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The First House Coming Out by Joe Scarborough Signed Art Print

£300.00

Limited edition signed artboard. Commissioned by LK Tool Company Limited. 'The First House Coming Out' on the reverse side, you will find a calendar from 1980 which you can open out!

 

Inner Dimension (LxH) 46cm x 43cm
Outer Dimension (LxH) 57cm x 62cm


 

"Oh Stan, weren't that smashing, Bogart and Bergman together".
"Yes Alice it was, what do you fancy doing now love ?"
"I think I'll remember that song forever, You must remember this, a kiss is just a kiss".
"Well yes love, but I thought we'd go back to our house for a while, mi' mam and dad will be out".
"And when Bogart and Claude Rains walked across that rain-swept airport I thought I'd never stop crying".
"Aye, smashing love, but we could call for some chips if you wanted".
"Didn't you think it was lovely when he said— Here's looking at you kid".
"I could take yer to see a car I'm thinking of buying perhaps".
"Ingrid Bergman didn't really lie to him you know Stan".
"Yes love, I did work that one out, but I was wondering what we'd do next".
"We're going back to your place for some chips and you're going to tell me about this new car, aren't you love".
"Women I'll never fathom them".

 


Stanley Eric Willis and Alice Wetherall were married in the New Methodist Chapel in Petre Street and after living a year in his parent's house, moved into a house in Chippinghouse Lane. Alice left her job in April 1961 to have the first of their three children. Much to Stanley's objection, the boy's middle name was Humphrey.

The First House Coming Out by Joe Scarborough Signed Art Print

£300.00