Synonymous with the British seaside, Bamforth's saucy postcards were sold in huge numbers from seaside kiosks and joke shops up and down and country. These books collect an array of these postcards from artists such as Douglas Tempest, Arnold and Phillip Taylor, Ben Fitzpatrick and Donald McGill. They often got in trouble with the censors, and much of the material is still in poor taste, though an interesting reflection of the times. Due to their content these are for adults only.
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