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Puzzle Explained Treasury Conservative Party UK

£550.00

Original antique political poster issued by the Labour Party against the Conservative Party entitled The Puzzle Explained! featuring a large wooden barrel marked Treasury with a man at the top in charge of Taxes and two men taking away water in buckets, one smartly dressed man wearing a top hat and a red jacket and boots filling up his bucket marked Agricultural Rating and the other man in church clothing wearing a white clerical collar and hat walking towards the viewer holding two full buckets marked For Myself Clerical Tithes and For My Voluntary Schools with the text below reading John Bull: "Now I know where the Taxpayer's money goes when the Tories have the tap of the Treasury cask! I wonder how long the Taxpayer will stand it?" A satirical character that was first used in 1712, John Bull is a personification of the British public. Good condition, restored folds and minor loss on fold lines.

Country
UK
Year
1910s
Style
Propaganda Posters
Size (cm)
101.5x77
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