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For the Zoo book to Regent's Park - Charles Paine (1921) Loading
For the Zoo book to Regent's Park - Charles Paine (1921)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Brightest London is best reached by Underground - Horace Taylor (1924) Loading
Brightest London is best reached by Underground - Horace Taylor (1924)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Summer sales quickly reached - Mary Koop (1925) Loading
Summer sales quickly reached - Mary Koop (1925)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Boat Race - Charles Paine (1921) Loading
Boat Race - Charles Paine (1921)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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The lure of the Underground - Alfred Leete (1927) Loading
The lure of the Underground - Alfred Leete (1927)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Boat Race 1923 - Charles Paine (1923) Loading
Boat Race 1923 - Charles Paine (1923)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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Rugby at Twickenham - Laura Knight (1921) Loading
Rugby at Twickenham - Laura Knight (1921)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Keep warm - travel Underground - Kathleen Stenning (1925) Loading
Keep warm - travel Underground - Kathleen Stenning (1925)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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Take them to the zoo - James Henry Dowd (1924) Loading
Take them to the zoo - James Henry Dowd (1924)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Museum of Natural History - Edward McKnight Kauffer (1923) Loading
Museum of Natural History - Edward McKnight Kauffer (1923)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Off to the zoo - Reginald Rigby (1915) Loading
Off to the zoo - Reginald Rigby (1915)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Chelsea v Arsenal - unknown artist (1913) Loading
Chelsea v Arsenal - unknown artist (1913)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Brightest London and home by Underground - Horace Taylor (1924) Loading
Brightest London and home by Underground - Horace Taylor (1924)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Boat Race - Kate M Burrell (1924) Loading
Boat Race - Kate M Burrell (1924)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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Flowers o' the corn - Edward McKnight Kauffer (1920) Loading
Flowers o' the corn - Edward McKnight Kauffer (1920)

Original size - Double crown

Double crown is the descriptive size for posters that are 30 x 20 inches. This is slightly smaller than the standard double royal size, which is the most commonly used by the Underground. Double crown posters were originally displayed on the front panel of buses and the side panels of trams.

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It is warmer below - Frederick Charles Herrick (1927) Loading
It is warmer below - Frederick Charles Herrick (1927)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Hampton Court - Adrian Allinson (1934) Loading
Hampton Court - Adrian Allinson (1934)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Wimbledon tennis - Andre Edouard Marty (1933) Loading
Wimbledon tennis - Andre Edouard Marty (1933)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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It is cooler below - Frederick Charles Herrick (1926) Loading
It is cooler below - Frederick Charles Herrick (1926)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Boat race day; Saturday 30th March - Charles Sharland (1912) Loading
Boat race day; Saturday 30th March - Charles Sharland (1912)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Summer is here; flee the town - Irene Fawkes (1926) Loading
Summer is here; flee the town - Irene Fawkes (1926)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Brighter London for theatreland - Harold Sandys Williamson (1924) Loading
Brighter London for theatreland - Harold Sandys Williamson (1924)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

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Wimbledon - Herry Perry (1931) Loading
Wimbledon - Herry Perry (1931)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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Trooping the Colour - Aldo Cosomati (1923) Loading
Trooping the Colour - Aldo Cosomati (1923)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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Lord's; Oval - Anna Katrina Zinkeisen (1934) Loading
Lord's; Oval - Anna Katrina Zinkeisen (1934)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

Available to buy

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Flowers of the riverside - Edward McKnight Kauffer (1920) Loading
Flowers of the riverside - Edward McKnight Kauffer (1920)

Original size - Double crown

Double crown is the descriptive size for posters that are 30 x 20 inches. This is slightly smaller than the standard double royal size, which is the most commonly used by the Underground. Double crown posters were originally displayed on the front panel of buses and the side panels of trams.

Available to buy

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Kingston by Tram - Charles Paine (1920) Loading
Kingston by Tram - Charles Paine (1920)

Original size - Double crown

Double crown is the descriptive size for posters that are 30 x 20 inches. This is slightly smaller than the standard double royal size, which is the most commonly used by the Underground. Double crown posters were originally displayed on the front panel of buses and the side panels of trams.

Available to buy

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For the zoo - Maurice A Miles (1934) Loading
For the zoo - Maurice A Miles (1934)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

Available to buy

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Hampstead - Kate M Burrell (1930) Loading
Hampstead - Kate M Burrell (1930)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

Available to buy

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Tate Gallery by tube - Nancy Fowler (1986) Loading
Tate Gallery by tube - Nancy Fowler (1986)

Original size - Double crown

Double crown is the descriptive size for posters that are 30 x 20 inches. This is slightly smaller than the standard double royal size, which is the most commonly used by the Underground. Double crown posters were originally displayed on the front panel of buses and the side panels of trams.

Available to buy

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For the Wimbledon Tournament June 25th - Aldo Cosomati (1922) Loading
For the Wimbledon Tournament June 25th - Aldo Cosomati (1922)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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Southend-on-sea - Verney L Danvers (1924) Loading
Southend-on-sea - Verney L Danvers (1924)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

Available to buy

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Molesey Regatta - unknown artist (1928) Loading
Molesey Regatta - unknown artist (1928)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

Available to buy

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England versus West Indies - Rosemary Ellis (1939) Loading
England versus West Indies - Rosemary Ellis (1939)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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The Boat Race - F H Stingemore (1926) Loading
The Boat Race - F H Stingemore (1926)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

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Kenwood - Margaret Calkin James (1935) Loading
Kenwood - Margaret Calkin James (1935)

Original size - Double royal

Double royal has been the standard poster size used by the Underground since 1908. This 40 x 25 inch format has been used almost exclusively by railway companies.

Available to buy

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Please stand on the right of the escalator - Fougasse (1944) Loading
Please stand on the right of the escalator - Fougasse (1944)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

Available to buy

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London memories; Kew Gardens - Fred Taylor (1918) Loading
London memories; Kew Gardens - Fred Taylor (1918)

Original size - Double crown

Double crown is the descriptive size for posters that are 30 x 20 inches. This is slightly smaller than the standard double royal size, which is the most commonly used by the Underground. Double crown posters were originally displayed on the front panel of buses and the side panels of trams.

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Streatham - Tony Castle (1927) Loading
Streatham - Tony Castle (1927)

Original size - 360mm x 715mm

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Australia MCC at Lord's - Herry Perry (1930) Loading
Australia MCC at Lord's - Herry Perry (1930)

Original size - Panel poster

Panel posters were produced for display in Underground car interiors, as well as on the inside and outside of buses and trams. Because they did not have to fit a standard frame or wall space, they are smaller than other poster formats and vary slightly in size.

Available to buy

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