London 1936 - GWR

Designer: Ernest Coffin
Decade: The 1930s
Year: 1936
Dimensions: 63.5 x 102 cm
Country: England
Published by: GWR - Great Western Railway
Lithographically printed by: Lowe and Brydone
Condition: 10/10
✓ Original - not a reprint!
✓ Delivery in 2-4 working days
✓ 30 day right of return

Very rare original vintage travel advertising poster promoting tourism to London in the 1930s. This unique example was designed by Ernest Coffin (1868-1944) and published by the GWR (Great Western Railway) in 1936. The Great Western Railway was founded in 1833.

This original lithographic masterpiece is filled with details from the English capital, shown in a bird's eye view with, among other things, Pall Mall, Trafalgar Square and Nelson's Column with St. Paul's Cathedral. Double-decker London buses on the roads, bridges and ships on the River Thames as well.


10/10 - Very little wear on the sides, but otherwise absolutely perfect condition with fantastic colours.


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