What interest is there in the small 10 x 30 daybills? The subject is not discussed very often. I have researched this topic for many years and have a lot of information to share that I would think would be interesting for you to know about.
Before I commence supplying information on this topic I would like to hear from anyone with what they know about 10 X 30 daybills .For example why all the duotone daybills, why a few weren't Richardson designs, what printers were involved, when were they printed, why did most of the 10 x 30 daybills printed for Paramount also have a 13 x 30 daybill design as well, either in colour or duotone, and so on?
John has previously published some excellent information on this topic on his website but I would like to expand on this.
I will refrain from saying anything for the time being to see what comes forward and perhaps a few images of the better !0 X 30 daybills would be appropriate.