1942 WWII Antique Tanbridge, England Postmark Betrayed
Original Vintage Abram Games Poster
Printed by: Printed for H.M. Stationery Office by Stafford and Co. Ltd., Netherfield, Nottingham 51-4932 P.R. 65
Type: Original lithograph
Artist: designed by Abram Games (1914-1996) famous graphic designer, poster artist, and prolific advertising illustrator
Condition: A, linen mounted, very rare
This is an rare and original Abram Games war, military or propaganda photomontage poster entitled "Postmark Betrayed this H.Q" It features a burning red postmark for the town or village of Tanbridge, England, and is an amazing example of 1940's forties era world war two graphics and the work of Abram Games. Poster text reads: "A Postmark Betrayed this H.Q.: Use the Army Post Office." The clear and graphic message is to be very careful with wartime mail.
The design is indicative of Games' high modernist style, as in, sparse, direct, art deco and clean. During the war Games used photography, in photomontage to create surrealistic, modern poster design. We are very happy to offer a rare collection of his original poster work, which has been on our personal collection for years. See the entire collection here. The poster is archivally linen backed and ready for framing. We only have this one, and it is a very uncommon piece, rarely found.
Size: 14.25 x 19.25 inches
You'll deal directly with gallery owner Debra in your purchase: USPS Priority Shipping is FREE in US, Reduced rate for International USPS Priority shipping. We have a 100% approval policy. We want you to be happy with your poster purchase. A signed COA (Certificate of Authenticity) is included with each poster purchase. Debra has been selling original vintage antique posters on the web since 1995. We do not sell reproductions, only authentic antique posters.