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Title

Geoffrey Ford Political Poster Collection

Date

1902-1975

Record(s) in the RefNo tree branch below the current record:
DM2641/1

Labour Party: I am voting Labour (No.6) They took £30.000.000 off our taxes

October 1924

DM2641/2

Liberal Party: Tariff Reform Means Happier Dukes

January 1910

DM2641/3

Labour Party: I am voting Labour They have looked after the worker

October 1924

DM2641/4

Liberal Party: You want more employment The Liberals will remove the causes of bad trade (Lloyd George)

n.d.

DM2641/5

Liberal Party: The Last Word Why not have the last word yourself?

1906

DM2641/6

Liberal Party: Vote Liberal and Ride in the Popular Car

1910

DM2641/7

Labour Party: Greet the Dawn Give Labour its chance

n.d.

DM2641/8

Conservative Party: The Radical "Free Trade" Slaves

1910

DM2641/9

Conservative Party: What Free Imports mean Unemployed (to Mr Asquith)

n.d.

DM2641/10

Conservative Party: It's work we want A Free Trade Victim

1910

DM2641/11

Labour Party: The New Umpire Put Labour 'In' this time

n.d.

DM2641/12

Labour Party: The New Voter Poor Old Dears! Isn't it pathetic?

n.d.

DM2641/13

Labour Party: Men and Women Workers Your chance at last

n.d.

DM2641/14

Conservative Party: Kill it, John, Now. Tariff Reform and Socialism

1906

DM2641/15

Conservative Party: The Grab-all

1910

DM2641/16

Conservative Party: Working Men You can't eat your cake and have it

n.d.

DM2641/17

Labour Party: Greet the Dawn Give Labour a Majority

1924

DM2641/18

Conservative Party: That Radical Cheap Loaf Where is it?

1910

DM2641/19

Labour Party: Words words words Vote Labour and get something done

n.d.

DM2641/20

Conservative Party: An obvious preference British Lion

1910

DM2641/21

Conservative Party: Killing the British Lion Free Trade

1906? 1910?

DM2641/22

Liberal Party: A Herring to catch a sprat Tariff Reform

n.d.

DM2641/23

Liberal Party: The Two Loaves Stick to Free Trade and an Untaxed Loaf

1910

DM2641/24

Liberal Party: The Two Loaves Stick to Free Trade and an Untaxed Loaf

1910

DM2641/25

Liberal Party: Budget/Land Revenues The Dukes - Hi there! come down, that's our air

1910

DM2641/26

Labour Party: Yesterday - the trenches

n.d.

DM2641/27

Labour Party: Workless

n.d.

DM2641/28

Liberal Party: Vote Liberal and Ride in the Popular Car

1910

DM2641/29

Conservative Party: Socialism means Atheism (Pudsey Division Election sticker attached)

1910

DM2641/30

Conservative Party: Radicalism means Socialism

1910

DM2641/31

Unionist Party: You cannot trust him or his rag Put your trust in Britain's flag (Overpasted with Vote Labour leaflets)

1924

DM2641/32

Labour Party West Bristol Division: The Labour Party is Your Party. Pay Pay Pay

n.d.

DM2641/33

Britain in Europe: Keep Britain in Europe Vote Yes on June 5th

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/34

Britain in Europe: Don't let Britain fall says Harvey Smith Keep Britain in Euro

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/35

Britain in Europe: Don't run Britain out says Mary Peters Keep Britain in Europe

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/36

Britain in Europe: Don't hit Britain out says Colin Cowdrey Keep Britain in Europe

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/37

Britain in Europe: Jobs for the boys Vote Yes to keep Britain in Europe

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/38

Britain in Europe: Don't knock Britain out says Henry Cooper Keep Britain in Europe

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/39

Labour Party: Campaign for Britain in Europe

1975

DM2641/40

Britain in Europe: Don't Drive Britain out say Jackie Stewart Keep Britain in Europe

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/41

Conservative Party: Put Britain First Vote Conservative

n.d.

DM2641/42

Britain in Europe: Vote Yes on June 5th

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/43

Britain in Europe: Vote Yes to keep Britain in Europe

n.d. [1975?]

DM2641/44

Conservative Party: Put Britain First Be positive. Vote Conservative

n.d.

DM2641/45

Group of 24: Great Britain not State Britain No to Nationalisation

n.d.

DM2641/46

Liberal Party: Not taking any. Tariff Reform. Beware of Tory Promises

1910

DM2641/47

Liberal Party: The Labourers' Liberal Ladder Vote Liberal

1924

DM2641/48

Liberal Party: Destruction Obstruction Construction

1924

DM2641/49

Conservative Party: Over-burdened

n.d.

DM2641/50

Conservative Party: Lest we forget

1902

DM2641/51

Liberal Party: No work No work No work Vote Liberal and stop all this. (Overpasted with Vote Labour leaflet)

n.d.

DM2641/52

Liberal Party: The result of a course of Liberal treatment John Bull

1910

DM2641/53

Labour Party: The Hope of the World

1924

DM2641/54

Labour Party: Labour's first Prime Minister Ramsay Macdonald

n.d.

DM2641/55

Conservative Party: Old Age Pensions 1909 lie

1910

DM2641/56

Party unknown: The Foreigner's Got My Job

1906

DM2641/57

Conservative Party: We've Done It

1910

DM2641/58

Conservative Party: John Bull's Quack Doctors Drs Asquith and Lloyd George

n.d.

DM2641/59

Conservative Party: Foreign Competition Free Trade

1910

DM2641/60

Conservative Party: Hen Roost Robbery Mr Lloyd-George

n.d.

DM2641/61

Conservative Party: Hoisting the Black Flag John Bull

1910?

DM2641/62

Conservative Party: The Blunderbudget What he fired at - and what he also hit

n.d.

DM2641/63

National Unionist Association: Russians owe us £722,500,000 (Overpasted with Vote Labour leaflet)

1924

DM2641/64

Liberal Party: Liberalism the Right Way

1924

DM2641/65

Labour Party: Use Your Head! Support your own team and vote Labour

1924

DM2641/66

Conservative Party: Happy-Go-Lucky John Bull

1910

DM2641/67

Conservative Party: It all depends on U John Bull

1910

DM2641/68

National Unionist Association: The Socialists promised me work I've not got it

1924

DM2641/69

Labour Party: Back the treaty and get busy! (Overpasted with Labour leaflet)

1924

DM2641/70

Liberal Party: So Simple Don't You be tricked!

1906

DM2641/71

Liberal Party: An Awkward Reminder Tariff Reform

1906?

DM2641/72

Liberal Party: Taxes on food in "Tariff Reform" Countries

1906

DM2641/73

Liberal Party: Tariff Reform or Free Trade?

1906

DM2641/74

Liberal Party: Broadening the Basis Food Taxes

1906?

DM2641/75

Liberal Party: How the Liberals have chained up the dogs of war

1910

DM2641/76

Labour Party: Good in office, best in power

1924

DM2641/77

Conservative Party: How long can you compete against this? Tariff Reform is your remedy

1906

DM2641/78

Labour Party: Safety First. The Labour Party works for peace.

October 1924

DM2641/79

Labour Party: Support the men and women who gave you victory

1918? 1924?

DM2641/80

National Unionist Association: If Liberal MPs are against Socialist Tyranny Why did they vote with the Socialists in Parliament?

1924

DM2641/81

National Unionist Association: Socialists say the Bolshie Loan will make work So it will - for Russians and Germans but not for you.

1924

DM2641/82

National Unionist Association: The Empire a Business Asset Empire Development means less unemployment

1924

DM2641/83

Liberal Party: Liberalism - IT!

1924

DM2641/84

National Unionist Association: Knock 'em all down on Wednesday By voting Unionist

1924

DM2641/85

National Unionist Association: Red Justice. British Justice is Your Birthright

1924

DM2641/86

National Unionist Association: Mr Facing-Both-Ways The Liberal MP condemns Socialism but votes with Socialists in Parliament

1924

DM2641/87

National Unionist Association: Giant Strides to Nowhere

1924

DM2641/88

Liberal Party: Tariff Reform means a step blindfold

n.d.

DM2641/89

Liberal Party: The Last Word

1910

DM2641/90

Conservative Party: The Great Naval Eclipse

1910

DM2641/91

Liberal Party: Liberals DreadNought

n.d.

DM2641/92

Liberal Party: Under which flag? Peers or people?

1910

DM2641/93

Independent candidate: Vote for Fred Ogden. The Right to Rule! The two certificates.

1910

DM2641/94

Liberal Party: Putting back the clock. Lords' veto

n.d.

DM2641/95

Liberal Party: The Blocked Road to popular control in education Signed by Balfour

1906?

DM2641/96

National Unionist Association: Bolshevik Bolshevik Where have you been?

1924

DM2641/97

National Unionist Association: What about houses? Vote Unionist and get a move on

1924

DM2641/98

Liberal Party: Reform whitewash House of Lords

1910

DM2641/99

Liberal Party: Granny Lord: Come along now and take the nice medicine Working Man: No thanks.

1910

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