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81 Sidney Garrad British b.1916
Takes You There And Brings You Back. British European Airways, 1949. Colour lithograph, signed "Sag" in image centre right, 101.5 x 63.4cm. Repaired minor tears. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Serving the United Kingdom, Isle of Man, Channel Isles and the Continent of Europe. BEA 1118-5-49-1250. Printed by Chromoworks Ltd., London." Held in Zurich University of the Arts.
Born in Fulham, London, Sidney Arthur Garrad was a graphic artist, poster designer and typographer, who studied under renowned artist E. McKnight Kauffer. Ref: Imperial War Museum, UK.
$1,850

82 BCPA "Southern Cross" Route Spans The Pacific c1950
Colour process lithograph, 75.1 x 48.8cm. Minor discolouration to right edge. Linen-backed.
Text continues "British Commonwealth Pacific Airlines Ltd. 5094. Deaton & Spencer Pty Ltd., Lithographers. Printed in Australia."
$1,650

83 Car And Motor Cycle Races.
Ballarat Aerodrome
c1950
Colour lithograph, 42.4 x 30.8cm. Reinforced corners, rubbing, surface loss, minor creases, foxing, old folds.
Text continues "Harley Club of Victoria. Light Car Club of Australia. Nov. Sat. 18th, Sun. 19th, Proceeds to charity. Admission 3/-, parking 1/-. Children under 14 yrs free."
$1,100

84 Frank Wootton British 1911-1998
Fly To Australia [BOAC], 1950. Colour lithograph, signed in image lower left, 75.8 x 62.5cm. Overlay on image upper left, pinholes, repaired tears, minor stains. Linen-backed.
Text continues "British Overseas Airways Corporation in association with Qantas Empire Airways Limited, South African Airways, Tasman Empire Airways Limited. 50/624. Printed in Great Britain."
Illustrated in Riding the Skies: Classic Posters from the Golden Age of Flying, 1989, p132.
$2,850

85 La Moto Qui Donne Des Ailes. Socovel...
...[The Motorcycle That Gives You Wings], c1950. Colour lithograph, 62.2 x 80.6cm.
Text continues "Imprime ches Marci, 30 rue Bara, Bruxelles [Brussels, Belgium]."
$1,850

86 You Can Further Your Ambitions...
...Nominating As A Candidate For Miss Australia, 1950. Colour lithograph, 75.8 x 50.8cm. Repaired pinholes and old folds. Linen-backed.
Text continues "An alternate prize to an overseas glamour tour is two years study abroad if winner be a student of the arts or professions. Full particulars: Miss Australia Quest (Victorian section), 262 Queen St., Melbourne. Ph: MU 9895, MU 9896." There was no Miss Australia Quest from 1950 to 1952 due to an unpleasant dispute between Miss Australia 1949 (Margaret Hughes) and her chaperon. Ref: Wiki.
$1,650

87 John Telfer Gray Australian 1911-1972
Canberra. Australia's National Capital, c1950s. Colour process lithograph, signed in image lower right, 100.8 x 64.2cm. Pinholes, ink mark, minor creases, stains and discolouration to margins. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Photo litho. McLarens Melbourne." Held in SLNSW.
$2,200

88 Colorosa Australian Wine c1950s
Gouache, 80 x 50.7cm. Slight rubbing, cracking, surface loss. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Sydney Wine Co. Ltd. Companion to good eating." Very uncommon original poster design.
$2,850

89 A. Ampsoker. England And All Of Europe.
Pan American
c1950s
Colour screenprint, signed in image lower right, 89.1 x 55.5cm. Repaired tear to lower centre and edges. Linen-backed.
Text continues "The world's most experienced airline. Screen processed in USA."
$1,650

90 Fly BCPA To Australia c1950s
Colour lithograph, signed "K. Howland" in image lower right, 74 x 48cm. Repaired tears, creases, slight rubbing. Linen-backed.
Text continues "British Commonwealth Pacific Airlines. Printed in Australi[a]."
$1,650


91 Fly TEAL, Australia c1950s
Colour lithograph, 97.2 x 65cm. Repaired pinholes and slight missing portions. Linen-backed.
$2,200

92 David Klein American 1918-2005
Fly TWA. Italy, c1950s. Colour process lithograph, signed in image centre right, 102.3 x 62.4cm. Repainted upper corners, repaired tears, minor soiling. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Litho in USA."
$1,650

93 Harold Freedman Australian 1915-1999
Rats Destroy. Destroy Rats, c1950s. Colour lithograph, signed in image lower left, 45.5 x 61.4cm. Old
folds. Linen-backed.
Text continues "W.M. Houston, Government Printer, Melbourne. Issued by the Department of Health, Victoria by authority the Hon. E.P. Cameron, MLC, Minister of Health."
$990

94 Percy Trompf Australian 1902-1964
To Western Australia By Trans-Australian Railway, c1950s. Colour lithograph, signed in image lower
right, 101.3 x 62.9cm. Linen-backed.
Text includes "Save days. Mundaring Weir. Portion of 'The Golden Mile' Kalgoorlie. Crossing the Nullarbor Plain to W.A." The Trans-Australian Railway was completed in 1917 and stretched across 1693kms of Australia, between Port Augusta, South Australia, and Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Held in National Museum of Australia.
$2,200

95 A. Ampsoker. Washington DC, USA.
Pan American
c1950s
Colour screenprint, signed in image lower right, 89.3 x 55.7cm. Repaired tear to lower centre of image and edges, minor scuffing. Linen-backed.
Text continues "World's most experienced airline. Screen processed in USA."
$1,650

96 John Falter American 1910-1982
"Escape To Australia" ["Saturday Evening Post"], 1951. Colour process lithograph, signed in image lower left, 72 x 55.4cm. Repaired old folds and missing portions to edges, minor soiling. Linen-backed.
Text includes "'My fifteen years with the MacArthurs.' 'Can the new A-bomb stop troops in the field?' by Stewart Alsop and Dr Ralph Lapp. 'Hedy Lamarr sells her past' by Pete Martin. The
Saturday Evening Post, Sept. 29, 1951. Printed in USA 9-29-51." An illustrator for numerous major American magazines, John Falter's first cover for The Saturday Evening Post (Sept., 1943) was a portrait of Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), who is considered to be the founder of the magazine: in 1728, Franklin established the Pennsylvania Gazette newspaper, it was later renamed The Saturday Evening Post in 1821. The Post became a magazine about 50 years later. Ref: Wiki.
$1,250

97 BOAC Monarch Stratocruiser 1951
Colour lithograph, signed "Wof" in image lower left, 95.8 x 59.6cm. Replaced portions to upper right and left edges, repaired minor tears. Linen-backed.
Text continues "London to New York. London to Montreal. British Overseas Airways Corporation. 51/615. Printed in Great Britain."
$2,650

98 To The West In Air-Conditioned Com fort...
...Trans-Australian Railway, c1951. Colour process lithograph, 100.6 x 62.9cm. Repaired tears, creases and old folds. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Fast diesel electric trains." Held in NLA. Diesel electric trains (GM1) commenced opera tions on the Trans-Australian Railway on 23 Sept., 1951. They were built between 1951 and
1967 by Clyde Engineering in Granville, NSW for the Commonwealth Rail ways. Ref: Wiki.
$2,850

99 Jean Carlu French 1900-1997
Fly By Clipper To Australia And New Zealand. Where Summer Spends The Winter, 1952. Colour process lithograph, signed "Jean Carlu & Dubois" in image lower left, 106.7 x 70.5cm. Repaired tears and minor missing portions to edges. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Pan American World Airways. The world's most experienced airline. Clipper, trademark, reg. US. Pat. Off., litho in USA. Copyright 1952 Pan-American World Airways Inc." Held in
NLA.
$1,850

100 Kangaroo c1952
Colour lithograph in three sheets, signed "Zeck" in image lower right, 198 x 101.2cm. Minor stains, missing portion to image centre left and repaired tears to edges. Linen-backed.
Text includes "Dedicated to the pioneers who made Australia great! Darryl F. Zanuck presents Maureen O'Hara, Peter Lawford. With Finlay Currie, Richard Boone, Chips Rafferty, Charles (Buddy)
Tingwell and tremendous Australian cast. Directed by Lewis Milestone. Produced by Robert Bassler. First and only Technicolor production made in Australia by 20th Century Fox [up to that time]."
$2,200

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