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From the 1930's the Post Office commissioned Britain’s leading artists and designers to create posters publicising postal services. Our lovely range of blank cards feature a range of these posters - only £1 each and get FREE delivery when you buy five or more with code GPOPHOTO. These cards will only be available until the end of this year, so order soon!
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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER Think Ahead, Write Instead by Hans Schleger / Zero (1945) Zero was a leading figure in the development of modern British graphic design and received a number of commissions from the Post Office during the war years. This poster is part of a campaign responding to wartime pressures on telephone services.

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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER From the 1930s the Post Office commissioned Britain’s leading artists and designers to create posters publicising postal services. This card features a poster encouraging the public to save through the Post Office Savings Bank, c.1940.

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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER Post It Early in The Day by Harry Stevens (1960)

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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER Don't Be A Pirate! by Robert Broomfield (1959). Robert Broomfield produced a number of posters in the late 1950s including this one, which refers to the granting of transmission and radio licenses.

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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER Sidney Alick Knight was a designer, illustrator and lithographer who worked for National Savings and the Daily Telegraph as well as the Post Office. He produced a number of posters throughout the 1950s and 1960s including this eye-catching design.

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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER Save for National Safety byFrank Newbould (c.1939) From the 1930s the Post Office commissioned Britain’s leading artists and designers to create posters publicising postal services.

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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER Please Pack Very Carefully (Dog) by Tom Eckersley (1959). Tom Eckersley was commissioned by organisations from London Transport to RoSPA and companies including Gillette and Shell. Eckersley also established the first undergraduate courses in graphic design in Britain at the London College of Printing.

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£1 - free delivery with code PINPOSTER Please Pack Very Carefully (cow) Tom Eckersley was commissioned by organisations from London Transport to RoSPA and companies including Gillette and Shell. Eckersley also established the first undergraduate courses in graphic design in Britain at the London College of Printing.

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