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  • IVOR THE ENGINE. by FIRMIN, Peter
    FIRMIN, Peter
    IVOR THE ENGINE.

    Original full colour art work for a comic-strip for PIPPIN comic, 22nd September 1983. Pippin was a UK children's comic, published by Polystyle Publications between 24.09.1966 and 26.09.1986, featuring characters from British pre-school television programmes. Stories were generally of four or eight numbered panels, with a short sentence below each illustration. Peter Firmin, together with Oliver Postgate, created some of children's television most-loved and rightly famous characters, Noggin the Nog, Clangers, Bagpuss and Ivor The Engine. Please note that the price quoted is subject to VAT.

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  • IVOR THE ENGINE. by FIRMIN, Peter
    FIRMIN, Peter
    IVOR THE ENGINE.

    Original full colour art work for a comic-strip for PIPPIN comic, 21st July 1983, no. 930. Pippin was a UK children's comic, published by Polystyle Publications between 24.09.1966 and 26.09.1986, featuring characters from British pre-school television programmes. Stories were generally of four or eight numbered panels, with a short sentence below each illustration. Peter Firmin, together with Oliver Postgate, created some of children's television most-loved and rightly famous characters, Noggin the Nog, Clangers, Bagpuss and Ivor The Engine. Please note that the price quoted is subject to VAT.

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  • 'Listening In'. by Strube, Sidney ‘George’ (1891 - 1956).
    Strube, Sidney ‘George’ (1891 - 1956).
    'Listening In'.

    1925. An original cartoon by Strube drawn in pen & ink on Whatman Drawing Board. 38 x 26.5 cm's. The cartoon, which is stamped on the verso: '17 Jan 1925,' and which was probably published in The Daily Express, shows an Ashes Test in Australia, from the series of 1924/5. Please note that the price listed is subject to VAT.

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  • 'Mrs Burton's Bun Shop.' by ARDIZZONE, Edward. [1900-1979].
    ARDIZZONE, Edward. [1900-1979].
    'Mrs Burton's Bun Shop.'

    1963. Original pen & ink artwork for an illustration to chapter twenty of Eleanor Farjeon’s ‘Kaleidoscope,’ illustrated by Ardizzone and published in 1963. The chapter is titled, ‘On the Road.’. Please note that the price listed is subject to VAT.

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  • Original watercolour sketch. by ARDIZZONE, Edward. [1900-1979].
    ARDIZZONE, Edward. [1900-1979].
    Original watercolour sketch.

    1956. Original watercolour sketch, squared up in pencil, showing Mr. Punch with dog Toby visitng a young woman and a French poodle; being the artwork for an unused cover design for ‘Punch’ magazine., Spring 1956. Measures 27.5 x 21.3 cms. The reverse has an part of an ink drawing by the artist. Please note that the price listed is subject to VAT.

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  • 'THE BOY WHO WOULD GROW UP'. by STRUBE, Sidney 'George' (1891-1956).
    STRUBE, Sidney 'George' (1891-1956).
    'THE BOY WHO WOULD GROW UP'.

    1925. 'THE BOY WHO WOULD GROW UP.' An original cartoon by Strube drawn in pen & ink on Whatman Drawing Board. 38 x 26.5 cm. The cartoon, which is stamped on the verso: '27th Jan 1925, and which was probably published in the Daily Express, shows Uncle Sam congratulating John Bull for returning the pound to the Gold Standard. The shrunken and shabby figures of the franc and the lira look on. Some dust-soiling, else very good.

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  • The original artwork in watercolour and pen & ink for page 18 of Cam's first book BARBARA LAMB, published by John Lane in 1944. by CAMPBELL, Barbara Mary.
    CAMPBELL, Barbara Mary.
    The original artwork in watercolour and pen & ink for page 18 of Cam's first book BARBARA LAMB, published by John Lane in 1944.

    1944. The artwork is identical to that used except for the absence of the text, which probably would have been laid onto the illustration. Taped into mount; else very good. Price quoted is subject to VAT.

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  • 'TO-DAY'S CROSS ROAD SOLUTION'. by STRUBE, Sidney 'George' (1891-1956).
    STRUBE, Sidney 'George' (1891-1956).
    'TO-DAY'S CROSS ROAD SOLUTION'.

    1925. An original cartoon by Strube drawn in pen & ink on Whatman Drawing Board. 38 x 26.5 cm. The cartoon, which is stamped on the verso: '14th Jan 1925, and which was probably published in the Daily Express, shows pedestrians crossing a traffic-fileld road by means of an escalator and a helter-skelter. Light dust-soiling, else very good.

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  • Margaret Thompson
    WATERCOLOURS FOR GREETINGS CARDS.

    De La Rue, No date [circa 1880’s]. Two fine watercolour designs attributed to Margaret Thompson for greeting cards, published by De La Rue, circa 1880’s. ‘LOVE FOR THEE NO CIRCLING YEARS CAN CHANGE.’ ‘MAY FRIENDSHIP GIVE NEW BLOOM TO ALL THEY YEARS.’ Some rubbing to the wording on one card; else in excellent order. These came from the collection of Henry Herbert Harrod, author of children’s books and a collector of original illustration.

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