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Original British Poster for Wamington c1940 by Yale

Post Office Savings - Warmington

John Yale
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43" x 33.75" - 109cm x 86cm

Wherever You Go… Warmington is c.1940 branch advertisement by Yale for the Post Office Savings Bank in the United Kingdom. Posters from this series depict regional branches of the Post Office Savings Bank throughout England, Scotland, and Ireland. Warmington is a small village in the West Midlands region near Oxfordshire, England.
The Post Office Savings Bank was formed in 1861 as part of a plan to finance the public debt. It allowed for accessible savings accounts for the lower -middle class. The history of banking in the United Kingdom had coalesced around major cities and catered to upper society. With the development of the Post Office Savings Bank, a majority of the citizenship, including those in rural areas, had access to secure banking. The banks also served as an important outlet for investments and sold Government Bonds and War Savings Certificates. Today, the Post Office Savings Bank operates under a new identity, National Savings and Investments.
This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.

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