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Freight without delay with A.N.A. [picture] / Skate
Bib ID 3416669
Format PicturePicture
Author
Skate, R. Clayton
 
Printer (Melbourne : McLarens)
Description [Melbourne] : Australian National Airways, [195?] 
1 poster : col. ; 98 cm. 
Summary

A promotional poster of artwork depicting a blue hand holding a stopwatch with a wooden crate with a pair of wings on the face. The crate is painted with the words "By air"

Notes

Logo of: Australian National Airways.

Poster signed: Skate.

At foot of poster: Australia's most experienced airline.

Subjects Australian National Airways -- Posters.  |  Aeronautics, Commercial -- Australia -- Freight -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.
Other authors/contributors Australian National Airways
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Freight without delay with Australian National Airways

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