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  1. French Chocolate Advertising Poster for "CACAO VAN HOUTEN" 1920's
  2. Original French Poster Advertising "Cacao Arnaud" ca. 1920

    Original French Poster Advertising "Cacao Arnaud" ca. 1920

    $2,699.99

    This young lady sitting on a moon crescent is toasting the Arnaud Cocoa, a recipient of medals at world fairs Learn More
  3. Original Vintage French Poster for the Cacao drink "Maggi" by Firmin Bouisset

    Original Vintage French Poster for the Cacao drink "Maggi" by Firmin Bouisset

    $2,299.99

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    We have here a vintage French advertising art poster for a Cocoa flavored drink produced in France. It is entitled ' Maggi' and features a girl with a hot, steaming cup of Maggi cocoa. This beautiful Poster was realized at the turn of the century by Firmin Bouisset (1859-1925). At a time when posters were a popular form of advertising, Bouisset created posters with enduring images for a number of different food companies such as Maggi and Lefèvre-Utile. Firmin Bouisset is probably most famous for his posters for the French chocolate manufacturer, Menier, featuring his daughter Yvonne, as the enduring little chocolate girl. Learn More
  4. Original Vintage French Poster for the Cacao drink "Maggi" by Firmin Bouisset
  5. Original Vintage German Poster Advertising "Volg Kaffee" Coffee 1950's
  6. Original Vintage American Poster for "Orelia" Orangina Drink 1980's-90's

    Original Vintage American Poster for "Orelia" Orangina Drink 1980's-90's

    $149.99

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    A beautiful advertising lithograph for the famous soft drink "Orangina", previously known in the United States as "Orelia", when it was launched there in 1978. Being originated in France, the poster features the Eiffel Tower and sets a Parisian cafe atmosphere. Orangina is a carbonated citrus beverage made from orange, lemon, mandarin, and grapefruit juices and containing orange pulp. The concept of Orangina originated at a trade fair in France and was first marketed in Algeria by the French Algerian Léon Beton. It is a popular beverage in Europe and to a much lesser extent in North America. (Wiki) Learn More
  7. Original Vintage French Poster for "Verigoud" Soft Drink by Savignac 1957

    Original Vintage French Poster for "Verigoud" Soft Drink by Savignac 1957

    $3,800.00

    A beautiful poster realized by Savignac in 1957, to advertise the soft drink "Verigoud". The red boy with the green hat became an iconic iamge of that brand, and could be seen in several advertisements by Savignac. Raymond Savignac, often just abbreviated to "Savignac", was a French graphic artist famous for his commercial posters. He was born on November 6, 1907 in Paris, and died on October 31, 2002 in Trouville-sur-Mer (Calvados), aged 94. His work is distinguished by a humorous simplicity. This poster appears on page 144 in "Savignac Posters" Book published by Forney. Learn More
  8. Original Vintage French Poster  "Verigoud" Soft Drink by Savignac 1955

    Original Vintage French Poster "Verigoud" Soft Drink by Savignac 1955

    $2,199.99

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    A beautiful poster realized by Savignac in 1955, to advertise the soft drink "Verigoud". The red boy with the green hat became an iconic iamge of that brand, and could be seen in several advertisements by Savignac. Raymond Savignac, often just abbreviated to "Savignac", was a French graphic artist famous for his commercial posters. He was born on November 6, 1907 in Paris, and died on October 31, 2002 in Trouville-sur-Mer (Calvados), aged 94. His work is distinguished by a humorous simplicity. This poster appears on page 145 in "Savignac Posters" Book published by Forney. Learn More
  9. Original Vintage French Poster for "Brasserie Schneider" by A. Quendray 1920's
  10. Original Vintage French Art Deco Poster for "Source Parot" by Favre ca. 1930

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