Original vintage chromolithograph posters (full set of 4 modernist rebuilding after the war until 1951) . Produced for the National savings Published in the 1940's. Size Handbill 38 x 24 cm. Post inclusive for the UK/world as light and within the size brackets for safe postage. All pretty mint condition from a set bought from storage. If any others on the page are wanted contact re a trade price.
Info:-National Savings opened for business on 16 September 1861. The Bank was set up to encourage ordinary people to save money safe in the knowledge that it was secured by the government. It also provided the government with finance but the Bank did not just offer savings accounts, over time it introduced a range of other services including government stocks and bonds in 1880, war savings in 1916 and premium savings bonds in 1956. These were produced as publicity posters reflecting the vintage fashions of the time but on cheaper paper so many have edge nicks often 1 or 2mm. They were printed as chromolithographs so the colour is strong and does not fade.