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  1. RARE - Original Vintage French Poster "L'Auto-Touriste" by Grun  - Before 1901
  2. Vintage LATE PRINT Poster for 25th Grand Prix de Monaco Race by Turner 1967
  3. Vintage LATE PRINT Poster 24th Grand Prix de Monaco Race by Turner 1966
  4. Vintage LATE PRINT Poster for 23rd Grand Prix de Monaco Race by Turner 1965
  5. REPRINT Vintage French Art Deco Poster Advertising "LAFFLY" Trucks by Roggero

    REPRINT Vintage French Art Deco Poster Advertising "LAFFLY" Trucks by Roggero

    $399.99

    A marvelous Art Deco REPRINT poster which was realized after the famous poster by Roggero from the 1930's. Laffly was a French manufacturer of trucks and utility vehicles which was founded in 1849 and remained in business until the early 1950s. The company was best known for their firetrucks, but also produced a range of military vehicles in the decade that proceeded the Second World War. In this poster, Laffly is advertising the speed and effectiveness of their trucks - le "rapide des camions" (the fast trucks) is definately an appropriate mention for something that drives faster than trains! (Wiki) Learn More
  6. Original Vintage French Poster Advertising "SNCF" by Savignac 1972

    Original Vintage French Poster Advertising "SNCF" by Savignac 1972

    $879.99

    A beautiful poster realized by Savignac in 1972, to advertise the "National society of French railways", aka "SNCF". The steward depicted here, is watching the man below him as he sleeps instead of driving. The steward says: "I want you to get some rest". SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français; "National society of French railways" or "French National Railway Company") is France's national state-owned railway company and manages the rail traffic in France and the Principality of Monaco. SNCF operates the country's national rail services, including the TGV, France's high-speed rail network. Its functions include operation of railway services for passengers and freight, and maintenance and signalling of rail infrastructure owned by Réseau Ferré de France (RFF). 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 484 in "Savignac Posters" Book published by Forney. Learn More
  7. Original Vintage French Poster for "Citroen Anti-Stop" Cars by Savignac 1980's

    Original Vintage French Poster for "Citroen Anti-Stop" Cars by Savignac 1980's

    $399.99

    An adorable poster realized by Savignac in the 1980's, to advertise the famous French automobile company - Citroen. The message here is that nothing stops the car, and Savignac so cleverly transformed the company's logo into a giant umbrella that covers the car from the rain. 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. Learn More
  8. Original American Poster for "Dodge Challenger" New York Auto Show 1990's

    Original American Poster for "Dodge Challenger" New York Auto Show 1990's

    $399.99

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    3 COPIES AVAILABLE!!! A whimsical advertising poster for the New York International Auto Show, featuring "Dodge Challenger". King Kong is also featured here, having a heard time choosing who to save - The Dodge or the pretty lady. THE POSTER IS ON PAPER ONLY! The New York International Auto Show is an annual auto show that is held in Manhattan in late March or early April. It is held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. It usually opens on or just before Easter weekend and closes on the first Sunday after Easter. In 2014 the NYIAS will take place from April 18 through April 27.[1] The show has been held annually since 1900.[2] The show was held at the New York Coliseum from 1956 to 1987 when the show moved to the Javits Center.[3] Before the show opens every year, several auto companies debut new production and concept vehicles for the press. In addition, the Greater New York Auto Dealers Association (GNYADA) and the International Motor Press Association (IMPA) host corporate meetings and events. Learn More
  9. Original Vintage French Poster "American Cycles Snell" Oge ca. 1900

    Original Vintage French Poster "American Cycles Snell" Oge ca. 1900

    $1,899.99

    A beautiful poster, realized by Oge ca. 1900, to advertise the American bicycle brand "Snell". An American-looking gentleman is riding his shiny new bicycle while smoking a cigar and mocking the French chauffeur, who is no longer in need. 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
  10. Original Vintage Italian Poster for "La Marque Georges Richards" by PAL ca.1900

    Original Vintage Italian Poster for "La Marque Georges Richards" by PAL ca.1900

    $1,299.99

    Marvelous poster realized by Pal (Jean de Paléologue) at the turn of the century, advertising "La Marque Georges Richards" a brand the manufacture cars and bicycles as the slogan says. Jean de Paleologu (or Paleologue) (1855 – 24 November 1942) was a Romanian poster artist, painter, and illustrator, who often used Pal or PAL as his signature or logo and was active in France and the United States. Born Jean de Paleologu in Bucharest, he trained in England, then returned to Romania and attended a military academy, before visiting London again several times and moving to Paris more permanently.[2] He left Paris for the United States in 1900.[3] Paleologu illustrated Petits poèmes russes (Small Russian Poems) by Catulle Mendès, which was published by Charpentier in 1893. His work also appeared in many periodicals, including Vanity Fair, Strand Magazine, New York Herald Tribune, Plume, Rire, Cocorico, Froufrou, Sans-Gêne, and Vie en Rose.[4] He also painted some portraits of comedians and music-hall performers and created some poster advertisements for cycling.[2] (Wiki) Learn More

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