|Title||124 Cartridges for 15 Shillings and Sixpence|
|Collection||Imperial War Museum: Posters of Conflict - The Visual Culture of Public Information and Counter Information|
|Printer||Metchim and Son Ltd, London SW1|
|Publisher/Sponsor||National War Savings Committee|
|Concept||advertisement, civilian effort, postal services, war loans / savings|
|Description||whole: the title is paced across the top, with the subtitle across the bottom, both in blue. Further text is in blue. All held within a red and blue frame and set against a white background.
image: text only.
text: 124 CARTRIDGES FOR 15s 6d
and your money back with interest
Do YOU know that every 15s 6d you put into a War Savings Account at the Post Office can purchase 124 Cartridges?
How many Cartridges will you provide for our men at the Front?
For every 15s 6d you put into a War Saving Account, you will receive £1 in five years' time; that is five per cent. compound interest, and you will have helped to win the War. You can withdraw your money at any time if you need it.
For full Particulars
GO TO THE POST OFFICE TO-DAY
Poster No.13. PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE, 18 AND 19, ABINGDON STREET, WESTMINSTER, S.W.
PRINTED BY METCHIM AND SON, LONDON. 20m Wt. 5213/331. (7940).
|Id Number Current Accession||IWM PST 7905|
|Location Creation Site||Great Britain|
|Measurements Dimensions||758 mm x 504 mm|
|Format Series Notes||National War Savings Committee Poster No.13. E 126. This version uses slightly different text to PST 7904, PST 10346 and PST 10347. Uses similar text to PST 10335 and PST 10336.|
|Event||WW1 British Home Front|
|Related Country||Great Britain GB|
|Rights||IWM reproduction right|
|Style Period Period||1914-1918|