The Observer magazine - Bringing Home The Great Britain cover (21 June 1970)
The Observer magazine - Bringing Home The Great Britain cover (21 June 1970) Fair to good condition - there is some foxing to edges of front cover - yellowing to page edges - bottom staple is missing from magazine (error when produced)
THE GLORY THAT WAS THE GREAT BRITAIN - The SS Great Britain (Brunel's historic steamship) sets out on the 7,000-mile journey back to this country. Our picture-report tells of the Great Britain's last epic voyage
Seven and a half pages
CLAES OLDENBURG - We preview an exhibition of 'the poppest of all pop artists'
JEROME BRUNER - Barry Turner chats to Jerome Bruner (the American innovator)
Three and a half pages
FASHION - The comeback of man-made fibres for men (report by John Fairley)
(Clothes chosen by David Harvey. Photos: Roger Stowell)
Five page men's fashion
Full-page advertisement pages:
- White Horse ('You can take a White Horse anywhere') [lady in bath with white horse in background]
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