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Background imageMarketing Collection: Daisy Bell by Harry Dacre

Daisy Bell by Harry Dacre
Promotional music sheet for Daisy Bell music hall song of 1892 by Harry Dacre and sung by Katie Lawrence shown here in typical cycling costume

Background imageMarketing Collection: Empire Marketing Board - Penang, British Malaya

Empire Marketing Board - Penang, British Malaya
Empire Marketing Board Poster design, Penang, British Malaya (now Malaysia), printed for the Empire Marketing Board. Showing a busy scene at the docks. Date: circa 1930

Background imageMarketing Collection: Empire Marketing Board poster - Gibraltar

Empire Marketing Board poster - Gibraltar
Empire Marketing Board poster showing a family on the deck of a ship which is sailing close to the rock of Gibraltar

Background imageMarketing Collection: British Empire Marketing Board poster - Takoradi Harbour

British Empire Marketing Board poster - Takoradi Harbour
Native Chiefs in Palaver, Takoradi Harbour in Ghana, West Africa. Native chiefs meeting a British official or governor of the area during a period when large parts of Africa still formed part of

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster depicting cocoa pod gathering

Poster depicting cocoa pod gathering
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board depicting the gathering of cocoa pods

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster advertising a New Zealand Dairy Farm

Poster advertising a New Zealand Dairy Farm, designed by Frank Newbould for the Empire Marketing Board

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster of the Suez Canal

Poster of the Suez Canal
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board, showing a view of the Suez Canal from on board ship

Background imageMarketing Collection: Drink More Milk poster

Drink More Milk poster
Poster issued by the National Milk Publicity Council showing a pretty, and wholesome looking dairy worker enjoying a glass of fresh milk

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster advertising Norway

Poster advertising Norway, showing a pretty milkmaid with a yoke and two buckets. 20th century

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster depicting Colombo, Ceylon

Poster depicting Colombo, Ceylon
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board, depicting dock workers loading and unloading cargo at Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

Background imageMarketing Collection: The Chickaleary Cove by Ernee Clark and W Raine

The Chickaleary Cove by Ernee Clark and W Raine
The Chickaleary Cove music hall song of circa 1864 by Ernee Clark and W Raine, sung by The Great Vance (Alfred Vance), a hugely popular music hall singer

Background imageMarketing Collection: A New Hat Now! by James Rolmaz

A New Hat Now! by James Rolmaz
Promotional music sheet for A New Hat Now! by James Rolmaz, sung with the greatest possible success by J C Heffron, circa 1890

Background imageMarketing Collection: Kensitas cigarettes advertisement - they re slimming

Kensitas cigarettes advertisement - they re slimming
Advertisement for Kensitas cigarettes advising that the best way to avoid eating between meals, gaining unslightly fat and avoiding the future shadow (that of a portly older woman)

Background imageMarketing Collection: My Country Lane by Edgar Bateman & Albert Perry

My Country Lane by Edgar Bateman & Albert Perry
Promotional music sheet for My Country Lane music hall song by Edgar Bateman and Albert Perry. The singer, Alec Hurley, portrayed here, specialised in coster songs

Background imageMarketing Collection: The Pickwick Quadrille by Fred Revallin

The Pickwick Quadrille by Fred Revallin
Promotional music sheet for The Pickwick Quadrille, by Fred Revallin, taken from Pickwick by James Albery which was first performed at the Lyceum Theatre on 23rd October 1871 with Henry Irving as

Background imageMarketing Collection: Daisy Bell Waltz by Karl Kaps

Daisy Bell Waltz by Karl Kaps
Promotional music sheet for the Daisy Bell Waltz by Karl Kaps, based on the popular song Daisy Bell by Harry Dacres famous song

Background imageMarketing Collection: Advertisement for Daimler hire cars with chauffeur

Advertisement for Daimler hire cars with chauffeur
Advertisement for Daimler hire cars, complete with chauffeur. Showing a Daimler landaulette in front of a large country house. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster encouraging people to Buy Singapore Products

Poster encouraging people to Buy Singapore Products, depicting a prowling tiger. Issued by the Empire Marketing Board. C.1930

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster depicting people cutting bananas in Jamaica

Poster depicting people cutting bananas in Jamaica
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board, depicting people cutting bananas in Jamaica

Background imageMarketing Collection: Reaping sugar canes in the West Indies

Reaping sugar canes in the West Indies
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board, depicting the reaping of sugar cane in the West Indies

Background imageMarketing Collection: Notting Hill, by J B Geoghegan

Notting Hill, by J B Geoghegan
Promotional music sheet for Notting Hill, or Dodgers Lament For His Lost Love, music hall song by J. B. Geoghegan, and sung by Harry Liston

Background imageMarketing Collection: Where Did You Get That Hat? By James Rolmaz

Where Did You Get That Hat? By James Rolmaz
Promotional music sheet for Where Did You Get That Hat? music hall song of 1888 by James Rolmaz. Illustrated by noted artist H G Banks

Background imageMarketing Collection: My Hats A Brown un, by E W Rogers

My Hats A Brown un, by E W Rogers
Promotional music sheet for My Hats A Brown Un music hall song of 1891 by E. W. Rogers, sung by George Robey. The song suggests that the singers brown hat makes him famous

Background imageMarketing Collection: Cliquot by Frank W Green and J Riviere

Cliquot by Frank W Green and J Riviere
Promotional music sheet for Cliquot music hall song of 1870 by Frank W. Green & J. Riviere and sung by the ever-popular Alfred Vance, billed here as The Great Vance

Background imageMarketing Collection: The Electric Polka by Alphonse Cary

The Electric Polka by Alphonse Cary
Promotional music sheet for The Electric Polka by Alphonse Cary, circa 1880s, showing Mestopheles shining an electric light over the recently-constructed Victoria Embankment in London Date

Background imageMarketing Collection: Patriotic poster, Buy British - Britain Always First

Patriotic poster, Buy British - Britain Always First
Britain Always First - poster celebrating Britihs achievements in breaking speed records on land, water, air and rail. Part of a government campaign to tackle a balance of payments crisis

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster, Irish Free State Poultry

Poster, Irish Free State Poultry, design by Sean Keating for the Empire Marketing Board. circa 1928

Background imageMarketing Collection: Poster of Niger steamers loading groundnuts

Poster of Niger steamers loading groundnuts
Poster for the Empire Marketing Board, showing Niger steamers loading groundnuts. Date: C.1930

Background imageMarketing Collection: Take fresh milk and plenty of it

Take fresh milk and plenty of it
Poster from the Empire Marketing Board promoting fresh milk, with a happy and healthy baby brandishing a spoon in a high chair

Background imageMarketing Collection: Flooded Market 1931

Flooded Market 1931
Marketing waist-deep in water, life at Hankow during the flood from the Yangtze river

Background imageMarketing Collection: The Boy Wot Visits The Palace, by James Bruton

The Boy Wot Visits The Palace, by James Bruton
Promotional music sheet for The Boy Wot Visits The Palace song by James Bruton. A boy, known at the time as The boy Jones intruded into Buckingham Palace in 1838 and 1840

Background imageMarketing Collection: Zazel Valses, by Charles Dubois

Zazel Valses, by Charles Dubois
Promotional music sheet for Zazel Valses of 1877 by Charles Dubois. One of these waltzes was used to accompany her act which included being fired from a cannon

Background imageMarketing Collection: Fare you well Daisy Bell, by Harry Dacre

Fare you well Daisy Bell, by Harry Dacre
Promotional music sheet for Fare You Well Daisy Bell, written by Harry Dacre and sung by Lady Mansel and Miss Nora Gordon. Written in 1894, this was the sequel to the very famous Daisy Bell

Background imageMarketing Collection: Quite Too Utterly Utter by Robert Coote

Quite Too Utterly Utter by Robert Coote
Promotional music sheet for Quite Utterly Utter, a New Aesthetic Roundelay by Robert Coote. Poking fun at the aesthetic movement, it shows a stylish young man with sunflowers

Background imageMarketing Collection: The Flippity Flop Young Man by Harry Adams and E Jonghmans

The Flippity Flop Young Man by Harry Adams and E Jonghmans
Promotional music sheet for The Flippity Flop Young Man, a music hall song by Harry Adams & E. Jonghmans. The lyrics poke fun at the aesthetic movement

Background imageMarketing Collection: Empire Marketing Board

Empire Marketing Board - Buy-British advertisement for the Empire Marketing Board Date: 1932

Background imageMarketing Collection: Architectural Drawing, Residential Flats

Architectural Drawing, Residential Flats
An architectural drawing which shows an aerial view from the south, of some residential flats, the design was submitted in a competition organised by the Cement Marketing Company Ltd

Background imageMarketing Collection: Architectural Axonometric Perspective, Flats

Architectural Axonometric Perspective, Flats
An architectural axonometric drawing of designs for some residential flats, a commended submission for a competition organised by the Cement Marketing Company Ltd. Designed by architect R

Background imageMarketing Collection: Axonometric Residential Flats Design

Axonometric Residential Flats Design
An architectural axonometric drawing of designs for some residential flats, a commended submission for a competition organised by the Cement Marketing Company Ltd

Background imageMarketing Collection: Architectural Perspective Of Residential Flats

Architectural Perspective Of Residential Flats
This architectural perspective design placed second in a competition organised by the Cement Marketing Company Ltd. The flats were designed by architects A. P. Lloyd and E. W

Background imageMarketing Collection: Architectural Flats Illustration

Architectural Flats Illustration
A front cover architectural illustration of a block of flats, to a report on a competition for designs of five-storey flats, organised by the Cement Marketing Company Ltd. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageMarketing Collection: Residential Flats Architectural Competition Winner

Residential Flats Architectural Competition Winner
A winning architectural design for a competition organised by the Cement Marketing Company Ltd. This perspective shows a five storey reinforced concrete residential flat

Background imageMarketing Collection: A Map of New Zealand

A Map of New Zealand
A truly outstanding, and large scale, Empire Marketing Board poster map designed by Leslie MacDonald ('Max') Gill

Background imageMarketing Collection: A Map Of Irish Free State And Northern Ireland

A Map Of Irish Free State And Northern Ireland
a, map, of, irish, free, state, and, northern, ireland, 1929, truly, outstanding, large, scale, empire, marketing, board, poster, designed, by, leslie, macdonald, max, gill, this, design, for,

Background imageMarketing Collection: A Map of Scotland

A Map of Scotland
A truly outstanding, and rare, original Empire Marketing Board poster by the master of decorative map making, Leslie MacDonald ('Max') Gill

Background imageMarketing Collection: Street Life in London, 1878, The London Boardmen

Street Life in London, 1878, The London Boardmen
John Thomson, Street Life in London, 1878, The London Boardmen

Background imageMarketing Collection: Worlds largest shoe, repair business Portland, Oregon

Worlds largest shoe, repair business Portland, Oregon
The worlds largest shoe - a repair business in Portland Oregon, 1930 s

Background imageMarketing Collection: Beer is Best. Back cover of a booklet, part of the Brewers Society marketing campaign

Beer is Best. Back cover of a booklet, part of the Brewers Society marketing campaign during the 1930s, featuring an illustration of a cool, refreshing glass tankard of beer. Date: c.1935



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