Posters

Poster; How long since you saw a sunset in the country? , by Harold Sandys Williamson, (see Florian), 1922
Simple name : Poster
Date : 1922
Collection : Posters
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 1983/4/1351
Size : H 1016mm, W 635mm
Print code : 33.1000.18.1.22
Reproduced in : Taylor, Sheila (ed), 2001. The Moving Metropolis. Laurence King Publishing in association with London's Transport Museum, p192
Publisher : Underground Electric Railway Company Ltd : 1922
Printer : Chromoworks Ltd
Descriptive size : Double royal
Content text : UNDERGROUND HOW LONG SINCE YOU SAW A SUNSET IN THE COUNTRY? BY DISTRICT RLY. TO SUDBURY TOWN OR STH. HARROW
Title : How long since you saw a sunset in the country?
Colour : Light Green
Printed by : Chromoworks Ltd
Record completeness :
Record 85% complete
Double royal : Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.
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