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  1. Original Vintage French War Propaganda Poster "Timbres des Orphelins de Guerre" by El Branly 1927
  2. Original Vintage Chinese Poster
  3. Original Vintage French Poster for "Dentifrices du Docteur Peterson" by Oge 1897

    Original Vintage French Poster for "Dentifrices du Docteur Peterson" by Oge 1897

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    A charming poster, realized by Oge in 1897, to advertise the toothpaste for children brand "Docteur Peterson". A child is depicted here selling the various products by that company. The slogan says: "the toothpastes of Doctor Peterson are the best and the less expansive". It's hard to compete with that! This poster is featured in the book "Eugène Ogé Affichiste" (1998) on p. 154. 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
  4. Original Vintage Poster "Each of us Has his Own.." Snoopy Schulz
  5. Orginal Vintage French Children Maquette "Semaine Nationale de l'Enfance"
  6. Original Vintage French Advertising Poster "Chocolate Poulain" ca. 1900
  7. Original Vintage Swiss Poster for "Toblerone" Chocolate by Christa Furrer 1960
  8. Original Vintage Italian Poster for "Chlorodont" Tooth Paste by BOCASSILE 1950's

    Original Vintage Italian Poster for "Chlorodont" Tooth Paste by BOCASSILE 1950's

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    A charming poster realized in the 1950's by the acclaimed artist Boccasile, in order to advertise "Cholorodont" tooth paste. The adorable baby boy symbolizes the clealiness that this tooth paste provides. Gino Boccasile was an Italian illustrator. Born in Bari, Boccasile was the son of a perfumer. Early in his youth he lost his left eye, when a drop of quicklime fell into it while he drank from a fountain. Nonetheless, he showed a precocious aptitude for design and completed studies at the fine art school of his home town. Learn More

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