“Shooting At The Moon” Is Guesswork. There’s A Lot Of Difference Between Guessing And Knowing
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“Shooting At The Moon” Is Guesswork. There’s A Lot Of Difference Between Guessing And Knowing

c1920s. Colour lithograph, 71 x 54.8cm. Repaired slight creases, minor soiling. Linen-backed.

Text continues “Bill Jones. Series 8. Copyright in all countries. Printed in England. Parker-Holladay Co. (England) Ltd. Drayton House, London, WC1, 41.”

“Bill Jones” was a fictional character created by a British publishing company Parker-Holladay during the 1920s and 1930s for the purpose of selling their motivational posters and cards to companies. The catch phrases of “Bill Jones” were designed to provide inspiration to employees to work harder and encourage a better work ethic. Parker-Holladay’s American office also used “Bill Jones” to promote their merchandise. Ref: Norman Rockwell Museum, USA.

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Item #CL182-18

Price (AUD): $990.00  Other currencies

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