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2007/30/1-28/1 Christmas card, 'Donna, Dahl & Geoffrey Collings', paper, designed by Dahl and Geoffrey Collings, London, England, United Kingdom, 1937. Click to enlarge.

Christmas card designed by Dahl and Geoffrey Collings

Designed
Christmas card designed by Dahl and Geoffrey Collings for Christmas 1937. On the front cover is a design featuring pink and yellow dots and three black and white portrait photographs cut in circular fashion of Donna, Dahl and Geoffrey Collings. The text in pink on the front cover reads 'Donna, Dahl & Geoffrey Collings'. Inside there is a coloured drawing of a dove in flight carrying an olive branch, a symbol of peace. On the back cover is a black and white photograph of a seagull in flight. …

Summary

Object No.

2007/30/1-28/1

Object Statement

Christmas card, 'Donna, Dahl & Geoffrey Collings', paper, designed by Dahl and Geoffrey Collings, London, England, United Kingdom, 1937

Physical Description

Christmas card designed by Dahl and Geoffrey Collings for Christmas 1937. On the front cover is a design featuring pink and yellow dots and three black and white portrait photographs cut in circular fashion of Donna, Dahl and Geoffrey Collings. The text in pink on the front cover reads 'Donna, Dahl & Geoffrey Collings'. Inside there is a coloured drawing of a dove in flight carrying an olive branch, a symbol of peace. On the back cover is a black and white photograph of a seagull in flight. The seagull is shown carrying a printed green olive branch.

Dimensions

Height

205 mm

Width

155 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Christmas card designed by Dahl and Geoffrey Collings 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 June 2022, <https://ma.as/422690>

Wikipedia

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