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Men who mean business read The Financial Times every day

Poster
1952 (issued)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Men who mean business read The Financial Times every day. Colour lithograph poster, with a design featuring an anthropomorphised newspaper with human legs, advertising 'The Financial Times' newspaper. Signed.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Colour lithography
Brief Description
Men who mean business read The Financial Times every day. Colour lithograph poster, with a design featuring an anthropomorphised newspaper with human legs, advertising 'The Financial Times' newspaper. Designed by Abram Games. Great Britain, 1952.
Physical Description
Men who mean business read The Financial Times every day. Colour lithograph poster, with a design featuring an anthropomorphised newspaper with human legs, advertising 'The Financial Times' newspaper. Signed.
Dimensions
  • Height: 76.1cm
  • Width: 50.7cm
Dimensions taken from: Summary Catalogue of British Posters to 1988 in the Victoria & Albert Museum in the Department of Design, Prints & Drawing. Emmett Publishing, 1990. 129 p. ISBN: 1 869934 12 1
Marks and Inscriptions
(Signed.)
Subjects depicted
Associated Objects
Bibliographic Reference
Summary Catalogue of British Posters to 1988 in the Victoria & Albert Museum in the Department of Design, Prints & Drawing. Emmett Publishing, 1990. 129 p. ISBN: 1 869934 12 1
Other Numbers
  • 14/D8 - V&A microfiche
  • C.22806 - Previous number
Collection
Accession Number
E.156-1980

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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