Vintage Posters Sale
on Thursday 18th December 2014 at 2.00pm
Lots: 291-313 of 313
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
291

F Gregory Brown (1887-1941) Little Hampden, original poster printed for LT by Baynard 1937 - 102 x 63 cm

Condition - Grade A mounted on linen
Estimate: 200-300

    
292

Lander (Eric dates unknown) The English Lakes, original poster printed for BR(LMR) by Waterlow - 102 x 127 cm

Condition - Grade A mounted on linen

Estimate: 200-300

    
293

Philip Reid (designer of GWR posters) Torquay The English Riviera, original poster printed for Felix Pole General Manager GWR by Philip Reid circa 1925 - 102 x 63 cm

Condition - Grade A mounted on linen
Estimate: 600-800

    
294

Reginald Mayes (1901-1992) In War And Peace We Serve, original poster No 574 printed for GWR LMS LNER SR by Truscott circa 1946 - 63 x 102 cm

Condition - Grade A mounted on linen restoration to corners
Estimate: 200-250

    
295

Reginald Mayes (1901-1992) In War And Peace We Serve, original poster No 574 printed for GWR LMS LNER SR by Truscott circa 1946 - 63 x 102 cm

Condition - Grade A
Estimate: 250-350

    
295A

Joseph Walter West (1860-1933) At Dawn and Dark, original poster printed for the Underground Electric Railways 1917 - 64 x 101 cm

One from a series of posters commissioned by Frank Pick during World War 1 as part of the war effort copies were sent out free to minimize the harshness of hospitals, barracks, billets and dug outs on the Western Front. It shows the Womens Land Army at work on an Allotment with a recovering Soldier in the foreground. The poster is catalogued at the London Transport Museum as Gardening at Dawn and Dusk
Born in Hull, Yorkshire, West studied at St John's Wood School, the Royal Academy and the Academie Julien, Paris. He painted figurative and literary subjects and landscapes, his genre pictures were often being Quaker subjects. He exhibited 17 works at the Royal Academy and four at the Royal Society of British Artist. He was Vice President of the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours and lived in Northwood, Middlesex. He is represented in the collections of many public galleries including the Tate, Birmingham and National Gallery of Scotland.

Condition - Grade B mounted on linen

Estimate: 200-300

    
295B

Joseph Pennell (1857-1926) Underground For The Centre Of All Things, original poster printed for Underground Electric Railways by the Westminster Press 1913 - 102 x 63.5 cm
Estimate: 400-600

550
296

Fred Taylor (1875-1963) Farningham 151 (Route) original poster No 419 April 1914, printed for Underground Electric Railways Company by Johnson Riddle & Co Ltd - 76 x 51 cm

Condition - Grade A- mounted on linen with small restoration to mouse damage top border
Estimate: 200-300

    
297

E McKnight Kauffer (Edward 1890-1954) The North Downs, original poster No 633 January 1916, printed for Underground Electric Railways Company by Johnson Riddle & Co Ltd - 76 x 51 cm

Condition - Grade A- mounted on linen with small restoration to mouse damage top border


Estimate: 600-800

410
298

Paul Reith (1871-1925) Box Hill Motor-Bus No 171, original poster No 1110 January 1914 printed for Underground Electric Railways Company by Thomas Way - 76 x 51 cm

Condition - Grade A- mounted on linen
Estimate: 300-350

    
299

M Barnard (Margaret 1900-1992) Winter Cavalcade Earls Court, original panel poster printed by Waterlow 1938 - 26 x 32 cm yellow background

Condition - Grade A
Estimate: 70-100

240
299A

M Barnard (Margaret 1900-1992) Winter Cavalcade Earls Court, original panel poster printed by Waterlow 1938 - 26 x 32 cm grey background

Condition - Grade B tape stain

Estimate: 70-100

150
299B

Felix Kelly (1914-1994) Liverpool Cathedral, original poster printed for BR (LMR) by Waterlow - 102 x 64 cm

70
300

Frank H Mason (1875-1965) Four British Railways Station Waiting Room lithographs for the Eastern Region including East Coast Havens Orwell Suffolk, Boston Lincolnshire, and Largo Birthplace of Alexander Selkirk, and Frank Wootton (Frank 1911-1998) Bristol Docks, all c 1950, each around - 85 x 64 cm (5)

Condition - Grade B small tears
Estimate: 200-300

410
301

Arthur G Mills (dates unknown) Fishguard - Rosslare, (Ferry St David) original poster PR30 printed for RE(WR) by Waterlow c 1950 - 102 x 63 cm

Condition - Grade B losses

Estimate: 100-150

    
302

Wootton (Frank 1911-1998) By Rail to Wales, original poster PR37 printed for RE(WR) by Charles & Read c 1950 - 102 x 63 cm

Condition - Grade B losses

Estimate: 100-150

95
303

Wootton (Frank 1911-1998) By Rail to the West, original poster PR36 printed for RE(WR) by Charles & Read c 1950 - 102 x 63 cm

Condition - Grade A folds small tear
Estimate: 300-400

190
304

L A Wilcox (Leslie Arthur 1904-1982) Fishguard - Rosslare, (Steamer St David) original poster PR52 printed for BR(WR) by Jordison c 1950 - 102 x 63 cm

Condition - Grade A folds small tear

Estimate: 250-350

210
305

Barber (dates unknown) The Night Ferry Through Sleeping Cars, original poster Ad6537 printed for RE(SR) by Jordison 1956 - 102 x 63 cm
Condition - Grade A folds slight creasing

Estimate: 300-350

350
306

Barber (dates unknown) The Golden Arrow Pullman Service, original poster AD6536 printed for RE(SR) by Jordison 1956 - 102 x 63 cm
Condition - Grade B folds small loss
Estimate: 400-500

    
307

Norman Wilkinson (1878-1971) RMS Lochiel, The Islay Mail, Western Highlands of Scotland, printed for David Macbrayne's by John Norn 1956 - 102 x 63
Condition - Grade B folds small loss
Estimate: 250-350

230
308

A B Webb (Archibald Bertram 1887-1944)
Wales, A Holiday-Land Full of Undiscovered Charm, original Poster printed for Great Western Railway by Lowe & Brydone circa 1930 - 102 x 127 cm
Condition - Grade A mounted on linen

Estimate: 700-900

600
309

Borlase Smart (1881-1947)
St Ives, The Cornish Riviera, original poster printed for the Great Western Railway by Jarrold circa 1930 - 102 x 127 cm
Condition - Grade A mounted on linen
Estimate: 800-1200

1000
310

Anon British Railways, three posters entitled The Track, The Trains , and The Control, printed by Educational Productions Ltd 1952, each -51 x 76 cm; and a coloured facsimile of a Associated Society of Loco Engineers and Firemen presentation certificate - 62 x 46 cm (4)
Condition - Grade A each mounted on linen
Estimate: 40-50

30
311

Studio Seven Our Heritage Cricket, original poster AD 7311 printed for BR (SR) by Leonard Ripley - 101 x 63 cm; and British Railways Southern Region Excursion to Littlehampton and Bognor Timetable poster printed by Waterlow June 1948 - 101 x 63 cm (2)
Condition - Grade A each mounted on linen
Estimate: 70-100

55
312

Blake (F Donald 1908-1997) London, original poster printed for BR (ER) by Baynard Press - 102 x 64 cm; and another entitled London is Blooming, printed for LT 1981- 102 x 64 cm (2)
Condition - Grade A each mounted on linen
Estimate: 70-100

40
313

Barry Evans Britain Land of History, original poster printed for British Travel and Holidays Assoc. by Harrison and Son Ltd 1961 - 102 x 64 cm
Condtion - Grade A mounted on linen
Estimate: 40-60

50
 
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