Banned saucy seaside postcards from the past

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The Donald McGill museum in the Isle of Wight pays homage to Donal McGill, who spent his life creating comic artworks for the then thriving postcard industry. He created more than 12,000 postcards between 1904 and 1962, when he died.

McGill became king of the double entendre in an era that was characterised by British prudishness.

Saucy seaside postcards

Saucy seaside postcards


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