Image: IWM (Art.IWM PST 11442)

Object Details

Category
Posters
Related period
First World War (production), First World War (content)
Creator
Caffyn, W H (Undefined)
Haycock-Cadle Co, Camberwell, London SE (printer)
Parliamentary Recruiting Committee (publisher/sponsor)
Production date
1914-12
Place made
Great Britain, United Kingdom
Materials

Support: paper

medium: lithograph

Dimensions

Support: Height 750 mm., Width 502 mm.

Catalogue number
Art.IWM PST 11442

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