(Original) Vintage Posters

 

 

 

Here's a selection of original posters. Their condition is rated on an excellent - poor scale.

Remember that they are very old( between 31 - 45 years) and judgements are subjective. If you would like to purchase any of these, I will endeavour to describe the condition in more detail. Some of the posters are different versions to those shown on other parts of the website. All sizes shown are approximate.

We have been fortunate to have a number of original 1981 and 1982 Faerie Fayre posters donated to us, (see bottom of page for examples) and are selling these at a preferential price. Most are in excellent condition; I will confirm when you contact me.

Contact me for more information and methods of payment - lindafairsarchive@gmail.com

FAIRDATEOTHER INFOQUANTITYCONDITIONSIZEPRICE inc postage £

TREE Fair

The Spinney Rougham

September 3, 4 & 5th 1982 No 10 in website shop     

TWO

both V GOOD

A3 landscape

11-50 each

The DOME at the Eye Show Aug 28 & 29th 1977 No 35 in website shop

ONE

POOR

 A2 portrait

5-00

FAERIE Fair

Lyng

July 25 & 26th 1981 Full colour version - see below. TWENTY EXCELLENT A2 portrait 13-50 each

FAERIE Fayre

Lyng

July 3rd & 4th 1982

Blue/lilac version - see below.

TEN

EXCELLENT

 

 

A2 portrait 15-50 each

FAERIE Fayre

Lyng

July 3rd & 4th 1982

 

Green/blue version - see below.

FIFTEEN

EXCELLENT A2 portrait 15-50 each

THORNHAM Tree Fair

The Park Thornham Magna
June 18 & 19th 1983 No 31 in website shop ONE  EXCELLENT A2 portrait 11-50

TREE Fair - Fairs Against Famine

Long Marston
May 25-27th  1986 20 ALL EXCELLENT A3 landscape 5-50 each

Green Deserts HARVEST Fair

Somerset

Sept 23rd 1984 FOUR

4 x EXCELLENT

1 x V GOOD

 A3 landscape

6-50 each

5-50

   

                                               22. Lyng - Faerie Fayre '81 - Bruce Lacey                 22b Faerie Fayre 82  Blue                22a Faerie Fayre 82  Green    

 

Bruce Lacey created and designed these posters for the two Lyng Fairs, '81 and '82. The full colour on the left was for '81, the next year he used the same graphics with different colours, producing two versions for the '82 fair. We have all three as originals, donated to us by Mr Lacey himself.