1928 Dennis Fire Engine print
This is a print of a pencil drawing taken form an original photograph. The original image was shot circa 1928 outside Hanley Fire station in Old Hall street Stoke on Trent.
It is believed to be part of the publicity around the installation of pneumatic tyres onto the fire engine following the opening of the Michelin factory in the city in late 1927.
The print run is limited to five hundred, each print is individually numbered and signed by the artist Alan Ratcliffe.
The price includes Royal Mail signed for delivery which will be in a heavy duty five inch round cardboard roll with plastic end stops.
The print is unmounted and and unframed and measures approximately 51cm x 38cm.