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Murder on the Leyton Orient Express

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Murder on the Leyton Orient Express

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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A vividly coloured retro book cover acknowledging Christie`s work and the Mighty `O`s.

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A combination of Agatha Christie 1934 novel and The Mighty “O”s from Brisbane Road gives the title to this vividly coloured print.

Colourful and designed in a classic retro book style.

Ideal for an fan of the “O”s.

Please note that all watermarks, paper clips and clipped areas are removed from the posted print.

A3, the print comes on 250gsm paper and posted in a tube this print is ideal for framing which really enhances the colours of the print. Alternatively it looks great just pinned on the wall.

Priced at £18 this includes postage to anywhere in the world.

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A2 Print, A3 Print

2 reviews for Murder on the Leyton Orient Express

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Got this for my brother having seen it on an Orient website. Very colourful and funny he has already hung it up.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Not much on the scene for the Orient so jumped at this when I saw it. Nicely presented in quite rich colours and on good paper. Hope the Orient tube map is next!

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