Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.
Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.

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Pig Policeman and Adolf Hitler. Two models created by the sculptor, Edwin Belchamber, as featured in Oz magazine, May and July 1971.

Both models made from Das modelling clay and painted. Each figure stands approximately eleven inches tall and is mounted on a two inch plinth.


The Pig Policeman adorned the front cover of Oz #35 (May 1971), in which his right trotter appears to be holding up a copy of the Oz School kids issue in anticipation of the imminent Obscenity Trial at the Old Bailey. His left trotter originally wielded a vicious spiked baton, though both the trotter and the weapon are now missing. He also appears on page seven of the magazine, appearing to hold up a photobooth image of Lee Heater.


The Hitler model features in the following issue (#36, July 1971), accompanying an article by 'Ned Ludd' on British justice as an agent of repression. In the original model Hitler's Nazi salute is replaced by a two-fingered peace sign, as seen in the illustration on page 23, though this arm has since broken off, a fragment of which remains, but unattached.


Two unique and rarely seen relics of countercultural satire. Provenance: Richard Adams.

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