Signs of the Times set of three prints
This set contains the three prints of the stamps from the Signs of the Times stamp issueRead more
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This set contains the three prints of the stamps from the Signs of the Times stamp issue.
Neon signs are intensely coloured electric signs lighted by long, luminous gas-discharge tubes that contain rarefied neon or other gases. Neon tubes were first demonstrated in 1910 by Georges Claude at the Paris Motor Show, and were reportedly first used to advertise a barber’s shop. Neon signage and advertising subsequently became popular throughout the world. Today we are conscious of the heritage value of our historic neon signs.
- The Skipping Girl print
- The Pink Poodle print
- Dandy Pig print
- Each print measures - Width: 297mm Height: 420mm