Have you Met Bill Jones? Motivational Cards Propaganda Parker Holladay Co. Color Lithographs England

Have you Met Bill Jones? 1930’s Motivational Cards Propaganda Parker Holladay Co. Color Lithographs

*This is the English version*

Amount: 32 Cards

Another wonderful set of Have you Met Bill Jones? Motivational Propaganda Cards circa 1926.

Size: 2 1/2” x 3 1/4”
Condition: Fine with Group 2, “Why Envy” showing some bend damage; Group 3 “I Forgot” is also bent; Group 4 “Spell Economy” is slighly soiled and also bent.

Please see images for details.


Set is also the Parker Holladay Co. England.

Some cards have marks, but no card is torn. The Cards have been scanned in groups.
Copied from my previous entries:
“The original set of cards were made in the 1920’s by the American Co. Parker and Holladay Chicago.
Originally made in a 1920’s propaganda campaign used to motivate people in the work place. Displayed in work areas to promote industrial efficiency and unify the work force, they were made to show what a model worker was. The original designer of the cards was by a man named Charles Rosenfeld who was a sales man for The Mather Co. in Chicago.
The company was sold and production in England occurred with new images.”

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Period

1900-1940s

Category

Advertising

Category

Lithographs

Date Posted

11/30/16

Price

$995.00

Shipping

$25.00

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Price

$995.00

Shipping

$25.00

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