Set Advertising Posters Newspaper Jack Wood Carter Oconnor Set of three original vintage nespaper advertising posters. 1. What's Jack Wood up to? - Featuring a black and white photograph of a man in a suit holding a smoking pipe peeking out from the side of the poster. Black lettering set against orange background. Very good condition, folds, creasing. Country of issue: UK, designer: Unknown, size (cm): 77x51, year of printing: 1930s.; 2. Evening Standard - City Prices - Handwritten headline reads: Carter's Triumph - Set against beige and blue background. The Evening Standard was founded in 1827, and was in paid circulation until 2009, when it became a free newspaper. Fair condition, folds, creasing, paper loss on top edge, tears, staining. Country of issue: UK, designer: Unknown, size (cm): 74x43, year of printing: 1970s.; 3. Sunday Times, featuring the headline: Men, Women & Memories by T.P. O'Connor, M.P. - Stylised title over blue, and bold red lettering set against white background. The Sunday Times was founded in 1821 as The New Observer, and is a broadsheet Sunday newspaper. Thomas Power O'Connor (1848-1929) was an Irish journalist, political figure, and a Member of Parliament between 1880-1929. Fair condition, folds, tears, creasing, pinholes, paper losses, staining. Country of issue: UK, designer: Unknown, size (cm): 79x51, year of printing: 1900s.
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