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  1. Original Vintage French Children Poster for "Carenoutur" Suc de Reglisse by Oge

    Original Vintage French Children Poster for "Carenoutur" Suc de Reglisse by Oge

    $1,699.99

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    A charming poster, realized by Oge in 1900 to advertise the Reglisse candy - "Carenoutur". Apparently, it is much softer and easy to break and chew than the other brands, as demonstrated by the children. This poster is featured in the book "Eugène Ogé Affichiste" (1998) on p. 150. Eugène Ogé (1861-1936) was a French poster artist with a unique and playful style. In 1902. he produced one of the best-known anticlerical images of its period La Lanterne. He also made a large number of commercial posters for products. (Wiki) Learn More
  2. Original Vintage French Poster for "Crepes a Denteslles" by R. Dansler 1930's

    Original Vintage French Poster for "Crepes a Denteslles" by R. Dansler 1930's

    $399.99

    The Crêpes à Dentelles (literally lace crepes) are a specialty of the city of Quimper in Brittany. The recipe was invented in Quimper in 1886 by a Katell Cornic who transmitted her fabrication secret to Madame Tanguy who in turn created “Les délicieuses”. Learn More
  3. Italian Poster for The Famous Venetian Biscotti "BAICOLI"
  4. Original Vintage French Poster Les vapeurs 2000 by Savignac
  5. Original Vintage Italian Poster "Idriz powder" ca. 1950
  6. Original French Vintage Poster “la petite Sophie” L'Alsacienne by Hervé Morvan
  7. Original Vintage German Poster "See Restaurant Starnberg" ca. 1925.
  8. Original Vintage French Candy Ad Postrer Daranatz Frères by M. Auzolle ca. 1900
  9.   Vintage Italian Advertising Poster  LORETI Cheese ROMA VIA COLA DI RIENZO
  10. SPECIAL OF THE MONTH - "LU LU" by D'apres Firmin Bouisset - 10 Copies Available!

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