The Sun Always Shines on Harwich and Dovercourt

Designer: Unknown
Decade: Unknown
Year: Unknown
Dimensions: 63.5 x 101.5 cm
Printed by: Stafford & Co. Ltd.
Published by: Great Eastern Railway
Country: England
Condition: 9/10
Very special antique poster from the English cities of Harwich and Dovercourt in Essex. Dovercourt is a small coastal town and seaside resort. It is older than the more famous city of Harwich. Today, cities are cohesive.

This is one of our oldest posters, but unfortunately we do not know exactly when this poster is from. However, we guess that it was made close to the year 1900. This poster is not to be found anywhere else, so it is difficult to get more information about it. Despite its advanced age, the poster is in almost perfect condition. Three folds and some patina is the only negative to say about the poster and patina is not decidedly negative and the three folds will level out in a frame.

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