An artist's interpretation of a British football team's 'Nick-name' and possible derivation of that name - This one shows:
Also subtitled with the nick name - in this case:
A funny cartoon style print showing a football match, and a miner with a pick-axe appearing from a tunnel in the goal mouth, surprising the players. These sketches or cartoons would have been originally produced in the 1950’s and probably for a Boy’s annual or Footy paper. They are reproductions printed at a later unknown date, on what is curiously, a mixture of actual antique paper, vintage paper, and what looks to be quite modern paper (in other words, printed on various paper types - if the type is important - please ask!). As collectibles I think the artwork and the artist's views are possibly more important than the age of the paper. Provenance: unknown, bought as a lot in an auction with other prints etc.
Provenance: UNKNOWN. It measures approximately 230 x 200 mm (9 x 8 inches) - (but they do vary slightly in size and colour) and is in good condition. It is blank on the reverse and suitable for framing. It will be packaged in a board backed envelope.
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