1948 GUINNESS Vintage Advert ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS Hatta Haigha GROVES RAINES Print
GUINNESS ADVERTISING Anthony Groves-Raines ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS GE1363
The Illustrated London News
BOTTLE AND JUG
It shows Alice, the King, Hatta and Haigha discussing the looking glass land practise of sending people to jail BEFORE they take someone's Guinness, so that when it happens no one will mind. There is a nonsense style verse beneath the image subtitled A passage which, by some oversight, Lewis Carroll never wrote. From the art work of Anthony Groves-Raines, miel and bearing the Guinness ad. number GE 1363. Info. The March Hare and Hatter of the first book, Alice in Wonderland, make a brief re-appearance in the guise of Anglo Saxon messengers called Haigha and Hatta. This would look lovely framed.
On the reverse is the red top edged advertising page from the illustrated London News showing adverts for: Bulmers Pomagne – McVitie and price biscuit – Cerebos salt - Greys Cigarettes – Sumrie Clothes - Reive – Ronuk polishes - Paripan Enamel - United British Insurance Company.
Suitable for framing. The page measures overall approx. 365x250 mm (14.25x 10 inches). There is some age yellowing possibly with some spotting - please check the larger picture for condition. This is a page from a The Illustrated London New and therefore it's printed on both sides. This item will be packaged in a tube.
Ebay Member since August 2001
Antique and Vintage Prints, Maps & Ephemera - Newspapers, Magazines, Back Issues & Books.
Write a review and let shoppers know what you think of this product.