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Liberal Party Tariff Reform Quack Doctors

£450.00

Original antique political election propaganda poster issued by the Liberal Party - Bad For The Quack Doctors - featuring an illustration of the statesman and Liberal politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1908 to 1916 Herbert Henry Asquith (1852-1928) handing out Old Age Pension papers and Cheap Sugar packages to an elderly couple and a young girl with the Conservative Party politician Henry Chaplin (1840-1923) and statesman Austen Chamberlain (1863-1937) as doctors holding a medical bag marked Tariff Reform with the text and conversation in quotes below - From The Westminster Gazette. Mr. Asquith: Here's an Old Age Pension for you old people and cheaper sugar for the little girl, and her brothers and sisters. The Tariff Reform Doctors (Mr. Chaplin and Mr. Austen Chamberlain): That's very awkward for us. Here have we been saying that neither of these things could be got without swallowing our Tariff Reform medicine. Published by the Liberal Publication Department. Printed by The Avenue Press, London. Horizontal. Very good condition, folded, restored tears, minor foxing, minor creasing, staining, tear.

Country
UK
Year
1910
Style
Propaganda Posters
Artist
HG
Size (cm)
76x51
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