Tag Archives: Edward Wadsworth

Highs and lows

So, as previously advertised, it’s time to consider the Christies London Transport Sale.  Mostly this boils down to just one thought which is that is was really very expensive, and if things carry on like this we won’t be buying very many posters in the future.  A large chunk of what sold could be put […]

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Going Underground

So, the Christies auction.  Which is coming up on 5th November. I do have to admit that I was a bit hard on it last week when I said that it didn’t containg anything I was interested in.  This is not true, it just doesn’t have anything I can afford. Austin Cooper, 1933, est £800-1,200* […]

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Behind the scenes in the museum

Now, I promise, the last word on London Transport reproductions.  The discussion has rumbled on in the comments for a bit, but the big guns have now been called in to settle it. Imperial War Museum, Austin Cooper, 1932 This email is from Oliver Green, former Head Curator and Research Fellow of the London Transport […]

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