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Leftover London / Farewell Austin Reed’s

Farewell Austin Reed’s - What better way to mark its passing, 90 years after the Regent Street store opened, than with a selection of Tom Purvis posters from the and

On the way back from our brief Parisian excursion we are obliged to pause in Le Havre for this strikingly bold René Mery-designed poster which looks as though it dates from the 1930s.

On the way back from our brief Parisian excursion we are obliged to pause in Le Havre for this strikingly bold René Mery-designed poster which looks as though it dates from the

Leftover London / Farewell Austin Reed’s

Farewell Austin Reed’s - What better way to mark its passing, 90 years after the Regent Street store opened, than with a selection of Tom Purvis posters from the and

Isn’t this brilliant? What a bold and challenging way to present an African city in the 1930s. Although this image is easily available, finding out who created it and when is much more difficult. Various sources put it between 1935 and 1940 and its...

Visit Johannesburg, the Wonder City. This vintage travel poster circa 1935 show skyscrapers in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Leftover London / Farewell Austin Reed’s

Farewell Austin Reed’s - What better way to mark its passing, 90 years after the Regent Street store opened, than with a selection of Tom Purvis posters from the and

Leftover London / It’s the streamlined steamtrain of typewriters

Leftover London / It’s the streamlined steamtrain of typewriters

Wiktor Gorka’s 1973 poster for the Polish circus is a cracker.

Wiktor Gorka’s 1973 poster for the Polish circus is a cracker.

It is!  As it was in 1923, when this Irene Fawkes poster first appeared.

Blackberry time, by Irene Fawkes, 1923 Published by Underground Electric Railways Company Ltd, 1923 Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode, Format: Double royal Dimensions: Width: Height: Reference number:

Leftover London / The joy of funnels

Art Poster: Orient Cruises, Vintage Cruise Travel Canvas Print - The Zedign House - Store

I’m all for avoiding road fatigue. Designed, very pleasingly, by Austin Cooper in 1933 and up for auction on Saturday.

Original Vintage Posters -> Advertising Posters -> LNER Railway Take Your Car by Train - AntikBar

Leftover London

Here are a couple more of Harry Riley’s ‘Pall Mall Fashions’ illustrations from the Suits for the natty dresser in London.

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leftoverlondoner: “ vntgtravel: “ Etat Travel Poster, ” Londres to Algeria - magnifique!

Leftover London / Farewell Austin Reed’s

Austin Reed by Tom Purvis, a British poster designer and painter. this is an advertisement for Austin Reed, a mens clothing company

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