1943 VINTAGE GUINNESS ADVERT John Gilroy WHERE'S MY GUINNESS WW2 Print GE1134

Product code: SOLD GE1134
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Original vintage advertising print dated 1943 for Guinness showing a camouflaged gun emplacement titled My Goodness Where's My Guinness.

Guinness Advert GE1134

An original full page advert from a magazine

Country Life

 

Artist/Illustrator: John Gilroy
Title: My Goodness where's My GUINNESS?
Print Method: Lithograph
Dimensions: The page measures overall approx. 320 x 225 mm (12.5x8.75inches).
Date of Publication/Production: 1943 - from the date stated and not a later reproduction.
Provenance: Country Life ; Published London 1943.

From the Goodness series of adverts from the artwork of John Gilroy. An original dated full page showing a painter and decorator, who has been painting camouflage on a gun turret or pill box, and is returning to find his Guinness and lunch box vanished (hidden by the camouflage netting). Series No. GE1134.

 

CONDITION/DIMENSIONS

From the date stated and not a later reproduction. This is a page from a periodical and therefore is printed on both sides. The page measures overall approx. 320 x 225 mm (12.5x8.75inches). There is some age yellowing around the edges - please check the larger picture for condition. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.

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Product Code SOLD GE1134
Weight 0.21kg