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The Sussex Coast and Rolling Downs, by Reginald Lander. At the top is the splendour of John Nash's Indo-Saracenic style Brighton (Royal) Pavilion built for the future King George IV from 1815. Underneath is the tranquility of the rolling countryside of the South Downs. It was intended to show the variation of attractions available in Sussex. This is one of the last series of posters which Lander produced for the railways. Original Vintage Railway Poster available on…


A nice detail for the attentive enthusiast, the optional hood ornament of the 1955 Nash Rambler Custom Super was designed by pinup artist George Petty. Photo by Motorland Vintage America/