[Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd?] : Sergeant Dan's favourite breakfast [1910-1930s?]
- 1920 - 1935
Proof chromolithographic print probably intended for an advertisement for Creamoata breakfast cereal, shows a smiling dark-haired boy eating a bowl of steaming porridge.
Date is uncertain. The image differs from the illustrative Sergeant Dan character created in 1915. And Dan is shown as dark-haired, in contrast to the image most commonly seen in the 1930s. Like other 1930s images, the image is realistic, but appears an older style than 1930s.
Quantity: 1 colour art print(s).
Physical Description: Chromolithograph proof print, on sheet approximately 260 x 260 mm.
Provenance: Previously part of the Ferrymead Printing Society's collection, as shown by stamp on verso.
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- Part of
- [Food product advertising, up to around A3 size, printed mainly by Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd. 1920-1950s. Folder 2]
- 1 colour art print(s), Ephemera, Chromolithographs, Advertisements, Chromolithograph proof print, on sheet approximately 260 x 260 mm., Orientation: Square image
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