House of Lords GinLSM012Po
American advert for Booth's gin. Booth's Gin is said to have been a favourite with British Royalty and even carried the Royal Warrant for some time. It's also said to be a favourite of writer Kingsley Amis, who liked a Pink Gin, we recommend the drink and the print to any legal soul in need for inspiration.
Read below:When Felix Leiter and James Bond meet in the King Cole Bar at the St Regis in Live and Let Dieprior to heading out to Harlem, they have martinis while making plans for the night.Leiter ordered medium-dry Martinis with a slice of lemon peel. He stipulated House of Lords gin and Martini Rossi. The American gin, a much higher proof than English gin, tasted harsh to Bond. He reflected that he would have to be careful what he drank that evening.
House of Lords gin was a brand put out by Booth’s Gin, which was founded around 1740 – in London.
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|Dimensions (In Inches) :||18" x 14"|
|Medium/Material :||Glossy Matt paper of 100-150 gsm|
|Framing Suggestions :||A white mount of 2"-4" and a thick black/brown wooden frame|
|Artist/Brand :||Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.|