Upton Park Boleyn 1970s Framed London Bus Blind

Upton Park Boleyn 1970s Framed London Bus Blind

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West Ham's well known ground at Upton Park was previously known as The Boleyn Ground, due to the fact that Anne Boleyn had apparently either stayed at or even owned Green Street House which once stood at this site. A genuine piece of London Transport history, these large original bus blinds make a huge statement on any wall in the classic Johnston font, commissioned by Frank Pick in 1913.

Although these are undated, they're linen/canvas backed so are most likely from the 1970s. As with any item this old, it may show signs of age such as small creases, marks or discolouration, but we think this just adds to its beauty and appeal.

Framed dimensions - 112cm x 25cm
Framed in a 30mm wide black card mount with black core, and 30mm wooden frame with black painted finish, supplied ready to hang.