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A Clear Plate Means a Clear Conscience WWII

£450.00

Original vintage World War Two food propaganda poster: A clear plate means a clear conscience Don't take more than you can eat. Great image by the notable English artist James Fitton (1899-1982) featuring an empty plate with cutlery on top of a colourful checked table cover with the text below. Printed by HM Stationery Office by William Brown & Co London. Very good condition, restored small tears on margins, backed on linen.

Country
UK
Year
1940s
Style
Propaganda Posters
Artist
Fitton
Size (cm)
74.5x49
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