A trio of interesting British scarves have come my way.
The 'changing of the guards' is very fine wool and not in the greatest shape. I have no idea how old it is. When was the printed photographic process on fabric first around? The colour goes right the way through and there is colour seepage. My guess is the 20's given the cloche hats, and I do not think the English would have used such a Germanic font after the war.
Now this pictoral crepe scarf most likely comes from about 1945 - 50. Could be a souvenir or just a patriotic statement. Poems and speeches about England abound.
One to add to my Liberty collection (actually I have had it a while) Love the soft celadon green and eau de nil.