1941 Original Rare GUINNESS ADVERT WW2 Censor Strikes GE986 Stout COLOUR PRINT

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WW2 GUINNESS ADVERT - The Censor Strikes GE 986


An original full page from an issue of:



Guinness Is Good For You


An amusing WW2 Guinness stout advert showing the results of the Censor having inspected and 'passed' the Guinness. The advert is numbered GE 986.


On the reverse:

Small ads for - John Jameson, Macvita, Fortnum and Mason, Tennent's British Lager, De Reszke cigarettes, Swan Pens and inks, Grant's scotch Whisky, United British Insurance Company

Provenance: From The Illustrated London News, a newspaper founded by Herbert Ingram, with the first edition appearing on 14 May 1842.


The full page measures overall 360 x 255 mm (14 x 9.75 ") approx. It is printed on both sides. There is a little age yellowing; please check the picture(s) for condition. This item will be packaged in a tube. Sent RM Small Parcels.

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Condition Used
Weight 0.3kg