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Between the late 19th century and the early 20th century, the way people traveled changed radically: from the age of exploration and grand voyages to mass tourism. Travelers no longer moved the same way and this change is beautifully represented in the art of travel posters.

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  1. Original Vintage French Travel Poster "Port De Guerre - Toulon Antoine" by Calbet ca. 1920
  2. Original Vintage Small Italian Traveling Poster "Transatlantica Italiana" ca. 1920
  3. Original Vintage French Travel Poster for "SAINT AUBIN SUR MER CALVADOS" by GALLAND
  4. Original Vintage Austrian Travel Poster for "CARINZIA" Ski Resort 1980's
  5. Original Vintage French Travel Poster Advertising "Grasse - Cote d'Azure" 1970's

    Original Vintage French Travel Poster Advertising "Grasse - Cote d'Azure" 1970's

    $499.99

    A beautiful French travel poster realized in the 1970's to advertise the Grasse, a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department (of which it is a sub-prefecture), on the French Riviera. The town is considered the world's capital of perfume.[1] It obtained two flowers in the Concours des villes et villages fleuris contest [2] and was made "Ville d'Art et d'Histoire" (town of art and history). (Wiki) As the slogan says: "City of calm, of flowers, and of perfume". Learn More
  6. Original Vintage French Travel Poster Advertising "Chemins de Fer" by Grün 1901
  7. Original Vintage French Poster Advertising "Enghien les Bains" by R. Tournon
  8. Original Vintage French Poster Advertising "Pont-Aven" by Georges Meunier
  9. Original Vintage British Poster for "Southern Railway - Sands Across the Sea"
  10. Original Vintage French Travel Poster for "Paray Le Monial" by F. Hugo D'Alesi

    Original Vintage French Travel Poster for "Paray Le Monial" by F. Hugo D'Alesi

    $699.99

    Paray le Monial is a small town in Burgundy famous for its 12th century church and its pilgrimages which draw over 300,000 visitors every year. This poster was commissioned by the PLM (Paris Lyon Méditteranée) railways. Learn More

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