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GPO Early Use of the Magnet

£350.00

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.

Country
UK
Year
1930s
Style
Advertising Posters
Artist
Eric Fraser
Size (cm)
50.5x63
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