This vintage liquor advertising poster shows an illustration of an angel holding up a port wine between 2 people. Caption: Porto Ramos-Pinto, Adrianao Ramos Pinto & Irmao. Poster has no date so I could only assume that it dates to the 1920s or 30s. Learn More
This is a vintage illustrated poster celebrating the Statue of Liberty. Caption continues: The colossal statue by Bartholid. Presented by the French People to America. As it will appear on its pedestal on Bedloes Island in New York Harbor. Poster dates to 1884. Learn More
Poster displays people, train, automobile, trolley, and truck at railroad station, with airplanes and ship in background, in front of large globe; with insert of people working in communications office. Nice illustration of various transporation methods at the turn of the 20th century. Poster dates to 1910. Learn More
This is a vintage illustrated advertising poster about the Declaration of Independence and how it relates to the freeing of slaves. An idealistic call for emancipation of the slaves. Poster to dates to 1861. Learn More
This is a vintage illustrated advertising poster for State Line. Ship "State of Nebraska" and sailboat on water, with inserts of a dining room, and people on deck of ship. Poster dates to 1889. Learn More
This is a nice illustrated travel poster for Pan American Airlines encouraging people to visit the state of Alaska. Illustration shows a Pan American clipper airplane flying through scenic Alaska. This vintage travel poster dates around 1950. Learn More
Vintage 1922 Cachou Lajaunie advertising poster. This is a French product that was developed in 1880 by a pharmacist who wanted to help people gain a sense of fresh breath and health. The licorice squares are very small, approximately 1/8 inch x 1/8 inch, and they are sold in a bright yellow tin, approximately the size of a half dollar. Very small intense licorice Lajaunie Reglisse. Learn More
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