An ICONIC WW1 Print entitled "BLIGHTY WOUND" From 'The Tatler' No.833, June 13th 1917. This charming & topical illustration refers to the 'reward' of a disabling wound which entitled a man to a Homeward Bound Ticket from France

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An ICONIC WW1 Print entitled " BLIGHTY WOUND" Originally in 'The Tatler' magazine No.833 of June 13th 1917. This charming & the topical illustration refers to the effects of a disabling wound which entitled a man to a UK Homeward Bound Ticket from France . PRINTED IN COLOUR ON HIGH QUALITY ART CARD ,@ APPROX' 8" x 10" An ICONIC WW1 Print entitled "BLIGHTY WOUND" From . An ICONIC WW1 Print entitled "BLIGHTY WOUND" From £6.95
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An ICONIC WW1 Print entitled "BLIGHTY WOUND" From 'The Tatler' No.833, June 13th 1917. This charming & topical illustration refers to the 'reward' of a disabling wound which entitled a man to a Homeward Bound Ticket from France
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An ICONIC WW1 Print entitled " BLIGHTY WOUND" Originally in 'The Tatler' magazine No.833 of June 13th 1917. This charming & topical illustration refers to the effects of a disabling wound which entitled a man to a UK Homeward Bound Ticket from France. A super accompaniment to a Princess Mary tobacco tin.