M.G. Series "T.F." (Morris Motors, 1953). Rolled, Very Fin...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionM.G. Series "T.F." (Morris Motors, 1953). Rolled, Very Fine-. British Advertising Print (25" X 35") "Safety Fast," J. Pelling Artwork.
The MG TF series of cars were a very popular model of roadster in production from 1953 to 1955, with 9,602 cars manufactured. This poster, produced by the MG Car company (Morris Garages) depicted their latest sportscar as being very safe and very fast, all at the same time. MG specialized in British sports cars, starting in 1920. The poster shows mild edge wear, light creasing, and minor tears. There is a small gouge at the bottom of the image background and a very thin dust shadow at the bottom left edge. Rolled, Very Fine-.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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