Vintage Wwii Jacqmar Propaganda Wool Scarf 'time Gentlemen Please' Arnold Lever
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Vintage Wwii Jacqmar Propaganda Wool Scarf 'time Gentlemen Please' Arnold Lever:
VINTAGE WWII JACQMAR PROPAGANDA WOOL SCARF 'TIME GENTLEMEN PLEASE' ARNOLD LEVER
Rare Vintage Jacqmar Propaganda Scarf 'Time Gentlemen Please' 33 x 35ins
Designed by Arnold Lever during WWII in a brightly coloured palate depicting a retro style pub scene, the grey border edges are all names of London public houses. Slogans to each corner signed Jacqmar. Unusually in wool as mostly they were made from Rayon
A gem for any collector and of course can still be worn/displayed and enjoyed today.
Condition: A few minor marks mainly to grey border edges, Otherwise very good, no holes or damage
Meausurements: 33ins x 35ins
Postage within the UK: £3.00
Worldwide: £9.00 Signed for delivery only
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andymidge01 Store On 04-Mar-13 at 14:55:00 GMT, seller added the following information:
I have just noticed today while holding scarf up to the light a tiny hole in the border edge, My apologies that I failed to see this before listing. I have since taken a picture which I am happy to send via email should anyone wish to see it (the hole is slightly larger than a pin head)