including in the Airspeed Ferry Airliner , with comments and notes on poor weather, and a cash book for July to September 1937 listing accounts for Airspeed Ferry Airliner Flights (6) Formerly the property of Joe King who was chief pilot of Airspeed "Ferry" Airliner part of Sir Alan Cobham's Flying Circus in the 1930's
Estimate: 30-40

    
211

Fly Canadian Pacific, a series of six colour photographic lithographed posters featuring glamorous pin ups including Hawaii, Mexico, Hong Kong, and South Pacific, printed by Grant-Mann, each - 91 x 61 cm
Estimate: 40-50

10
212

Bert Thomas (1883-1966) Feed the Guns with War Bonds and Help to End the War, original poster No 126 printed by Dangerfield c.1918 - 75 x 50 cm
Estimate: 40-50

19
213

W Kuhn 8th War Loan, original German poster printed Innsbruck - 96 x 62 cm; and another by Kunz before lettering - 96 x 62 cm (2)
Estimate: 70-100

29
214

W G Jesser They Fight for you protect them, original Red Cross poster printed by Latham - 105 x 72 cm
Estimate: 40-50

10
215

Crisp How much to save these little lives ?, original Red Cross War Fund Week poster printed in USA - 70 x 52 cm
Estimate: 40-50

20
216

Red Cross 10,000,000 Members, original poster printed USA - 76 x 51 cm
Estimate: 40-50

    
217

Gordon Grant What are you doing to help, Red Cross, original poster printed USA - 97 x 64 cm
Estimate: 40-50

25
218

Albert Herter His Home Over There, YMCA YWCA, original poster printed USA - 105 x 72 cm
Estimate: 70-100

76
219

Anon Help him win by Saving and Serving, Buy War Savings Stamps, original poster printed USA 1918 - 76 x 51 cm; and Save Your Child from Autocracy and Poverty buy War Stamps, original poster printed USA - 76 x 51 cm (2)
Estimate: 70-100

12
220

Lawrence Harris "Good bye, Dad.. US Gov't Bonds Third Liberty Loan, and Ring it again Third Liberty Loan, original posters, each - 76 x 51 cm (2)
Estimate: 60-80

12
221

M Leone Bracker Keep'em smiling ! help War Camp Community Service, original poster printed USA 1918 - 107 x 71 cm
Estimate: 60-80

    
222

Wm McKee The World Cry Food Keep the Home Garden going, original US Food Administration poster 1918 - 76 x 51 cm; and four US Fuel Administration posters, 3 of them small monochrome in foreign text (5)
Estimate: 40-50

26
223

F Luis Mora Don't let up Keep On Saving Food, United States Food Administration original poster No 29 - 54 x 36 cm; The Garbage that comes form your kitchen, United States Food Administration original poster - 54 x 36 cm (2)
Estimate: 30-50

10
224

Wallace Morgan Feed a Fighter, original US Food Administration poster No 15 printed USA - 74 x 54 cm
Estimate: 70-100

10
225

Public Warning British and German Airships and Aircraft, original WW1 poster printed for HMSO by Sir Joseph Causton 1915 - 88 x 58 cm
Estimate: 500-700

    
225A

Electrical Equipment of Aeroplanes, original WW1 Air Technical Services poster OT5 No 1621 dated 25.4.18 - 67 x 100 cm
Estimate: 300-400

    
226

W H Caffyn (William Henry 1870-1958) Come Along, Boys !, original PRC poster No 22 printed by Haycock Cadle April 1915 - 76 x 51 cm
Estimate: 100-150

100
227

If you cannot join the Army - Try and get a Recruit, original Parliamentary Recruiting Committee poster No 32 printed by Haycock-Cadle January 1915 - 48 x 74 cm
Estimate: 100-150

    
228

Frank Dadd (1851-1929) The Veteran's Farewell Enlist Now!, original Parliamentary Recruiting Committee poster No 24 printed by Petty & Sons - 75 x 50 cm; General Mobilization Army Reserve (Regular and Special Reservists), original letterpress poster Army Form D 427 ( to be used when whole of the Army Reserve is called out) printed for HMSO by Hazell Watson & Viney August 1914 - 54 x 42 cm (2)


This image was originally used in 1914 for a Messrs Abdulla & Co Ltd Cigarettes advertisement

Estimate: 70-150

40
229

The Scrap of Paper Prussia's Perfidy- Britain's Bond, original Parliamentary Recruiting Committee poster No 7 printed by Hanbury Tomsett & Co 1914 - 76 x 51 cm; and General Mobilization Army Reserve (Regular and Special Reservists), original letterpress poster Army Form D 427 ( to be used when whole of the Army Reserve is called out) printed for HMSO by Hazell Watson & Viney August 1914 - 54 x 42 cm (2)


Estimate: 70-100

40
230

Surely You Will Fight For Your Country, PRC No 83, original poster printed by Truscott 1915- 76 x 51 cm; He Did His Duty Are YOu Doing Yours ?, colour heliochrome portrait of Field Marshall Lord Roberts taken by Russell, printed by Waterlow c.1914 - 64 x 51 cm; and General Mobilization Army Reserve (Regular and Special Reservists), original letterpress poster Army Form D 427 ( to be used when whole of the Army Reserve is called out) printed for HMSO by Hazell Watson & Viney August 1914 - 54 x 42 cm (3)

Estimate: 100-150

42
231

The Kaiser's Insult, PRC No 6, original poster printed by Hazell Watson Viney 1914 - 81 x 55 cm;General Mobilization Army Reserve (Regular and Special Reservists), original letterpress poster Army Form D 427 ( to be used when whole of the Army Reserve is called out) printed for HMSO by Hazell Watson & Viney August 1914 - 54 x 42 cm (2)

Estimate: 100-150

80
232

Lucy Kemp-Welch (1869-1958) Forward !, Forward to Victory Enlist Now, original Parliamentary Recruiting Committee poster No 133 printed by David Allen September 1915 - 75.5 x 49 cm

Lt. Gen Sir Robert Baden Powell's charger Black Prince was presented to him by the people of Australia in recognition of the Relief of Mafeking in the Boer War and was the horse used by Kemp-Welch in the design of this famous poster, it was one of the most popular designs of the series and was printed in the double crown 30 x 20 inches and larger 4-sheet double crown 60 x 40 inches formats
See letter from Lord Baden-Powell about Black Prince
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/letters/3643416/Letters-to-the-Daily-Telegraph.html
Estimate: 600-800

550
233

R Caton Woodville (Richard 1856-1927) "The Last Shot at Colenso" Lt. Roberts earns his V.C., original chromolithograph 1900, supplement from Christmas Number of Illustrated and Dramatic News - 90 x 61 cm
Estimate: 50-100

    
234

A. Egger Lienz (Albin 1868-1926) "1915" , original lithograph with pencil signature to border published Wein 1915 - 74 x 94 cm

In this four-colour lithograph, sculpted and depersonalized machinelike bodies charge forward with unfettered vigor. The blunt, angular rendering of their hands make their flesh appear solid and inviolable, while their collective formation mimics the force and symmetry of an engine. The effacement of these soldiers' features renders their faces impenetrable and their assault terrifying. Here, even while not depicting the actual mechanisms of modern warfare, Albin Egger-Lienz poignantly evoked the brutal dehumanization of the first industrialized war in history.

Estimate: 100-150

660
235

Abel Faivre (Jules 1867-1945) Pour La France Versez Votre Or, original lithograph poster printed by Devambez 1915 - 114 x 79 cm
Estimate: 100-150

120
236

Anon Munition Concerts Organised by ENSA, original poster printed for the Ministry of Labour c.1942 - 89 x 56 cm
Estimate: 150-200

50
237

Little (John Littlejohns 1879-1955) Together The British Commonwealth of Nations, original WW2 poster printed for HMSO by Weiner c.1940 - 101 x 151 cm
Estimate: 500-700

600
238

H M Bateman (1887-1970) The Husband who wasted the Hot Water, Save fuel for battle, original Ministry of Fuel & Power poster printed for HMSO by Chromoworks 1940 - 76 x 51 cm

Estimate: 300-400

    
239

Anon Keep A Pig, Save Waste and Make Food, original poster printed for the HMSO by J Weiner 1940 - 76 x 51 cm
Estimate: 300-400

    
239A

Norman Wilson Dig for Victory Now, Your own vegetables all the year round, original poster printed for HMSO by Chromoworks c.1940 - 76 x 51 cm

Estimate: 350-450

    
240

Leon Fauret Engagez-vous dans les Troupes Coloniales, original poster printed for the Ministry of War c.1939 - 120 x 81 cm
Estimate: 100-150

70
241

Anon Wings For Victory, Dover Week Strike at the Core, Lancasters Four 160,000, original National Savings poster printed for HMSO by Norbury c.1940 - 76 x 51 cm; and another The Signal is Save (2)
Estimate: 70-100

42
242

Anon Wings for Victory, (Spitfire) Dover Target Four Lancasters 160,000, original National Savings poster printed for HMSO by Porter c.1940 - 76 x 51 cm
Estimate: 100-150

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