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
Nice vintage poster for the Moore & Burgess Minstrels. Titled 'The 9th Battallion on Parade'. This is a great black memorabilia poster with a detailed illustration of a band member,possibly military. Learn More
French poster shows aerialist Fontaine, labeled one of "le h?ros du Niagara" in three views: a small bust portait, roller skating on a high wire, and walking on stilts on a high wire suspended by a balloon. TITLE: Folies-Bergre travail merveilleux sur le fil de fer par Fontaine. Poster dates to between 1870 and 1890. Learn More
<p>This is a nice vintage advertising poster for the Vitascope, a movie film projector produced and marketed by Thomas Edison's company. The actual Vitascope was invented by Thomas Armat and C. Francis Jenkins. The Vitascope's first theatrical exhibition was on April 23, 1896, at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York City.</p> Learn More
This vintage illustrated poster depicts the Battle of Fort Wagner in South Carolina during the Civil War. The Battle of Fort Wagner, Morris Island, also known as the Second Assault on Morris Island, was fought on July 18, 1863, during the American Civil War. Learn More
This is a vintage illustrated advertising poster for Globe Tobacco Company. Advertisement for Globe Tobacco Co. Gold Flake Cut Plug chewing tobacco, showing a young woman lounging as a dog wearing glasses smokes a pipe. On the table are a box and a tin of Gold Flake Cut Plug chewing tobacco. Poster dates to 1885. Learn More
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