Bonhams : The Golden Age of the British Poster

The Golden Age of the British Poster

9 May 2007, starting at 14:00 BST .

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This sale is now finished. If you are interested in consigning in future sales, please contact the specialist department. If you have queries about lots purchased in this sale, please contact customer services.

Edward McKnight Kauffer (American, 1890-1954) First thing every morning - Eno's Fruit Salt Circa 1925, printed by the Westminister Press, London, 760 x 505mm (30 x 19 3.4in)(SH). With another by the same hand and two by Lovat Fraser, all for Eno's (condition A/B)(4)

Dora M Batty By Underground 30 minuites from town to open country 1925, printed by Vincent Brooks Day & Son Ltd, for the London Underground, 1018 x 635mm (40 x 25in)(SH)(condition A)

Frederick C. Herrick (British, 1887-1970) The Open Gate that Leads from Work to Play 1925, printed by Sanders Phillips& Co.,Ltd., and the Baynard Press, London, published for the London Underground, 1018 x 635mm (40 x 25in)(SH)(condition B)

Frederick C. Herrick (British, 1887-1970) Come out at Easter Circa 1925, printed by the Baynard Press, 1010 x 650mm (39 3/4 x 25 1/2in)(SH)(condition C)

Edward Bawden (British, 1903-1989) Changing the Guard 1925, 1015 x 635mm (40 x 25in)(SH)(condition A)

John Austen (British, 1886-1948) Are you going to the first British Advertising Convention, Harrogate, July 4th to the 8th 1925, printed by J Weiner Ltd., London, 755 x 485mm (29 3/4 x 19 2/8in)(SH)(condition A)

Irwin Brown (British, active circa 1925) The National Radio Exhibition Circa 1925, printed by Streaker Brothers, London; 760 x 505mm (30 x 19 3/4in)(SH)(B), with two others for the National Radio Exhbition by A Gollner and C Scott, two for the Anglo-Catholic Congress and one for the Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia by EJK (condition B/C)(6)

Frederick C. Herrick (British, 1887-1970) Upriver Excursions - Kew Gardens and Richmond; Country Excursions - Edgware & Hounslow and South Harrow; Seaside Excursions - Southend 1926, four from the series, all printed by Sanders, Phillips and Co., Ltd, The Baynard Press, 1015 x 635mm (40 x 25in)(SH)(condition A)(4)

Horace Taylor (British, active 1920's) To Summer Sales by Underground 1926, printed by Vincent Brooks Day & Son Ltd., London, 1015 x 635mm (39 3/4 x 25 1/4in)(SH)(condition B)

Edward McKnight Kauffer (American, 1890-1954) The Flea - At the Natural History Museum, South Kensington, by the London Underground 1926, printed by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd., London; 1015 x 633mm (39 7/8 x 24 7/8in)(SH)(condition A)

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Buyer's Premium Rates
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25% of the hammer price of amounts in excess of £2,500 up to and including £300,000;
20% of the hammer price of amounts in excess of £300,000 up to and including £3,000,000;
and 13.9% of the hammer price of any amounts in excess of £3,000,000.

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