- London Rovers.
- London and Middlesex, England.
- Peter Roberson (1907-1989).
- A fabulous montage of frontages and rooftops of 26 famous London buildings. The wood-effect surround is a little unusual as well, forming a virtual frame. Travellers were given the opportunity to enter a competition to name all the buildings. The poster is also advertising the Red Rover tickets introduced in the late 1950s to give cheaper off peak travel on buses, and the new Twin Rover for Underground as well as buses. The bus stop is right in the middle of the image to show that all these sights can be reached by bus. Year Published
- 1958 Size
- Double Royal (approx 40 x 25in or 101.5 x 63.5cm) Other Details:
Original Vintage London Transport Poster
Print Code - 258/372M/2500 - (printed in Feb 1958, to a run of 2500)
Printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd London & Dunstable Condition Grade and Condition Report:
Grade: B+, un-conserved.Edge creasing, pinholes, tear bottom right edge with acid-free tape on rear.
More detailed photos are available on request if required. More About The Artist:
Peter Roberson was born in Oxford in 1907, went to Oxford Art School, and to the Clarendon Press in 1924 where he drew maps and designed book jackets. He moved to London to work in advertising as a visualizer, illustrator, poster designer and copywriter. He designed 29 posters for London Transport between 1948 and 1978.
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