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Auction History Result

4z0045 POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK linen 34x43 English advertising poster 1940s great art of Strachan!

Date Sold 7/9/2020
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A Linenbacked English Advertising Poster (measures 33 3/4" x 43 1/4" [86 x 110 cm]) (Learn More)

The Post Office Savings Bank was established in 1861 in England as a way to provide depositors who do not have access to banks a safe and convenient method to save money. At the time, banks were mainly in the cities and largely catered to wealthy customers, and rural citizens and the poor had no choice but to keep their funds at home or on their persons. Later, many other countries adopted such systems (including the United States, Japan, Netherlands, Canada, and many more).
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Important Added Info: Note that this is one of four similar posters we are currently auctioning that were issued by this bank in the 1940s. Each has a different image by a different artist. We don't know if only four such posters were created, or if there were more in the series. If anyone knows more about this, please e-mail us and we will post it here.

Note that this poster ships in a very long tube (at least 33" long, but possibly 50" long or more). Therefore the shipping for this poster will be more than that for a poster that ships in a tube 32" or shorter, and possibly much more. Please bear this added shipping expense in mind before bidding on this poster. You can tell how long of a tube this poster needs to ship in by looking at the shorter dimension of its length and width and then adding 4" to that (so a 47" x 63" poster will need to ship in a 51" long tube).
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Overall Condition and Pre-Restoration Defects with Quality of Restoration: very good to fine. The poster was never folded. It had the most minor of border wear. Overall, the poster was in very good to fine condition prior to linenbacking. The poster was nicely backed, and displays well!
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