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A Great Industry - Where Our Tea Comes From, 1937.

A Great Industry - Where Our Tea Comes From, 1937.

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A Great Industry - Where Our Tea Comes From, 1937.

Explore the fascinating history of tea plantations with this stunning poster from Stick No Bills. Created by celebrated British artist MacDonald "Max" Gill in 1931, this licensed artwork for the British Empire Marketing Board features colourful maps of India, Ceylon, Sumatra, and Java, highlighting the main tea plantation regions. Perfect for collectors or anyone interested in unique cartography and history, this Max Gill masterpiece will elevate your interior decor with its timeless style. Shop now and bring a piece of history into your home with this must-have poster print.

Specifications

  • Fine Art Print of the artwork achieved by twelve colour inkjet giclée (spraying) of latest generation pigmented inks
  • Richly textured, museum grade acid and lignin free matt-finish art paper. 100% FSC®-certified as responsibly harvested & biodegradable.
  • Uniquely numbered and embossed with an accompanying Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Protective (1,5-2,5cm.) white margin around the image for easy handling.

About

Illustrator: Macdonald "Max" Gill

Dimensions & Print Run

  • 11.6 x 16.5 in. / 29.7 x 42 cm. - Print run of 650
  • 20 x 28 in. / 50 x 70 cm. - Print run of 550
  • 24 x 35.8 in. / 61 x 91 cm. - Print run of 450
  • 29.1 x 43.3 in. / 74 x 110 cm. - Print run of 350
  • 31.5 x 47.2 in. / 80 x 120 cm. - Print run of 250

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Shipping & Returns

  • Museum Prints ship rolled typically within 7-9 working days.
  • Our Museum Prints are printed on demand, uniquely numbered and embossed and shipped worlwide from our Palma flagship store.
  • Packaging: biodegradable yet highly dent resistant tubes which fit up to 3 posters per tube.
  • Returns: please contact us on delivery if you experience any issue, we'll be happy to help!.

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  • About this Edition

    When you purchase a Stick No Bills Museum Edition you are investing in an embossed museum grade, age-resistant, acid-free fine art print of the artwork. One of a limited print run made under our Creative Director and Master Printers' supervision, each edition is embossed, numbered sequentially in HB pencil and comes with an accompanying certificate of authenticity.

    In the COA we hand-write the title of the artwork, the variant and the unique number of the print and it comes signed and sealed by an authorised Stick No Bills® signatory.

  • Giving Back

    We believe in giving back within the communities where we operate. Since our inception we have used fixed percentages of our net income from purchases of prints across all sales channels to fundraise for vital humanitarian, conservation, sporting and reforestation projects underway within the places depicted in our posters.

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