Great Britain. His Majesty's Stationery Office :The Empire's strength. Do you know that New Zealand produces six times as much butter to-day as during the last war and twice as much cheese; that wool, meat and fruit are also exported in very large quantities. These are the sinews of war. [1940s?]
- 1927 - 1935
- Great Britain. His Majesty's Stationery Office; Williamson, Harold Sandys, 1892-1978
Shows a reproduction of an illustration by H S Williamson, showing cows in a paddock in front of a milking shed. There is the shadowy shape of a conical mountain behind, suggesting Mount Taranaki.
Date is probably during the second World War, when the artist was specially employed by the War Artists' Advisory Committee to undertake a few specific works War Museum, Britain, via Stephanie Gibson, Te Papa, December 2005.
Alternatively the text may be post second World War - Printer's serial number at lower right is 51/6269.
Quantity: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on poster..
Physical Description: Photolithograph, on sheet 1010 x 640 mm.
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- 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on poster., Ephemera, Photolithographs, Posters, Photolithograph, on sheet 1010 x 640 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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