1937 GUINNESS GOLF Advert CLUBBERWOCKY Gilroy HITLER BERCHTESGADEN Photos.

£17.99
Guinness advert with characters and a nonsense poem based on Lewis Carroll's the Jabberwocky from Alice Through the Looking Glass.
An original page from an issue of

The Illustrated London News

DATED 1937

Titled
 

CLUBBERWOCKY
 

A full page advert for Guinness showing:

Several Alice in Wonderland type characters and a nonsense poem based on Lewis Carroll's the Jabberwocky (from Through the looking glass and what Alice found there) which begins  Twas niblig and the tweeded droves did wag and swipe as they offplayed...... and ends .......All downish was the Guinnessglass For strengthly afternoon'. Artwork by Gilroy, bearing the GE number GE684a

On the reverse: A picture (and some small amount of text) of Hitler's Holiday Chancellery at Berchtesgaden, and a picture and notes on an Early Tudor Embroidered Hood.
 

CONDITION/DIMENSIONS

This is an original page from the date stated and not a later reproduction. The page measures overall approx. 355 x 240 mm (14 x 9.5 inches ). There is a little age yellowing otherwise in good condition - please check the larger picture for condition. This item will be packaged in a tube.

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Weight 0.21kg