'F S' Series:

"The Pleasures of Cycling"

Series: The Pleasures of Cycling

The Pleasures of Cycling

Exchange is no Robbery

Signed "F S"

London View Company

FS Comic Series

10 August 1908

The Pleasures of Cycling

Amongst the poppies & the corn

No Signature

FS Comic Series

[Back not seen]

 

The Pleasures of Cycling

Will you mend my umbrella next please

No Signature

H Garner (Logo back)

15 April 1909

[also 30 October 1909]

The Pleasures of Cycling

Will you mend my umbrella next please [different writing]

No Signature

E.L.P.Co. Series

Printed in England

11 December 1911

[5 December 1911]

The Pleasures of Cycling

Cross-eyed Gent: Why don't you look where you're going?

Other Gent: Why don't you go where you're looking?

No Signature

H Garner (Logo back)

 

[Logo back version 191 seen]

31 Jan 1911

[1910]

The Pleasures of Cycling

Pneumatic-Tyred

Signed "F S"

FS Comic Series

SB: Printed in Germany

Writing Space

 

London View Co. Ltd.

FS Comic Series

Writing Space

15 November 1907

Unseen

On a cycling tour    

The Pleasures of Cycling

Giving lessons is very exhilarating

No Signature

[Not listed as F S]

E.L.P.Co.  
       

The Pleasures of Motoring

The Motorist's Trials

Are these also by "F S" ?

The Pleasures of Motoring

Take your photo as you are for a shilling

E.L.P.Co.   16 May 1913

 

The Pleasures of Motoring

Motor cars may be alright but they can't find their way home

E.L.P.Co.

The Pleasures of Motoring

Oh baby! Look at the diver

H G L

26 August 1909

Possibly all by Donald McGill?  

The Motorist's Trials

A low plebian absolutely forces him to stop  Signed Donald McGill

The Regent Comic Series No 927

20 December 1907

The Motorist's Trials

The soiling of his nice clean car with nasty middle class blood

 Signed Donald McGill

E S London No 3042

 

The Motorist's Trials

The coarse language of the nasty middle class

 Signed Donald McGill

E S London No 3043

 

The Motorist's Trials

We were blocked on the road

E.L.P.Co.

The Motorist's Trials

And he went

E.L.P.Co.

The Motorist's Trials

Come back, come back! and I'll have your Sparking Plug

E.L.P.Co.   25 October 1911

 

The Motorist's Trials

Lumme Don't it hum

E.L.P.Co.

The Motorist's Trials

Have risen greatly since I saw you last

E.L.P.Co.