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  1. Original Vintage French Children Poster for "Ivette" Rolling Cigrarette Paper by Oge ca. 1900
  2. Original Vintage French  Children Poster for "Universels Lyon" by Oge ca. 1903
  3. Original Vintage French OVERSIZE 2 PARTS Poster for "Chocolat de la Cie. Francaise" ca. 1900
  4. Original Vintage French OVERSIZE 2 PARTS Poster for "Chocolat Delespaul-Havez" ca. 1900
  5. Original Vintage French OVERSIZE Poster for "Chocolat Carpentier" by H. Gerbault ca. 1895
  6. Original Vintage French OVERSIZE 2 PARTS Poster for "Chocolat Poulain" by H. Gerbault ca. 1900
  7. Original Vintage French Children Poster BEFORE LETTERS by Oge ca. 1900
  8. Original Vintage French Children BEFORE LETTERS Poster by Oge ca. 1895
  9. Original Vintage French Children & Cats BEFORE LETTERS Poster by OGE 1917

    Original Vintage French Children & Cats BEFORE LETTERS Poster by OGE 1917

    $2,199.99

    A charming BEFORE LETTERS poster, realized by Oge in 1917. It combines two of the most loves subject matters: Children and cats. A little girl is depicted here, holding a magicians hat. Two adorable kittens are popping out from the hat and eager to play with her, while their mother is watching with anticipation. Oge used very strong shadows as a contrast to the bright background. This poster is featured in the book "Eugène Ogé Affichiste" (1998) on p. 244. 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 French Children Poster for "Carenoutur" Suc de Reglisse by Oge

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

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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

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