William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento
William Heath Robinson, ‘Boring The First Tunnel With An Early Type Of Rotary Excavator, And The Red Flag’, ca. 1935, Ottocento

Overall in very good condition, slight discolouration of paper. Handsomely framed and mounted behind glass in a gilded composite frame with foliate detail.

Signature: The former signed 'W. Heath Robinson (lower left) and inscribed with title (lower left and right)

Railway Ribaldry, first published by the Great Western Railway, Paddington, 1935.

About William Heath Robinson

British, 1872-1944, Islington, London, United Kingdom, based in London, United Kingdom