World War One Centenary Products

August 5th, 2014

At 11pm, On August 4th 1914, Britain declared war on Germany.

You will have seen a great deal of coverage on the First World War already this year, and this will continue throughout the next four years, as we remember all that happened from 1914 – 1918


Star Editions Ltd launched a wonderful Imperial War Museums collection of gift products earlier this year, to coincide with the centenary. We have a beautiful selection of old war posters from both WW1 and WW2. The posters were originally used in the war to encourage men to sign up, and to encourage people to support the war effort. These propaganda posters are becoming hugely popular this year, and their popularity will continue to grow as the centenary gains more media coverage.

Each image we have is available in all our products, from a poster, mug or magnet, to a mounted and framed giclee art print or stretched canvas. We have a product to fit every type of shop and every budget.



Just click here to see the whole collection. If you’re not already registered on our website,click here to register and you will be able to place an order immediately.

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D-Day 70 year anniversary

June 6th, 2014
Let us go forward- Winston Churchill WW2 Poster

Let us go forward together- Winston Churchill WW2 Poster

70 years ago today, British, US and Canadian soldiers stepped bravely onto the beaches of Normandy, Northern France. This was the first stage of ‘Operation Overlord’, the invasion of Nazi occupied Europe, and the start of what was the eventual end of the harrowing Second World War.


Brave soldiers some even younger than 18, as it was common for boys to lie about their age as they wanted to support their fathers, brothers, uncles and cousins and fight for their country, got out of  boats and stepped foot onto the beaches. Many knew they may never see home again, but had no choice but to be brave and carry on. As many as 4,413 allied troops died on the day of the invasion. Within 11 months of D-Day, Nazi Germany was defeated.


Today around 650 remaining British veterans, now in their late 80’s and 90’s visit Normandy to remember and take part in the remembrance ceremony.


You may have seen our previous posts about our WW1 posters, but in this collection of Imperial War Museum images we have plenty of WW2 posters, encouraging people to support the war effort. These prints and gift products are selling fantastically well, especially with this year being the centenary of the beginning of the First World War. Have a look through the whole range and stock your shop with these wonderful gifts.

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