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GPO Early Use of the Magnet


Original vintage advertising poster for the General Post Office (GPO) - Early Use of the Magnet - featuring a great oriental style illustration by Eric Fraser (1902-1983) of a man wearing a red and black robe pointing into the distance to direct the route of travel with a ship in full sail below a bright star in the night sky and a snow topped mountain in the background, the GPO logo and stylised title text below. One of a series of posters published by the GPO to showcase the new telephone and telegraphy technologies. The General Post Office GPO was founded in 1660; Royal Mail was founded in 1516. Horizontal. Good condition, restored tears in margin, minor creasing in margin, light foxing.

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