Many readers of Shoot magazine will remember David Rowe, whose works were often featured into the 1970s.
These nine cartoons are all genuine originals from the mid 1950s, with some corrections clearly visible by the artist.
They include Preston’s Joe Marston, the first Australian to play in an FA Cup final, when Preston beat West Brom in 1954 at Wembley.
David Rowe began drawing the long-running “Playboy” series for the Daily Mirror newspaper back in 1962, for whom he also created “Nobby”. Rowe remained with The Daily Mirror until 1986. He continued to work as a freelance cartoonist until his retirement in 1994. Rowe sadly died from leukemia in October 2004.