1956 Commer Superpoise B Series Truck


1956 Commer Superpoise B Series
Print area size 16 x 16 inches square = 41 x 41 cm square.


Limited Edition Print Run Of: 100

1956 Commer Superpoise B Series Truck

Print area size 16 x 16 inches square = 41 x 41 cm square, with an additional @ 2 inch = 5cm border around Print for mounting and framing. Full print with borders 20 x 20 inches = 51 x 51 cm.

This image has been captured on kodak T-max 400, 120 film, using a Yashica Mat 124G TLR (Twin lens Reflex) 6X6 medium format analog camera.


Commer Superpoise B Series truck 16x16 inch Print

All prints are ultimate professional archival prints; All our prints are produced on genuine ILFORD Black and White silver gelatin RC (resin coated) photographic paper, the paper is essentially encapsulated in a plastic envelope and the emulsion stuck on the outside of the resin. Being true silver gelatin emulsion. Prints have a consistent and neutral image tone (no colour cast). Ilford Black and White Silver Gelatin RC photographic Paper offers fine tonal benefits including strong blacks and subtle highlight detail and bright white base for stunning black and white photographs, and with superb quality and robustness.

Additional information about the Vintage 1956 Commer Superpoise B Series Truck:

Commer was a British manufacturer of commercial vehicles from 1905 until 1979. Commer vehicles included car-derived vans, light vans, medium to heavy commercial trucks, military vehicles and buses. The company designed and built its own diesel engines for its heavy commercial vehicles.

The Commer Superpoise range was introduced in 1939 with both semi-forward and full-forward control options. The line included trucks of 1½ to 6 tons capacity powered by 6-cylinder petrol or diesel engines. A new Superpoise range with payloads of between 2 and 5 tons was introduced in 1955.

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Brian Povlsen