1946 Advert Print NORVIC Shoes Bruce Angrave MATADOR Vintage Advertising

£6.99
Original 1940's advertising.

NORVIC SHOES ADVERTISING

 

An original page from an issue of:

COUNTRY LIFE

DATED 1946 and entitled:

NORVIC
 

A full page advertisement from an issue of COUNTRY LIFE Magazine for Norvic Shoes and shows a matador, a bull, and a shoe.The artwork design was by Bruce Angrave. Info. - Bruce Angrave 1914-1983 worked as a freelance book and magazine illustrator, and artist, executing works for the Festival of Britain in 1951 and Expo 70 in Japan. He designed posters for the GWR, LMS, LNER and British Railways.

On The reverse are four quarter page ads for: Berry's Electric Fires - Why I Bank at Lloyds, by a Property owner - Lodge Spark Plugs - Black and White Scotch Whisky.



CONDITION/DIMENSIONS
 

The page measures overall approx. 320 x 230 mm (12.5 x 9 inches). There is some age yellowing with light handling marks.It is printed on both sides. This advert/print will be sent in a board backed envelope.This is an original advert from the date stated and not a later reproduction.

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Weight 0.1kg