Australian Daybills-Always Great Art!

The Australian Daybill is not a particularly large poster-since the mid-1940’s, most measure out at 13″x30″ in a predominately vertical format. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for in some of the best artwork in the poster world. Much of the artwork is in a stone-litho printing process resulting in soft, yet strong colors. A few in my collection.

The Longest Day- 1962 – 13″x30″

Linenbacked & Restored

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Thrill Of It All- 1963 – 13″x30″

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Hers To Hold- 1943 – 13″x30″

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Send Me No Flowers- 1962 – 13″x30″

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That Darn Cat- 1975 – 13″x30″

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Love Cage- 1962 – 13″x30″

Linenbacked

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South Pacific- 1958 – 13″x30″

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Make Haste To Live- 1954 – 13″x30″

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Assassination In Rome- 1965 – 13″x30″

Linenbacked

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