PRIME MINISTER HAROLD WILSON (GREAT BRITAIN) - MAGAZINE COVER UNSIGNED - HFSID 261161
Sale Price $22.50
Unsigned cover of "Time" magazine that features a reproduction of a portrait of the British Prime Minister.
Magazine Cover, unsigned. Color, 7¼x10. Cover of the April 30, 1965 issue of "Time" magazine. Captioned on cover (that depicts a portrait of Wilson): "The Surprising Socialist" and "Britain's Harold Wilson". James Harold Wilson (1916-1995) was British Prime Minister from 1964-1970 and 1974-1976. Wilson, who entered Parliament in 1945, became a member of the Cabinet as President of the Board of Trade (1947-1951). During the 1950s, he was the Labour Party's spokesman for foreign affairs and finance, although his terms as Prime Minister were hampered by financial woes. In 1983, Wilson was made a life peer by Queen Elizabeth II and entered the House of Lords. Lightly creased with fold, mid-horizontal fold at facial image. Margins have been trimmed away. Photo corner at lower left corner, minor paper loss from removal of address label at lower right. Overall, fine condition.
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