Original vintage World War Two propaganda poster: If this man... does not keep his eyes skinned - you may lose 6,000 tons of sugar... Merchant Navy Comforts Service National Appeal Headquarters. Dynamic industrial design depicting a sailor standing at the top of a ship's mast looking out at the sea with binoculars against a starry night sky, the text is printed above and below in stylised red, white and black letters with an arrow pointing to the man. On the back of the poster there are some instructions and tips of how to put this poster to maximum use: "Posters, like people, have to do twice as much in war time. Posters cost money, time, ink, labour and paper - so please put this poster to maximum use. Here are four tips on how to make this poster do 100% job for the Merchant Navy Comforts Service..." Printed by McQuordale &Co. Ltd. London. Fair condition, water stains on left hand side, minor tears and faint creases in margins. Country: UK, year: 1940s, artist: Varnon, size (cm): 76.5x51.