404 King's Road, London SW10 0LJ     |     +44 (0)20 7352 9309

0 items, £0.00   |   View Basket

Not Logged In. Login Now   |  View Wishlist

Come Along Boys Enlist ToDay UK WWI

£750.00

Original vintage World War One military recruitment poster - Come Along Boys! Enlist To-Day - featuring a great design by W.H. Caffyn (1870-1958) showing a smiling British soldier walking along with his Enfield rifle gun whilst smoking a pipe and looking out to the viewer against the white background with an extract from letter written in the trenches of the Aisne by General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien (1858-1930): The moment the order came to go forward, there were smiling faces everywhere. The First Battle of the Aisne took place in September 1914; the British Expeditionary Force II Corps under the command of the distinguished British Army officer General Sir Horace Lockwood Smith-Dorrien (who also fought in the Second Boer War and was one of the few British survivors of the Anglo-Zulu War Battle of Isandlwana) led the advance at Aisne due to I Corps under General Douglas Haig being delayed by the forests. Published by the Parlimentary Recruiting Committee – Poster No. 22. Printed by the Haycock-Cadle Co. London. Good condition, restored tears, restored paper losses, staining, backed on linen.

Country
UK
Year
1910s
Style
Propaganda Posters
Artist
W.H. Caffyn
Size (cm)
75x50
Add To Wishlist
Share |

Stay Up To Date

Be the first to hear about special offers, new products and more - sign up to our newsletter.

Payment Options

We accept all major credit cards using PayPal. All payments are 100% secure.

Mastercard, VISA, PayPal

Delivery

All items ordered for UK delivery have free delivery, but we can also deliver to Europe and across the World.

Find Out More >

Easy Returns

All of our antique and vintage posters, books, maps and prints are guaranteed originals.

Find Out More >

© Copyright Antikbar   |    Terms & Conditions   |    Privacy Policy   |    Returns Policy   |    Site Map

Web Design by Surefire Media