Book Description
1930s, each 101 x 76cm, lithographic paper posters. All in very good, bright condition. All have been folded and a minority have a few closed tears to the edges / a little edge creasing. 'Mother Goose' has a closed tear to the centre also. Taylor's of Wombwell began as a small local printer in the 1890s in the then small mining town of Wombwell in Southern Yorkshire. Albert Taylor founded the company, but it was his two eldest sons who grew the business on their return from World War I by printing the publicity for a London theatrical agent whose touring show was just about to open in Barnsley. By the mid-1920s they were one of the leading printers of entertainment industry advertising in the United Kingdom. I will be bringing six posters to the Bristol Book Fair, advertising the following Pantomimes: Aladdin, Cinderella, Mother Goose, Babes in the Wood, Red Riding Hood and Jack and the Beanstalk. £45 each.
Author Taylor's of Wombwell (printers)

Price: £45.00

Offered by Gerald Baker

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