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Bannockburn / Hassall
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Bannockburn / Hassall
Tank in action
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Tank in action
The Sport of Kings by Ian Hay Featured Image

The Sport of Kings by Ian Hay

Promotional postcard for The Sport of Kings by Ian Hay. First produced at the Savoy Theatre, 8th September 1924. Billed as a racing comedy'. The boy looks round the corner at the policeman as he hands the supposedly blind man a betting slip. Artist: John Hassall. For a tour to the Prince of Wales Theatre, Lucknow. 26th November 1928. Date: 1928

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Literary and artistic contributors to the charitable magazine, Printers Pie Featured Image

Literary and artistic contributors to the charitable magazine, Printers Pie

Literary and artistic contributors to the charitable magazine, Printers Pie, lined up for a photograph during a dinner given by W. Hugh Spottiswoode at the Savoy. Among the guests can be seen John Hassall, centre back row, and two along from him on the right, Starr Wood. A young H. M. Bateman can also be seen second from left, middle row. Date: 1906

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Advertisement or advertorial for Onoto safety pens in Printers Pie magazine Featured Image

Advertisement or advertorial for Onoto safety pens in Printers Pie magazine

Advertisement or advertorial for Onoto safety pens in Printers Pie magazine, featuring an illustration of the many contributors to the magazine reading a copy. The tall figure with the moustache holding one side of the magazine is the artist John Hassall, who designed its front covers up to and throughout the First World War. Printers Pie was published by The Sphere and Tatler in aid of printers charities and edited by W. Hugh Spottiswoode. A sister publication, Winter's Pie, was published each Christmas. Both magazines carried contributions from the leading artists and humorous writers of the day including John Hassall (who designed the covers), William Heath Robinson, Lawson Wood and Walter Emanuel. Date: 1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Kitchener by John Hassall
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Kitchener by John Hassall
Cecil Aldin by John Hassall
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Cecil Aldin by John Hassall

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